View Full Version : Ebay has super cheap Raybrig H4 light on sale!?
04-17-2001, 09:33 PM
FYI: I don't know the seller! Howver, I have been using these the same bulbs for over 1.5 yr now!!
I found this name brand very expensive in local retail shops. And it's only $33 right now!
Check it out your self:
Unique white lighting light of the HID it implements the overwhelming brightness impression. Cellar high color temperature white halogen.
* With the special coating processing which consists of the metal substance, limit HID The white lighting light which closely resembles and the high color temperature halogen valve which overtakes brightness. (H4 maru low-beam color temperature = 3,850 K Kelvin)
* By the same electric power consumption as genuine headlight and high wattage look of Brightness.
* Being the relay harness unnecessary, battery burden cancellation.
* Installation one touch. Even in headlight of resin lens installing yes Talent.
*HID High intensity With abbreviation of the Discharge, it is the high pressure discharge lamp which is called with alias name of the discharge lamp and the xenon lamp etc. This product, in order to be able to represent the lighting light of the HID, is the halogen valve which administers special coating. The HID there is not, directly a relationship such as illumination principle.
Does anyone understand what this guy is saying??? i have read a lot of car lighting ads and i have never seen one this bad
04-17-2001, 10:18 PM
whoa... is that an actual quote? i mean, someone wrote that with the intention of transmitting knowledge to another sentient and non-schizophrenic being?!?!?!
or is this an elaborate AYB joke?
04-17-2001, 10:19 PM
Not to totally dis the guy who is selling these, but if you look at the photo:
It doesn't seem to be any real improvement in terms of distance or range as far as illumination. All it does it "white out" your field of vision. I would suspect that this makes it more dangerous as it could actually mask road hazards and also blind the driver just ahead of you.
Perhaps I am wrong and I would appreciate input from someone who has seen them in person.
04-17-2001, 10:20 PM
Originally posted by TommyBoomfiger
[Quote]* Installation one touch. Even in headlight of resin lens installing yes Talent.
i mean for chrissake, even the crappiest translation software shouldn't be sticking the word "yes" all willy-nilly into the middle of a sentence!
04-17-2001, 10:32 PM
I just got some bulbs for my Nissan 240sx 1998 and they are H1 bulbs and NOT H4. The price isnt that great to be honest. PIAA sells theirs in the stores for 60 for both bulbs (30 dollars per bulb) and they are considered my many as the #1 choice.
PIAAs are great, but try CATZ, they offer a better warrenty including impact damage. dont know how long the warrenty is though.
04-18-2001, 12:24 AM
my friend has those rediculously light headlights
its more just to blind people that tick him off then anything, you can see a little better but its definately not necessary.
04-18-2001, 01:06 AM
I just email that Ebay user and I was told that it's $33 for 2 bulbs; one pair! So, I really think it's good deal.
I brought these bulbs from one of the site below, and it was $60 back then!!!! Guess what?! They are worth the money! At last, I have better night vision!!
By the way, Raybrig in Japan is actually Stanley in US!
Other sites are selling these for:
04-18-2001, 02:32 AM
Uh yeah... both people promoting these things have registered on G|A today. What a coincidence.
04-18-2001, 02:45 AM
I agree. If you want to get hits on your auction and get some bids, sell something worthwhile.
What you are doing is very cheap and unfortunately very obvious. but...hey..thanks for the GREAT deal. NOT!
04-18-2001, 02:50 AM
I guess some people can't resist hopping in when it comes to exciting lighting discussions. Why, I know every time a light in my truck burns out, it gets changed. My left turn signal went out about a month ago. Fixed it in less than a week. Geee...light bulbs....huh....neat.
04-18-2001, 03:34 AM
If you want some serious lights, spend the extra scratch and get PIAA super Plasmas. I have them, and they are as close to HID as you can get for under 100 bucks.
04-18-2001, 04:53 AM
I noticed that onair, expert_mode, and the Ebay seller have other things in common like not being able to spell or use proper English. They must have been staring at those highlights too long!
[Edited by Gotdeals on 04-18-2001 at 10:36 AM]
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