Lighting prices has gotten to be rediculous- these are great for the cost. Sturdy solid construction, and really nice style. Installation is pretty easy if you have brackets for fork mounting, etc. I got the 50watt version and they were very bright. I tried mounting on 2010 Street Glide, but returning because they wont fit where i wanted them, but they wouldve looked great!! Dont want them mounted on engine guard. Will fit nicely on bikes with smaller/normal forks if you get fork mount brackets. Will splurge for Kuryaken turn signal/driving light kit for my bike- just hate to drop the $$$. These were great otherwise.
These are nice lights, but there are a few concerns. First, the threads are metric. Be aware that if you are going to put these on an older Harley, you are going to have issues. I had to chase the threads on the mount to 3/8ths so they would mount to my wife's 95 sporty's lower triple tree.
Second, you may have to "upgrade" your fuse or circuit breaker for your lighting circuit after you install them. They will overheat a 10 amp circuit breaker. I upgraded to a 15 amp and all seems to be fine.
Good light for the price and very similar to kuryakyn units
The light fits in the Palm of my hand. Nice and compact. I haven't installed them yet but did test them and they are bright. Chrome is good and the units are fairly heavy which is good.....not plastic!