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Philips 12794UNIX2 X-tremeUltinon (H8/H11/H16) 6500K LED Fog Light Bulbs Kit - 2 Pack

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Philips 12794UNIX2 X-tremeUltinon (H8/H11/H16) 6500K LED Fog Light Bulbs Kit - 2 Pack

Up to 200% brighter light
Perfect color match with HID headlights
Up to 12-year lifetime
Up to 6500K color temperature
Better visibility without glare for oncoming drivers

Get up to 200% brighter light* and superior visibility with Philips X-tremeUltinon LED Fog. Available in H8, H11, and H16, the crisp white light is a perfect color match with Xenon HID headlights.
The patented safe beam technology eliminates glare to other drivers and optimal thermal design ensures maximum cooling of the LED.
(* Compared to standard minimum legal requirements in low beam headlamp test results)

Technology: LED
Application: Front fog
Range: X-tremeUltinon LED
Type: H8, H11, H16
Homologation ECE: NO
Base: PGJ19-1; PGJ19-2; PGJ19-3
Designation LED Type: LED-FOG [~H8/H11/H16]
Technical features: AirFlux, IP65 SafeBeam
Voltage: 12 V
Wattage: 9.3 W
Expected benefits: Advanced automotive system
Product highlight: Brighter, Stronger, Whiter
Color temperature: Up to 6500K
Lifetime: Up to 12 years

2 x 6500K LED Fog Light Bulbs

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