Denfords Trading launches improved Pegasus LED headlights

Pegasus LED V2 headlights

Denfords Trading has announced that its Pegasus LED headlamps have been further improved to ensure better visibility to motorists.


  • What is the starting price of the Pegasus LED V2 headlights?

    The price of the Pegasus LED V2 headlights starts at P2,000.
  • What can customers expect from the Pegasus LED V2 headlights?

    Denfords Trading said that clients who will switch to Pegasus LED V2 headlights can enjoy strong lighting and longer usability.
  • In a statement, the company said that the Pegasus LED V2 headlamps are capable of providing strong light intensity and a “perfect beam pattern.”

    Aside from lighting, Denfords Trading also shared that the aforementioned product’s newest version only uses 30 watts of electricity compared to the halogen bulbs that normally require 65 watts.

    Further, the Denfords Trading assured that Pegasus LED V2 headlamps would last longer and generate less heat.

    Pegasus LED V2 headlights

    "These are just some of the reasons why most vehicle owners switch from OEM Halogen Type Head Lamp Bulbs to Pegasus LED Headlight, making it one of the most popular and easiest automotive upgrades for all types of vehicles,” Denfords Trading shared in a statement.

    Just like the previous version, the Pegasus LED V2 headlights are easy to install as it comes with sockets that are directly matched to OEM specs. Pegasus LED Headlights are available in different OEM applications (H1, H3, H4, H7, H8, H11, H16, 9006, 9012 and more) to suit almost all vehicle makes and models.

    Moreover, the starting price of Pegasus LED V2 headlights — which are offered in its official website, Facebook page and authorized dealers — is at P2,000. The retail price is packaged with a one-year replacement warranty with free shipping nationwide.

    Photos from Denfords Trading

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