Nilight LED Light Pods 2 Pcs 4-Inch 60W Spot & Flood Combo Driving Light, 2 Years Warranty
Regular price $20.99
These mounted fairly easy. The light output is great, but they are brighter than my headlights. I use them on forest roads or rural roads.
These are bright. And work well. Nilight seems to be a pretty good product. No big issues with radio interference either
Really bright lights. Flood Spot Combo is great for my motorcycle.
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I attached the nilight lights to the front bullbar and to top rack, excellent lighting for early morning, camping, fishing
According to other reviewers, these are supposedly "Very" bright. I don't feel they are all that bright but will do what I need. Haven't had in the rain/snow yet to test if they resist water and condensation.Seem to be of decent quality, time will tell.
Lights work great very bright used them as back up lights on my 04 ford f350 now I can see everything behind me and my backup camera is like daylight at night would recommend buying them
I ordered the two pack lights, mounts, and wiring harness from Nilight, and so far they have exceeded my expectations. I’m utilizing them as ditch lights for my Subaru, and they perform well in dense fog and rain, especially on the small back roads and trails. I’ve not had them long, but the build quality is sound and installation was very easy.I will update this as time and usage continues!
This is a nice light. It's bright, and has good flood coverage. However, the "60 watt" claim in the specs is so far off it's criminal. Yes, I understand that other sellers are doing the same thing, and that it's a race of sorts.Measured watts with a Fluke meter is 14.338. That's with 13.4 volts from a large LiFePO4 battery, current draw for one light is 1.07 amps. Formula is Watts = Current X Voltage. The ad copy claim for wattage is only about 400% over stated. The only reason I'm giving this light a 4 star rating, is it's a good light! Oh, and at the low current draw, if you're using 18 AWG or larger wire, in most installations there's no need for a relay.