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14.07.2022

H13 (9008) LED & Halogen Bulbs

14.07.2022

HB5 (9007) LED & Halogen Bulbs

12.07.2022

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12.07.2022

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12.07.2022

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11.07.2022

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06.07.2022

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05.07.2022

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22.06.2022

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14.06.2022

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14.06.2022

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14.06.2022

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14.06.2022

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14.06.2022

HB4 (9006) LED & Halogen Bulbs

12.06.2022

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06.06.2022

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06.11.2021

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17.10.2021

6461 Bulbs

15.10.2021

6411 Bulbs

15.10.2021

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12.10.2021

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11.10.2021

578 Bulbs

08.09.2021

H2 Bulbs

07.06.2021

168W Bulbs

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11.02.2022

BMW X1 Bulbs

11.02.2022

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11.02.2022

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09.02.2022

Nissan Altima Bulbs

09.02.2022

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08.02.2022

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08.02.2022

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08.02.2022

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07.02.2022

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07.02.2022

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30.01.2022

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30.01.2022

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30.01.2022

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30.01.2022

Hyundai Tucson Bulbs

29.01.2022

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29.01.2022

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29.01.2022

BMW X5 Bulbs

29.01.2022

Chrysler 300 Bulbs

29.01.2022

Jeep Cherokee Bulbs

28.01.2022

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28.01.2022

Ram 1500 Bulbs

28.01.2022

Audi Q7 Bulbs

28.01.2022

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28.01.2022

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Selecting a Bulb by Socket

06.11.2021

HB1 (9004) Bulbs (Halogen, LED & Xenon)

26.01.2021

W5W (T10, 194) Bulbs

06.04.2021

D5S Bulbs

05.07.2022

HIR2 (9012) LED & Halogen Bulbs

14.06.2022

D3S (LED, Halogen & Xenon) Bulbs

22.06.2022

H27 LED & Halogen Bulbs

12.06.2022

H4 (HB2, 9003) LED, Halogen & Xenon Bulbs

01.06.2021

C5W (FE T10, FESTOON) Bulbs

06.07.2022

H15 LED & Halogen Bulbs

23.04.2021

T4W (233) Bulbs

14.06.2022

D4S (LED, Halogen & Xenon) Bulbs

07.06.2021

168W Bulbs

21.04.2021

H3 (453) LED & Halogen Bulbs

12.07.2022

H7 (Halogen, LED & Xenon) Bulbs

08.09.2021

H2 Bulbs

06.04.2021

H16 Bulbs

04.06.2021

212-2 Bulbs

12.07.2022

H1 Bulbs (Halogen, LED & Xenon)

14.07.2022

H13 (9008) LED & Halogen Bulbs

02.06.2021

194 Bulbs

03.06.2021

5202 Bulbs

11.07.2022

HB3 (9005) Bulbs (Halogen, LED & Xenon)

01.06.2021

W21/5W (7443, T20) Bulbs

06.06.2022

H8 LED & Halogen Bulbs

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24.03.2022

SEALIGHT LED Bulbs

21.03.2022

Hikari LED Bulbs

23.03.2022

Brightest LED Headlight Bulbs

21.03.2022

Philips Car Bulbs (Halogen, LED & Xenon)

21.03.2022

Brightest Non-HID Headlight Bulbs

21.03.2022

Sylvania Bulbs

21.03.2022

Brightest Halogen Headlight Bulbs

21.03.2022

Nineo LED Bulbs

21.03.2022

LED Fog Light Bulbs

21.03.2022

Fahren LED Bulbs

21.03.2022

HID Xenon Headlight Bulbs

21.03.2022

Osram Car Bulbs (Halogen, LED & Xenon)

24.03.2022

SEALIGHT LED Bulbs

23.01.2022

Toyota RAV4 Bulbs

06.01.2022

Nissan Rogue Bulbs

06.11.2021

HB1 (9004) Bulbs (Halogen, LED & Xenon)

06.01.2022

Jeep Renegade Bulbs

26.01.2021

W5W (T10, 194) Bulbs

29.01.2022

Chrysler 300 Bulbs

21.03.2022

Nineo LED Bulbs

08.09.2021

H2 Bulbs

14.07.2022

H13 (9008) LED & Halogen Bulbs

26.01.2022

Hyundai Accent Bulbs

14.06.2022

D4S (LED, Halogen & Xenon) Bulbs

05.07.2022

HIR2 (9012) LED & Halogen Bulbs

03.06.2021

5202 Bulbs

11.02.2022

Mitsubishi Mirage Bulbs

30.01.2022

Hyundai Tucson Bulbs

23.04.2021

T4W (233) Bulbs

26.01.2021

P21W (1156, 2057, 7506, BA15S) Bulbs

15.10.2021

3157 (P27/7W) Bulbs

21.01.2022

Nissan Maxima Bulbs

21.03.2022

Osram Car Bulbs (Halogen, LED & Xenon)

26.01.2022

Chrysler Pacifica Bulbs

15.04.2021

Toyota Sienna Bulbs

31.05.2021

P21/5W (1157, 2057) Bulbs

06.01.2022

Kia Sorento Bulbs

21.03.2022

Sylvania Bulbs

13.01.2022

Ford Mustang Bulbs

05.01.2022

Lincoln Navigator Bulbs

23.01.2022

Mazda 6 Bulbs

17.10.2021

6461 Bulbs

22.01.2022

Cadillac Escalade Bulbs

13.01.2022

Jaguar XF Bulbs

11.07.2022

HB3 (9005) Bulbs (Halogen, LED & Xenon)

21.01.2022

Ford Escape Bulbs

06.04.2021

H16 Bulbs

06.04.2021

D5S Bulbs

14.06.2022

D1S (LED, Halogen & Xenon) Bulbs

14.06.2022

D2S (LED, Halogen & Xenon) Bulbs

11.01.2022

Honda Odyssey Bulbs

05.01.2022

Subaru Legacy Bulbs

19.01.2022

Toyota Prius Bulbs

29.01.2022

Jeep Compass Bulbs

28.01.2022

Volkswagen Golf Bulbs

28.01.2022

Audi Q7 Bulbs

21.03.2022

HID Xenon Headlight Bulbs

29.01.2022

BMW X5 Bulbs

12.10.2021

6418 Bulbs

27.01.2022

Kia Sedona Bulbs

19.01.2022

Audi A4 Bulbs

07.02.2022

Mazda 3 Bulbs

26.01.2022

Dodge Durango Bulbs

07.01.2022

Honda Insight Bulbs

21.03.2022

Brightest Halogen Headlight Bulbs

06.01.2022

Lexus RX 350 Bulbs

01.06.2021

C5W (FE T10, FESTOON) Bulbs

22.01.2022

Kia Forte Bulbs

01.06.2021

W16W (T15, 921) Bulbs

19.01.2022

Jeep Wrangler Bulbs

14.01.2022

Nissan Pathfinder Bulbs

28.03.2021

Car Bulbs Guide: Halogen, LED, Xenon Bulbs

30.01.2022

Toyota Avalon Bulbs

09.04.2021

GMC Acadia Bulbs

05.01.2022

Nissan Frontier Bulbs

11.01.2022

Infiniti Q50 Bulbs

08.02.2022

Toyota Tacoma Bulbs

09.04.2021

Mini Cooper Bulbs

09.02.2022

Toyota Camry Bulbs

21.01.2022

Volvo XC90 Bulbs

12.06.2022

H4 (HB2, 9003) LED, Halogen & Xenon Bulbs

13.04.2021

Honda Ridgeline Bulbs

13.01.2022

Subaru Crosstrek Bulbs

21.03.2022

Hikari LED Bulbs

02.06.2021

W21W (7440, T20, WY21W) Bulbs

29.01.2022

Ford Expedition Bulbs

04.06.2021

DE3175 Bulbs

14.01.2022

Dodge Grand Caravan Bulbs

11.01.2022

Porsche Cayenne Bulbs

22.01.2022

Toyota Yaris Bulbs

22.01.2022

Hyundai Veloster Bulbs

17.01.2022

Chrysler Voyager Bulbs

21.03.2022

Fahren LED Bulbs

21.03.2022

Brightest Non-HID Headlight Bulbs

13.01.2022

Chevrolet Impala Bulbs

23.03.2022

Brightest LED Headlight Bulbs

11.02.2022

BMW X1 Bulbs

11.10.2021

578 Bulbs

06.07.2022

H15 LED & Halogen Bulbs

21.04.2021

H3 (453) LED & Halogen Bulbs

13.04.2021

Toyota 4Runner Bulbs

19.01.2022

Hyundai Santa Fe Bulbs

07.02.2022

Honda Accord Bulbs

30.01.2022

GMC Yukon Bulbs

14.01.2022

Kia Sportage Bulbs

26.01.2022

Nissan Versa Bulbs

26.01.2021

H27 (880) Bulbs

01.04.2022

Daytime Running Lights (DRL) for Car

20.01.2022

Kia Soul Bulbs

16.01.2022

Subaru Forester Bulbs

27.01.2022

GMC Terrain Bulbs

21.03.2022

LED Fog Light Bulbs

14.06.2022

D3S (LED, Halogen & Xenon) Bulbs

12.07.2022

H7 (Halogen, LED & Xenon) Bulbs

14.04.2021

Volvo S60 Bulbs

07.06.2021

168W Bulbs

02.06.2021

194 Bulbs

14.01.2022

Chevrolet Spark Bulbs

15.04.2021

Jeep Grand Cherokee Bulbs

16.01.2022

Dodge Charger Bulbs

12.01.2022

Mitsubishi Outlander Bulbs

26.01.2022

Subaru Impreza Bulbs

09.01.2022

Ford Fusion Bulbs

22.06.2022

H27 LED & Halogen Bulbs

15.04.2021

Volkswagen Jetta Bulbs

12.07.2022

H1 Bulbs (Halogen, LED & Xenon)

27.01.2022

Dodge Journey Bulbs

08.02.2022

Toyota Corolla Bulbs

21.01.2022

Toyota Highlander Bulbs

28.01.2022

Buick Enclave Bulbs

06.01.2022

Volkswagen Passat Bulbs

14.06.2022

HB4 (9006) LED & Halogen Bulbs

15.10.2021

6411 Bulbs

12.07.2022

H11 Bulbs (Halogen, LED & Xenon)

23.01.2022

BMW X3 Bulbs

02.06.2021

PY21W Bulbs

12.04.2021

Hyundai Accent Bulbs

03.06.2021

5201 Bulbs

14.07.2022

HB5 (9007) LED & Halogen Bulbs

01.06.2021

W21/5W (7443, T20) Bulbs

13.01.2022

RAM 2500 Bulbs

26.01.2022

Hyundai Elantra Bulbs

12.01.2022

Audi A6 Bulbs

30.01.2022

Subaru WRX Bulbs

06.01.2022

Audi A3 Bulbs

18.01.2022

Mercedes C Class Bulbs

21.04.2021

H10 (9145) Bulbs

20.01.2022

Honda Fit (Jazz) Bulbs

06.06.2022

H8 LED & Halogen Bulbs

17.01.2022

Audi A7 Bulbs

28.01.2022

Ram 1500 Bulbs

17.01.2022

Audi A8 Bulbs

23.01.2022

Nissan Armada Bulbs

19.01.2022

Nissan Titan Bulbs

16.04.2021

Ford Ranger Bulbs

21.03.2022

Philips Car Bulbs (Halogen, LED & Xenon)

27.01.2022

Nissan Sentra Bulbs

12.01.2022

Acura MDX Bulbs

09.02.2022

Nissan Altima Bulbs

28.01.2022

Audi Q5 Bulbs

13.01.2022

Chevrolet Malibu Bulbs

16.01.2022

Honda Civic Bulbs

08.02.2022

Honda Pilot Bulbs

28.10.2021

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06.01.2022

Hyundai Sonata Bulbs

11.02.2022

Toyota Tundra Bulbs

22.01.2022

Ford Explorer Bulbs

26.01.2022

Ford Edge Bulbs

27.01.2022

Toyota Sequoia Bulbs

29.01.2022

Jeep Cherokee Bulbs

02.06.2021

WY5W (T10, 194, W5W) Bulbs

04.06.2021

212-2 Bulbs

Read Our Reviews

Pick up a new light bulb for the car to replace a burned out one. We will tell you what to buy and what to consider when replacing. Which is better to choose – with increased brightness or with a longer life.

When the bulb in the headlight burns out and it needs to be replaced, the question arises – what to buy. The first thing to do is to decide on the type of lamp, its base. They can be different: from H1 to H11. And what is needed?

The easiest option is to take it out of the headlight and take it to the store – there will pick up the necessary one. If this option is unacceptable, you can look at the technical documentation for the car.

Usually, on the last pages there are tables of all lamps in the car and the corresponding type of plinth. The third option is to go to an official dealer who knows exactly what kind of light bulb you need. If the bulb is burned out in the headlight, you need to change only in pairs – right and left at once. It is not necessary to save money, because the light bulb is worse shining, it has less light output, compared to the new one. And it is still not clear how two different lamps will shine, even if they are the same manufacturer.

When choosing not to save money – buy products from well-known companies. Among the reputable companies, we note: Philips, Osram, Narva, GE.

WHAT IS BETTER TO CHOOSE

If the store will offer to buy bulbs with higher power (for example, instead of 60 W to choose 90-watt), you should refuse. This idea will not bring anything good, and there are plenty of disadvantages. You should not think that it will shine brighter, because the electrical equipment of the car is designed for a certain power lamp.

If you significantly exceed it, you may have problems with wiring – it is often burned fuses or melted wiring. In addition, modern cars headlight glass is made of plastic, which means it can melt.

What choice should I make if I want it to shine and illuminate the road well for a long time? Miracles do not happen. The light flux depends on the on-board voltage, the higher it is, the better the light bulb works. But this has a negative effect on durability. There are bulbs with a longer life, but they do not light well. And there are lamps with increased luminous flux, which according to the manufacturer’s statement illuminate by 50% brighter. Paying for this will be a reduced resource. The lifetime of “halogen” is 600 hours and it depends on the onboard voltage. Optimal – 13.2 V. Excess of 5% reduces service life by 40% (but the luminous flux increases by 18%). On the contrary, if the voltage is 5% lower, the service life increases by 60%, but the luminous flux decreases by 10%. If you put an LED instead of a normal lamp? You should never do that, they shine worse than halogen lamps. And those that give good illumination, cost from 4-5 thousand rubles per set. It should be noted that the temperature of LED lamps is lower, which means that the headlight glass will mist up and freeze.

WHAT IS THE OPTIMAL TEMPERATURE OF LIGHT

The most pleasant for a person is the light, which color temperature is from 4000 to 6500 K. It gives white daylight. During rain, snow or fog, it is of little use and lamps with a luminous temperature of less than 3000K can be used. What to choose then? It is optimal to use 3000K or 3500K in fog lamps, for headlamps, choose a car lamp with a temperature of at least 4000K. Experience has shown that lamps with a temperature of about 4200 – 4500 K give optimal white light. If the luminescence is about 3500 K, you can clearly see a yellow tint. And the color over 5000 K gives a bluish tint.

LED headlights for cars – compare with xenon When choosing, give preference to the factory, without additional improvements. High brightness lamps, with inscriptions on the box +120%, mean that one of the control points is better illuminated compared to the same brand of the previous generation. In other conditions, the light may be worse. Bought ClearLight X-Treme Vision bulbs, they give 120 percent more light than the standard ones. They light up brighter than the standard ones, I liked them. Only burned out after 5 months, although the standard light was more than a year. So you have to choose, or take those that normally shine, but will have to change more often, or put the regulars.