Lazer Star Lights Introduces LED Driving Lights for Cruiser Motorcycles

lazerlight1Discoveryligh1lazerlight2Discoverylight2Lazer Star Lights has introduced LED Driving Light Kits for cruiser motorcycles. The kits are built to provide additional lighting for cruisers and include a pair of Lazer Star’s LX LED’s and specially designed mounting clamps.

Atlantis Cruiser Kit (left) $329.95. Comes with a pair of 6” Atlantis LED light bars and a pair of 1.25” mounting clamps. Each bar features four 3-watt Cree LED which produce 300 lumens each (1,200 total per bar) for at least 50,000 hours of use. The Atlantis LED housing is durable and element proof.

Discovery Cruiser Kit (right) $299.95. Comes with a pair of Discovery Spot LED lights and a pair of 1.25” mounting clamps. Each 2.5” circular light features a 10-watt Cree LED which produces 1,000 lumens each for at least 50,000 hours. Despite the power and illumination that these lights produce they are very power efficient and remain cool even under extended use. The rugged and durable housing is also dust and water proof.

Lazer Star Lights has been providing lighting solutions for cruiser motorcycles for more than 20 years. Though Lazer Star’s Legacy line of billet aluminum lights and signals offer nice lighting upgrades with a classic chrome or black finish, the team just recently extended their LX LED technology to motorcyclists with these kits.

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4 Responses to “Lazer Star Lights Introduces LED Driving Lights for Cruiser Motorcycles”


  1. 1 Sportster Mike Feb 28th, 2014 at 5:38 am

    Great looking lights – all you’ve got to do now is to get the buggers to look in your direction!!
    and not the SatNav, phone, kids on the back seat, the dog, newspaper, or how well the shave looks..

    Greetings from snowy England….

  2. 2 calif phil Feb 28th, 2014 at 8:52 am

    Lazer Star makes great products.

  3. 3 Blackmax Mar 2nd, 2014 at 11:07 am

    You betcha !!!
    the more lights (tastefully done)
    The better to see you with, the better off you are

  4. 4 BCinSoCal Mar 5th, 2014 at 12:31 am

    Good to know that they last 50,000 hours, which would be 6,250 8 hour days of riding, don’t think I’ve got that many years left, but nice to know that the lights will still be going after I’m gone!

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