With Korr’s round lights, light bars and double-stacked light bars bolted to the test Cruiser, we set out to clock up a few kilometres.
Were the lights any good? Yep, they were brilliant.
The distance and span that the lights shined was right up there with the best units we’ve tested. And the large-finned heat-sink aircraft-grade aluminium housing, polycarbonate lens, German-sourced Osram chips and IP69 rating (for the round driving light) provide specs as good as any you’ll find.
Almost every LED light we’ve tested has come with a 50,000-hour ‘promise’. Korr makes this promise, too, but the company also offers a three-year warranty on its range.
Performance-wise, Korr has made some big claims with regards to LUX readings over a long range – 1 LUX at 680m for the XDD680. Another big tick is that the LED bars come with spot and spread reflectors built in.
They provided excellent wide-close vision and a longer casting of light in the centre. Their patented hybrid combo reflector is said to be 94 per cent efficient for light throw, thereby making the most of useable light generation.
There are five offerings in the double row light bars, from the XDD220 (which claims 1 LUX at 220m) to the whopping XDD680 (which claims 1 LUX at 680m). There is also a range of single row and round light options.
In real life driving, these KORR lights certainly offer brilliant coverage and reach, and I’d be hard pressed finding anything on the market that would match their bang for buck, given their relatively cheaper than some other big name brands.
For more information: www.korrlighting.com.au
XDR510: 48W driving light $319
XDR270F: 80W driving light $319
Single row LED bars:
XDS310: 18W LED bar $169
XDS340: 36W LED bar $279
XDS440: 54W LED bar $369
XDS500: 71W LED bar $469
Double row LED bars:
XDD220: 36W LED bar $159
XDD380: 72W LED bar $249
XDD500: 120W LED bar $399
XDD650: 240W LED bar $699
XDD680: 288W LED bar $829