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    Default Osram Night Breaker Bulbs


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    Dont waste your cash on them m8, I bought them, utter rubbish.....get a set of HID's, far far better

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    Plus they'll be done in a few months as well!

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    good bulbs imo and the new ones last a lot longer. defo more light output

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    Quote Originally Posted by fingers66 View Post
    Dont waste your cash on them m8, I bought them, utter rubbish.....get a set of HID's, far far better


    i had the nightbreakers in the headlights until monday, when i fitted a hid kit from hids direct. replaced the nearside headlight bulb with the hid, checked it was working ok & compared it to the offside headlight. seriously, it looked like i had a tea light in the one i hadnt replaced!

    honestly, save up, plus use the 10% discount with HIDS Direct, putting Vec-c in the promotional code box when you go to the checkout, you will not be disappointed!

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    They were a massive improvement on the standard bulbs and I had them in my dipped and main. I have since changed the dipped to HID's but the Nightbreaker's are still in my main beam. If you cant afford HID's I highly recommend Osram Nightbreaker bulbs.

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    i purchased nightbreakers for my fogs, complete and utter rubbish.

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    Nightbreakers are better than the standard bulbs, I had them in for a week or so (now in the main beam). But that's not hard as the standard bulbs are dreadful.

    Go for HIDs, 55w, 4300k. Get someone to program your UEC module to tell it that it has Xenons fitted if you get any warning messages etc. I promise you won't regret it.

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    I have them on my dipped beam more than a year now, far better than the standard bulb and still working. I know the lifespan is not as good as the standard bulb that's why I used it for dipped beam. How often you use your dipped beam? I have Phillip Diamond Vision for my main beam. I can't complain for what I paid compared to HID. Next I will try PIAA intense white for my main beam.

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    55w from hid direct is only £54 delivered

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