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H4656 Bulbs


Contrary to popular opinion, H4656 bulbs or halogen lights are not exclusively for high-end cars and our selection of halogen bulbs at Brandsport can easily prove that. As you browse through our selections, you’ll notice that the rates we’ve provided are the most competitive in the market. Not only that, but also have the most diversified selection available online. If it’s your first time choosing a H4656 bulb for your car, you need not worry about ending up with the wrong purchase at Brandsport. We strive hard never to let that happen by providing additional resources for our shoppers.
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Which bulb is Whiter or Brighter?

Sylvania H4656 Headlight Bulb Silverstar Halogen Sold Individually #H4656ST
Sylvania H4656 Headlight Bulb XtraVision Halogen Sold Individually #H4656XV
Wagner Lighting H4656 Headlight Bulb Halogen Bulb Sold Individually #H4656
Wagner Lighting H4656 Headlight Bulb BriteLite Xenon Sold Individually #H4656BL


For H4656 bulbs, for instance, we’ve made sure that you’re able to compare them by brand. We currently carry three of the best brands for H4656 products, and these are Wagner, Sylvania, and PIAA. We have a table or chart that allows you to compare all three brands on the most essential factors like color, Kelvin, and lifespan. We also took note if certain products offer limited warranty – which is always a good thing to impress your insurance companies with. Now, one thing you should remember is that not all h4656 headlight bulbs may be suitable for the vehicle you’re driving. But again, we’ve thought of that already and took care of it by giving you an optional guide for Lamp Replacement. Just indicate the company and year of your vehicle and we’ll do the rest. In choosing halogen bulbs, you need to consider how much brightness you want from them. Is it the type that can blind people coming from the other side? There are certainly light bulbs powerful enough to do so, but they’re not exactly safe for driving in high-risk roads.