New Kuryakyn Vision & Prism L.E.D. Headlamps

The new Orbit Vision (P/N 2460 MSRP: $249.99) and Orbit Prism (P/N 2461 MSRP: $299.99
) 7″ L.E.D. Headlamps from Kuryakyn® utilize the latest in advanced L.E.D. technology to deliver a one-two punch of function and style.

Available in two ultra high-performance packages, Orbit headlamps are DOT-approved and feature a color temperature of 6,000K for intense, uniform light output with extremely low current draw.

Both integrate an outer L.E.D. halo ring that provides additional visibility and “wow factor.” The Orbit Vision emits a full-time bright white halo, while the Orbit Prism includes a Bluetooth controller that syncs with a spectrum-based app to create infinite custom halo colors. The Orbit Prism’s downloadable app. is compatible with most iOS or Android mobile devices for quick, easy operation. Users can create multiple displays and custom color cycles, including pulse modes that sync with songs through the device’s media player and microphone. The app also connects with device cameras for easy photo-color referencing and display.

Orbit headlamps are IP67-rated and constructed from sealed cast aluminum housings with non-yellowing hard-coated polycarbonate lenses that are scratch resistant. Both the Vision and Prism are direct replacements for Harley-Davidson® models equipped with a 7″ headlamp (’14-later Electra Glides™, Road Kings™, Street Glides™ & Trikes require Kuryakyn Wiring Adapter, P/N 5487, sold separately).

Additional Features & Benefits
• Raw Lumen Output: 2,600 (High Beam); 1,350 (Low Beam)
• Effective Lumen Output: 1,600 (High Beam); 1,000 (Low Beam)
• Low-beam current draw: 1.5 amps
• High-beam current draw: 3.0 amps
• Uses standard H4, 3-blade connector
• Includes mounting bracket and all hardware necessary for installation
• Uniform light distribution and greater temperature stability
• Exceeds applicable DOT and Transport Canada requirements

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9 Responses to “New Kuryakyn Vision & Prism L.E.D. Headlamps”


  1. 1 SoCalPhun Feb 22nd, 2017 at 9:51 am

    I like to keep my bikes pretty basic with most all mods geared towards function over form…but I gotta admit, this head light is pretty trick.

  2. 2 calif phil Feb 22nd, 2017 at 11:44 am

    I must be old. I can’t get past those ears to finish the video.

  3. 3 ChadBroChill Feb 22nd, 2017 at 4:35 pm

    Ears? I don’t get it?
    is that a sexual thing?

  4. 4 ChadBroChill Feb 22nd, 2017 at 5:13 pm

    Ears? I don’t get it?
    is that a exual thing?

  5. 5 evo80 Feb 22nd, 2017 at 5:18 pm

    IfI had to use a cell phone to set up the headlights on either of my bikes I would quit riding and sell them both.This is just doing dumb s*** for the sake of doing it.

  6. 6 rcupp Feb 22nd, 2017 at 8:33 pm

    For the hipsters (with dumbass ear holes) at the dealer bike nights!

  7. 7 Boots Feb 22nd, 2017 at 9:02 pm

    I can see where this product would be enjoyed by a certain type of biker. The one that has multi colored engine lights, windscreen lights, fender lights, saddlebag lights etc. Their bikes look great sitting down at the local tavern or bar!
    Just give me a bright and penetrating headlight that might give me an extra second or two to miss that deer standing in the middle of the roadway!!

  8. 8 1550tc Feb 25th, 2017 at 3:36 pm

    guys get over to automotive side, as there are a lot more cars/idiots to sell these bling items too !!

    great for guys sitting on patios that want to grab attention to their bikes from passers by

  9. 9 coma Mar 2nd, 2017 at 8:01 am

    “downloadable app. is compatible with most iOS or Android mobile devices for quick, easy operation.”

    I can remember a time when they had things called “switches”.

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