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Simply put; the Denali D4 is a beast. It is the most powerful and most versatile light packing the punch of four DM lights in one rugged housing. The four LED pod is equipped with two 60° elliptical flood lenses and two 10° spot beam lenses to create the ultimate hybrid beam pattern; a super wide close-range flood and single piercing spot beam. Consuming only 20 watts of power per lamp, the Denali D4 lights throw a blazing beam of light 550 feet down the road in front of you. That’s over 3 times further (and way wider) than your typical motorcycle high beam.
Pod Size: 3.9" square x 2.5" long
Beam Distance: 550ft
Power Draw: 20watts per lamp (3amp total draw)
Beam Angle: 10° lenses and 60° elliptical lenses
Waterproof: IP-68 (full immersion at 6.6ft for 60 minutes)
Daylight at night time
I fitted these to my 2014 Super Tenere and just finished 6700 mile ride including the continental divide. These lights were superb, I had a few late night rides in the mountains on tight gravel roads and some 2-track and they provided security and comfort to continue without trying to find a campsite as a priority.
The spot and flood combination provides wide coverage and there is no issue with outdriving the lights. As with all LED's the white light provides clarity and in my opinion reduced fatigue and increased concentration span.
Driving at night on asphalt was not an issue and I also had the opportunity to use them in severe thunderstorm and they worked well making it easy to see "through" the rain without the normal glare issues.
One needs to manage the light carefully with oncoming traffic and I had a feeling they were blinding a few cars at quite a distance away....
It was also fun to bright back at some idiot truckers who seem to have fun with switching their brights on before they pass you.
Installation was easy and integration of the system to the main beam of the bike was simple and elegant. Still having the override switch to run with just the standard bike lights is useful in normal road conditions.
I had the bike down many times on my CD trip and the lights were berried in mud and even some impact with rocks, the robust bracketry and housing design ensured no damage to the lights or functionality and I was able to just bend the brackets back in place and get on with it. Will need to fill in some paint work on the brackets to stop them from rusting.
These are pricey!! But I would recommend them to anyone with a need to have wide coverage close as well as spotting the distance! It is one of those investments you will be happy you made when you get in a situation where you really need them!
September 9, 2014
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Kirill S: 40w total output of Cree LEDs, great reviews and I needed high wide and narrow beams.Nov 3, 2014
David B: I live in a very rural area, primarily farms, golf courses and wooded land. There are a lot of curvy roads and it's also home of the Amish folk. The horses & buggies, dear and small animals make night driving treacherous. There is also a significant amount of local, weekly DUI charges through the community. The more light I can throw, the sooner I might identify a hazard and avoid it.Aug 24, 2014
A shopper asked:can you tell me the lumens per unit?? ThanksOct 14, 2014
Vaseem C:The lumens are not explicitly mentioned anywhere that I could find, but I have seen the lights working at night on a friend's bike, which is why I bought them. My guess is about 1500 lumens per side. What is even more important is that a fender mount makes them turn with the handlebars, which is what one would want off road at night to see where you want to go, not where the bike's nose is pointing.Nov 3, 2014