The older you get, the less tolerant you become of glare.
A little snippet from Driving Vision News:
The HP25R 2.0 looks interesting. I like the idea of locating the battery at the back of the head. On my Armytek headlamps, the back of the headband is always riding up. Some weight back there might reduce that tendency.
Is Ford using bargain basement ADB headlights on the F-150? I ask because US market Ford Tremor F-150s (model ID 402A) are apparently being equipped with ADB headlights that are programmed to function as conventional low beam/high beam headlights, with automatic high beam and curve adaptive...
In the above thread, some F-150 owners in the USA claim they have been able to enable ADB via software (FORScan) changes.
Are some current F-150 USA production trucks actually being equipped with software...
Yes, it is. Seems that IIHS is setting the bar a little low. Despite that, IIHS says that only 29% of all the tested model-year-2021 headlight systems earned a rating of "good".
The 2021 F-150 LED reflectors were rated "acceptable" and the halogen reflectors were rated as "poor".
The Wizard C2 Pro Max will have a hotspot of 110 degree (and a range of 114 meter), compared to 70 degree in the standard Wizard C2 Pro.
More specs here:
Surprise, surprise, Ford received a rating of "Good" for headlight performance from IIHS on one of their vehicles, the 2021 Bronco Sport with LED projectors for high and low beams. Are these headlamps sourced from Hella...
Is it necessary to buy a separate grommet? One is already included with the 820KC-10 lamp, along with a 817-48 weather tight plug.
Peterson 421-18 grommet: