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The Brightest Headlights & The Smallest LED Headlight Bulbs

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Headlights are probably one of the most essential safety gadgets in your car. Their importance is even more pronounced when you happen to drive more at night hours. They are one of those necessities that you may not give thought to, well, not until they’re fading or gone. When the road ahead of you becomes foggy, driving under such conditions is often difficult and dangerous. Poor lighting condition while driving often results in accidents, when it is foggy or at night-time. Having the appropriate LED headlight bulbs for your car is definitely some kind of personal basic safety measure. Many car owners are getting headlights that will serve them in all kinds of weather conditions when they are traveling.


The LED headlight bulbs technology is the latest innovation used for manufacturing the brightest headlights of vehicles. LED is an acronym for Light Emitting Diode. LED headlight bulbs have several technological advantages over its competitors, i.e. Halogen headlights. Therefore, they have become extremely popular in the passenger automobile industry. LED headlight bulbs produce a superior range of vision and brightest headlights which help car owners save tons of money over the lifespan of a car. Therefore, it’s not surprising they are becoming more visible on our roads.


Since LED headlight bulbs are increasing in popularity over halogen lamps, many automobile manufacturers and car owners are switching to this efficient option. Here are some reasons why LED headlight bulbs are preferred over Halogen lamps as the brightest headlight bulbs;


Benefits OF LED Headlight Bulbs


Energy Efficiency

LED headlights bulbs are produced with superior strength and efficiency when compared to halogen lamps. They have a very high degree of illumination and can produce the brightest headlights and pure beam of light which will help you have a clearer view of the road in the dark.


Despite having a high degree of brightest headlights illumination, LED headlight bulb use lesser energy compared to halogen lamps, while their brightness can be up to 280% brighter than halogen lamps. And their energy consumption is about 85% lower.


Extended Life

LED headlight bulbs are manufactured with top quality materials. Even with consistent use. An LED headlight bulb can last for several years, which are considerably better than the regular halogen bulbs. LED headlight bulbs are less susceptible to malfunctions or failure compared to halogen lamps, their average lifespan is ten times that of the halogen lamps. LED headlight bulbs have an average lifespan of 32000-52000 hours or even longer while an average halogen lamp may last just for 1000 hours.


Easy to Install

LED headlight bulbs are very easy to install. As the plug type id the same size as the halogen bulbs. However, most LED headlight bulbs size are larger than the halogen bulbs because they have the cooling fans, or large housing to dissipate heat, drivers, or CANBUS drivers to keep the bulbs working in the normal way. Thus, the small size LED headlight bulb whose size is the same as the halogen bulbs may be a good choice for you. You don’t need any special skills or the assistance of a mechanic to get them installed. You can easily install them successfully within 30 minutes to one hour.


The most important advantage that LED headlight bulbs to possess over the typical halogen lamps is the degree of brightness of the light they provide. LED headlights produce a crispy, sparkling, bright white light which can successfully transform total darkness into a sunny afternoon. Properly designed LED headlights will meet all on-road regulations, reduce glare for oncoming vehicles, and have a beam outline that puts the light at the exact point you need it most.


LED Headlights Bulbs VS Halogen Bulbs

LED Headlight Bulbs Halogen Lamps
Brightest headlights Light produces not so bright
It is more efficient Halogen lamps are not so efficient
Last longer, more durable Halogen lamps are not so long- lasting
Generally cooler than halogen lamps Usually very hot
Perfect for all weather conditions, efficient in bad weather and foggy days Not so efficient in bad weather
Easy to install Not so easy to install
Put less stress on the eyes of the driver The poor Illumination stresses the driver’s eye often
They require very little maintenance Demands more maintenance
Water- resistant/waterproof Affected by water



2 New LED Headlight Bulbs By Auxbeam

Give your car a new lease of life with The GT Series & P10 Series Ultra-Thin LED Headlight Bulbs by Auxbeam, which can offer you the brightest headlights or the smallest size headlights in Auxbeam.


P10 Series Ultra-Thin LED Headlight Bulbs

Auxbeam small size led headlight bulbs

We introduce the latest automotive LED lighting revolution, the super bright elastic and waterproof LED headlight bulbs, the P10 Series Ultra-Thin LED Headlight Bulbs by Auxbeam. P10 series is in the same size as the halogen bulbs. You do not need to worry that your dust cover cannot reinstall or there is no space to dissipate heat after upgrading the LED headlight bulbs.


Key Features


  • A halogen size headlight
  • 2 times brighter than car original halogen bulb
  • Mini 1mm Ultra-thinLEDfocus design
  • The thinner it is, the better lighting beam pattern it is
  • Down to 1mm between PCB
  • Board and board
  • Maximum anti-glare
  • Maximum no dark area
  • Waterproof
  • High performance in bad weather
  • The integrated heat dissipation system
  • Through aircraft grade aluminum, a large copper substrate to improve the heat dissipation
  • Orientation pressurization cooling system
  • Built-in 8000 RMP high-speed fan can take away the heat in a moment to ensure the bulb work normally in a high temperature

The GT Series Extra Bright LED Headlight Bulbs

Auxbeam brightest led headlight bulbs
GT series high quality LED chips which have 45W for one bulb. Thus, totally 90W for a pair. Compared with other LED headlight bulbs Auxbeam has sold, GT series is the brightest headlights among them.


Key features


  • Super bright, using CREE XHP70 CHIP for each LED headlight
  • 9000LM for each pair of LED headlights
  • IP65 dust and water seal, beam angle 360-degrees
  • 35-80 degree CelsiusOperating Temperature
  • Aviation Premium 6063 aluminum
  • 360-degree clear beams no blind zone
  • Super cool engineering beam patterns
  • Nice performance, especially in foggy days
  • Nice fitment which easily replaces old full filament bulbs
  • Great Temperature Control System through the interior cooling fan which automatically cools down in maximum temperatures.

The GT Series & P10 Series Ultra-Thin LED Headlight Bulbs from Auxbeam are the brightest headlights & the smallest in size in the marketplace. They have very accurate beam shape lighting than several other lights on the market. They are easy to install and fit vehicles easily. They are very energy-efficient as they use less wattage compared to others while producing the brightest headlights in the market.  The GT Series & P10 Series Ultra-Thin LED Headlights are available in different styles and are 10 times brighter than your regular halogen lamps. If you are interested in LED lighting and other off-road modification parts, please read on to know more.

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