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Philips 12832X1 T16 X-treme Vision White LED 3.4 Watts Exterior Bulb-Pack of 1

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Philips 12832X1 T16 X-treme Vision White LED 3.4 Watts Exterior Bulb-Pack of 1

Philips T16 White - LED Exterior Bulb is included in the line of new Philips X-treme Vision interior and exterior LED lights let drivers add more style and greater illumination to the cars - inside and out. The LEDs are designed to provide fast response time, allowing other drivers to immediately react to the signals.

Philips X-treme Vision LED interior lighting illuminates the car interior with power and precision. Drivers can choose from 4000K Bright White or 6000K Xenon White for maximum illumination and style. Compared to standard incandescent bulbs, the Philips X-treme Vision LED range produces up to 5 times more light while using 13 times less energy. They provide a perfect geometrical fit, and offer high vibration and temperature resistance. Their 12-year lifetime is simply unmatched.

Philips X-treme Vision LED lights are perfect for drivers who want to take their interior and exterior lighting to the next level.


  • High performance LED
  • Perfect geometrical fit
  • Up to 5 times more light compared to standard incandescent
  • Consumes 13 times less energy than standard incandescent
  • High vibration and temperature resistance

  • 1 Light Bulb

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