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Philips X-tremeVision Bulbs Released

The brightest bulb to come out of the brand's lineup

Oct 23, 2013
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Philips X-tremeVision Details:

  • 100% more light over the standard halogen bulbs
  • Street legal and DOT approved
  • Comes in many sizes
  • MSRP $49.99

When weak OEM bulbs aren't cutting it or it is time for replacement, consider Philips' latest offering: Philips X-tremeVision bulbs. Not only do Philips Automotive products enhance the style of your ride but it also improves driver safety. With that said, Philips is proud to announce its brightest and most powerful bulb in Philips Automotive's line of premium upgrade headlight bulbs the X-tremeVision headlamp bulbs.

The new bulbs will give off 100 percent more light over standard halogen bulbs, allowing maximum lighting performance and improved nighttime driving visibility. The X-tremeVision bulbs are fully street legal and DOT approved, while retaining the same OEM quality. Spot hazards sooner and avoid obstacles with the brighter bulbs. Each features a chromium tip, special anti-reflex coating, new gas composition and adapted pressure, and a quartz glass with a new optical finish.

General Manager of Philips Automotive Dennis Samfilippo says, "Our upgrade portfolio represents a refinement of the Philips 'go to market' strategy. After conducting extensive category management analysis and seeing the complex proliferation of bulbs on the market, we felt that our customers would benefit more by having simple choices based on their lighting needs."

Philips X-tremeVision bulbs come in various sizes. Configurations include 9003, 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, 9008/H13, H7 and H11. MSRP is set at $49.99.

Visit the Philips website for more information at http://www.usa.philips.com/

Jofel Tolosa
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