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VisionX Solstice Solo

VisionX Solstice Solo

by VisionX
SKU:VISX_XIL-S11

97.5
£97.50
5 stars, based on 13 reviews
An LED light producing 900 lumens (approx the same light output as a standard 35W car headlight) but taking only 0.75 amps. No special wiring/switches/relays required. 100% waterproof and a lifetime warranty. Awesome!
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Choose between the all new Solo s1100, 10 ° beam or the Solo s1103 with a  65°/30° elliptical beam. The 10 ° beam pattern is a little deceptive as there is a smooth transition of light off the spot, they make great 'full beams' or helmet lights. The  65°/30° elliptical beam pattern makes a great low 'fog' light with great depth while still illuminating the side of the track strongly.

Equipped with Vision’s brand new 10 watt LED technology, with each 10 watt Solo producing 900 lumens (!) making them the brightest LED off road lamp on the market in only a 2” x 2” square housing. Not only are they the brightest, they are the most efficient with the s1100 drawing only 0.75 amps due to their advanced electronic drivers which are also responsible for their 50,000 hour life span and variable 9 - 50 Volt DC input. The Solstice Solo’s main feature is the 4 sided channel design that allows you to interlink it on all four sides with another Solstice Solo pod or other various available mounting hardware for flat, tube or even helmet mount making it the only modular light with the ability to make any shape or length with the available spot and eliptical flood beam patterns mixed throughout your custom configuration.

No power on your ride, no worries;  a line of rechargeable battery packs (3.5 hour or 6.5 hour) for any configuration of your Solstice Solo light pods are available.

Trail bikes benefit enormously from just a single light to give a major boost as you ride into the evening on those winter trail rides.
Big trailies can have spots patched into the high beam and wide beams into the low for automatic switching with your standard headlight. Alternatively a plug n play two light harness and switch is available!

The solo pod comes complete with a simple two wire connector and a one bolt pan and tilt adjustable mount. The connectors to array multiple units are also included. Fitting is fast and simple, just connect to any DC source.
Check out the video below for an example fitment and to see the performance.



Features: Input Voltage 9 - 50 Volt DC, 50,000 Hour Life Span, Low Amp Draw 0.75A, IP-68 Rated Housing

Specifications: Diameter: 2" x 2" x 2", Diameter: 2", Mounting Depth: 1.5", Housing: Die-Cast Aluminum

Warranty:Lifetime Limited

Questions

Questions on VisionX Solstice Solo

  • From chris at 16/08/2011 17:23
    • would these be a better alternative to an HID conversion on my KTM 690 Enduro?
    • yes, these would work far better for a number reasons.

      The 690's headlight unit does not have a particularly efficient reflector, therefore even the bright light produced by the HID bulb is not projected particularly well down the road, giving 'spotty' coverage.

      The Vision X Solstice Solo produces a very even spread of light that picks out the details in your surroundings, meaning much less strain on the eyes.

      Also, we feel that an auxiliary light is much safer than a high powered single light as in case of failure you are not plunged into darkness (while careering through an unlit tunnel at 60mph, dont ask us how we know this!)
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  • From rupie at 22/08/2011 12:14
    • Im not sure which lights to get, spot or wide. Ive got a Yamaha XT 660z Tenere. Any Ideas?
    • There are a few options depending on what you want to do.

      Many people who want 'road-presence' lighting for the day, or driving lights for the night wired to a seperate switch, a pair of spots and a switch wired from the battery are a good option

      Another good setup is to splice a 'wide' light into the wiring for your tail light and a 'spot' into your main beam. If you do this, the wide beam will be on whenever your low beam is, them when you flick onto high beam, the wide will stay on the the spot will come on as well! This is great for actual night riding when you will have to keep turning off a pair of spots so you dont blind on-coming traffic

      Hope this helps!
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  • From wazza at 03/04/2012 05:52
    • Hi.

      Do these lights come with a bracket that allows these lights be fitted to a yamaha XT660z Tenere after market crash bars?
    • HI,

      The lights come with a generic one bolt bracket that allow them to be fitted to most things with a little ingenuity. The bracket allows the light to swivel AND tilt, so as long as you can mount the bracket either horizontally or vertically you have complete freedom in the beam direction. See pictures on the product page

      On the other hand we do offer a specific bracket to mount a pair of lights below the headlight on the Tenere

      http://www.adventure-spec.com/default/bashplate-protection-crashbars-guard-it-technology-vision-x-lighting-bracket-yamaha-xt660z-tenere.html

      Hope this helps.
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  • From Russ at 06/05/2012 23:51
    • I have a brand new Honda NC700X and wondered if it would be possible to T-tap in 2x Solstice spots into the +12VDC wire for my full beam filament on the stock H4 bulb, so that they come on at the same time as my full beam? Without the use of a relay and direct +12VDC from the battery?? I guess I'm asking whether 2 of these lights will overload that channel given there is also a 55W H4 halogen on it.
    • Firstly you should check what electrical components are connected to your headlight lighting circuit (usually just your main headlamp unit).

      Then check all your lighting configurations and make a note of how many bulbs you can light up at any one time including using your 'pass' switch to light up both main and dipped beams.

      Once you have done this you will need to remove all the bulbs you made a note of in the last step and check how many Watts each bulb uses. This is always written on the bulb somewhere, usually in the format '55w 12v'

      Add your Watts together and then divide them by 12. FOr example if you have only a single headlight on at any one time you can simply take 55w divided by 12v = 4.58A

      You now know the maximum amount of amps used by your headlight circuit. Add to this 1 Amp (actually 0.8Amps but we'll allow a little extra for safety) for each Solstic solo you wish to add, in this case 2. So, 4.58Amps + 2Amps = 6.58Amps.

      Multiply this figure by 1.5 to allow a good margin of safety and to stop fuse fatigue and you have the maximum amount of power that will run down your lighting circuit with your new lights connected. 6.58Amps x 1.5 = 9.87Amps

      If this figure is smaller than your headlight lighting circuit fuse you are good to go. For example a 10Amp fuse in this example would be fine.

      No simple answer I'm afraid, but better than a guestimation!

      Please be aware that:

      NON OF THIS IS RELEVANT IF YOU HAVE A CANBUS SYSTEM SUCH AS THE SYSTEM RUN ON A BMW GS1200!!



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  • From Alex porter at 24/10/2012 10:59
    • I own an XT660Z. If I were to buy the bracket and mount 2 x spots under the headlight, can I angle them down so as to not blind other road users or would they need to be turned off unless no other traffic on the road?

      I am after 'road presence' rather than pure off road illumination.

      Many Thanks

    • Yes, the angles of the lights are completely adjustable. You'll certainly achieve road presence with two of these on the front of your bike!
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  • From Nick at 28/12/2012 20:20
    • Hi
      The light in the video fitted to your 690's, is it a spot or wide beam? I would like a similar setup, simple and effective!
      Cheers
      Nick
    • Its a spot.

      Thanks for the question.
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  • From Ricardo at 05/02/2013 12:21
    • Hello,

      I have a 2011 BMW R1200GS what would be the best option for roads and there is a specific support for installation?

      Thank you.
    • Normally for faster road riding on open roads two 10 degree SPOTS are used. For slower or off-road riding where you need details of the ground directly in front of your front wheel a mix of one SPOT and and one WIDE beam are used.

      There is no support for installation, but if you wanted to have your lights fitted any competent local mechanic should be able to do a great job.

      Thanks for the enquiry.
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  • From mike white at 25/07/2013 17:51
    • Hi Guys

      What sort of temperature do these run at and do they need to be dangling in the breeze?

      Reason for asking is that I'm thinking of popping one inside the headlamp shell on my Bird to supplement the HID projector on high beam. (The upper one with the angel eye is more for show and is quite frankly a pants cheapo chinese thing)

      http://www.sharetheexperience.co.uk/BB/hid.htm
    • Mike,

      There is no requirement for them to be in the breeze for cooling. Dakar riders use them in Rally Fairings begin polycarb guards and they behave perfectly.

      Hope that helps.
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  • From Tom at 13/10/2013 14:16
    • Can I wire this into my main beam wires on my (canbus?) 2011 F800GS? If not, do you have any idea on the best way to get it to come on with my main beam?

      Will the canbus cope with triggering a relay off the main beam?

      Cheers,

      Tom
    • Tom,

      We don't recommend you interfere with your CANBUS system to add lights, but we have emailed you a wiring diagram that explains how to attach LED lighting systems to your bike.
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  • From tim hutchins at 30/10/2013 19:03
    • i have a R1200GS LC, 2013 with full LED lighting. Can i wire in these lights to the system or would it be best to get a second switch unit to go direct from the battery?
      Thanks.
    • Hi Tim,

      I think with the Canbus setup you had best wire a switch direct to the battery
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  • From Ole at 16/04/2014 07:21
    • Hi AS
      Would you have some sort of crashbar / rollbar mounts for these lights?
      I want to mount them on my R80GS
    • Hi Ole,

      We have been testing these but as yet have not got them on sale as we're not 100% happy with them. Watch this space!
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  • From Dave N at 02/05/2014 14:51
    • I have a 2013 Super Tenere and have the OEM fog lights (PIAA). If i fit a pair of the Vision X Solos could i splice into the wiring for the fog lights, thus using the same switch as the fog lights?
    • Dave,

      In theory, yes you can. The only concern would be to check the size of the fused circuit to make sure there is enough spare capacity on it to accept the additional lights.

      For example: If you have 2 spots each with 55watt bulbs then the total load on the circuit in Amps will be given by 55watts divided by 12 volts = 4.58Amps for each lamp. Meaning a total load of 9.16 Amps. For simplicity if you had a 10 Amp fuse on the line then there is not enough capacity left for the 2 Amps required by the Solstice Solos. Assuming that there were only the spot lights on the circuit and the fuse was 15A then you would be good to go.

      Hope that makes some kind of sense!

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  • From Al at 31/07/2014 15:52
    • Are these lights road legal in the UK (provided say I wired one wide to the brake light and the spot to the main beam) ?
    • Al,

      These lights are road legal if used as driving lights, but cannot be substituted for dipped or main bean lights on a vehicle that is legal for use on roads after dark.

      Hope that helps,
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  • From Khaled at 13/09/2014 08:08
    • Can these be run off a bike (Yamaha TT600R) with no battery?
    • The TTR600 was an unusual bike as it ran 6v electrics rather than the more usual 12v. Check the stator windings to be sure (there are 6 pickup coils rather than the standard 12 on a normal stator, see here: http://img716.imageshack.us/img716/8008/1003693y.jpg). Or check with a multimeter.

      If you do have a 6v bike then I'm sorry to say that its not enough to drive the Solstice Solo, it needs at least 9v to fire.

      Dave
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  • From Scot at 20/10/2014 14:42
    • Haven't got the bike yet (Yamaha xt660z Tenere) but I've heard the single headlamp isn't great. With these I believe there are 2 types, the wide angle and a spot? I think..

      I would mainly want them for use with the full beam at night, (so spots would be better?) but I'd also want them for road presence during the day.

      What would my best option be? Because I think the spots are brighter and would just dazzle other road users?

      So the question would be do you think the wide angle lamps would increase visibility at night, with the full beam? Or are they not really bright enough to be projected that far?
    • Scot,

      Both units produce the same amount of light, the difference is in the way the lens deflects it. For night use on full beam the spot are undoubtedly what you need and directly properly they should not cause oncoming road users too much trouble as they are very focussed. The wide beams (15/45) if pointed downwards are great for flooding in front of the bike, but if you point them upwards they won't throw light any great distance and will blind other road users as the lenses have a wide beam width.

      Hope that helps.
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  • From nigel at 08/11/2014 12:54
    • hello I have a xt660z I was thinking of buying the wide beam fog lights but not sure now I want road presence in the day also at night would the spots be better pointed on the road
    • Nigel,

      The 15/45 solstice solos give great road presence as they are visible by other drivers over a much wider arc. At night they will illuminate a large area in front of the bike (like a dipped beam) but will not throw light any distance. The spots will replicate a main beam at night, but will be slightly less visible over such a wide arc in the daylight.

      We hope that makes some sense!
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Reviews

Customer Reviews

Great Review by Dilip
Great" by , written on 6 November 2015
Easy to fit, amazing quality and well built solid piece of equipment, so much better than the original (Plastic) junk. And need I mention the price in comparison to said plastic!!
Light output is great, not really measured the draw on power, and the service from Adventure Spec second to none, arrived on time as specified, no issues, easy to navigate site with a whole bunch of stuff. Great job and thanks :)
Overall rating
5 out of 5
Easy to fit, amazing quality and well built solid piece of equipment, so much better than the original (Plastic) junk. And need I mention the price in comparison to said plastic!!
Light output is great, not really measured the draw on power, and the service from Adventure Spec second to none, arrived on time as specified, no issues, easy to navigate site with a whole bunch of stuff. Great job and thanks :) (Posted on 06/11/2015)
Excellent Review by Tom Sheppard
Excellent" by , written on 25 May 2015
US de-luxe engineering at its best. Beautifully engineered, solidly made. Used on a Yamaha MT07 - flood on the left, spot on the right - as an aid on winding country roads lacking decent edge marking. Very effective even though the MT07's headlight is pretty wide. Both VisionXs wired to the parking light so on all the time. The brightness is a very obvious aid to daylight visibility in car drivers' mirrors. Very low current drawn enables the lights to run off the park-light fuse with no problems. Highly recommended.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
US de-luxe engineering at its best. Beautifully engineered, solidly made. Used on a Yamaha MT07 - flood on the left, spot on the right - as an aid on winding country roads lacking decent edge marking. Very effective even though the MT07's headlight is pretty wide. Both VisionXs wired to the parking light so on all the time. The brightness is a very obvious aid to daylight visibility in car drivers' mirrors. Very low current drawn enables the lights to run off the park-light fuse with no problems. Highly recommended. (Posted on 25/05/2015)
Solstice lamps Review by Naked rider
Solstice lamps" by , written on 1 May 2015
I have had these lamps fitted to my GS for several years now and they worked great right across from London to Beijing (2010) and London to Magadan "the road of bones 2012)"
they work so well and draw hardly no power at all, unlike a certain German halogen after market brand I bought from my so friendly BMW dealer?? I am still using the W***ch wiring harnes though!
Adventure Spec do a fine job off supplying bits that work, thank's
Overall rating
5 out of 5
I have had these lamps fitted to my GS for several years now and they worked great right across from London to Beijing (2010) and London to Magadan "the road of bones 2012)"
they work so well and draw hardly no power at all, unlike a certain German halogen after market brand I bought from my so friendly BMW dealer?? I am still using the W***ch wiring harnes though!
Adventure Spec do a fine job off supplying bits that work, thank's (Posted on 01/05/2015)
vision x lights Review by sparrow
vision x lights" by , written on 7 April 2015
purchased a few things from ADV spec now and has always been hassle free with fast promt delivery, the vision x lights are superb mounted to my tenere(bought bracket for said bike)also purchased the wiring harness which I found a bit tricky to fit my fault me and wires don't go, I had to add a red wire and connector from the switch which I hadn't expected,the fitter at work put me on the right track after much head scratching and alls well- over all the set up fits/looks great well chuffed-stickers x2 look good on the fork legs cheers ADV spec.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
purchased a few things from ADV spec now and has always been hassle free with fast promt delivery, the vision x lights are superb mounted to my tenere(bought bracket for said bike)also purchased the wiring harness which I found a bit tricky to fit my fault me and wires don't go, I had to add a red wire and connector from the switch which I hadn't expected,the fitter at work put me on the right track after much head scratching and alls well- over all the set up fits/looks great well chuffed-stickers x2 look good on the fork legs cheers ADV spec. (Posted on 07/04/2015)
Great piece of kit Review by Tom
Great piece of kit" by , written on 3 April 2015
Firstly thanks to the guys at Adventure spec, it was great to be able to get such informed advice from real bikers.
I have brought the 45/15 degree wide angle lights to be used as day time running and to give me extra light at night, and they did not disappoint. They are such a white light that in the day you defiantly notice the traffic parting for you on the morning commute. The last part of my journey is on small country roads, these lights really highlight the edges of the road and all of the debris on the road in the winter months. I have mounted them directly to the engine bars of my Suzuki v-strom dl1000. The lights are such good quality they will probably out last the bike! I feel a spot light purchase coming on next winter???
Overall rating
5 out of 5
Firstly thanks to the guys at Adventure spec, it was great to be able to get such informed advice from real bikers.
I have brought the 45/15 degree wide angle lights to be used as day time running and to give me extra light at night, and they did not disappoint. They are such a white light that in the day you defiantly notice the traffic parting for you on the morning commute. The last part of my journey is on small country roads, these lights really highlight the edges of the road and all of the debris on the road in the winter months. I have mounted them directly to the engine bars of my Suzuki v-strom dl1000. The lights are such good quality they will probably out last the bike! I feel a spot light purchase coming on next winter??? (Posted on 03/04/2015)
Outstanding !!! Review by Ivan G
Outstanding !!!" by , written on 11 November 2014
First off -brilliant service from ADV Spec in terms of order and delivery .
Ordered a set of narrow beamVision X solos + mounting bracket and a pair of tool containers for my XT 660 Z , all dispatched within the hour the order was made.Impressive!
Fitting is straight bolt on out of the box ,lights fitted perfectly .As far as the output on these goes, I have only one word in mind ...WoW!!
Throwing well over 120 meters of extremely bright light, these are very well constructed , robust and light. Rode a thousand clicks with them allready , I can only say that another set for my Africa Twin will be on order .
100 % recommended !!
Overall rating
5 out of 5
First off -brilliant service from ADV Spec in terms of order and delivery .
Ordered a set of narrow beamVision X solos + mounting bracket and a pair of tool containers for my XT 660 Z , all dispatched within the hour the order was made.Impressive!
Fitting is straight bolt on out of the box ,lights fitted perfectly .As far as the output on these goes, I have only one word in mind ...WoW!!
Throwing well over 120 meters of extremely bright light, these are very well constructed , robust and light. Rode a thousand clicks with them allready , I can only say that another set for my Africa Twin will be on order .
100 % recommended !! (Posted on 11/11/2014)
Real 100mph+ lights Review by JB
Real 100mph+ lights" by , written on 14 July 2012
I've got two of the 15 degree Solstice on my VFR1200 and rigged to come on with the full-beam.
They are absolutely brilliant, much much better than HID which I've tried on other bikes.
I call them 100mph+ lights which should give a clue on what's possible when they're on.
I ride a lot in the winter on A & B roads and they give you that extra confidence because you can actually see.
They weather well too - they've been through two winters and haven't got a mark.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
I've got two of the 15 degree Solstice on my VFR1200 and rigged to come on with the full-beam.
They are absolutely brilliant, much much better than HID which I've tried on other bikes.
I call them 100mph+ lights which should give a clue on what's possible when they're on.
I ride a lot in the winter on A & B roads and they give you that extra confidence because you can actually see.
They weather well too - they've been through two winters and haven't got a mark. (Posted on 14/07/2012)
The Best !! Review by Jules
The Best !!" by , written on 6 April 2012
I've had a pair of the wide's fitted to my TT600re for over a year now, done over 15,000Km to Turkey & back. Not once did anyone pull out in front of me - it's got to be worth it just for that !
They are brilliant, makes my halogen headlight look very dim which is I got them in the first place, racing round the lanes at night meant a lot of, err, ummm, "emergency braking".... added bonus people pull over when overtaking, day or night.
Coz they're tiny they are easy to accommodate - definitely the best mod on my bike.
One tip, for long distance on a big single, loctite the mounting allen screw.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
I've had a pair of the wide's fitted to my TT600re for over a year now, done over 15,000Km to Turkey & back. Not once did anyone pull out in front of me - it's got to be worth it just for that !
They are brilliant, makes my halogen headlight look very dim which is I got them in the first place, racing round the lanes at night meant a lot of, err, ummm, "emergency braking".... added bonus people pull over when overtaking, day or night.
Coz they're tiny they are easy to accommodate - definitely the best mod on my bike.
One tip, for long distance on a big single, loctite the mounting allen screw. (Posted on 06/04/2012)
Awesome! Review by adventurer950
Awesome!" by , written on 31 October 2011
Make you presence known with these babies!!! One of my best add ons ever!
Overall rating
5 out of 5
Make you presence known with these babies!!! One of my best add ons ever! (Posted on 31/10/2011)
Vision X Solstice solos Review by sasboy
Vision X Solstice solos" by , written on 28 October 2011
Got the lights last year fitted them just before christmas, love the lights they look like HIDs and fitting was easy they look better than my TT and brighter i wish i had bought the Vision X Solstice first.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
Got the lights last year fitted them just before christmas, love the lights they look like HIDs and fitting was easy they look better than my TT and brighter i wish i had bought the Vision X Solstice first. (Posted on 28/10/2011)
Excellent! Review by robin webb
Excellent!" by , written on 5 October 2011
These lights totally rock! Cant believe I have made do with regular headlamps on my dirt bike all these years! Even the halogen bulbs dont come close. Quality lights, light weight, small, robust and easy to install. Where's the catch?!!! Instantly became not only useful but massively increased safety coming home from work late 'the country route' and avoiding stretches of ice I wouldnt have seen before. Adventure Spec does it again.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
These lights totally rock! Cant believe I have made do with regular headlamps on my dirt bike all these years! Even the halogen bulbs dont come close. Quality lights, light weight, small, robust and easy to install. Where's the catch?!!! Instantly became not only useful but massively increased safety coming home from work late 'the country route' and avoiding stretches of ice I wouldnt have seen before. Adventure Spec does it again. (Posted on 05/10/2011)
Vision X Solstice solos Review by Geoff Wint
Vision X Solstice solos" by , written on 5 October 2011
Fitted a pair of these to my Tenere today and tried them out on some dark Northern Irish country roads this evening. Absolutely excellent and a superb safety enhancement during daylight hours. I chose one wide beam and one spot which works well for me. Fully recommended!!
Overall rating
5 out of 5
Fitted a pair of these to my Tenere today and tried them out on some dark Northern Irish country roads this evening. Absolutely excellent and a superb safety enhancement during daylight hours. I chose one wide beam and one spot which works well for me. Fully recommended!! (Posted on 05/10/2011)
Excellent Review by Rich
Excellent" by , written on 13 September 2011
Brilliant, no pun intended!

Don't waste your time with high watt bulbs or even HiD (I did and it wasn't worth the time or financial outlay).

These units are well made, tough,and very very bright. Easy to wire in, easy to mount.

All in, an excellent lighting solution.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
Brilliant, no pun intended!

Don't waste your time with high watt bulbs or even HiD (I did and it wasn't worth the time or financial outlay).

These units are well made, tough,and very very bright. Easy to wire in, easy to mount.

All in, an excellent lighting solution. (Posted on 13/09/2011)

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