Home›RBG Color Changing Spider Eyes Headlights for JK & TJ (1997-2017)
These headlights have a bluetooth controlled Daytime Running Light that can be changed to 10,000 different colors! Want it to strobe? Done. Go to the beat of your music? Done. Stay on one color or slowly change between multiple colors? Done. Best of all? You can turn off the Daytime Running Light and just leave the white halo ring on!
Sale Price $250.00
Final Price: $299.99
**While Supplies Last** **Orders will ship immediately direct from manufacturer overseas until bulk stock is received in our US warehouse, please allow 1-2 weeks ship time for pre orders**
Upgrade your Jeep Wrangler with our newly designed 7'' CREE LED Headlights
Provides a brighter, crisper and whiter light output, closer to the color temperature of daylight, dramatically improving light projection distance and overall visibility
Military grade, die-cast aluminum housing and non-yellowing, polycarbonate lens offer optimum protection against damage from impact, roadside debris and other hazards
Set it to strobe, pulse, go to the beat of the music, or stay solid on one color!
Ability to turn off DRL and leave Halo on!
Shock-proof, waterproof (IP67).
Color Temperature: 6000K-6500K.
More than 50,000 hours lifespan.
With purple DRL (Daytime Running Lights) and Spider Eyes
2 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
Only White and Amber are DOT approved. Use color options for off-road/show use only if unsure of local laws. Check local laws before using on street.
Includes 2x headlights, fuse tap, and H4 to H13 Adapter (Required for '07-'17 Wranglers)
To download app simply scan QR Code with your phone! Or download the "BLEDIM" App from the app store!
Fits 1997-2017 Jeep Wrangler TJ JK
***The headlights themselves and halo rings come DOT and SAE approved from the manufacturer, however check local laws before using the DRL on the street! Every state has different laws regarding which colors of daytime running lights are acceptable. Amber and White are acceptable in all 50 states, while red and blue are illegal in most. If you are unsure, stick to only using the DRL function for off-road or show use only!