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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 02-05-2009, 01:37 AM Thread Starter
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New Vision X Solstice LED Ligths

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Vision X introduces the all new Solo s1100 in the Solstice Series of LED off road lamps. Equipped with Vision’s brand new 10 watt LED technology, with each 10 watt Solo producing 800 lumens making them the brightest LED off road lamp on the market in only a 2” x 2” square housing. Not only are they the brightest, they are the most efficient with the s1100 drawing only 0.75 amps due to their advanced electronic drivers which are also responsible for their 50,000 hour life span and variable 9-60 Volt DC input. The Solstice Solo’s main feature is the 4 sided channel design that allows you to interlink it on all four sides with another Solstice Solo pod or other various available mounting hardware for flat, tube or even helmet mount making it the only modular light with the ability to make any shape or length with the available spot, euro and flood beam patterns mixed throughout your custom configuration. No power on your ride, no worries; Vision X will also be releasing a line of rechargeable battery packs for any configuration of your Solstice Solo light pods.

Should have some in by next week, street price 120.00 each, we will be offering forum discounts on these bad boys.
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I would like to see pics in action to see how they compare to others out there. Night shots for distance would be cool.
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Will do...

Just waiting for my set to come in....
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pics yet?

come on, you have to back up that text with some pics. Do you have any yet? I gotta see this with my own eyes...

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so Taylor, you have a single LED putting out 800 lumens??


COme on SxSC, some light display at night.



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maybe

maybe i have a single that is 1000 lumens. No need to release it though.

the point is that I have been hearing about these for a while, just havent seen a pic of it actually working. Same with the 10" that looks just like the E-Series that is a 10w. Still no pics? Why would this be?

just wondering? Any insight for me Endi? Do these exist?
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maybe i have a single that is 1000 lumens. No need to release it though.

the point is that I have been hearing about these for a while, just havent seen a pic of it actually working. Same with the 10" that looks just like the E-Series that is a 10w. Still no pics? Why would this be?

just wondering? Any insight for me Endi? Do these exist?

Hey Tay...

Waiting for my rep to get me some, next week or so
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Have to see this could be a great light
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so Taylor, you have a single LED putting out 800 lumens??


COme on SxSC, some light display at night.
Baja Designs new "flashlight" is a single P7 LED that puts out 900 lumens.. the next rev will be 1000 out of a single LED. I bout the flashlight witch is stupid bright and will run one hour on a battery. Battery's are about $10 on Amazon and cheap enough to have backups. I use mine as a helmet light on my bike. Everyones using the new P7... do a google search.
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Vision X introduces the all new Solo s1100 in the Solstice Series of LED off road lamps. Equipped with Vision’s brand new 10 watt LED technology, with each 10 watt Solo producing 800 lumens making them the brightest LED off road lamp on the market in only a 2” x 2” square housing. Not only are they the brightest, they are the most efficient with the s1100 drawing only 0.75 amps due to their advanced electronic drivers which are also responsible for their 50,000 hour life span and variable 9-60 Volt DC input. The Solstice Solo’s main feature is the 4 sided channel design that allows you to interlink it on all four sides with another Solstice Solo pod or other various available mounting hardware for flat, tube or even helmet mount making it the only modular light with the ability to make any shape or length with the available spot, euro and flood beam patterns mixed throughout your custom configuration. No power on your ride, no worries; Vision X will also be releasing a line of rechargeable battery packs for any configuration of your Solstice Solo light pods.

Should have some in by next week, street price 120.00 each, we will be offering forum discounts on these bad boys.
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