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    Default Help : Philips X-treme vision or Blue Vision

    aoa. guys i have recently been delivered with my new City. planning to change its stock H4s with something better. i have shortlisted my choices to the two bulbs below... please guide me which one to go for.

    Philips X-treme Vision H4 (Twin Pack) | PowerBulbs

    Philips Blue Vision Ultra H4 (Twin Pack) | PowerBulbs

    the first option gives 100 percent more lite but is still yellow at the end of the day
    the second option gives 30 percent more light but with styling and blue tinge

    i love them both to be honest just suggest me with valid reasons which one to go for . thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by vickybhai View Post
    How do you guys rate phillips diamond vision bulbs??

    Philips Diamond Vision H7 (Twin Pack) | PowerBulbs

    I just want white light for high beams....the yellow highbeam bulb with lowbeam HID does not look good???
    will it be ok for my car???
    well Diamond Vision wont give you optimum light on high beam. it is whitish in shade and would spread all over, specially in adverse weather. On low beams, one can afford white lights as light has to travel less distance, hence, less chance of spreading. however, on high beam, white light is not recommended at all (unless one has OEM projectors)

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    this is their description

    "Philips Diamond Vision H7 bulbs are a styling product for motorist wanting a bulb that will stand out from the crowd. They produce a distinctive blue look in the headlight due to their colour temperature of 5000K. If you are looking for greater light output, then this isn’t the choice for you as this product is specifically designed for styling and they are not road legal within the EU"



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    Hello. Need your help people. Just bought my new honda city. I have installed depo foglights and was thinking of getting HIDs, until i came to know about phillips xtreme vision halogens. Thus, i have decided to go for them. Can you tell me which types of bulbs will be needed for the headlights and the foglights too? Someone told me h4 for the headlights, and h11 for the other. Plus, where can I buy them and what cost will i incur? Narva bulbs are available in the market, but I guess phillips halogens produce the best results. Dubai Autos' Islamabad salesperson told me he can arrange them, but currently it's unavailable. Lastly, are they safe to use? I mean, do they work fine with stock headlight housing and wiring?
    P.S Don't mind if I asked something silly, since I do not possess much knowledge about such stuff - have always driven my cars in stock condition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolwizard7 View Post
    ........until i came to know about phillips xtreme vision halogens......Can you tell me which types of bulbs will be needed for the headlights and the foglights too? Someone told me h4 for the headlights, and h11 for the other........are they safe to use? I mean, do they work fine with stock headlight housing and wiring?
    P.S Don't mind if I asked something silly, since I do not possess much knowledge about such stuff - have always driven my cars in stock condition.

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    first of all congrats on ur new purchase. may it give u miles and miles of happiness with regards to the xtreme vision bulbs, yes they are extremely safe to be used in the stock halogen housing as they are of the same wattage (60/55 W) as ur stock OSRAM Bilux. therefore, there is no need to change any wiring, no need for ANY relay. plus, they dont produce more heat as compared to the stock, tehrefore they are extremely safe to be used as they wont damage the plastic lens cover of the headlights abt the availabilty, well to be honest i never even checked within Pakistan as somehow i dont trust the shopkeepers, may they be of any status. i wud advise and recommend that if u have some relative abroad, get it sourced from there. at least u wud be assured of 100 percent authentic stuff in ur hand

    abt the fog lights, i THINK they are h11 but i m not sure. but as u already have the Depo lights, why do u want to change them anyway ? i wud say stick with them. they are good enough on their own

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    Quote Originally Posted by waleed80 View Post
    ...therefore, there is no need to change any wiring, no need for ANY relay. plus, they dont produce more heat as compared to the stock, tehrefore they are extremely safe to be used as they wont damage the plastic lens cover of the headlights abt the availabilty, well to be honest i never even checked within Pakistan as somehow i dont trust the shopkeepers, may they be of any status. i wud advise and recommend that if u have some relative abroad, get it sourced from there. at least u wud be assured of 100 percent authentic stuff in ur hand

    abt the fog lights, i THINK they are h11 but i m not sure. but as u already have the Depo lights, why do u want to change them anyway ? i wud say stick with them. they are good enough on their own
    Thanks a lot brother. Now that I know they are safe to use, I am definitely inclined towards buying them. Well about purchasing them in Pakistan, I believe what you said is very true; I guess i'll ask my cousin to bring it for me from UK.
    Actually what I thought was getting h4's for the headlights, instead of HIDs - i hate the glare they produce in stock halogen housing. And just for the sake of matching the white light, i had considered h11's for the depo lights. No other reason. What do you suggest? I mean, would it look good if the headlights produce whitish light, while the depo lights produce yellowish? Undoubtedly, I am very satisfied with the depo lights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolwizard7 View Post
    Thanks a lot brother. Now that I know they are safe to use, I am definitely inclined towards buying them. Well about purchasing them in Pakistan, I believe what you said is very true; I guess i'll ask my cousin to bring it for me from UK.
    Actually what I thought was getting h4's for the headlights, instead of HIDs - i hate the glare they produce in stock halogen housing. And just for the sake of matching the white light, i had considered h11's for the depo lights. No other reason. What do you suggest? I mean, would it look good if the headlights produce whitish light, while the depo lights produce yellowish? Undoubtedly, I am very satisfied with the depo lights.

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    you are welcome. well xtreme vision does not produce whitish light. if it did, they would not be famous for more light on the road as white light has the tendency to disperse on the road, hence giving less visibility. u wud always get the max oight output with yellowish light on the road. x treme vision just produces MORE light on the road (althogh they do claim that the light is 10% whitish as compared to stock). therefore, even if the ten percent phenomenon is true (which many users abroad have negated..they say its just MORE light, much more light, not MORE WHITE) the difference between ur depo and Philips wont be too much. stick with them. trust me

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    Quote Originally Posted by waleed80 View Post
    you are welcome. well xtreme vision does not produce whitish light. if it did, they would not be famous for more light on the road as white light has the tendency to disperse on the road, hence giving less visibility. u wud always get the max oight output with yellowish light on the road. x treme vision just produces MORE light on the road (althogh they do claim that the light is 10% whitish as compared to stock). therefore, even if the ten percent phenomenon is true (which many users abroad have negated..they say its just MORE light, much more light, not MORE WHITE) the difference between ur depo and Philips wont be too much. stick with them. trust me
    Ahan. And here i had a misconception about philips xvision producing whitish light. anyway, as per your advice, i am going to stick with the depo, and try to look for a pair of xvision h11. Thanks a lot bhai jaan. I really appreciate it

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    they are flyin to pakistan today
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    Congrats man... got mine delivered today
    Help  Philips X-treme vision or Blue Vision -1016557
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    few more are coming before Eid that I ordered for other pakwheelers.
    Though, I might not get time to get those installed by Eid. Do share your experience with them.

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    How much is a set? Is there any chance you order 2 and i buy one from you?
    Get over the fact that Xli lacks power windows, Its an Xli because it lacks thoose features or else it would be a Gli or an Altis if had all the goodies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chinyoti View Post
    How much is a set? Is there any chance you order 2 and i buy one from you?
    This one is for 21 pounds. (about 3100 pak rupees)
    I might have one left cuz someone asked for it and now he's not responding me anymore. U've to wait till 23rd August though. Drop me your cell num in PM and i'll let you know in a few days.

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    installing them takes less than five minutes bro. mine wud b with me and in my car by tomorrow inshallah

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    Quote Originally Posted by noone View Post
    This one is for 21 pounds. (about 3100 pak rupees)
    I might have one left cuz someone asked for it and now he's not responding me anymore. U've to wait till 23rd August though. Drop me your cell num in PM and i'll let you know in a few days.
    I also need a single pair... Cn u arrange one fr me if possible
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    Quote Originally Posted by noone View Post
    This one is for 21 pounds. (about 3100 pak rupees)
    I might have one left cuz someone asked for it and now he's not responding me anymore. U've to wait till 23rd August though. Drop me your cell num in PM and i'll let you know in a few days.
    Hey what about the xtreme-power bulbs? kuch bana?
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    Thanks to Adnan bhai got my xtreme vision today
    will get them installed tomorrow

    Thanks alot bro
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahsanonline View Post
    Hey what about the xtreme-power bulbs? kuch bana?
    yea.. check your pm.. they're coming in a couple of days.

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    eva heard of qabza group?
    Quote Originally Posted by waleed80 View Post
    installing them takes less than five minutes bro. mine wud b with me and in my car by tomorrow inshallah
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    Im just conserned if these dont damage the orignal wiring (headlight clip/Conectors what ever they are called) because of the hi wattage, Other wise im interested since i hate HIDs, PM me or else my number is 0322-2781742

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    PS: Does it include the free parking bulbs?
    Get over the fact that Xli lacks power windows, Its an Xli because it lacks thoose features or else it would be a Gli or an Altis if had all the goodies.

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