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Old 28-10-09, 08:42 AM   #1
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Using Osram Nightbreakers (18 pair) myself , looking for something as good but cheaper any ideas? Philips extreme are getting good reviews but are expensive (30ish) ,

p.s something that lasts in a Peugeot (which could be hard)
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I switched to the Nightbreakers last summer. They're much better than the OEM bulbs fitted, but about twice the price. The first headlight bulb has just popped, after about five-six months. Which isn't bad, as the OEM ones (either Osram or Philips, I can't remember) seemed to die every three months or so.
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Old 29-01-10, 07:14 PM   #3
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I use Osram Ballbreakers - excellent performers, legal, and no more expensive than bulbs from the dealers if you trawl the interweb. Ballbreakers defeated all comers in a test of legal bulbs in Performance Car(?) recently, and have the added advantage of a very silly name for me to misuse for my amusement!
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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/OSRAM-NIGHTBRE...item3ca8f164b9
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Halfords Ultra Blue Range are great, give a good blue light. 3.99 for sidelights which Ive got, getting dipped and main soon but they are quite dear.
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Thought coloured was illegal ?
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Laser blue range is legal, ultra blue is illegal but dont really care. You'd need to meet a very awkward policeman to get a fine.
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Watch out for Chopper then
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I fitted Halfords Ultra Blue bulbs on my car and I would say they just looks amazing on my car and the light they produced is quite soft.It is worth to buy this bulb.
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Yep, they're very good, I picked up two brand new ones on ebay, hoping to see a halfords dipped set soon as 17.99 each in halfords is a bit dear.
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