PHILIPS CRYSTAL VISION XENON HID D2R (85126) Auto Headlamp - 25% Whiter Than Standard HID– Brilliant “Daylight” White Light
SKU: PA-85126CVS2 | Ordering Code: D2R CV
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Philips Automotive brand CRYSTAL VISION XENON HID D2R automotive headlamp. 35 Watt and 85 Volt T-3 HID Headlamp with P32d2 Base. NOT LEGAL FOR RETROFIT APPLICATIONS
Even brighter, whiter light than standard HID headlamps
Increased Visibility for Increased Safety
Longer and Wider beam than standard lamps
Match number 85126 or D2R with your current lamp to get an exact match
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Q & A
Asked on 9/6/2011 by Mike from Canada
The catalog information does not include a color temperature for this bulb. However, when compared to the yellowish light from conventional lights, Xenon’s bright white light is much closer to natural daylight. This helps reduce eye fatigue and also improves the view of road signs, other vehicles, intersections, and objects on the road.
Answered on 9/7/2011 by Product Support from Bulbs.com