Category Archives: ATV Lights
Baja Designs Pitch Black video contest! Baja Designs is holding a video contest for all BD supporters, with a grand prize of $1500 in your choice of product. If you own one of our light systems on any vehicle, then this contest is perfect for you. All you have to do is make a (3)three minute or less video using our lights at night and submit it for a chance to win. We will select the top 5 videos, post the top 5 on facebook, and then it is up to you to vote for the top 3 grand prize winners here on facebook. Another bonus, if you buy our lights in order to make a video we will refund you the amount of your purchase if you win!(up to $1500) For more information, rules, and prizes please see the attached flyer above. Don’t be scared to get creative, thanks and good luck! (PLEASE SUBMIT all videos to Gordon@bajadesigns.com by October 7th)
We at Baja Designs have taken “Stealth” to a new meaning with Camo Stealth LED Light. The popular Stealth LED light bar is now available in the BD Woodland pattern, so Outdoorsmen alike can keep the 3500 lumen ultra bright light under wraps until the power switch is flipped. Ideal for any Truck, UTV, Buggy or Boat, the sleek (only 1.5″ tall), waterproof aluminum housing of the Camo Stealth LED can withstand the extreme tortures of the outdoors.
Hey everyone, we wanted to share some information regarding light sources and beam patterns that might be useful when discussing lighting options or comparing products. We understand that this is a lot of information to take in all at once, but please don’t be intimidated Baja Designs is here to help. If you ever have any questions about any article or products, please feel free to ask us.
We would argue that color temperature and optics are as important as lumen output in determining your choice of an LED light. Today we want to talk about Color Temperature. In the simplest of terms, color temperature indicates the color of a specific type of light source.
- Let’s keep it simple and take the sun at its highest and brightest point in the sky: high noon. At noon, assuming no additional effects from weather and atmospheric conditions, the sun has a perceived color temperature anywhere between 5000K and 5400K.