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EVERYTHING YOU KNOW ABOUT LEDS,

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THESE THINGS ARE GAME CHANGERS

NOTE THE CAST VERTICAL FINS ON THE REAR OF THE LIGHT. THESE SHOULD AID IN HEAT DISPERSION.

WHAT’S NEW ABOUT THESE THINGS?

and spot beams are individually switchable, so you can light up those long stretches of outback highway at night and then simply run the spread beams when it’s time to hit the low-range tracks. There’s also a parker light function for that “check me out with my cool new LEDs” factor.

• There’s a couple of design features on this light (apparently there’s a swear-jar in the Xray Vision factory for those who call it a lightbar) that have us excited to check this thing out in the flesh. The rear of the light body has cast vertically lined • Xray Vision also cooling fins that are reckon that their purportedly a lot lights have been more efficient than rated to IP67, which the more commonly is a fancy way of seen horizontal saying they’re sealed extrusions on normal against dust and lightbars. Makes water ingress. sense when you think that heat rises... • Finally, the mounting brackets • The other big ticket are apparently item is the fact pretty nifty bits of that the spread

gear, allowing full adjustability of the light in all directions, so you can angle it exactly where you want to be lit up. Like we said, we can’t wait to get our hands on one of these bad boys to see how it fares in the real world.

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