Gargantuan auxiliary lights look great on equally ginormous trucks and off-roaders. But, they stick out like sore thumbs on the front end of a commuter. With a compact pair of Hella Optilux 1400 Driving Lights bolted to your bumper or valance, you get a big bump in visibility without an overbearing look.
Don't let their small size fool you—Hella Optilux 1400 Driving Lights are packing some serious candlepower. Their 55W H3 halogen bulbs blast the blacktop with long-range beams, giving you the ability to peer into the future and avoid run-ins with deer, potholes and other highways hazards.
You don't need to be an SAE-certified mechanic to install your new Hella Optilux 1400 Driving Lights. They come with everything you need to bolt 'em in place and wire 'em up: heavy-duty brackets, a deluxe wiring harness and an illuminated in-cab switch. They also include a 1-year warranty.
Reviewed by lester s (Springfield, VT) Reviewed for a 2011 Nissan Xterra — Oct 09, 2014 11:49 AM
if you want other cars to see you going down the road then these lights are fine but don't think you'll light up the night in front of you. they suck! for 55w H3 lights they are very dull. almost yellowish looking and do not light up the road at all! I will never buy these again and I'm still thinking of ripping them off the truck as I write this !!!
Reviewed by Roger A (CARY, NC) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford F-250 — Aug 21, 2014 5:16 AM
Really pleased with these driving lights. Everything required was included, and both the hardware and wiring seemed very high quality. Installation instructions were very clear, and I installed these in no time. Very satisfied with both the product and purchase process.
Reviewed by D C S (SALEM, OR) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford F-350 — Apr 08, 2014 8:23 PM
I have mounted these lights into my rear bumper for use an auxiliary backup light when dropping into dark boat ramps and for illumination while setting out field decoys while hunting. They put out a nice white light. The installation was quick, however, I am not convinced the vertical adjustment set screws will hold up to much vibration with driving over time. Even with tightening on verge of feeling like you'll strip them, it doesn't take much to make them the lights shift position.