|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.5 x 4.9 x 2.2 inches|
|Item model number||9004NHP/BP2|
|Manufacturer Part Number||9004NHPBP2|
GE Lighting 9004NHP/BP2 Nighthawk Platinum Halogen Replacement Bulb, 2-Pack
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- GE NIGHTHAWK PLATINUM headlights provide up to 90% more light than GE standard halogen bulbs to let you see what's ahead
- Clean, white light allows for better visibility and contrast
- DOT (Department of Transportation) compliant for street legal lighting
- Easy to install in minutes. Replaces standard 9004 high/low beam bulb. Just plug them in and go.
- Look to replace headlamps in pairs to ensure uniform light and life performance
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|Item Dimensions||4.9 x 5.5 x 2.2 in||5.3 x 5.5 x 1.8 in||1.81 x 5.12 x 5.08 in||5 x 5 x 1.75 in||2.13 x 5.88 x 6.5 in||—|
|Light Source Type||—||Halogen||—||Halogen||—||Halogen|
|Part Type ID||2796||—||11701||—||2796||—|
|Wattage||—||55 watts||65 watts||65 watts||65||55 watts|
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Get up to 90 percent more light on the road with GE NIGHTHAWK PLATINUM headlights compared to standard halogen headlights. GE's Brightest automotive halogen headlights improve visibility where you need it most - on the road. The innovative design combined with a platinum colored tip and blue skirted coating improve whiteness for better contrast while providing a high-end premium look. Drive with confidence. Drive with GE NIGHTHAWK PLATINUM headlights.
|General Electric's Nighthawk Platinum series of replacement halogen headlamps are the ultimate solution to the danger of poor lighting conditions on the road. Easily installed by auto professionals and do-it-yourselfers alike, this 2-pack of bulbs is suitable for a wide variety of vehicle models and is capable of providing up to 90% more light than standard headlights, making it a must have for any driver experiencing dimming headlights, or simply interested in minimizing the chance of an accident due to poor visibility. |
Despite the fact that traffic levels generally drop at night, the fact remains that year after year nearly half of the total accidents that occur on U.S. roads and highways take place at night. Wherever these nighttime accidents occur, one factor is always the possibility of compromised and even poor road lighting conditions. This is why every motorist should consider GE's Nighthawk Platinum series of auto halogen replacement bulbs.
GE's Nighthawk Platinum headlamps produce clean white light resulting in up to 90% more light on the road than standard halogen headlamps. Department of Transportation compliant, Nighthawk Platinum bulbs are available in a variety of sizes making them usable on many different models of vehicles, ensuring motorists of maximum light on the road and confidence, regardless of driving conditions.
2-pack of GE Nighthawk 9004NHP/BP2 Platinum replacement bulbs.
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*GE Nighthawk Platinum headlamps produce up to 90% more light on the road than standard halogen headlamps in areas illuminated with more than 15,000/40,000 candela (low beam/high beam).
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The reason i added the Phillip's X-Treme Visions into this review is because I bought them both in the same order to do a comparison test with to see which bulbs were brighter, whiter etc because they were the two I was debating over. Now I had originally thought that I was going to put the Phillips in the Hi's and GE's in the lows because I figured the Phillips would be brighter (I do a lot of dark country road driving where there is an overabundance of deer/wild life) but i ended up doing the exact opposite because the GE's in my opinion gave off a whiter light.
I tried both bulbs in the hi/low beams on one side vs the original OEM bulbs and let me tell you i wasn't that impressed at all. They were brighter, but not by much and the temperature wasn't substantially whiter. The GE's claimed up to a 90% increase and the Phillips up to a 110% increase over standard halogens. In my particular application I would say they were both 20% brighter. The one thing i do like about these bulbs is they light up further down road, I would say I got a 30% further beam and a 15% wider beam with both bulbs.
In my honest opinion if you own a brand new car and your bulbs haven't gone out yet, don't bother buying these thinking you’re going to get a substantial upgrade because you'll be disappointed. I can imagine though in older vehicles where the bulb quality might be lower these would be a substantial upgrade.
In my honest review and after about an hour or two of testing I would honestly rate these two bulbs evenly with the GE's giving off a slightly whiter light so for the price difference definitely get the GE's. I paid $17 and change for the GE's and $28 and change for the Phillips. Lastly, I'm not going to bother uploading any pictures because I don't think you'll even be able to see a difference in the photos.
Conclusion: If you own an older vehicle with lower quality bulbs both of these would be a good choice as a replacement, if you own a new vehicle and you’re looking for a upgrade look elsewhere. Also if your buying either of these thinking your even remotely going to get that HID 6500k diamond whitish blue temperature, you will be sadly disappointed, this is more of a 4500k white.
If you are looking for bulbs to actually increase visibility clarity and distance then these bulbs are amazing. If you are looking just for "white" light output then look elsewhere. I'd highly recommend them for those purchasing from a safety standpoint. The improvement is VERY obvious once you get onto a dark road where there are no street lamps around.
Keep in mind these bulbs are only rated for 125 hours. They will not last anywhere near as long as oem bulbs but the output improvement is far worth it to me. Can't put a price on safety.
A little backstory. I had gone thru THREE sets of Sylvania Silverstar Ultras before I decided to go elsewhere. Great bulbs, but longevity is NOT one of their strong suits. They do, however, have a one year warranty so I would just keep my receipts from my local auto parts store and bring them in for exchange when they inevitably became defective. On my third exchange the store manager informed me they couldn't do it anymore(they marked my receipts each time) and I decided to take my business elsewhere.
By coincidence I found these bulbs on an Amazon Gold Box Deal of the Day just when I was researching new bulbs. I had enough of the Ultra's longevity issues and heard decent things about the Nighthawks. I have trouble seeing at night and my factory bulbs were dangerously weak. The Ultras fixed that problem completely and made my car look a little nicer. The Nighthawks aren't quite as bright, but definately close! I'm not a lighting-geek so I can't tell you what temperature the light are or spread patterns, but I will say it clearly lights the road enough that I don't have to drive around with the high-beams on.
I was hoping to get much better durability than with the Ultras, but it seems they are only marginally better. I got such a good deal on them I didn't think about checking the warranty, but I'm done playing the swap-a-bulb game. I'm going to try a more conservative light bulb this time around and see if I can get more life out of them. Maybe something in the middle? Just for note- I always wear latex gloves when installing the bulbs so I don't get any oils from my fingers on them which significantly shortens a bulb's lifespan.