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Philips 9006 CrystalVision Ultra Headlight Bulbs(Pack of 2)

Philips 9006 CrystalVision Ultra Headlight Bulbs(Pack of 2)


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Philips 9006 CrystalVision Ultra Headlight Bulbs(Pack of 2)

Philips 9006 CrystalVision Ultra Headlight Bulbs(Pack of 2)
  • Halogen Headlamps for the Look of HID Lighting
  • Extreme Blue/White Light
  • Color Temperature of Up to 4,000 Kelvin
  • DOT Compliant
  • Special Twin Pack
Philips CrystalVision was already the upgrade bulb that came closest to the bright blue/white look of HID. Now, improved technology makes CrystalVision Ultra even whiter and brighter, and even closer to the look of HID. CrystalVision Ultra delivers the whitest light available from a halogen bulb. At a color temperature of up to 4,000K, no halogen is whiter. If you want the look of HID, CrystalVision Ultra is the light for you! Philips CrystalVision was already the upgrade bulb that came closest to the bright blue/white look of HID. Now, improved technology makes CrystalVision Ultra even whiter and brighter, and even closer to the look of HID. CrystalVision Ultra delivers the whitest light available from a halogen bulb. At a color temperat

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  1. 125 of 132 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Has to last longer than Sylvania SilverStar’s, April 3, 2011
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    T. Wallace «TPlayer» (Indiana, U.S.) –
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    This review is from: Philips 9006 CrystalVision Ultra Headlight Bulbs(Pack of 2) (Automotive)
    The light produced is very white and the bulbs do produce much more light than the ‘OEM’ original equipment Philips bulbs my car came with… and these new bulbs do not have a hint of the OE yellowish tint.

    The bulbs in my opinion don’t approach a bluish hue but are straight bright white. This may be due in part to the reflectors in my lens that hide the headlight bulb from eyesight including the blue painted tip.
    I have Pilot brand white LED bulbs in the corner marker lamps next to my headlights which are even whiter and closer to a bluish tint and much closer to HID color. I was hoping these CrystalVision headlight bulbs would match in color to the LED corner bulbs. There is a much better match with these new headlight bulbs than the normal yellowish OE bulbs.
    A true HID matching bulb would have a slight hint of blue and even more toward a light purplish color, at least from certain angles as true HID headlights look as you approach and pass them.

    Overall I’m very satisfied with the greater brightness of light emitted and the color of the light which is a huge improvement over the yellowish OE bulbs. I have tried and seen other bulbs that do have a blue tint or a bluer tint than these bulbs, but you’re usually trading down by huge margins in quality and at a steep price, (usually $40-50 or more) only to have the bulbs fail in months or within the 1st year. And that fact has been one of my primary reasons for choosing the Philips brand, as it was the OE brand that came with my car and lasted.

    The bigger question for these and any ‘upgrade’ bulbs is how long they will last (they tend to burn hotter).
    My OE Philips standard bulbs lasted 14 years.
    A pair of ‘Crystal Blue’ (brand?) bulbs lasted 3 months in my car.
    A pair of Sylvania ‘Cool Blue’ bulbs only lasted 6 months in my car. (Produced a slight blue tint)
    A Pair of Sylvania ‘SilverStar’ lasted 1 year in my car. (Produced a similar color as these Philips bulbs)

    (Note: The Sylvania bulb packaging only rates the SilverStar with 1 out of 4 marks for bulb life. I believe the ‘Cool Blue’ have either a 1 or 2 out of 4 life rating and the OE bulb have a 3 out of 4 rating I believe. I’m expecting the same bulb life as the SilverStar for the Philips bulb though I’m hoping it will end up being much better considering I got 14 years out of my OE Philips bulbs.)

    I posed this question about the CrystalVision Ultra ‘upgrade’ bulbs in an email to Philips but their response was a little confusing (as I’m sure they wanted to be a little vague). I couldn’t tell if they were saying the bulbs would last 1-2 years depending on amount of use varying from customer to customer or if they were saying that the life of the bulbs could vary up to 1-2 years from customer to customer depending on the differing amount of use of each.
    What I do know is that I have had poor experience’s with generic aftermarket brand bulbs and with Sylvania’s automotive and household bulbs and won’t consider that brand again. What more I know from research is that ‘upgrade’ bulbs that produce a whiter (or other color), brighter light don’t come close to lasting as long as OE bulbs.
    I also looked at purchasing some PIAA ‘Super Plasma’ bulbs but read multiple poor reviews stating a slight yellowish tint as well as the same critique of the Hella’s whiter bulbs.

    The Philips bulbs are made in Germany (I would consider this a positive point as far as quality goes and what I attribute the length of life of my OE Philips bulbs too).

    I paid $27.72 for the Philips CrystalVision Ultra bulbs with free Super Saver shipping and have seen the same bulbs in stores from a regular price of $29.99 down to a clearance price of $23.99. Compared this to Sylvania’s SilverStar brands ranging from $39.99 – 49.99(Ultra) and Hella’s at $49.99.

    I don’t think you can go wrong with the Philips in quality, color of light and especially price in direct comparison with the other brands. The other brands would have to show remarkably better performance for them to justify their inflated price over the Philips… and in my experience with multiple brands and research of brighter, whiter, ‘closer to HID’ ‘upgrade’ bulbs, a superior performance doesn’t exist in those brands from anything I’ve come across.

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  2. 55 of 59 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Sylvania VS Philips, October 6, 2012
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    This review is from: Philips 9006 CrystalVision Ultra Headlight Bulbs(Pack of 2) (Automotive)
    This is a review from a guy who just had enough of Sylvania Silver Star or w.e. their fancy bulbs are. Most of us can agree that Sylvania is good for a few days or weeks. If you’re lucky but then it starts to lose its brightness and fades. The Philips hasn’t faded out and I’ve had it for several months now. And boy! does it make a difference in distance and brightness. I can see about 3-4 blocks ahead and its bright not yellowish but a white/light blue color. TO BE CLEAR it’s not bright enough to blind oncoming drivers.

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  3. 48 of 53 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Well, I love them so far, March 5, 2012
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    J. Harley (East Coast USA) –
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    This review is from: Philips 9006 CrystalVision Ultra Headlight Bulbs(Pack of 2) (Automotive)
    I like the light from these lamps. I made sure to install with rubber gloves to prolong life, so I’ll see if I can get a good year out of them at least. Given the fact that a set of these cost me less than the price of one standard OEM replacement bulb from the parts department of my dealer, it’s not like I’m spending a fortune if I replace them yearly. Besides, the much better illumination makes it even more worth it. Although they won’t be mistaken for HID lights, they are definitely whiter and brighter than standard halogen bulbs. It gives off a nice natural looking white and most importantly, bright light. I like the increased visibility it provides my wife’s mini-van. I feel a bit safer when she’s driving at night with the kids. That was my primary reason for buying these, not as an HID wanna-be. If you’re buying these for a Xenon or HID look, save your money or buy an HID conversion kit instead. My car has factory HID and side by side, they look nothing alike, not even close. However, these perform well against HIDs and aren’t exactly a slouch. They actually even illuminate wider laterally than my lamps. I originally thought about installing an HID conversion kit on the van, but after researching online for a few weeks and reading numerous stories about problems ranging from water intrusion to bad ballasts or bulbs, I decided to stick with standard yet brighter bulbs. They may not be as «pretty» as HID lamps but they seem just as bright.

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