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Great looking lights in a small package. Fantastic light output for their purpose - good reach with nice wide, flat beam.
2006 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon
I'm new to LED lighting after a recent headlight upgrade to LED and these are first auxiliary light upgrades to my Rubicon. I was very excited about getting these lights for everyday use on the streets. The wide flat beam does a great job of complementing my headlights, filling the weak spots ahead and to the sides without blinding oncoming traffic. Installation was a breeze and the quality is remarkable. I'm definitely now a Rigid fan but between my Jeep and the boat, could become an addict. Well done, Rigid Industries!
36 people found this review helpful.
The best beam pattern.
1998 Chevrolet Suburban
This light has the perfect beam pattern. It has a long rang huge oval for high speed driving. And it has a very intense wide driving beam for seeing at close range. This light is bright. In fact it is the brightest light I have ever used. Just one on the front of the Storm chasing truck is plenty. It's at least 4 times brighter than my Hella 4000 Euro beams on my pickup. And the Hellas are 9 inches. Not to mention there are 2 of them. If you have a truck, Jeep or anything you need a very easy standard installation this light is for you. With 2 of them bolted on your truck you will have more light than you need for almost any situation. Pair this light with a few scene lights around your truck and you will look like a mobile airport.
15 people found this review helpful.
The most impressive light I own.
1998 Chevrolet Suburban
Every off-roading or emergency truck needs these lights. The beam pattern is so wide that you can light up half the mountain you are trying to climb. Or the entire disaster area with just one light. With only 9 LEDS its light output makes you think it has 40 LEDS. The lights that we replaced had a total of 12 LEDs in 2 lights. There is no comparison. The light had a working range of over 200ft. I was standing at a measured 200ft mark and could still run a chainsaw or use any other tool. I tested the light in complete darkness. This light would be more desirable in a trail situation than any other light in my opinion. When you are navigating tight trails going up and down hills this is your light. Get 1 scene light for the trails and a R2 46 for high speed driving. Nothing will out shine you. I have had hella 4000 Euro beams, fog, pencil, and Warn driving beams . PIAA spot beams, KC spot beams. Rigid Hyperspot, flood, diffused, combo Hyperspot driving beams. Saying all that. If I was on the trails the scene light would be the first light I purchased. It is amazingly bright.
22 people found this review helpful.