Light intensity

Xenon bulbs gives up to four times as much light as a regular incandescent bulb with the same power consumption. Xenon bulbs comes in a range of colours, from 3000K (yellow) to 8000K (blue-ish) and more. We only carry bulbs in the street legal colours, 4300K (white) and 6000K (white with a hint of blue).
Facts about Xenon

Xenon and bi-xenon (HID)

HID stands for "high-intensity discharge". This is a technical term for an electric arc and that discharge that exist in an arc-lamp. For cars and trucks, the HID-lamps are mostly called xenon or bi-xenon (same xenon-bulb for both high- and low beam) because the bulbs are filled with xenon gas. Xenon gas is used because it's a gas that's relatively quickly recheas it's optimal operating temperature. Another gas that's commonly used is argon. However, this gas is mostly used for street lamps and requires several minutes before it's optimal temperature is reached.