Are you ready for your next Motorcycle Adventure?
The primary to support your ride visibility will be a trustworthy light source with the best performance. No matter riding in the snowing season, or in the raining day and even foggy area, the trustworthy auxiliary lights for motorcycles can guarantee your safety!
What’s the key element finding out the BEST Auxiliary Lights for Motorcycles?
Water Proof: IP Ratings provide a classification on the light enclosure. IP ratings not only telling you how durable the light, but also what it can keep out. Prepare to ride in the outdoor with harsh weather? First, check the light stability. Second, capacity in all-weather conditions.
Here are the comparisons of the various brands Auxiliary light for IP rating:
Ref.: What is an IP rating defined in international standards?
How to define the degree of ingress protection?
Chip material: Essential material for light brightness.
Every LED light manufacturer claims they are using the best also top quality material with their Auxiliary lights for motorcycle.
But how to distinguish the KEY material is the BEST one?
LED chips are the KEY light source!
A big brand like CREE makes millions of LEDs that are classified (and then priced) for their quality. This quality determines the quality of the light, power, consistency, and reliability.
The XHP50 is part of CREE’s “Extreme High Power” class of LEDs. Once again, it’s shaped like a dome and at 5×5 mm, it’s a bit larger. It achieves DOUBLE the output of the popular XM-L2, at an impressive 2546 lumens.
Ref.: Why CREE LED Chip XHP50 Light for Motorcycle?
The Best CREE LED Comparison: https://lightsngear.com/best-cree-led-comparison/
Standard: LED lights are very bright at night it causes to blind your opponent, and prone to accident. Also, there are auxiliary led-lights available in the market.
That the beam of the light does not directly point to the eye, and yet it points downward.
Besides, here’s a quick primer on how to compare the AUX. light in the market:
BRIGHTSTARTW Aux. light now is E13 E mark ECE R113 certification passed with TUV lab.
** The E-mark is a United Nations mark for approved vehicles and vehicle components sold into the EU.
** The E-Mark is the regulations issued by the Economic Commission for Europe (referred to as ECE).
Ref.: What is e-marking?
The Regulatory Standards: https://www.jwspeaker.com/blog/regulatory-standards/
We hope after going through this topic very detailed can make sure you can find the good lighting solution.
Finally, we would love to share BRIGHTSTARTW worldwide customer installation experiences as below:
For the installation on a motorcycle:
From Steady Moto installation:
For the customer’s review:
Best fog lamps I’ve tested so far!
These are by far the best. Being able to have a constantly on DRL ring is excellent. These lights are fantastically bright and do everything I need them to. Can’t recommend them enough.
Better than good!
In fact, they are fantastic. I purchased two sets, one with the DRLs for my 990 and a set without DRls for my 690.I replaced the original lights in my Baja 990 with these and can’t be happier. I did find that the non-DRL versions were a bit brighter than the DRL versions; both work fantastic and are very high quality.
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