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26th March 2015, 04:38 PM
With the ever expanding range of products at Opie Oils (http://www.opieoils.co.uk) we though it about time to add an extensive range of OSRAM and PHILIPS car bulbs available HERE > > > > (http://www.opieoils.co.uk/c-2173-light-bulbs-headlamp-bulbs.aspx)

All bulbs sold represent an upgrade from standard bulbs; either in terms of brightness, bulb life or styling. Bulbs now available at Opie Oils include:

- Philips BlueVision Ultra
BlueVision ultra headlights are for drivers seeking to personalise their vehicles. With BlueVision ultra, drivers enjoy a blue xenon effect thanks to its unique Gradient Coating™ technology, unmatched in a fully homologated road-legal lamp.

- Philips Diamond Vision
Philips Diamond Vision headlight bulbs are the closest you will get to the Xenon HID look with a 5000k white light for ultimate styling, but not with the equivalent brightness. If its brightness you want, then go for the the Philips X-TremeVision bulbs.

- Philips Longlife EcoVision
Tired of changing your headlight bulbs all the time? With 4x lifetime of a standard car bulb, Philips LongLife EcoVision is the choice for drivers seeking to minimise maintenance on their vehicles.

- Philips VisionPlus
Philips VisionPlus headlight bulbs produce 60% more light, which allows drivers to see farther for greater safety and comfort. Offering high performance and excellent value, VisionPlus is the right choice for today’s demanding drivers.

- Philips X-Treme Vision
Philips X-tremeVision headlight bulbs offer up to 100% more light with a light beam up to 35 metres longer than a standard lamp. X-tremeVision is engineered with state-of-the-art technology for ultimate bright light.

- Philips Silver Vision
Philips Silver Vision indicator bulbs are a neat styling solution when using clear indicator covers – the silver indicator blends in with your reflector but flashes amber, ideal for show cars and anyone who cares about the exterior details of their car.

- Osram Night Breaker Unlimited
Osram Night Breaker Unlimited bulbs give you up to 110% more light on the road and up to 40m longer beam. Night Breaker Unlimited bulbs come with a light blue ring coating for less reflected glare and more efficient light production.

- Osram Cool Blue Intense
Osram Cool Blue Intense bulbs give up to 20% more light compared to standard halogen bulbs and have a blue / white light for a Xenon effect.

- Osram Diadem Chrome
Osram Diadem Chrome bulbs are ideal for all indicator lights with clear covers and are only amber when operating, at other times almost invisible.

- Osram LEDriving C5W
OSRAM LEDriving C5W are a long lasting interior bulb with a lifetime of up to 5,000 hours and a 5 year guarantee. The ideal interior LED bulb that spreads light evenly

The range above covers Headlamp Bulbs, Fog Light Bulbs, Interior Lighting, Number Plate Bulbs, Rear Light / Brake Light Bulbs, Side Lights and Indicator Bulbs. If you're unsure on what bulbs you need then check your handbook. If you're stuck then we are here to help.

Selling bulbs is a new venture for us. What we have on our site are popular choices and cover a large range of vehicles. If you are unable to find the Philips or Osram bulb needed for your car then let us know as we can easily get these added to the range.


Scott Forster
26th March 2015, 05:08 PM
Hi there,

I need a decent set of head light bulbs, as mine are very low, almost none existent and give little clarity while driving in the dark. On the other hand, my main beam lights are bright as hell.

A blue tint sounds interesting, what would you recommend to give a good amount of light (but not too much) without breaking the bank?



27th March 2015, 09:28 AM
Hi Scott

You need a H4 fitment, so take your pick of the H4s from the link below.


The Osram Nightbreakers are very popular as upgrade bulbs.



27th March 2015, 10:11 AM
I've used Osram Nightbreakers in the past, they are awesome!

Get a set of clear Raybrigg Lights as well, it'll make a massive difference.

Scott Forster
27th March 2015, 12:24 PM
Sounds good, whats the best way for me to order a set of Osram Nightbreakers?


27th March 2015, 12:58 PM

Via the website and then use the code MK1MR2 for the members discount.