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Fahren H11/H9/H8 Bulbs, 60W 10000 Lumens Super Bright LED Waterproof Headlights Conversion Kit 6500K Cool White IP68
Fahren H11/H9/H8 Bulbs, 60W 10000 Lumens Super Bright LED Waterproof Headlights Conversion Kit 6500K Cool White IP68
Fahren H11/H9/H8 Bulbs, 60W 10000 Lumens Super Bright LED Waterproof Headlights Conversion Kit 6500K Cool White IP68
Fahren H11/H9/H8 Bulbs, 60W 10000 Lumens Super Bright LED Waterproof Headlights Conversion Kit 6500K Cool White IP68
Fahren H11/H9/H8 Bulbs, 60W 10000 Lumens Super Bright LED Waterproof Headlights Conversion Kit 6500K Cool White IP68
Fahren H11/H9/H8 Bulbs, 60W 10000 Lumens Super Bright LED Waterproof Headlights Conversion Kit 6500K Cool White IP68
Fahren H11/H9/H8 Bulbs, 60W 10000 Lumens Super Bright LED Waterproof Headlights Conversion Kit 6500K Cool White IP68
Fahren H11/H9/H8 Bulbs, 60W 10000 Lumens Super Bright LED Waterproof Headlights Conversion Kit 6500K Cool White IP68
Fahren H11/H9/H8 Bulbs, 60W 10000 Lumens Super Bright LED Waterproof Headlights Conversion Kit 6500K Cool White IP68

Fahren H11/H9/H8 Bulbs, 60W 10000 Lumens Super Bright LED Waterproof Headlights Conversion Kit 6500K Cool White IP68

Fahren H11/H9/H8 Bulbs, 60W 10000 Lumens Super Bright LED Waterproof Headlights Conversion Kit 6500K Cool White IP68
Fahren H11/H9/H8 Bulbs, 60W 10000 Lumens Super Bright LED Waterproof Headlights Conversion Kit 6500K Cool White IP68
Fahren H11/H9/H8 Bulbs, 60W 10000 Lumens Super Bright LED Waterproof Headlights Conversion Kit 6500K Cool White IP68
Fahren H11/H9/H8 Bulbs, 60W 10000 Lumens Super Bright LED Waterproof Headlights Conversion Kit 6500K Cool White IP68
Fahren H11/H9/H8 Bulbs, 60W 10000 Lumens Super Bright LED Waterproof Headlights Conversion Kit 6500K Cool White IP68
Fahren H11/H9/H8 Bulbs, 60W 10000 Lumens Super Bright LED Waterproof Headlights Conversion Kit 6500K Cool White IP68
Fahren H11/H9/H8 Bulbs, 60W 10000 Lumens Super Bright LED Waterproof Headlights Conversion Kit 6500K Cool White IP68
Fahren H11/H9/H8 Bulbs, 60W 10000 Lumens Super Bright LED Waterproof Headlights Conversion Kit 6500K Cool White IP68
Fahren H11/H9/H8 Bulbs, 60W 10000 Lumens Super Bright LED Waterproof Headlights Conversion Kit 6500K Cool White IP68
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Features

  • 300% Brighter Than Halogen Top Automotive Grade LED chips with 60W, 10,000LM per pair, 6500K cool white. Super focused beam pattern design provides wider and farther lighting range which is 3 times brighter than your original halogen bulb.
  • Over 5,0000 Hours Lifespan Whole aviation aluminum body, unique hollow carved heat sink design and 1,2000RPM turbo cool fan provide super cooling ability, which ensures a longer lifespan up to 5,0000 hours.
  • 10 Minutes Easy Installation Almost 1:1 mini design same as halogen, perfectly fit into your housing and factory sockets without any modification, just plug and play.
  • CAN bus Ready for 98% Vehicles Our bulbs work with 98% of vehicle's computer system without error, while some sensitive models of Ford, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, Volvo, Lexus, Chrysler, Mini and etc may require additional CAN bus decoder to be installed.
  • Note The filter system may not be 100% accurate or up to date, please check your owner's manual or the part number on your original bulbs to confirm the bulb size. Refer to "how to pick the right bulb size" in our Product Description.

Description

Warm Tips: 1.2mm ultra slim design provides super focused light beam, effectively simulate the beam pattern of original halogen lamp and solve the problem of focusing unevenly, super focused and max light output provide a wider and farther lighting area. Fahren H11 adopts 360° adjustable locker ring to enable some models of Dodge, Ford, Toyota, GMC, Honda to finally obtain the best light beam pattern. Upgraded cooling driver with CanBUS makes it to be compatible with 98% of vehicles without computer system error problems. Built-in smart IC ensures the best temperature protection and headlight performance. Whole aviation aluminum construction, 12,000RPM turbofan and top LED chips ensure a longer lifespan up to 50,000 hours, excellent waterproof and dustproof performance make it your top pick for travelling even in extreme situations.


Brand Fahren


Model H11/H9/H8


Item Weight 6.4 ounces


Package Dimensions 7.1 x 4.8 x 2.1 inches


Item model number H11/H9/H8


Exterior Chrome


Manufacturer Part Number Fahren-F6A-H11


Cover Included 2* H11 LED Headlight Bulb


Bulb Type LED


Special Features adjustable beam


Voltage 12 volts


Wattage 60 watts


ASIN B07NPMV1H5


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 3,457 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #61 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #1 in Headlight & Taillight Conversion Kits


Shipping Weight 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


Date First Available February 13, 2019


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Features

  • 300% Brighter Than Halogen Top Automotive Grade LED chips with 60W, 10,000LM per pair, 6500K cool white. Super focused beam pattern design provides wider and farther lighting range which is 3 times brighter than your original halogen bulb.
  • Over 5,0000 Hours Lifespan Whole aviation aluminum body, unique hollow carved heat sink design and 1,2000RPM turbo cool fan provide super cooling ability, which ensures a longer lifespan up to 5,0000 hours.
  • 10 Minutes Easy Installation Almost 1:1 mini design same as halogen, perfectly fit into your housing and factory sockets without any modification, just plug and play.
  • CAN bus Ready for 98% Vehicles Our bulbs work with 98% of vehicle's computer system without error, while some sensitive models of Ford, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, Volvo, Lexus, Chrysler, Mini and etc may require additional CAN bus decoder to be installed.
  • Note The filter system may not be 100% accurate or up to date, please check your owner's manual or the part number on your original bulbs to confirm the bulb size. Refer to "how to pick the right bulb size" in our Product Description.

Description

Warm Tips: 1.2mm ultra slim design provides super focused light beam, effectively simulate the beam pattern of original halogen lamp and solve the problem of focusing unevenly, super focused and max light output provide a wider and farther lighting area. Fahren H11 adopts 360° adjustable locker ring to enable some models of Dodge, Ford, Toyota, GMC, Honda to finally obtain the best light beam pattern. Upgraded cooling driver with CanBUS makes it to be compatible with 98% of vehicles without computer system error problems. Built-in smart IC ensures the best temperature protection and headlight performance. Whole aviation aluminum construction, 12,000RPM turbofan and top LED chips ensure a longer lifespan up to 50,000 hours, excellent waterproof and dustproof performance make it your top pick for travelling even in extreme situations.


Brand Fahren


Model H11/H9/H8


Item Weight 6.4 ounces


Package Dimensions 7.1 x 4.8 x 2.1 inches


Item model number H11/H9/H8


Exterior Chrome


Manufacturer Part Number Fahren-F6A-H11


Cover Included 2* H11 LED Headlight Bulb


Bulb Type LED


Special Features adjustable beam


Voltage 12 volts


Wattage 60 watts


ASIN B07NPMV1H5


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 3,457 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #61 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #1 in Headlight & Taillight Conversion Kits


Shipping Weight 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


Date First Available February 13, 2019


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • 300% Brighter Than Halogen Top Automotive Grade LED chips with 60W, 10,000LM per pair, 6500K cool white. Super focused beam pattern design provides wider and farther lighting range which is 3 times brighter than your original halogen bulb.
  • Over 5,0000 Hours Lifespan Whole aviation aluminum body, unique hollow carved heat sink design and 1,2000RPM turbo cool fan provide super cooling ability, which ensures a longer lifespan up to 5,0000 hours.
  • 10 Minutes Easy Installation Almost 1:1 mini design same as halogen, perfectly fit into your housing and factory sockets without any modification, just plug and play.
  • CAN bus Ready for 98% Vehicles Our bulbs work with 98% of vehicle's computer system without error, while some sensitive models of Ford, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, Volvo, Lexus, Chrysler, Mini and etc may require additional CAN bus decoder to be installed.
  • Note The filter system may not be 100% accurate or up to date, please check your owner's manual or the part number on your original bulbs to confirm the bulb size. Refer to "how to pick the right bulb size" in our Product Description.

Description

Warm Tips: 1.2mm ultra slim design provides super focused light beam, effectively simulate the beam pattern of original halogen lamp and solve the problem of focusing unevenly, super focused and max light output provide a wider and farther lighting area. Fahren H11 adopts 360° adjustable locker ring to enable some models of Dodge, Ford, Toyota, GMC, Honda to finally obtain the best light beam pattern. Upgraded cooling driver with CanBUS makes it to be compatible with 98% of vehicles without computer system error problems. Built-in smart IC ensures the best temperature protection and headlight performance. Whole aviation aluminum construction, 12,000RPM turbofan and top LED chips ensure a longer lifespan up to 50,000 hours, excellent waterproof and dustproof performance make it your top pick for travelling even in extreme situations.


Brand Fahren


Model H11/H9/H8


Item Weight 6.4 ounces


Package Dimensions 7.1 x 4.8 x 2.1 inches


Item model number H11/H9/H8


Exterior Chrome


Manufacturer Part Number Fahren-F6A-H11


Cover Included 2* H11 LED Headlight Bulb


Bulb Type LED


Special Features adjustable beam


Voltage 12 volts


Wattage 60 watts


ASIN B07NPMV1H5


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 3,457 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #61 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive) #1 in Headlight & Taillight Conversion Kits


Shipping Weight 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


Date First Available February 13, 2019


abunda_amazon_reviews So installation was straight forward. Had to get a second set shipped as the first was defective. It was a quick turn around so that’s a plus on the company. Thanks for that. One major suggestion for anyone who may think the lights aren’t reflecting right is to use the little Allen key that comes with it to loosen the light and adjust it to the right angle. For people who don’t understand what that angle is, it should sit in the housing “vertically” and not horizontally or any other angle. Once I adjusted the bulb to the correct angle, these lights shined so much more brighter and looked so much better. This is especially important in Projector style headlights. You need to look at the set position of the bulb when in the housing, put a mark/line at the top of the bulb casing and then remove the bulb. Follow that line again to the actual bulb grooves because that will be your set position. If the mark and the actual light do not align vertically then you will not get the correct light output. Use the Allen key, loosen the tiny screw and twist the bulb to line up with the mark/line you drew on the grooves. Set the bulb back into your housing, and you should see a major difference in light output.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Excellent bulbs (H11) but possible adjustments may be needed.;;Rey G.;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1LE8NGKNP6I84/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07NPMV1H5;;;Ok so as soon as I got these I hooked them up to my 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan installation was a breeze. like maybe 10 mins if even that. So the power supply thing. Was made perfect for this van lol there is a little cubby right above the light where thing went perfectly.. so after getting them hooked up I went to pick the kids up from school and mannnnnnn you can see these things light up the road in mid day!! Not a cloud in the sky and you can see them. They shine off the signs really well in daylight. At night man it’s like day time I don’t think the video even does them justice I will be ordering another set for my low beams!! Also the kit comes with a tool to adjust the light Incase their not perfect. Very easy to do. These things even have their own fan! To keep them cool. I even posted before and after picture!! If you have any questions just hit me up on here;;Reviewed in the United States on August 23, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great item!!! Must buy!!;;Scott;;/gp/customer-reviews/R3CYZYO1MYAK5G/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07NPMV1H5;;;For the last decade, I've mostly used the basic, yellowish incandescent headlight bulbs. Several years ago I tried an ultra-bright style of incandescent headlight bulb, but paying twice the price got me about a third of the lifespan of the cheap bulbs, so I went back to the basic style. This year, after noticing that my headlight lenses had started to haze over and the overall brightness was getting more reduced, I decided to give LEDs a try, in order to hopefully get not only a cleaner colored light output but also to recapture some of the lost brightness. After looking around at the huge number of LED options out there for headlight bulbs, I came to a few conclusions that guided my purchase decision: 1.) First, I knew I wanted bulbs with a purer white color temperature. The first generation of LED replacement bulbs was plagued by a lot of bluish temperature light, which to my eyes (especially as a driver staring straight into them) was atrocious and possibly even hazardous. I knew I wanted to get away from the yellow color temperature of my current incandescents as well. So, I had to find bulbs that could accurately render a truly white light. 2.) Second, I wanted bulbs that had an even dispersion pattern. Other LED bulbs I've seen in use have had odd distortions or voids in their light pattern. Incandescents and halogens don't do that, so I knew it had to be an issue with LED bulb construction style. I scrutinized pictures and physical bulbs to determine how this was happening and how to avoid it. I determined that I wanted to find the newer style of LED bulb with a small number of wider patch elements, rather than the older style with multiple unique LEDs all bound to a post like spines on a cactus. 3.) Third, I wanted to find bulbs that had useful heat-management built into their design. Earlier generation LED headlight bulbs were frequently made with a large static heatsink on the back of the bulb that relied on mass to exchange the heat with the ambient air. My vehicle has caps over the back of the headlights to keep moisture out and many of the cheaper LED bulbs would have protruded too far off the back to allow those caps to be reattached. In addition, as someone who is quite familiar with electronics, I know that passive heatsinks have limitations in how much they can do. Most passively heatsunk LED bulbs are also plagued by the entire voltage conversion / LED driver circuitry being encapsulated inside the base & heatsink area. Heat is the great killer of LED illumination. Between the heat from the illuminating elements themselves and the heat from the driver circuitry, that's a potential recipe for shortened bulb life. All the promises about super-long LED life don't matter a hill of beans when the life of the driver circuitry is only a fraction of the LED guarantee. Household bulbs rated for ten years of life frequently die after two or three years for the same reason... all the circuitry is crammed into the base of the bulb and the buildup of heat reduces the lifespan of the driver circuit components exponentially. So, I knew I wanted bulbs that not only had an active heatsink (a fan built into/onto the base of the bulb) but also had outboard driver packs so that the heat from the voltage conversion circuitry would have a better chance at escaping somewhere other than back into the bulb assembly. I recognized that this was a long list of design considerations that could be difficult to find all in one product, but given the recent advances in technology, I felt that it was worth looking for. Ultimately, I have found these Fahren bulbs to meet every criteria I had determined. You can see their performance in the video I took, though shooting video in the dark isn't always ideal. So, from a human perspective, I can confirm that what you see in the video and photos is even more meaningful in real life. The color temperature of the light is very close to true white, not overly blue or overly yellow. The pattern dispersion is uniform, despite the issues with my headlight lenses, and the light gets out significantly farther than my old incandescent bulbs did. The bulb heatsinks have fans to assist in cooling them, and the driver circuitry is in it's own outboard pack that's inline on the connector cable. There's enough cable length to allow me to tuck the packs securely out of the way. Installation was straightforward and the bulb chassis was correctly oriented so that when the bulb was inserted and the keyed plastic slots locked together the light output was properly directed. From a technology and design perspective, these bulbs are really quite impressive. Time will tell what their longevity is, but in the meantime I am very pleased with the investment I made into having better headlights.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 18, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Clear & bright to light up the night;;Robert O. Sims;;/gp/customer-reviews/R192CWU6QV2QOP/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07NPMV1H5;;;This is probably the best LED set up at... this price range and even exceeding other product costing over $100.. I'm a professional truck driver and I mostly drive at night and these bulbs Excel under all conditions. They're extremely easy to install and are can bus ready so no dashboard error on your vehicle,See Photo 2017 Freightliner Cascadia Evolution Error Free Dash. Don't hesitate don't look for others this is it believe me when I tell you there are so many other products on Amazon that you could get lost looking where has this it's staring you right in the face if you don't trust me trust the other reviews...Fahren knocked it out of the park with this one! I will be buying a set from my high beams and my fog lights as I can't ignore quality and performance you get with these...No I have not been paid by manufacturer for this review, it's my honest review and satisfaction...Will update this review as time goes by if needed(Long Term)If I See Negatives..... also notice the bulbs clear my bulb cover perfectly...;;Reviewed in the United States on February 11, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Best LED lights within $100 category! Super bright super easy to install great support;;ROBERT S.;;/gp/customer-reviews/R194SKHBSOQB8J/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07NPMV1H5;;;The pictures speak for themselves. I have a 2018 Big Horn my dad has a 2013 Laramie. Side-by-side. Stock halogen in the 13 Laramie and Fahren LEDs in the 18 Big Horn (9005 high beam, H11 low beam and 9006 fog lights). Easy to install. No additional capacitors needed for any lights. Not sure they are 300x brighter as they claim, but easily 2x or 3x brighter. Easily worth the $120 for all 3 sets.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 28, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Good LEDs;;Noah Hawkins;;/gp/customer-reviews/R3R0GJUVPT1X0T/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07NPMV1H5;;;Bought this for my 2017 Honda crv. Been jealous with the newer cars with their led lights. Literally installed in 5 minutes, turn your old bulb anti-clockwise and put this in clockwise. I am surprised how much brighter the led vs my old halogen lamp. Light cut off point seems sharp, I have not received any complain from incoming traffic cars for blinding them.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Plug and play;;Callie Fields;;/gp/customer-reviews/R2GXEMJOSL83LT/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07NPMV1H5

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Rey G. - Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2019
Excellent bulbs (H11) but possible adjustments may be needed.
So installation was straight forward. Had to get a second set shipped as the first was defective. It was a quick turn around so that’s a plus on the company. Thanks for that. One major suggestion for anyone who may think the lights aren’t reflecting right is to use the little Allen key that comes with it to loosen the light and adjust it to the right angle. For people who don’t understand what that angle is, it should sit in the housing “vertically” and not horizontally or any other angle. Once I adjusted the bulb to the correct angle, these lights shined so much more brighter and looked so much better. This is especially important in Projector style headlights. You need to look at the set position of the bulb when in the housing, put a mark/line at the top of the bulb casing and then remove the bulb. Follow that line again to the actual bulb grooves because that will be your set position. If the mark and the actual light do not align vertically then you will not get the correct light output. Use the Allen key, loosen the tiny screw and twist the bulb to line up with the mark/line you drew on the grooves. Set the bulb back into your housing, and you should see a major difference in light output.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Scott - Reviewed in the United States on August 23, 2019
Great item!!! Must buy!!
Ok so as soon as I got these I hooked them up to my 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan installation was a breeze. like maybe 10 mins if even that. So the power supply thing. Was made perfect for this van lol there is a little cubby right above the light where thing went perfectly.. so after getting them hooked up I went to pick the kids up from school and mannnnnnn you can see these things light up the road in mid day!! Not a cloud in the sky and you can see them. They shine off the signs really well in daylight. At night man it’s like day time I don’t think the video even does them justice I will be ordering another set for my low beams!! Also the kit comes with a tool to adjust the light Incase their not perfect. Very easy to do. These things even have their own fan! To keep them cool. I even posted before and after picture!! If you have any questions just hit me up on here

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Robert O. Sims - Reviewed in the United States on September 18, 2019
Clear & bright to light up the night
For the last decade, I've mostly used the basic, yellowish incandescent headlight bulbs. Several years ago I tried an ultra-bright style of incandescent headlight bulb, but paying twice the price got me about a third of the lifespan of the cheap bulbs, so I went back to the basic style. This year, after noticing that my headlight lenses had started to haze over and the overall brightness was getting more reduced, I decided to give LEDs a try, in order to hopefully get not only a cleaner colored light output but also to recapture some of the lost brightness. After looking around at the huge number of LED options out there for headlight bulbs, I came to a few conclusions that guided my purchase decision: 1.) First, I knew I wanted bulbs with a purer white color temperature. The first generation of LED replacement bulbs was plagued by a lot of bluish temperature light, which to my eyes (especially as a driver staring straight into them) was atrocious and possibly even hazardous. I knew I wanted to get away from the yellow color temperature of my current incandescents as well. So, I had to find bulbs that could accurately render a truly white light. 2.) Second, I wanted bulbs that had an even dispersion pattern. Other LED bulbs I've seen in use have had odd distortions or voids in their light pattern. Incandescents and halogens don't do that, so I knew it had to be an issue with LED bulb construction style. I scrutinized pictures and physical bulbs to determine how this was happening and how to avoid it. I determined that I wanted to find the newer style of LED bulb with a small number of wider patch elements, rather than the older style with multiple unique LEDs all bound to a post like spines on a cactus. 3.) Third, I wanted to find bulbs that had useful heat-management built into their design. Earlier generation LED headlight bulbs were frequently made with a large static heatsink on the back of the bulb that relied on mass to exchange the heat with the ambient air. My vehicle has caps over the back of the headlights to keep moisture out and many of the cheaper LED bulbs would have protruded too far off the back to allow those caps to be reattached. In addition, as someone who is quite familiar with electronics, I know that passive heatsinks have limitations in how much they can do. Most passively heatsunk LED bulbs are also plagued by the entire voltage conversion / LED driver circuitry being encapsulated inside the base & heatsink area. Heat is the great killer of LED illumination. Between the heat from the illuminating elements themselves and the heat from the driver circuitry, that's a potential recipe for shortened bulb life. All the promises about super-long LED life don't matter a hill of beans when the life of the driver circuitry is only a fraction of the LED guarantee. Household bulbs rated for ten years of life frequently die after two or three years for the same reason... all the circuitry is crammed into the base of the bulb and the buildup of heat reduces the lifespan of the driver circuit components exponentially. So, I knew I wanted bulbs that not only had an active heatsink (a fan built into/onto the base of the bulb) but also had outboard driver packs so that the heat from the voltage conversion circuitry would have a better chance at escaping somewhere other than back into the bulb assembly. I recognized that this was a long list of design considerations that could be difficult to find all in one product, but given the recent advances in technology, I felt that it was worth looking for. Ultimately, I have found these Fahren bulbs to meet every criteria I had determined. You can see their performance in the video I took, though shooting video in the dark isn't always ideal. So, from a human perspective, I can confirm that what you see in the video and photos is even more meaningful in real life. The color temperature of the light is very close to true white, not overly blue or overly yellow. The pattern dispersion is uniform, despite the issues with my headlight lenses, and the light gets out significantly farther than my old incandescent bulbs did. The bulb heatsinks have fans to assist in cooling them, and the driver circuitry is in it's own outboard pack that's inline on the connector cable. There's enough cable length to allow me to tuck the packs securely out of the way. Installation was straightforward and the bulb chassis was correctly oriented so that when the bulb was inserted and the keyed plastic slots locked together the light output was properly directed. From a technology and design perspective, these bulbs are really quite impressive. Time will tell what their longevity is, but in the meantime I am very pleased with the investment I made into having better headlights.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By ROBERT S. - Reviewed in the United States on February 11, 2020
Best LED lights within $100 category! Super bright super easy to install great support
This is probably the best LED set up at... this price range and even exceeding other product costing over $100.. I'm a professional truck driver and I mostly drive at night and these bulbs Excel under all conditions. They're extremely easy to install and are can bus ready so no dashboard error on your vehicle,See Photo 2017 Freightliner Cascadia Evolution Error Free Dash. Don't hesitate don't look for others this is it believe me when I tell you there are so many other products on Amazon that you could get lost looking where has this it's staring you right in the face if you don't trust me trust the other reviews...Fahren knocked it out of the park with this one! I will be buying a set from my high beams and my fog lights as I can't ignore quality and performance you get with these...No I have not been paid by manufacturer for this review, it's my honest review and satisfaction...Will update this review as time goes by if needed(Long Term)If I See Negatives..... also notice the bulbs clear my bulb cover perfectly...

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Noah Hawkins - Reviewed in the United States on December 28, 2019
Good LEDs
The pictures speak for themselves. I have a 2018 Big Horn my dad has a 2013 Laramie. Side-by-side. Stock halogen in the 13 Laramie and Fahren LEDs in the 18 Big Horn (9005 high beam, H11 low beam and 9006 fog lights). Easy to install. No additional capacitors needed for any lights. Not sure they are 300x brighter as they claim, but easily 2x or 3x brighter. Easily worth the $120 for all 3 sets.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Callie Fields - Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2019
Plug and play
Bought this for my 2017 Honda crv. Been jealous with the newer cars with their led lights. Literally installed in 5 minutes, turn your old bulb anti-clockwise and put this in clockwise. I am surprised how much brighter the led vs my old halogen lamp. Light cut off point seems sharp, I have not received any complain from incoming traffic cars for blinding them.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Rey G. - Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2019
Excellent bulbs (H11) but possible adjustments may be needed.
So installation was straight forward. Had to get a second set shipped as the first was defective. It was a quick turn around so that’s a plus on the company. Thanks for that. One major suggestion for anyone who may think the lights aren’t reflecting right is to use the little Allen key that comes with it to loosen the light and adjust it to the right angle. For people who don’t understand what that angle is, it should sit in the housing “vertically” and not horizontally or any other angle. Once I adjusted the bulb to the correct angle, these lights shined so much more brighter and looked so much better. This is especially important in Projector style headlights. You need to look at the set position of the bulb when in the housing, put a mark/line at the top of the bulb casing and then remove the bulb. Follow that line again to the actual bulb grooves because that will be your set position. If the mark and the actual light do not align vertically then you will not get the correct light output. Use the Allen key, loosen the tiny screw and twist the bulb to line up with the mark/line you drew on the grooves. Set the bulb back into your housing, and you should see a major difference in light output.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Scott - Reviewed in the United States on August 23, 2019
Great item!!! Must buy!!
Ok so as soon as I got these I hooked them up to my 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan installation was a breeze. like maybe 10 mins if even that. So the power supply thing. Was made perfect for this van lol there is a little cubby right above the light where thing went perfectly.. so after getting them hooked up I went to pick the kids up from school and mannnnnnn you can see these things light up the road in mid day!! Not a cloud in the sky and you can see them. They shine off the signs really well in daylight. At night man it’s like day time I don’t think the video even does them justice I will be ordering another set for my low beams!! Also the kit comes with a tool to adjust the light Incase their not perfect. Very easy to do. These things even have their own fan! To keep them cool. I even posted before and after picture!! If you have any questions just hit me up on here

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Robert O. Sims - Reviewed in the United States on September 18, 2019
Clear & bright to light up the night
For the last decade, I've mostly used the basic, yellowish incandescent headlight bulbs. Several years ago I tried an ultra-bright style of incandescent headlight bulb, but paying twice the price got me about a third of the lifespan of the cheap bulbs, so I went back to the basic style. This year, after noticing that my headlight lenses had started to haze over and the overall brightness was getting more reduced, I decided to give LEDs a try, in order to hopefully get not only a cleaner colored light output but also to recapture some of the lost brightness. After looking around at the huge number of LED options out there for headlight bulbs, I came to a few conclusions that guided my purchase decision: 1.) First, I knew I wanted bulbs with a purer white color temperature. The first generation of LED replacement bulbs was plagued by a lot of bluish temperature light, which to my eyes (especially as a driver staring straight into them) was atrocious and possibly even hazardous. I knew I wanted to get away from the yellow color temperature of my current incandescents as well. So, I had to find bulbs that could accurately render a truly white light. 2.) Second, I wanted bulbs that had an even dispersion pattern. Other LED bulbs I've seen in use have had odd distortions or voids in their light pattern. Incandescents and halogens don't do that, so I knew it had to be an issue with LED bulb construction style. I scrutinized pictures and physical bulbs to determine how this was happening and how to avoid it. I determined that I wanted to find the newer style of LED bulb with a small number of wider patch elements, rather than the older style with multiple unique LEDs all bound to a post like spines on a cactus. 3.) Third, I wanted to find bulbs that had useful heat-management built into their design. Earlier generation LED headlight bulbs were frequently made with a large static heatsink on the back of the bulb that relied on mass to exchange the heat with the ambient air. My vehicle has caps over the back of the headlights to keep moisture out and many of the cheaper LED bulbs would have protruded too far off the back to allow those caps to be reattached. In addition, as someone who is quite familiar with electronics, I know that passive heatsinks have limitations in how much they can do. Most passively heatsunk LED bulbs are also plagued by the entire voltage conversion / LED driver circuitry being encapsulated inside the base & heatsink area. Heat is the great killer of LED illumination. Between the heat from the illuminating elements themselves and the heat from the driver circuitry, that's a potential recipe for shortened bulb life. All the promises about super-long LED life don't matter a hill of beans when the life of the driver circuitry is only a fraction of the LED guarantee. Household bulbs rated for ten years of life frequently die after two or three years for the same reason... all the circuitry is crammed into the base of the bulb and the buildup of heat reduces the lifespan of the driver circuit components exponentially. So, I knew I wanted bulbs that not only had an active heatsink (a fan built into/onto the base of the bulb) but also had outboard driver packs so that the heat from the voltage conversion circuitry would have a better chance at escaping somewhere other than back into the bulb assembly. I recognized that this was a long list of design considerations that could be difficult to find all in one product, but given the recent advances in technology, I felt that it was worth looking for. Ultimately, I have found these Fahren bulbs to meet every criteria I had determined. You can see their performance in the video I took, though shooting video in the dark isn't always ideal. So, from a human perspective, I can confirm that what you see in the video and photos is even more meaningful in real life. The color temperature of the light is very close to true white, not overly blue or overly yellow. The pattern dispersion is uniform, despite the issues with my headlight lenses, and the light gets out significantly farther than my old incandescent bulbs did. The bulb heatsinks have fans to assist in cooling them, and the driver circuitry is in it's own outboard pack that's inline on the connector cable. There's enough cable length to allow me to tuck the packs securely out of the way. Installation was straightforward and the bulb chassis was correctly oriented so that when the bulb was inserted and the keyed plastic slots locked together the light output was properly directed. From a technology and design perspective, these bulbs are really quite impressive. Time will tell what their longevity is, but in the meantime I am very pleased with the investment I made into having better headlights.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By ROBERT S. - Reviewed in the United States on February 11, 2020
Best LED lights within $100 category! Super bright super easy to install great support
This is probably the best LED set up at... this price range and even exceeding other product costing over $100.. I'm a professional truck driver and I mostly drive at night and these bulbs Excel under all conditions. They're extremely easy to install and are can bus ready so no dashboard error on your vehicle,See Photo 2017 Freightliner Cascadia Evolution Error Free Dash. Don't hesitate don't look for others this is it believe me when I tell you there are so many other products on Amazon that you could get lost looking where has this it's staring you right in the face if you don't trust me trust the other reviews...Fahren knocked it out of the park with this one! I will be buying a set from my high beams and my fog lights as I can't ignore quality and performance you get with these...No I have not been paid by manufacturer for this review, it's my honest review and satisfaction...Will update this review as time goes by if needed(Long Term)If I See Negatives..... also notice the bulbs clear my bulb cover perfectly...

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Noah Hawkins - Reviewed in the United States on December 28, 2019
Good LEDs
The pictures speak for themselves. I have a 2018 Big Horn my dad has a 2013 Laramie. Side-by-side. Stock halogen in the 13 Laramie and Fahren LEDs in the 18 Big Horn (9005 high beam, H11 low beam and 9006 fog lights). Easy to install. No additional capacitors needed for any lights. Not sure they are 300x brighter as they claim, but easily 2x or 3x brighter. Easily worth the $120 for all 3 sets.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Callie Fields - Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2019
Plug and play
Bought this for my 2017 Honda crv. Been jealous with the newer cars with their led lights. Literally installed in 5 minutes, turn your old bulb anti-clockwise and put this in clockwise. I am surprised how much brighter the led vs my old halogen lamp. Light cut off point seems sharp, I have not received any complain from incoming traffic cars for blinding them.