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Hikari LED headlight bulbs up to 40%

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The "ULTRA" LED headlight bulbs are very bright based on my experience. Have not used the non "ULTRA" versions.

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1. Change shipping to use an amazon shipping box, not, the original box. Otherwise the original box is not sealed and contents can easily be stolen.

2. Should be able to use promo code BULBFACT to take another 10% off.
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I bought H11 from this shop, so far so good, recommend
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I went with the non-ultra H11. For $23.53 for the pair they should suit my needs nicely and the price is incredible. Thanks OP!
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Can you tell the difference between ultra and non-ultra?
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I've had a pair of H11 from Hikari since April 2019. Great headlights. Finally going to pick up the high beam and day time running versions.
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be careful with LED headlights. the reflector design / housing is critical since these don't put off Omnidirectional light.
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Can this be used to replace halogen on a Mazda 6 touring 2017 ? Any inputs ?
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LEDs in a non projector headlight just spill light everywhere and will be worse than a halogen bulb.
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I have a set of Hikaris in my Mazda 3 filling the fog light spots. I've been very pleased in the 1.5 years I've had them. Much brighter than the halogens they replaced. And the color temperature matches the headlights.
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I've got these installed on both my cars. I really like them even after paying $80+ for them.
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be careful with LED headlights. the reflector design / housing is critical since these don't put off Omnidirectional light.
Project type headlight housing works the best, i have a wrangler and these won't suit my needs as i will be blinding every driver in the other direction. Maybe I should put them in my fog lights.
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I actually switched out the halogen bulbs in my 2011 Camry (non-ultra) and was so happy that I did the ones in 2 of my other cars and happy with them. I may try the ultra with this deal and return the others if there is a significant difference.
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Please don't put these in reflectors.......
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Isn't this going to blind other drivers if you put it in a halogen housing? The description says it won't, but just wanted real life experience.
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These work better than the popular Opt7 LEDs.. but definitely work not nearly as good as HIDs.

If you're on a budget and want instant light but at less lumens these will do the trick.. but if you're going for max lumen output stick to HIDs.

Also as others said.. DO NOT PUT THESE OR HIDs IN REFLECTOR HOUSINGS.
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