yeah, I mean for smoked lenses I dunno how much brighter they could really be. but to each their own, for sure.I just got these today and installed them, and I have to say I am not really 100% loving them. They are REALLY dim. It's daylight right now and they're smoked, but still...
Also not really satisfied with the build quality of one of them. Whatever seal they use between the lens and the housing can be seen sticking out on the driver's side one in the upper right corner if you're next to it looking at it.
I was already bummed because I ordered sequential ones made by WinJet that turned out to be a bust for me (glow bar went out after 5 minutes on both of them), so was really hoping these would be great. At this point, I should have just gotten the knock offs off Amazon and at least spent $100 less.
I will retest tonight in the dark and update with new pics then.
They do look slightly brighter than the pic I posted. I'm guessing if the Winjets were of better overall quality more people would use them. The build quality may not be perfect on the ORACLES (there is one small defect with mine too where it looks like a tiny bit of wire is poking out between the casing and the lens), but I think the LED and overall qualify is superior. That's my take anyway. I don't anticipate any of my ORACLE LED products will fail anytime soon, but time will tell.For comparison, these were smoked Winjets (before they stopped working on me). Plastic film was still on them, which is why they look a bit weird.
Love them. The *only* "problem" with them, if you can even call it that, is I've been told that during the day it can be a bit hard to see them light up. They also give me an annoying "light out" diagnostic on just one side of the vehicle but both the lane assist sensors and the lights work perfectly so it's a minor nuisance that I barely notice. But I've had them for Idek how long, over a year now? Give or take? And I'm still very happy.Any update on these? Are you happy with them long term?