Heretic Studio LED Series 6 Light, Flush Mount
Turn Night Into Day with These Off-Road Flush Mount LED Pod Lights, 6-WATT CREE LED’s Across Entire Bar, CNC of Solid 6061 Billet Aluminum, USA Made Brightness
Same great light with a “flush” bezel for added mounting applications.
The 6 series LED Flush light bar is a single light and is known as the staple light bar.
Typically this light bar can be used in just about every application.
Often used in the front and rear bumpers of trucks, jeeps, SUVs, and UTVs. Used on the sides and rear of roof racks to provide scene lighting and chase lights.
The housing is a CNC machined aircraft-grade aluminum that makes it the most durable and high-quality housing on the market.
We use the highest-grade LEDs and circuit boards that allow this light to be as bright as it can be while still controlling heat. Internal reflectors have been designed and optimized to shape and put out the best light possible. Make this light yours.
Chose between a clear lens or get an amber lens for dusty and foggy conditions.
Designed, manufactured, and assembled in the USA.
All Light Bars Carry a 30-Day Satisfaction Guarantee and a Lifetime Warranty
Sold Individually, Increase Quantity To Order Multiple Bars.
- Bar Length – Choose Size of Bar
- Comes Black Anodized
- Light Beam Pattern – (See below for Descriptions)
- Add On Amber Lens – Comes with Clear Lens, Add On Amber (See below for Descriptions)
- Add Wire Harness – Option For Direct Plug and Play install.
LED Sizes and Specs
- The difference between the two beam patterns comes down to a question of depth versus width.
- Spotlight beams are much more focused and narrow, producing a light beam that illuminates objects that are longer distances away but not providing as much in the way of side to side illumination.
- Generally, spotlight beam patterns are preferred for on-road driving.
- Opposite to spotlights beams, floodlight beams have a much wider angle of illumination, but lack the ability to light up far away objects. Floodlights are usually the better choice for lighting up a worksite or for off-roading where brightly illuminating hazards on the side of the road is crucial.
- If you aren’t sure which beam pattern is the best for you, or if you are going to be in situations where both are preferred, then perhaps you should consider an LED light bar that is made up of a combination of both bulbs.
- Having both spot and flood beams gives you full illumination of far away objects and objects that are off to your side, making combination light bars a highly popular choice.
When people refer to an amber LED light bar, they are referring to the unique color of light that these light bars produce.
As it turns out, this particular LED color is especially advantageous in certain driving situations. Due to the nature of the light, amber light is great for penetrating through vision-obstructing driving conditions such as rain, snow, fog, and heavy dust.
If you are going to be primarily using your LED light bar in off-road driving situations that are going to throwing up a lot of dust, an amber LED light bar for trucks is a great option to consider.
For clear conditions, an amber LED light bar is not as penetrating as a traditional white LED light bar, but if you find yourself often driving in hazardous conditions that limit visibility, then an amber light bar may be your best bet for ensuring you can see potential dangers on the road before it is too late.