Receiving the package I noticed that it was wrapped in enough bubble wrap to survive a pretty good beating from the delivery service, but luckily they didn't test this and the box arrived at my door in perfect condition. Unfortunately no pics of the packaging, i ripped it open in excitement before thinking about pictures!
Initial review...WOW! This thing is built like a tank. Feels very solid and it is pretty heavy, much heavier than i thought it would be, which i love because it makes it seem much more durable. The light has no imperfections in the finish, lens, reflectors, or LEDs that i could find.
After closing all of my curtains and turning off all of the lights in my house, and annoying my girlfriend through it all, i grabbed my 12V jump box to get an idea of what this thing could do. Hooked everything up and BAM!! This bar can put out some serious light!...In my living room at least, so far. I quickly unplugged the thing and ran outside to pop my hood and get ready for mounting and wiring.
Finished the wiring just as it was getting pretty dark outside so I was ready to really test the light. Hit the switch and my whole front yard lit up. Drove up on the street and not only does the light put out a good amount of flood lighting, it also throws a pretty good distance, which I am very pleased with.
Trek Light's specs for this light:
- 108 Watts
- Operating Voltage: 10 Volts – 30 Volts DC
- IP67 Rated
- 36 3-Watt CREE LEDS
- Color Temperature: 6000K
- Die cast aluminum housing
- Polycarbonate lens
- Stainless steel mounting bracket
- Spot or Flood Beam
- 50,000 hour estimated LED life
- Mounting Dimensions: 18” W x 3” H x 2.75” D
Built extremely well
Troy from Trek is a great guy
Comes with switch and fuse holder
I like the mounting design
Cree LEDs (which are made in the USA)
Seriously...i haven't found any yet...
Overall, i really recommend this light to anyone in the market for an LED bar. Trek Lights is a new company but they have definitely earned my future business.