Twist and fit bulbs

Twist and fit bulbs

The Cool Blue Intense range of bulbs from Osram has grown this month.

The halogen range currently has the bluest colour temperature approved for road use and give up to 20% more light on the road compared to conventional halogen bulbs. Its Xenarc Cool Blue Intense range covers vehicles using Xenon lights and provide a blue tone which illuminates the road as if in natural daylight, the colour results in a special gas filling not by a coating on the outer bulb. This range is now available in D3S and D4S types in addition to the D1S and D2S types. The H8 halogen bulb is available for the BMW 3 Series Coupe and the H15 for the VW Golf VI and others. The H15 bulb design lets the user twist and fit the bulb in one action, without the need for clips or electrical connectors.

     

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