Ever since Halos first appeared on a certain European luxury car some years ago, car enthusiasts have been clamoring to have these distinctive light rings for their own vehicles. Halo rings, also known as Angel Eyes or Demon Eyes, are light rings that encircle the headlight within a headlight housing. The unique visual effect they produce is always eye-catching and aesthetically pleasing, and you’ll find the perfect set for your vehicle right here.

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You the aftermarket customer are actually luckier than those luxury car owners, because while the original Teutonic designers called it a day after coming up with Halos, the creative wizards at our headlight manufacturers start with Halos, but also add artfully arranged LED lights on chrome or black substrates, for a total custom effect. And of course, most of our Halo light rings surround projector beam headlights, for superior illumination.

When you browse our digital shelves, you’ll see there are Halo rings illuminated by LEDs as well as CCFL (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lighting) rings. When used for Halos the LEDs can be arranged on an SMD (Surface Mount Device) chip or use Plasma semiconductor technology that makes the Halo ring look solid rather than segmented. CCFL Halo rings are filled with gas, like a neon sign. The light they produce is more even, with a soft, solid glow throughout the ring that is similar to neon. SMD Halos are brighter and more easily seen in daylight, while Plasma Halos can be bright with a smooth glow. These variations allow you to get the exact look you want for your car or truck.

Although headlights are available with Halos surrounding crystal reflectors, the majority of our Halo headlights feature projector beams. Projector beams provide better visibility at night and in inclement weather by directing light where you need it. They have an elliptical reflector and clear lens that produce a sharper, more focused beam of light, compared with the scatter loss that is common with the parabolic reflectors and optic lenses of conventional lights. Another plus for projectors is the fact that their small size leaves more room within the headlight housing for creative design, so you get a greater variety of styles to choose from.

But just because you’re on a tight budget doesn’t mean you can’t have the great look of Halo headlights for your car or truck. If you’ve got a few hours of time and some mechanical skill, you can install one of our LED Halo Ring kits in your vehicle’s composite headlight assemblies. These Halos display a bright, unbroken ring of light that is visually satisfying, thanks to Plasma LED technology, and they have a tough aluminum backing to ensure durability. Complete, step-by-step instructions are included to guide you through the installation, and a highly informative instructional video can be found on the product page.

But you don’t even need to have composite headlights to get the great look of Halo headlights. With our conversion kits, owners of older vehicles with sealed beam headlights can enjoy this styling and safety upgrade. Sealed beam conversion Halo headlights are available with projector beam and crystal reflectors, and with Halos that serve as running lights, parking lights, or turn signals. Some are available in a range of colors, although colors other than amber are for off-road use only. Unlike the original sealed beams our conversion lights use replaceable bulbs, and they’re available for round and rectangular, 2 and 4 light applications.

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Was impressed with the packaging on this product, had no issue with the install except on one of the headlights, none of the LEDs worked at all. I would say if you get this product order extra bulbs.
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