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Do you have a pile of cheap broken flashlights like I do? It seems like I m always replacing my flashlights but I don t throw out the broken ones thinking I ll try to fix them and end up with a pile of them. I usually buy the cool ones you see at the checkout counter but they never seem to last. I find it interesting why LED flash lights don t last longer than a few months, after all a flashlight is very simple and should last a long time. I finally broke down and bought a good flashlight that was twice as much and it s lasted for years. The one thing about flash lights is that when you need them you really need and expect them to work. So why do so many break?
Even though a flashlight is very simple when it s built with cheap parts it will not last long. Aftermarket headlights and jump starters are exactly the same. The industry is full of cheap headlights that plague the buyer with issues and don t work when you really need them.
To better explain what makes a product cheap consider a simple resistor. Resistors are produced in the billions. After manufacturing they are tested and separated into several grades from very low to very high grade. The lower grades are only 5 cents on the dollar. By putting cheap parts into any electronic device you significantly reduce it s lifespan. When you purchase an inexpensive headlight kit you re buying very low grade internal parts.
Purchasing inexpensive electronics is a personal choice but when it comes to safety items such as headlights and jump starters you can afford to not buy high quality products. Like the high quality flashlight I purchased that has lasted years instead of months and provided consistent reliable light when I need it so will a high quality headlight.
Where to buy headlights?
Here at BFXenon, you will find the best LED and HID conversion kits. BFXenon was founded in 2008 and
have been manufacturing and selling premi
um HID and LED Headlight Kits and Jump Starters. All of our products are made of quality materials that ensure longevity and efficiency. All of our technology is updated and we are always improving them.
What are LED and HID headlights?
You will find a selection of headlights for cars. You can also find your headlight replacements right here on our website. We carry LED and HID headlight bulbs for any year, model, and make.
From there we can help you purchase the HID or LED headlight kits suitable for your car.
Learn more about what makes our headlights different from the rest.
LED (Light Emitting Diodes) is a lighting system present in most electronics. As compared to HID and halogen it lasts longer than those two and are very efficient. In BFXenon all the LED headlights adopted a fanless and full-sealed design that is water and dust proof. The headlights are convenient to use due to its high temperature protection system. As compared to other LED headlights in the market is three times longer than most brands.
Know more about our LED headlights in depth here.
HID (High Intensity Discharge) alternatively Xenon emit brighter light as compared to halogen. Once called the future of headlights, HID is still in the market as it continually improves. An HID requires a ballast for it to work. Our HID technology is up-to-date, and the bulbs guarantee no fading in the long run.
Both of these lighting systems are on our website, when you re ready to switch from your halogen headlights to something better.
Learn more about the HID headlight kits we offer here.
What is the brightness of your headlights?
Our HID headlights illuminate 3,800 Lumens. Meanwhile our LED headlight bulbs are 3,500 lumens (which is the highest achievable lumens possible). For those wanting the absolute brightest you ll need to select HID. LEDs have an output limit of 3,500 so don t believe anyone who tells you differently.
What headlight bulb do I need?
It will depend on the make, year, and model of your car. The lights are the same only the base of the bulb is different to fit the specific lens in your car.
Which headlights would you recommend for my vehicle?
That s a great question and here s how I would answer that As a rule I would definitely recommend LED headlights (ours not others and absolutely never one with a fan or moving parts) because they are simpler to install and last longer.
The exceptions to the rule would be 1) H1 and H3 bulb sizes are two small for LED so you ll need HID, 2) you need or want the extra 300 lumens of brightness you get with HID and 3) if you re in a climate with lots of snowing you may want HID because they will warm the headlight and melt the snow unlike LED and you ll need to brush the snow off your headlights.