I was thinking about adding a set of PIAA Driving lights to my car. I have HID'S (OEM) and fogs but for whatever reason the lights dont seem bright enough for these south jersey roads. On my old car I had PIAA 1100x and they were great. I was about to order another set when i came across these
Well, itís not a tumor. Itís the Visualeyes Rayzer auxiliary light from Sweden.
Arenít the stock headlights adequate?
The Rayzer gives you an extra set of high-beams, and the wide-angle projection, the high mounting point, and the ultrabright xenon bulbs provide far more illumination than the standard lights. The unit hooks onto a fixed bracket so you can remove it or switch it from car to car (if you buy an extra bracket and power source). It plugs into a 12-volt socket in the car, or a professional installer can wire it directly. Either way, the Rayzer connects to the vehicleís wiring to operate in conjunction with its stock high-beams.
Does it work?
You bet. The high mounting point and intense bulbs light up the road likea nuclear flash. We drove by an old guy on the sidewalk who was shieldinghis eyes. You should be more courteous and also check your local lawson auxiliary lights.
Has abyone heard of or has used these lughts?