Ring has over 40 years’ experience in automotive bulb development, and is a recognised leader in the field of lighting. Its innovations in LED and HID bulbs, and investments in state-of-the-art lighting laboratories, have put Ring at the forefront of automotive lighting.
In Ring’s ISO:9001 awarded lighting laboratories, the company checks the endurance, light output, beam patterns and light colour of all of its bulbs, to ensure they meet the highest standards and are road legal.
As well as a comprehensive range of fittings, Ring’s bulbs offer exceptional performance for all drivers – whether that’s in cars, commercial vehicles or specialist applications.
Ring’s range includes the ever-popular Xenon150 H7 performance halogen headlamp, which it says offers up to 150 per cent more light than a standard headlamp.
With a longer beam pattern, Xenon150s allow you to see hazards sooner, and the whiter light – colour temperature 3700K – gives better reflections from road markings and signs. Ring says fitting Xenon 150 bulbs is an easy upgrade to improve your driving experience and get a white, high spec look with no wiring changes needed.
And unlike other +150 per cent brighter bulbs, the Xenon150 doesn’t compromise on life compared to other high performance halogens.
Ring was the first to market with a 100 per cent brighter performance halogen headlight, and says its Xenon150 bulb is longest lasting +150 per cent brighter performance halogen there is.