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Amazon has the following coupons for Philips Headlight Bulbs for those who missed out the recent Newegg deals Smilie

Philips CrystalVision Ultra Upgrade-$6 Coupon

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Philips 9005 Vision Upgrade Headlight Bulb -$3 Coupon

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Didn't the ones from newegg deal turn out to be fakes?
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RockAuto is $4.98 before S&H and 5% discount code for a single Philips Vision 9005 (9005PR) high beam bulb. Amazon is less than $11 shipped including tax for a pair so .. in for one Amazon deal as spares for the Hondas.

Edit: RockAuto is $4.70 for a single Phillips Vision 9006 low beam bulb (9006PR) before S&H and 5% discount. Amazon is $14.43 for a pair before $3 coupon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00P2D4BPK/.

Thanks for posting, OP.
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Really? I ordered 2 sets and haven't got them yet.
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Didn't the ones from newegg deal turn out to be fakes?
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Really? I ordered 2 sets and haven't got them yet.
I just got mine, how do you tell if they are fakes?
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i've bought the H7 of these several times and they seem to burn out in less than 6 months. I just had a bulb go out. Wondering if they are really much better than the 10 pack for $9.99 I can get on Ebay?
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can anyone tell me the difference between 9003 bulb and h11 bulb? one of my headlights just went out and idk which one I'm suppose to buy. have a 2012 honda crv
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i've bought the H7 of these several times and they seem to burn out in less than 6 months. I just had a bulb go out. Wondering if they are really much better than the 10 pack for $9.99 I can get on Ebay?

The main way quality bulbs work is by having a finer, more precise filament. This gives more controlled light output and means more light is reflected where you want and less where you don't. It also means the filaments are more delicate and do not last as long. A common bulb might be rated at 500 hours of use. A fine filament bulb is typically half that or less. It's an unfortunate trade-off, especially given the high cost of quality bulbs.
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I read that 9006 and 9012 are the same, but I'm not entirely clear on the difference. Can anyone comment?
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i've bought the H7 of these several times and they seem to burn out in less than 6 months. I just had a bulb go out. Wondering if they are really much better than the 10 pack for $9.99 I can get on Ebay?
i just replaced the h7's in our hyundai with led bulbs. the pair was 37 bucks. they are plug n play, and REALLY bright. i have used phillips before, and a lot of others, and none of them are even close. the only problem was that the led bulbs have a tiny fan on the back for cooling, and i had to modify the dust covers, which took about an hour with a dremel. the led bulbs will go like 50000 hrs. i used to drive with the fogs on also, but now the led's put out way more light than the fogs and mains combined. times 2, or 3. i can see every reflector out there now, on telephone poles, center line, mailboxes, cows, whatever. the right side of the road is now really lit up. the cutoff is sharp, i was afraid that the lights would irritate oncoming traffic, but i have yet to be flashed, and i have had the led's for several months now. i dont think there are led's for drl yet, but for normal low beams, they are awesome.
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I read that 9006 and 9012 are the same, but I'm not entirely clear on the difference. Can anyone comment?

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can anyone tell me the difference between 9003 bulb and h11 bulb? one of my headlights just went out and idk which one I'm suppose to buy. have a 2012 honda crv


Checkout this link for Honda...You can search the site for other vehicles as well Smilie

http://www.lightbulbs4cars.com/ho...lb%20guide
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Great.

Now you're like every other asshat out there with illegally bright headlights that blind on coming drivers.
under 4000 lumens is legal everywhere
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