Agreed! They may be pretty close to 6000k but they'll have so much blue tint over the bulb that light output will be near non existent. It's worth taking into account that the higher up the kelvin scale you go the less usable light there is. I have 55w Hids at 6000k and on really rainy days they're definitely not as bright as when its a nice day. 4300k has the most amount of usable light I believe. So it's a case of see or 'be seen'.
Based on my limited knowledge of car bulbs, those are halogen not Xenon, and no way are they 6000k. More like 4300k, as they have a similar level of tinting to Philips Crystalvision. They might be decent bulbs, just falsely advertised. Still I'd spend another £16 for the Philips bulbs:
http://www.amazon.co...ystal vision h7
You also get a pair of matching W5W bulbs with the Crysal Visions for you side lights.
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Posted 25 January 2015 - 12:15 PM
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Posted 25 January 2015 - 02:26 PM
Cool cheers guys. I guess I'll stick with my blue visions
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