Big Red Gear has launched a new driving light range and website

Originally conceived in 2016 to provide buyers with great quality LED automotive lighting at an affordable price point, Big Red Gear says it has recently expanded its product line-up, while also providing consumers with the ability to order direct via a new website and on-line shop.
Big Red Gear promises cost effectiveness, tough construction and a ‘no BS’ approach to its lighting products, stating that the brand’s latest adventure-focused range has received significant power upgrades over previous offerings.
Within Big Red’s driving light range are nine-inch, seven-inch and five-inch models, priced per single lamp at $149, $99 and $69 respectively. Despite the attractive price point, the lights make use of high output 5W Osram LEDs which are commonly found in more expensive driving lights.
The lights also feature precisely engineered ‘parabola optics’, which Big Read Gear says help to create enormous volumes of 5700°k white light – around 15,000 raw lumens and one lux at 921m from a pair of Big Red’s flagship nine-inch lights.
To ensure longevity in tough Australian conditions, the new lights come with heavy-duty stainless steel mounting brackets, a two-position, pre-wired DT connector/lead, and feature 3mm thick polycarbonate lens, a rubber dampening system, IP68 protection, a clear cover, distribution plate and mounting pad.
Big Red’s matching light bar range also benefits from Osram LEDs to produce large volumes of light, and can be fitted as standalone auxiliary lighting or to complement Big Red driving lights, with equally affordable options.
The ‘Black Stealth’ slimline designs incorporate tough aluminium housing and polycarbonate lens, are sealed to IP67 and come with low-profile side mounting brackets and stainless steel mounting hardware. Wiring harnesses and sliding brackets are available for purchase as accessories.
Big Red Gear Marketing Manager, Jake Smith, said the Big Red range was about providing quality lighting that was accessible to everyone.
“With Big Red, the fun doesn’t have to stop when the sun goes down, and the range proves that you don’t have to spend a fortune to get some awesome lighting gear,” Jake said.
Jake also emphasised the importance of quality to the brand, which has its own lighting test facility located in Knoxfield, Melbourne, which helped contribute to the development of the new lights.
“We torture our lights. We put them through hell in the lab, and then we put them through hell out there from Birdsville the back of Bourke. We make sure they can do what you want them to,” Jake said.

For more information, visit the new Big Red Gear website – which is currently offering free shipping on orders over $100 – at