Harlequins kicked off their European Challenge Cup campaign with a dominant 43-21 defeat of Stade Francais at The Stoop.
Tim Visser and James Chisholm each scored a brace of tries, while Joe Marler, Joe Marchant and Marland Yarde also crossed the whitewash.
The hosts enjoyed a rapid start, with Marler crashing over inside five minutes, and John Kingston's side had a bonus point wrapped up before half time.
Fly-half Tim Swiel kicked six points, while his replacement Ruaridh Jackson converted Yarde's late effort.
Stade struggled to get going in west London, but Sekou Macalou got them on the scoresheet before the end of the first half and they rallied in the second.
Indeed, tries from Clement Daguin and Willem Alberts -- both converted by Jules Plisson, as Macalou's had been -- gave the visitors hope of a bonus point.
However, they were unable to find a fourth try as Quins instead stretched their lead with a late, seventh score.