Price: $40.00 Pros: Very bright lighting, price, accessories Cons: Short wiring harness Recommended? Yes
Comments: I purchased two of the lights for $40, but these lights are very bright. They are 55w halogen bulbs. H3 I believe. The only problem I ran into with them was deciding where to mount them! I mounted mine between the two fog lights under the grill and they are perfect there. Always good to have a little extra light for the trails when you can't afford those expensive light bars.
Price: $1.00 Pros: Super bright Cons: Got water in one somehow, had to take it apart and drill a hole so that it would drain and then siliconed back up. They're in my bumper and I wasn't about to pull the whole rear of the jeep apart for a light. Recommended? Yes
Comments: Got these lights built into my rear bumper. I use them as backup lights, service lights when working, great to hook up to trailers at night with. Got them wired to a switch so I can blind people on my tail when driving as well. It sure does work!
Price: $39.99 Pros: not a bad buy for the price. Cons: not even close to bright enough. however if you get some 12v 100w replacement H3's for under $8 a piece of the net than they are worth it. Recommended? No
Comments: the product is made out of plastic and when pulling the lens covers on and off some of the glas around the lens chips off. pretty easy to mount and the wiring kit is okay. i upgraded the wiring to 12gauge wire since i will be replacing the stock 55w bulbs with 100w bulbs.