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Xenon HID Car Headlight Bulbs & Lamps

Xenon HID bulbs use a specialist gas discharge system which produces a brighter, whiter light. When you shop at PowerBulbs, you're getting the real deal. All of our Philips xenon HID bulbs feature a Certificate of Authenticity on the box, and our OSRAM HIDs have been verified by the manufacturer in their Approved Partner Programme.

Shop smart and buy genuine xenon bulbs, in popular fittings such as D2S and D1S, from PowerBulbs. You'll benefit from free worldwide delivery, plus a free warranty with all orders.

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OSRAM Xenarc D8S (Single)

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  • Up to 4500K
  • Standard Replacement Bulb
  • 300% greater light efficacy
  • Distinctive headlight design

RRP: £99.99

£86.99

  • In stock
  • Free worldwide delivery *
  • Up to 12 months free warranty

What are xenon HID bulbs?

Xenon HID (High-Intensity Discharge) bulbs are filled with xenon gas. They produce a much whiter and brighter light than halogen bulbs, which is why they are common in many high-end, modern cars. They're currently commonly found in the headlight unit of your vehicle.
 

What are the benefits of HID lights?

The two main benefits are the colour temperature and the amount of light emitted. Xenon bulbs produce colour temperatures of around 4100K and can reach more than 8000K. In other words, this Kelvin rating will give you a crisp white light with increasing amounts of a blue tint.

Xenon HID bulbs also produce lots of light, meaning that you'll benefit from a good amount of visibility of the road ahead.
 

How do I know if I have xenon bulbs?

The easiest way is to use our Bulb Finder, or check your vehicle handbook. HID light fittings start with the letter D, for example, D1S, D2S, or D2R.

If you're still unsure, have a look at the light beam at night. If it's bright and white, rather than a yellowish colour, you're likely to have HID lights fitted in your vehicle.
 

How do I install HID bulbs?

Due to the high wattages involved, we recommend that an auto-electrician replace your HID lights.