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UmnitzaSupport 10-17-2011 06:03 PM

Cheapest Opaque Angel Eyes Kit - Orion Lite
We're announcing today the least expensive Opaque kit on the market.

To Order your Orion Lite kit, Click here:


The Orion lite product and the Weisslicht product are exactly the same as and looks almost identical to every other product except the Mycarr, which are dimmer than all of them and frankly the poorest quality of all of them.

Orion V2 is on the left, while the Lite is on the right.

Shipping begins Monday afternoon - TODAY!!!.

Orion V2 kit remains significantly brighter during the day and has higher quality, better overall finish than any other kit on the market.


1) Not designed or built by Mycarr (just like our Orion V2 product)
2) Not as bright as Orion V2 (also a disadvantage)
3) Less expensive than similar offerings from Mycarr or other branded similar products
4) Brighter than Mycarr.
5) Variable Stage Clipping System (see disadvantages) stronger and better than the Mycarr

1) Not as bright as Orion V2
2) Clipping system is not as secure or as strong as Orion V2, more fragile.
3) Not as indestructible as Orion V2
4) 2 Year Warranty
5) Not as "finished" or highly polished as Orion V2
6) Only fits E46s.
7) Poorer/cheaper/lower quality construction. This is the knockoff iPod, not the real thing.

Here is a breakdown of what they look like together on a car.
The files have their own names on them. If you would like to see a full sized image of it, remove the ".sized" from the URL.

This is the Orion Lite compared to a well known brand

This is the Orion V2 compared to the same well known brand

The differences are subtle only in photos, in real life the facts are as follows:
1) Orion Lite is a little bit brighter than the "well known" brand but it's not sufficient for a photo to show it. It's also equally fitting.

2) The Orion V2 is obviously brighter (even in photos) than the 2 of the previously mentioned products.

While we still recommend the Orion V2 for the people that want the absolute best http://www.umnitza.com/umnitza-preda...es-p-1198.html- we recognize that there are budge conscious buyers for angel eyes.

Take the time to look at the obvious differences between the two and make your choice.

The Orion V2 comes with a lifetime warranty and does not have any cold weather problems, no ballasts, and no individual ring problems.

domcreates 10-17-2011 06:04 PM

which are which?


Orion V2 on the driver side headlight?


Orion Lite on the driver side headlight?

UmnitzaSupport 10-18-2011 01:16 PM

that is correct
aurora on the left

aphhpa 10-18-2011 02:55 PM

Aurora has less blurr and more definition. Where do you get those?

umnitza 10-18-2011 08:15 PM


Originally Posted by aphhpa (Post 13712907)
Aurora has less blurr and more definition. Where do you get those?

They only have blur in photos, aurora is not as bright or as defined in real life, and not really all the noticeable from 30 ft away in comparison

domcreates 10-18-2011 08:59 PM


Originally Posted by aphhpa (Post 13712907)
Aurora has less blurr and more definition. Where do you get those?

Thats what I was going to say. The other ones (aurora I guess) look a lot more crisp. hmm

Just my opinion though :)

umnitza 10-18-2011 09:14 PM

They look exactly the same as the Orion Lite.

here's the original review where those pictures came from:

aphhpa 10-19-2011 06:35 PM

Umitza, you have the same
Pic that is in the or original review. In the original review it says it's the Orion v2 vs aurora but then yours says it's the Orion lite. Explain that...

umnitza 10-19-2011 06:45 PM

First picture is Aurora vs Orion V2 <-- shows how much more output and strength our rings have over the aurora.
Second picture is Aurora vs Orion Lite. <-- shows the Olite and Aurora are basically the same.

aphhpa 10-19-2011 06:49 PM

By first picture you mean the first picture on the car right? Because the first picture says that it is Orion lite, not Orion v2

aphhpa 10-19-2011 06:52 PM

What does opaque mean for application ?

umnitza 10-20-2011 12:11 AM

Opaque means it's a frosty covering.
Prior questions first and second picture in post #2

0-60motorsports 10-20-2011 08:01 AM

Got any pics of the yellow or amber ones?

umnitza 10-20-2011 12:05 PM

The same as before as far as yellow, they aren't amber.
There are no amber ones.

0-60motorsports 10-20-2011 12:13 PM

Can i please see pics? :D Thank you.

DJ RaMiN 03-16-2012 07:43 PM

What comes with this kit? I mean does it come with the wire harness that goes through the grommet to access the interior cabin for remote feature?

umnitza 03-16-2012 07:56 PM


DJblack323i 03-19-2012 02:39 PM

What does frosty covering mean? What does that do? Sounds like a bad thing but it costs more?

umnitza 03-19-2012 03:59 PM


Originally Posted by DJblack323i (Post 14202715)
What does frosty covering mean? What does that do? Sounds like a bad thing but it costs more?

It makes the LED invisible when they are off but does not affect the light output. It basically blends out the LED.:thumbup:

DJblack323i 03-19-2012 04:01 PM

Oh ok, sounds great. Thanks for the quick response! So thats available on Orion Lite's as well?

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