Durability and dependable LED lighting provides a solid-state, bulb-free headlamp design that impervious to damage from shock and vibration.
Provides a brighter, crisper and whiter light output, closer to the color temperature of daylight, dramatically improving light projection distance and overall visibility.
Amber/White Dual-Color Switchback LED Halo Rings function as Daytime Running Lights and Turn Signal Lights.
Plug & Play, LED Ballast, LED Canbus Ready (Built-In) & H4/H13 Adapter Included
Low Power Consumption, Life Span: 50000Hrs.
Low Voltage Protection, High precision Constant Current Driver Chip.
Integrated Cooling system with large rear cooling ribs for optimized heat dissipation.
Power: 80W/set; 40W/bulb.
Material: Die-Cast Aluminum Housing and Durable Polycarbonate Lens
Lumens: 9600 LM/Kit (High Beam) & 7200LM/Kit (Low Beam)
Dimension: 7" Dia.
LED Chip: CREE chips
Certifications: DOT approved, CE, RoHS, ISO9002, IP67
Please check your vehicles compatibility before ordering
-97-06 Jeep Wrangler TJ
-04-06 Jeep Wrangler LJ Unlimited
-07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK 2 Door
-07-18 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited JK 4 Door
-92-01 AM General Hummer
-03-09 Hummer H1 & H2
Land Rover Defender 90 & 110
Drop in replacement for #6014, 6015, 6016, H6024 and Par 56 headlamps
NOTE: 2017 - 2018 JKs with OEM LED headlights will require a headlight bracket for installation (Not Included)
One Pair of Xprite 7" 80W CREE LED Headlights With Halo For Jeep Wrangler JK TJ LJ
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Great product!! Not hard to install, especially with YouTube videos. Using an add-a-fuse was very helpful with getting the DRL’s to work on a 2012 Wrangler JKU. Working flawlessly and are very bright, plus the halos just look sweet. Would recommend.
So far these lights have been amazing!
I bought the Xprite 7" Inch Round 80W 9600 Lumens Hi/Lo Beam Cree LED Headlights With Halo Ring Angel Eyes DRL For Jeep Wrangler JK TJ LJ 1997 - 2017 (DOT Approved). For the most part it was a plug n play installation and the lights work great. However, not so much when it comes to the blinker and DRL function. If those things don't matter to you then, these are excellent lights imo. There are plenty of youtube videos for installation instructions, so I am not going to drag them across the coals for their 6x6 instruction card, which is completely useless. The deal breaker for me was to get the DRL and Blinker function to work you have to jury rig the red power wire from the harness across your engine and modify your fuse box. Not in my new Jeep! Returned. Some people are fine with that. If so, have at it and enjoy. They are much brighter than stock and looked great. I just kept thinking when I take this to get an oil change and the mechanic sees this red line going across my engine block they are going to throw my warranty straight into the fire. lol.
Nice and bright and compliments my gladiator grill
Easy install - Looks amazing - Super bright - HIGHLY suggest - Check out Jeep forums for install tips, but it's pretty simple!
Great lights for the money!! Easy to install! Comes with everything you need.
I dont review often, but it can be time consuming trying to find the right upgrades for your vehicle while balancing cost and value. Bought the 7" headlights for my 2015 Wrangler. First off, these were 300$ and to me are worth the price when compared to the top of the line. The JW speakers are the best in terms of quality, but they are also 6-700$. So, for less than half that you can get a nice upgrade. Pros: very bright, look really good/cool. Cons: (this is why they are half the price). Basic instructions (lack detail), lamp housing scratches easy (not made for hardcore off roaders), quality install requires soldering. If you want lights that are simple install and are super durable then stop here and go spend the 6-700$. But if youre like me, and this is your weekend vehicle with very light off roading, then save the money and buy these. Install: The install video on youtube says these plug right in. Yes, they do, but they dont latch, and you have to trim the clip a little to make them latch. (we could only get one.) So you will end up using tape to keep them connected. There is a yellow wire for the blinkers (halo blinker looks very cool, btw) which you will want to solder in with the blinker or it may come loose. The red wire is for ACC so the halos come on with the key. The install video says to connect these at the fuse box. This works, but its kind of "jenky" and may come loose. So this part will require some creativity if you want it to be a solid install and find a ACC wire under the dash. Will work both ways, but just depends on the quality of install you prefer. All in all, these were well worth 300$ and am very happy with them. Saving the 400$ not buying the JWâs allowed me to do fog lights and PIAA ion fogs, so it was a great upgrade all around. I give them 4 out of 5 for value. If the clips would have latched I wouldâve given them 5 stars.
Holy cow, these are awesome! Was not sure if i would like these, but i really do. They have dot and sae markings on them, so I'm guessing they are approved? Saw some people saying no, But mine have the markings. Instructions are pos. Still have not figured out the halo wires, but it has rained every day, so maybe tonight i can map out how to make em work on my 07 jk. Edit: so, the instructions I guess are fine, problem was finding an acc for my jeep jk that wasn't the cigarette lighter, or behind the steering column. They also flickered like crazy until i contacted customer support. They are great and fast at getting back to you. Sent me the fix for the flicker. Really love the lights. I get positive comments all the time now.
Amazing, everyone keeps stopping me asking what year the car is. I would recommend getting it professional installed, it is not plug and go. Soldering into the turn signal is needed and connecting a wire to the ACC fuse box for the daytime running halos is also needed.