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Halogen Bulbs -Philips WeatherVision
 

WeatherVision / AllWeather - Better visibility in poor weather

It has been proven that yellowish light reflects less light back to the drivers eyes (from the road and spray) thus improving visibility in bad weather conditions and enhancing safety and security.

Suitable for:
Drivers who find it difficult to see in bad weather (rain, snow & fog) and wish to improve safety and security.

Characteristic:
Multi layer coating producing a yellowish white light that enhances visibility in bad weather conditions.

Halogen bulbs with UV Block Quartz glass that eliminates harmful UV rays thereby protecting plastic headlamps.

Application:
Conforms to regulation ECE R37 approved for use on roads in Europe and 9004/9005/9006 fully approved for use in the USA.  It is suitable for all cars fitted with Halogen bulbs and aimed at giving extra performance and safety in bad weather conditions.

 

Bulb Size Description Wattage Price (Each)  
9004/HB1 Philips WeatherVision / All Weather 45/65W $12
9005/HB3 65W $12
9006/HB4 55W $12
9007/HB5 55/65W $12

 

WeatherVision - Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between an WeatherVision and Allweather?
Technically speaking: none. Allweather is the European name for WeatherVision.

Why is good quality car lighting so important?
Because it saves lives. Better lighting leads to earlier and improved recognition of objects, cyclists, pedestrians, road workers, etc. Earlier and improved recognition of traffic signs and road markings is also vitally important to accident prevention. Therefore, better lighting delivers an active contribution to road safety and driver comfort, and can save lives. This is in contrast to such items as air bags, which are purely passive safety measures and do not prevent accidents.

Can I exchange my existing bulbs against a pair of Weathervision?
Of course! The bulbs are easily exchangeable and perfectly safe and legal to use on the road.


Additional Information:

What's the difference between All Weather, WeatherVision, All Season, Azzurro and Gold/Yellow bulbs?



Prior to installation, it always a good idea to wipe the glass surface with a clean lint free cloth and rubbing alcohol regardless of whether or not the glass surface was touched by your fingers.
 

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