Brighter Than Bright. Very Powerful 7” L.E.D. Headlamp.

LEDHeadlampHeadwinds, one of the leaders in custom headlights, introduces their new 7” LED 12/15W hi/lo headlamp. These powerful lamps are brighter & whiter than halogen. They illuminate the reach down the road and the shoulder.

You may never have to replace another bulb with these energy efficient solid-state LEDs that withstand shock & vibration.

The die-cast aluminum housing with cooling fins provides maximum protection. Easy-to-install, it’s plug and play.

Contact Headwinds, Tel. 626-359-8044 or sales@headwinds.com.

10 Responses to “Brighter Than Bright. Very Powerful 7” L.E.D. Headlamp.”


  1. 1 Rob Sep 20th, 2014 at 5:43 pm

    Cooling fins??

  2. 2 Steve Carr Sep 20th, 2014 at 11:11 pm

    LED’s produce enough heat to require cooling fins?

    Really?

    Hmm almost 100 years of HOT incondesant and or quarts lighting and never one cooling fin….

    weird ….. Hey guys…..looks like you need cooling fins to make the light work and last during normal operation ……

    Keyboard engineers are always helpfull in the design and testing of any motorcycle product.

    Headwinds, just get Rob on the payroll and your need for product development supervision will be solved.

    Steve Carr
    Samson V-Twin

  3. 3 Steve Carr Sep 20th, 2014 at 11:17 pm

    nevermind,

    I’m a douche….
    LED light do need heat fins….

    not Robs problem,

    it’s the bikes charging systems problem…

    I will stick with a sweet Sylvania Silver Star H4 for about $21

    Steve Carr

  4. 4 Steve Berg Sep 21st, 2014 at 7:08 am

    Cooling FANS?

  5. 5 18 Bravo Sep 21st, 2014 at 9:39 am

    How many lumens? I’d say if you’re trying to sell “brighter than bright” that would be good thing to know.
    MY Hellfighter puts out 3500, but it sure doesn’t cost $21!

  6. 6 rebel Sep 21st, 2014 at 12:23 pm

    the headwinds H-4 replacement LED bulb has a cooling fan also, very bright and $99, uses stock housing

  7. 7 Woody Sep 21st, 2014 at 6:59 pm

    LEDs produce less heat than equivalent incandescent lamps, BUT the LEDs themselves are electronic components and need to be cooled for long life, just like other solid state devices.

  8. 8 Rob Sep 21st, 2014 at 11:53 pm

    The narative stated cooling fans,i meant to say is this a typo. The other major led headlights do indeed use a heatsink / cooling fins…….

  9. 9 Joel Felty from Headwinds Sep 23rd, 2014 at 10:35 pm

    My thanks to Steve Berg who picked up on the “cooling fan” error first. It was supposed to be “cooling fins”. Cyril reported on what our press release had stated and it was not his typo. I should have proof read our press release closer before it was sent out. Thanks to all who read Cyril’s editorial and offered their comments. They were quite entertaining.

  10. 10 Joel Felty from Headwinds Sep 23rd, 2014 at 10:39 pm

    Another error! Thanks to Rob for his cooling fan comment.

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