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  • Philips NEW X-treme Ultinon LED Headlight bulb (H4)!

    Philips broke into the automotive LED market a year or so ago with the first real compatible halogen bulb replacement for fog lights. The H11 bulb carefully places 3 tiny led chips in a row in the exact location as a halogen filament. The result is a beam pattern exactly to that of halogen but in a brilliant 6000k light.

    It was only a matter of time that they take what they've learned and apply it to headlamps. This time using a "dual filament" design to mimic the low and high beam. If you look closely there is a shield on the row of chips for the low beam. This is to reduce glare.

    Now how long will it take before other applications are offered?

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    12953BWX2

    Maximum road safety and style

    More bright light on the road, without glare

    Philips LED intense bright headlights bring a sophisticated & modern light appearance to your car, and maximum visibility with +150% more brightness on the road than halogen lamp, for maximum driving safety and visual comfort.

    Maximum road safety:
    • +150 % more light on the road*
    • SafeBeam to not glare other drivers

    12 year lifespan:
    • 3 year limited warranty for consumer usage
    • AirFlux thermal design
    • The prefered quality of car makers

    Intense bright light:
    • Intense bright headlights

    Specifications
    •Technology:LED
    • Application: Headlight high beam, Headlight low beam
    • Type: Headlight H4
    • Color temperature: White 6200K
    • Lifespan: 5000 hrs
    • Voltage: 12 & 24 V
    • Wattage: 23+/-15% W
    • Designation: X-treme Ultinon 6200K
    • Range: X-treme Ultinon LED

    Issue date 2015-07-30 Version: 1.1.2
    12 NC: 8670 001 31855 EAN: 87 27900 39410 8

    • Base: P43t
    • Lumens [lm]: 1000+/-15% LB, 1250+/-15% HB

    Logistic data
    • EAN: 8727900394108
    • Ordering code: 39410828
    • Quantity in box: X2
    • Referen


    Highlights
    +150 % more light on the road*
    For your driving safety and visual comfort, you need to project light on the road ahead far and bright, without glaring the other road users. With an optimized optical design, Philips LED headlight brings you maximum visibility, with +150% more brightness on the road* where you need it most. (* than standard halogen lamp)

    3 year limited warranty
    3 year limited warranty for consumer usage

    AirFlux thermal design
    Optimal thermal design for maximum cooling of LED to ensure ultra-long service life

    Intense bright headlights
    Philips LEDs headlights 6200K provide the most intense light upgrade solution to your car, with a perfect color match with LED fog and LED position lights, for a sophisticated and modern light appearance

    Prefered quality of car makers
    In the world , 1 out of 2 cars is equipped with Philips lights. Philips is the supplier of choice of all major car manufacturers.

    SafeBeam for other drivers
    Philips patented SafeBeam optical design brings maximum visibility with a beam pattern that does not glare other road users. Similar or better beam pattern than standard halogen lamp, ECE beam pattern compliant*. * There is no ECE regulation existing for LED bulbs. ECE beam pattern compliance is tested on several commonly used luminaires where the LED bulb beam pattern matches the ECE approved halogen beam pattern



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  • #2
    I'm extremely interested

    2000 Toyota MR2 Spyder
    2017 Lexus CT200h F Sport

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    • #3
      Well now... this is interesting.

      First I stumble across the 2700K "Golden Yellow" variant of their proven H11 bulbs, and now this...

      Very interesting.




      While not the 'brightest' by wattage draw i'm sure, Philips has shown that proper LED orientation and light control is a superior approach to actual light output.


      If done right, this would be one of the better direct PnP style of upgrades for most consumers. No extra wiring needed, and the benefits of clear white light and instant on. (with hopefully improved beam control like their H11's have)
      I work at a company who has a website called ModBargains
      @AFSpec as always on IG

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      • #4
        I thought this was spam.
        RX350BX (EU) | STI-R | XB35 Ballasts| HD Relay | 66240 CBI | JDM AStar LED Int. | AFSpec LED Ext.

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        • #5
          Nope its real... Found it on the the Philips.Au website.


          I work at a company who has a website called ModBargains
          @AFSpec as always on IG

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          • #6
            I wonder how 3 emitters can emulate a halogen filament.
            Jul 2012 ROTM (3-way quad headlight) ; Sep 2015 ROTM (custom muli-lens 7" fogs)

            3-way quad wiring; foreground limiter; squirrel finder;

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            • #7
              I've yet to see a Genuine Philips LED product underperform to their claims.

              While I doubt this will never see the light of DOT approval, ECE laws in other countries are less stringent and many of the international Philips websites list this as a new LED option. Now we just have to find a way to get a hold of a set to see for ourselves! lol.



              Interesting that they went with the H4 style bulb, arguably one of the more difficult styles to replicate properly. A 9006, or H7 would have been easier.
              I work at a company who has a website called ModBargains
              @AFSpec as always on IG

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              • #8
                Boom.

                http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/creer/item/12953x2/

                Now get to testing.
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                • #9
                  Oh mah gawwwwd. I have an H4 vehicle with ECE headlights, not DOT. Can I has?

                  2000 Toyota MR2 Spyder
                  2017 Lexus CT200h F Sport

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                  • #10
                    Everything always looks good on paper. Would be interesting to see more real world pics. Definitely a wall shot.

                    And oh wow they are not cheap!
                    Last edited by HK45; August 14th, 2015, 05:38 AM.
                    *CLICK BELOW ON WHAT YOU WANT TO SEE*

                    2014 Nissan Sentra Quads w/ XB Fogs

                    DSC_9349 by Sam Colt, on Flickr

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                    • #11
                      Well if anyone wants to... go fund me O_o

                      2000 Toyota MR2 Spyder
                      2017 Lexus CT200h F Sport

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Thmanx View Post
                        proven H11 bulbs,
                        I've been considering a pair of their H11s for a while - for my car's projector low beams. Are they indeed worthwhile?

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                        • #13
                          Wow that's expensive. I'm interested but wow that's expensive.
                          2000 Celica GTS 'slowest gts evar'
                          1998 Mazda 626 FS-DE/CD4E 'mom-mobile'

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by markweatherill View Post
                            I've been considering a pair of their H11s for a while - for my car's projector low beams. Are they indeed worthwhile?
                            Camry halogen low beam projectors below

                            H11

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                            • #15
                              DOT does not approve anything and if anything ECE requirements are more strict than the US. Also love the 150% more lighting*asterisk*. Facetious marketing FTW. Reflectors are designed around the light source not the other way around. Will never have full simulation albeit maybe close. Check some of Markus' informative posts or Daniel Stern...

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