Specifications per light.
Running ADVMonster.com Model 60 led light.
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Posted by Chris Hebert on 18th Nov 2019
I use these light on my Harley RoadGlide , travel dark roads in the middle of now where, these lights are amazing you could almost say turns night into daylight
Posted by MICHAEL B on 22nd Oct 2019
I have these mounted to my engine guards on my Triumph Tiger and have the "flip-up" amber lenses on them and they work GREAT! I haven't used Clearwater or Denali but I can't imagine they'd be better...these things are bright! I'm lighting up the sun with these!
Posted by Dirtbag on 12th Oct 2019
I have one fitted to my dirt bike. Best value for money against others i have used. Wire too short? If they supplied two meters someone would complain they wanted 3 metres! Brackets brake? Use the heavier duty brackets!
Posted by Bob on 20th Nov 2018
Super bright. Nice small package that looks great too. Wiring is adequate for just about any setup to get behind the dash area or a bit closer to the tank area. Wiring was easy to crimp on connectors to and get into a harness and finish the job.
Posted by Wide one on 11th May 2018
I purchased these as a replacement for a set of add on LED lighting I had purchased a few years back. I was able to mount these directly to the SW Motech mirror extenders, and then wired them to a Skene Control unit. They work as expected, and the only reason I gave them 4 stars instead of 5, is I would like to see a tighter beam. For the money, they work great.
Posted by Erik on 4th May 2018
I was a little reluctant to buy this light, having used Clearwater lights on my last bike, but so far the light is bright and even. The build quality is excellent. My only complaint is that the bracket is very limited. I ended up having to grind down my BMW fog light bracket to allow the ears to fit over the mounting point on the bracket. I twisted off one bolt trying to get it tight enough so the light wouldn't move. I ended up buying some heavier stainless bolts. The other issue I had was the light only comes with 1 meter of wire. Sounded like a lot, until I got the lights mounted and found I was two feet short of getting to the exCAN controller, which mounts under the rear passenger seat. Another trip to the store to find some 16ga wire so I could extend the wire, soldering and shrink tubing the connections. A typical farkel project I guess. Now with everything hooked up, the lights look good. Had to turn the brightness down to 20% with low beams to avoid blinding the oncoming traffic or attracting the police. High beams really light up an empty road. My first set of ADVmonster lights. Recommended.
Posted by Tom on 24th Apr 2018
I have a 2016 R1200R and bought these lamps to be seen during the day. I drive them with a Hex ezCan controller. Both the Model 60s and the exCan are well built and easy to install. The lights put out tons of bright light during the day and are very bright even at 60% intensity. I did ride last night for the 1st time with the lights set at their lowest ezCan setting of ~20% and I was worried they might be to bright for the cars in front of me. I can adjust their brightness with my BMW wonder wheel through the Hex ez Can controller. I would buy these lights again and highly recommend them.
I did purchase the amber lens for the Model 60 also to help to be noticed in traffic. The amber lens appear pale yellow from a far and did not have the distinct amber color that one seeks to be noticed.
Posted by KTM thrasher on 23rd Mar 2018
I bought these approx 4 years ago. Have had excellent use out of them. I run them during the day to be more visible. They have faded to a gold color.. I don't mind. They are as bright and reliable as what the others have said about them.. But, if you are going to use their factory mount and run them HARD off road.. you will eventually break the lenses and the mounts. One of the lights had a broken lens before this past weekend (cracked) but by the end of the weekend, both of the mounts broke right at the foot. I see they offer a stronger mount now.. I plan to buy 2 new ones with stronger mount. Again, only needed if you're beating your bike off road on a regular basis. These were on a 2011 KTM 990 Adventure.
Posted by Chris (WAY FAST WHITEY) Hebert on 4th Jul 2017
I am a LDR (long distance rider) and I travel many back road throughout the US @ night ,,, I have tried other lights and they really did nothing but make my bike more visible at night to cars which is a + ,,, I was wanting the Harley day maker fog lamps , $400 bucks heard they were bright,,, then I came across ADVmonster lights ,,,, lets just say I found the brand I will keep on my bike from now on ,,,,, I have them hooked to my brite light switch and when I turn them on it's like having 5x's more light ,,, I can see animals really good now and from a 1/4 mile are so distance away
Posted by Dennis AKA NachoRoto ADV. on 27th Apr 2017
I am not one to write reviews. So take this as the highest compliment to this product. I have had my lights so long, I don’t even know how old they are anymore. I wanna say 7 years, but I am not sure(definitely over 5). I have had them on my KLR, then moved to my VStrom and now they are getting moved to my 2017 R1200GS Adventure. I was not going to use them. They were so covered in bugs and mud I assumed they would look like crap. But I took them off the VStrom and washed them to sell. Once clean they looked as good as the day I bought them. No fading, scratches of fogging of the lenses. So on the GSA they will be. Great lights. Stupid bright. The best Bang for the buck you can get in lighting. At over 100,000 miles of use and they are as good as new.
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