First Look: Adventurer Series Lights

Opposite Lock, one of Australia’s largest and most experienced 4X4 specialists, has just launched a new range of driving lights: The Adventurer Series. The lights have been developed in conjunction with Roadvision – one of Australia’s top lighting experts, supplying lighting solutions to suit passenger, 4X4, RV, marine, mining, agricultural, industrial and transport vehicles. The Adventurer Series of lights promises to deliver the combination of value, performance and durability.


The new range will consist of 7in and 9in LED driving lights, and 12in and 22in single-row light bars along with 14in and 22in dual-row light bars. All lights feature multi-voltage inputs (10-30V DC) with waterproof DT Deutsch connectors, 304 stainless steel hardware and complete electrical and radio interference protection. The lights also have a complete range of anti-theft and installation accessories. The 7in and 9in lights feature 10W Cree XML LEDs producing up to 10,200 lumens (9in) giving a clean white light (close to daylight) to help reduce driver fatigue. The 7in lights can produce 1 Lux of illumination at 630m, whereas the 9in lights produce 1 Lux at 690m. Both also have uniquely designed optical covers that deliver spot and driving beams from the one lamp for maximum flexibility and versatility. The lights are also rated at IP67 for water and dust ingress resistance.


All the light bars feature a combo beam pattern for good illumination on the road and down the side of the track. They have sliding mounts for ease of fitting and are IP68 rated. The single-row lights produce up to 10,800 lumens (22in), whilst the dual-row lights also produce up to 10,800 lumens (22in).


Prices range from $379 for the 7in driving light to $599 for the 9in light. Light bars range from $299 for either the 12 or 14in light bars through to $449 for the 22in light bars. All lights have just gone on sale and they’re backed by a 5-year warranty… so head over to your local Opposite Lock store and check them out.

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