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Old 01-18-2012, 02:10 PM   #1
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Arrow LUX Angel Eyes Available From www.bimmereyes.com

BimmerEyes Inc. is a Canadian company that specializes in premium BMW angel eye lighting and accessories. We are very pleased to provide Canadian BMW owners with the brightest LED H8 angel eyes bulbs on the market...LUX Angel Eyes.

Xenon headlights and halogen angel eyes just don't go together.

If you are seeking an LED solution to your dull, yellow looking angel eyes/corona rings, to a look that more closely resembles the new 5 series and 3 series coupe, replace the stock halogen bulbs with LUX LED Angel Eyes. They will instantly update the look of your BMW.

LUX H8 V3 Angel Eyes are:
  • 100% plug & play (installation instructions on our website)
  • 100% error free - no computer errors or radio interference
  • The brightest LED H8 bulb on the market
  • Backed by a one year warranty


Price: $245/Set of two (two bulbs light up all four angel eye rings)


Shipping: $18 Flat Rate XpressPost to Canadian customers. If you order more than one set, your shipping cost will still just be $18, bringing the shipping cost down for each set that is ordered if they are going to the same destination.

No Duty / No Customs Fees

Visit our website at www.bimmereyes.com to learn more and to order.

Here are a few photos to show just how classy the LUX H8 V3 Angel Eyes can make your BMW.

This is how your BMW should have looked from the factory!


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Ross
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Old 01-18-2012, 06:26 PM   #2
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E36 kits?
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Old 01-18-2012, 07:24 PM   #3
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Hello knightowl,

Thanks for reply. Sorry, we don't currently carry any angel eye kits that will fit the E36.

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Old 01-18-2012, 08:50 PM   #4
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Can you tell us what emitter is used to make it the "brightest LED angel eye replacement"?

Also, any pics of the amber?
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Old 01-18-2012, 09:33 PM   #5
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Hello Qube,

What makes the LUX H8 V3 the brightest on the market is the quality of the LED diodes used and the fact that there are four diodes on each light. The others use only two diodes which don't light up the rings as bright as the LUX H8 V3.

Regarding the amber lights, they are no longer being produced due to low demand. If you would still like a photo, just let me know.

Thanks for your questions.

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Old 03-17-2012, 05:06 PM   #6
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Old 03-18-2012, 12:53 PM   #7
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how do these fair on the E39 M5? any pics? throw any codes? almost looks like the pics up would take away from the HID beams.

Interested, but MTEC ones are a lot cheaper, even off eBay
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Old 03-18-2012, 01:29 PM   #8
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Notice how my previous question was technically unanswered. For E39 go for the 10w CREE LED XM-L versions. You'll know they are since it has a massive ridiculous heatsink.


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Old 03-18-2012, 03:26 PM   #9
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how do these fair on the E39 M5? any pics? throw any codes? almost looks like the pics up would take away from the HID beams.

Interested, but MTEC ones are a lot cheaper, even off eBay
Hello,

The LUX H8 V3 won't work on your E39 M5. For other BMW's that they do fit on, they don't throw any codes and they blend nicely with the HID's. Yes, MTEC are cheaper, but the LUX H8 are noted to be a brighter LED H8 bulb.

Thanks for your questions.

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Old 03-18-2012, 03:28 PM   #10
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Notice how my previous question was technically unanswered. For E39 go for the 10w CREE LED XM-L versions. You'll know they are since it has a massive ridiculous heatsink.


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Hello Qube,

Sorry if you felt I didn't answer your previous question to your satisfaction. If you were asking what brand of LED diode is used in the LUX H8 V3, it is the CREE LED diode.

If I have missed the mark again, please let me know.

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If you order more than one set, your shipping cost will still just be $18, bringing the shipping cost down for each set that is ordered if they are going to the same destination.
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Old 03-18-2012, 11:32 PM   #12
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If you order more than one set, your shipping cost will still just be $18, bringing the shipping cost down for each set that is ordered if they are going to the same destination.
Hello Florence76,

Yes, that is correct. The more your order, the lower the shipping cost is for each set going to the same destination as the shipping cost stays the same at $18.00

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Hello Qube,

Sorry if you felt I didn't answer your previous question to your satisfaction. If you were asking what brand of LED diode is used in the LUX H8 V3, it is the CREE LED diode.

If I have missed the mark again, please let me know.

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Thanks Ross. CREE is merely the manufacturer much like BMW is. Is it an XPE? XPG? XML? Do you know which bin as you're claiming to be brightest? Eg. R5, T6, U2...

A little information does go a long way.


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Old 04-19-2012, 11:51 PM   #14
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Hello Qube,

We are not able to provide the type of Cree LED diodes used in the LUX H8 V3bulbs as this is proprietary information. However, if you search this forum and others you will get a good sense of how others feel about the LUX lights compared with other LED lights.

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your shipping cost will still just be $18, bringing the shipping cost down for each set that is ordered if they are going to the same destination.
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