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Turn The Darkest Nights Into Day With The New Vision X Solstice Series

Algona, WA, Scottsdale,AZ– (12/17/2008) Vision X introduces its all new Solstice series of LED off road lamps. Equipped with its brand new 10 watt LED technology, with each 10 watt LED producing 800 lumens featured in the XIL-6100 series 60 watt 6” round off road lamp which produces 4800 Lumens (500 watt halogen equivalent) and in the XIL-4100 series 40 watt 4" square off road lamp producing 3200 lumens (300 watt halogen equivalent) making them the brightest LED off road lamp on the market in such a compact design. Not only are they the brightest, they are the most efficient with the 6100 series drawing less than 3 amps and the 4100 series drawing less than 2 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.

Other key features are as follows; Rugged die-cast aluminum housing provides optimum durability and heat dissipation. The Solstice series also feature an IP68 ingress protection rated housing making them impenetrable to dust and submersible under water up to 3 meters. The unbreakable polycarbonate lenses are housed by a 6061 aluminum face plate which doubles as a radiant heat sink to melt away snow and ice in frigid conditions. Their stainless steel mounting bracket features knurled aiming knobs for 90 degrees of adjustment and is centered on the profile of the lights which provides a slim 1.5" mounting depth. The Solstice series has also been subjected to a 6Grms vibration test to ensure their performance in high impact conditions. Built to last, this Vision X series also features a lifetime warranty.

Whether in an underground mine, the North slope of Alaska, Racing the Baja 1000 or even in Space; Vision X products have been chosen as an industry leader. The Solstice series is another example of why Vision X continues to leave the competition in the dust. Vision X plans to continue the Solstice series with many other new products utilizing their new 10 watt LED technology being engineered as we speak. Please visit our website for new product updates at .

##Vision X Off-Road##

Vision Motor Sports was established in 1997. Located in Seattle Washington Vision has become one of the leading manufacturers of 12 volt lighting in the World. Vision X is known in many markets to be the premier lighting choice. You will find Vision lighting on Boat Towers, Off Road Vehicles, Emergency vehicles, Military Vehicles, Public Transportation Vehicles, Heavy Equipment, commercial vehicles, computer industry, commercial lighting, even underwater in Scuba diving lights all over the World.

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