Oracle CCFL Headlight Halo Kit
- Designed with Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lighting (CCFL)
- Provides smoother, more consistent light than LEDs
- Rated to last on average 50,000 hours
- Includes the required power inverter
- Available in a wide array of colors
- Backed by Oracle's lifetime warranty
Get in on the latest craze with an Oracle CCFL headlight halo kit! CCFL or Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lighting is a proven light technology that is known for its smooth and even light output.
These halos are made using Oracle's "XE" technology; "XE" rings are sturdier and thicker than standard CCFL rings, making them more durable and brighter. Oracle CCFL halos are available in blue, red, green, ultraviolet purple, amber, pink, yellow, as well as white 10000K, 8000K, & 6000K. These CCFL headlight halos have a phosphor coated glass tube and have an expected lifespan of 50,000 hours of continuous usage. Oracle includes a power inverter with every kit for your convenience.
Order your Oracle CCFL headlight halo kit today and see just what a dramatic difference it will make to your ride's appearance! And no need to worry, your kit comes backed by Oracle's lifetime warranty.
Order NotesPlease check your local ordinances before ordering to ensure that your new halo light kit will be legal in your area. Headlight halo kits are designed to only work with factory headlights and will not work with aftermarket headlights.
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Installing a set of halos into your factory headlights is a fairly complicated task. Rest assured, the detailed instructions sent with your halo kit from Oracle will be easy to follow. If you have any questions or would like additional information, please feel free to reach out to our customer service department. We have representatives available every day of the week.
Limited Lifetime Warranty
All products offered by Oracle come backed by a limited lifetime warranty against defects in materials or workmanship. Oracle reserves the right to have the product manufacturer inspect, test, and diagnose the defective part to see if the defect was due to factory error or customer negligence. Customer is responsible for all related shipping charges. Warranty does not cover damage due to improper installation.