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We specialize on aftermarket LED car lighting.  We have been in the industry for over 10 years and this name does not sound familiar at all.  May be a new brand, or possibly a start up?  Either way, be cautious with unknown brands as its difficult to know what you are buying and whether or not it works  well for both the vehicle and longevity.  For light bars, always look for diecast aluminum, quality wire insulation, and proper weather seals where any connections are made.  Aside from this, take into consideration the light sources.  The more light sources on the light bar, the less power consumed by each diode and therefore outputs less heat.  This translates to longer operating times and life expectancy.  The light sources should also be quality light sources.  Most budget-friendly light bars take short cuts and tend to run older model LED chips such as 5050 chips where the heat threshold is minimal.  If you ever need guidance, you can always reach out to us directly for any help. 😁

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