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We saved you the trouble by featuring only the best Halogen kits which we at BulbFacts highly recommend from our extensive lab and road testing.

Updated December 21st, 2018

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The Brightest Low Beam Halogen Kit for reflectors

Best for Reflector Style Headlights in low beams

OSRAM Night Breaker Unlimited

This Halogen Upgrade kit far exceeds the standard when it comes to lighting, and even beats out the newer Night Breaker Lasers and Laser Next Gen models! The color is a bit whiter while being much brighter at the same time, and maintains our #1 rating for the brightest low-beam halogen kit available.

  • 3.7 Star Overall Rating
  • +29% More Low-Beam Light (2240 Peak Hotspot/Distance vs 1735 for Stock)
  • 3210 Total Lumens/kit (vs 3008 for Stock)
  • 3700k Color Temperature vs 3425k for Stock
  • $20 - $34 Cost
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The Brightest High Beam Halogen Kit for reflectors

Best for Reflector Style Headlights in high beams

Flosser High Wattage

This very reasonably priced kit from the small German company Flosser really shines bright in your high beam headlights. We don't normally recommend going with a high-wattage kit, however since the high-beams are not used too much, there is minimal worry about wires melting, so we are very comfortable in recommending this amazing little kit!

  • 4.5 Star Overall Rating
  • +41% More High-Beam Light (4300 Peak Hotspot/Distance vs 3050 for Stock)
  • 3812 Total Lumens/kit (vs 3008 for Stock)
  • 3450k Color Temperature vs 3425k for Stock
  • $20 - $34 Cost
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The Brightest Low Beam  & OVERALL Halogen Kit for projectors

Best for Projector Style Headlights in low beams

BOSCH GIGALIGHT PLUS 120%

This kit from Bosch is the only one we could find, but it was the brightest in a projector in both low and high beams, although the Sylvania Silverstar Ultra beat it out by 1% in the high beams. Overall a fantasic upgrade for your dim headlights! If you can't find this kit in your size (as they are limited), check out the HELLA +50 Performance, as it was only 2% behind in peak low-beam brightness.

  • 5.1 Star Overall Rating
  • +24% More Low-Beam Light (1474 Peak Hotspot/Distance vs 1190 for Stock)
  • 3404 Total Lumens/kit (vs 3128 for Stock)
  • 3575k Color Temperature vs 3425k for Stock
  • $20 - $34 Cost
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The Brightest High Beam Halogen Kit for projectors

Best for Projector Style Headlights in high beams

Sylvania Silverstar Ultra

The most popular kit in the US, Sylvania Silverstar Ultra's produce a great beam in reflectors, but an incredible beam in a high-beam projector. If your looking to upgrade your low beam projectors, check out other models as they were dimmer in that configuration.

  • 4.4 Star Overall Rating
  • +42% More High-Beam Light (5470 Peak Hotspot/Distance vs 3840 for Stock)
  • 3252 Total Lumens/kit (vs 3128 for Stock)
  • 3675k Color Temperature vs 3425k for Stock
  • $35 - $49 Cost
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The Best 'Xenon Look' Upgrade for any Style Headlights

OSRAM Cool Blue Hyper

This upgrade kit won't win you any brightness awards, but it will look as good or better than vehicles that feature xenon bulbs in terms of the color. It has an astonishing pure white color temperature of about 4700k, while being much brighter than other models like the PIAA xenon models. If you want an even 'bluer' kit, check out the Philips Diamond Vision, as that sits right at 5500k, but isn't quite as bright as this kit.

  • 1.3 Star Overall Rating
  • 31% Less Low-Beam Light
  • 45% Less Total Lumens/kit
  • 4700k Color Temperature vs 3425k for Stock
  • $35 - $49 Cost
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The Best Xenon Color match for Fogs or High Beams

OSRAM Cool Blue Advance

If your vehicle features stock Xenon Main Beam Headlights, and you're looking to match your fog lights or high beams to the color, although not the brightest available, this kit is a near perfect color match at 4350k. Most OE Xenon floats around 4300k. If you have upgraded to a different Xenon bulb however, check our HID OE Chart to be sure to find a match.

  • 1.1 Star Overall Rating
  • 29% Less Low-Beam Light
  • 48% Less Total Lumens/kit
  • 4350k Color Temperature vs 3425k for Stock (& 4300k for typical HID/Xenon bulbs)
  • $20 - $34 Cost
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