Motorbike Spotlights - 10W CREE LED - High Quality Super Bright with Aluminium Housing for Motorbikes Trikes Quads
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Super Bright 10w CREE LED Spotlights
These high quality Universal Spotlights have an aluminium casing and a super bright 10W CREE LED Chip which is made in the USA. They are small and compact, but throw out a lot of light and due to their low wattage, they can be used on any vehicle without having to upgrade your electrical system.
These spotlights can also be wired directly into your high beam or can be used on a seperate switch. All the mounting hardware is made from stainless steel and the light housing itself is made of aluminium. As a result, these spotlights are sturdily designed and will suit fussy buyers.
- Multi-volt: 9v - 60v
- 10 watt CREE Chip
- Light Output: Approx 900LM
- Aluminium Housing
- Waterproof Rating: IP67
- Waterproof Wire Connector Plug
- Stainless Steel Mounting Hardware
- For dimensions, please refer to photos
- Sold in Pairs (you will receive 2 x lights with brackets & mounting bolts)
- These spotlights are not e-marked / homologated
N.B. This kit no-longer comes with the extra 15cm wire. However, all you need to do is cut off the connector that is on the end of the existing wire and crimp it in to your existing headlight dipped beam loom.
The fitting of bright LED Daytime running lights to vehicles has actually made motorcycling more dangerous because now drivers are only looking for something car size or above that is lit up like an Ocean Liner. In a bid to fight back and make my bike more visible (and to help headlight at night with a wider spread of light) I fitted a pair of these to the rear view mirror mounting on the handlebars, which gets them high off the road out of the way of dirt, and also higher up makes for better visibility by other road users. I am very happy with the results, people I ride with all say how effective they are, highly visible even in bright sunlight (much more visible than my headlight).
Only weak point is where the mounting lug dovetails onto the main body of lamp, the dovetail is loose and only am M3 screw holding it - I ended up gluing the dovetail together with epoxy (and the screw) and have not had a problem with it.