It's finally time for a brighter, whiter H1 bulb that you can rely on! Most high wattage bulbs still look yellow and most blue coated bulbs don't produce much light. With the Cool Blue Boost, OSRAM has made a whiter and brighter bulb.5000K and 50% Brighter White Light
If your car isn't looking quite as modern in the new traffic, then the Cool Blue Boost is for you. With 80W of power, you'll be just as bright as cars with xenon headlights and have the same colour of light!Approved Partner
OSRAM bulbs are some of the most commonly faked bulbs on the market. As an approved partner you can guarantee the bulbs you are getting from ABD are the real deal. From the high precision filament to the sonically welded bases, these bulbs scream quality!Off Road Only
Unfortunately, with all this power and a white light these bulb can't be approved by the EU for road use. They do produce a 100% correct beam pattern and colour of light. So when it comes to other road users you have nothing to worry about.OSRAM Quality
Osram has been designing lights since 1906. Constantly innovating and changing the lighting marketing. In the 1950's Osram had succeeded in reaching the top of the industrial sector in light as a leader in technology. Since 1954 they have been based in Munich where they spent the following decades as the leading force in driving the development of countless innovative lighting technologies forward. When it comes to automotive lighting most cars roll out of the factory with Osram bulbs installed. With all this history and an OEM status you know you're getting a good quality product.
|Bulb Fitment This is the normal identification that you would find in your owners manual.||H1|
|Technology The type of technology the bulb uses as its' light source||
|Purpose This is the category of the bulb. It may be Max Vision or just a standard replacement or even off road etc.||
Vision & Style
|Voltage Nearly all cars and motorcycles run on a 12V (Volts). Trucks and many larger vehicles run on a 24V (Volts).||12V|
|Application Where the bulb is going on the car & what it’s for. Sidelight, Stop & Tail etc||
|Approx Light Output Increase This % denotes the increase in light over a standard bulb fitted.|
|Wattage The Wattage output of the bulbs.||
|Warranty The amount of time the bulb can be replaced if it fails.||
|Approx Bulb Life (hours) How many hours on average a bulb should last.||400-600 hrs|
|Approx Colour Temperature (Kelvin) Color temperature is an indication of colour and not to be confused with heat. Color temperatures over 5,000K are called cool co||
|Lumens Lumens (denoted by lm) are a measure of the total amount of visible light (to the human eye) from a bulb or light source|
|E Marked/Road Legal The estimated sign indicates that the packaging is filled according to the European Union Directive 76/211/EEC (amended by 2007/||
|Other Details Any relevant addidional information including guarantees etc.|
|Colour Output This is the colour to expect from the bulbs in the Kelvin Colour Temperature Scale. Examples would be 3000K as a warm yellow lig||
100% Whiter (5000K)
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