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BimmerEyes 01-18-2012 03:19 PM

LUX Angel Eyes Available From
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BimmerEyes Inc. is a Canadian company that specializes in premium BMW angel eye lighting and accessories. We are very pleased to provide Canadian BMW owners with the brightest LED H8 angel eyes bulbs on the market...LUX Angel Eyes.

Xenon headlights and halogen angel eyes just don't go together.

If you are seeking an LED solution to your dull, yellow looking angel eyes/corona rings, to a look that more closely resembles the new 5 series and 3 series coupe, replace the stock halogen bulbs with LUX LED Angel Eyes. They will instantly update the look of your BMW.

LUX H8 V3 Angel Eyes are:
  • 100% plug & play (installation instructions on our website)
  • 100% error free - no computer errors or radio interference
  • The brightest LED H8 bulb on the market
  • Backed by a one year warranty

Price: $245/Set of two (two bulbs light up all four angel eye rings)

Shipping: $18 Flat Rate XpressPost to Canadian customers. If you order more than one set, your shipping cost will still just be $18, bringing the shipping cost down for each set that is ordered if they are going to the same destination.

No Duty / No Customs Fees

Visit our website at to learn more and to order.

Here are a few photos to show just how classy the LUX H8 V3 Angel Eyes can make your BMW.

This is how your BMW should have looked from the factory!


BimmerEyes Inc.

BimmerEyes 03-17-2012 05:07 PM


Nosrac 04-30-2012 02:13 PM

Is there a kit/installation guide for E83 X3?

BimmerEyes 04-30-2012 02:45 PM

Hello Nosrac,

Unfortunately, the LUX H8 V3 will not work on the X3 as it uses a different light source than an H8 bulb for the angel eye rings.


2k328Ci 05-01-2012 11:13 AM

Anything on the market that will work for a E83 X3 (LCI 2008)

BimmerEyes 05-01-2012 03:29 PM

There are several after market led rings that you can buy, but they look pretty tacky in my opinion. If you want a classy look, it will cost you some money. The best out there are from You need to send your headlights down to them in the U.S., they then take them apart and install them and put them back together, then send them back to you. Not sure if you want to go to that expense and time but it is likely your best looking option.

Hope this helps.

BimmerEyes Inc.

2k328Ci 05-01-2012 04:45 PM

Thanks, but I have a 2008 LCI X3si - which includes the halo rings already, they are just that dim yellow colour. I thought I could just replace the bulb with something brighter and whiter.

BimmerEyes 05-01-2012 04:54 PM

The X3 is unique when it comes to the halo ring lighting. It doesn't use the usual H8 bulb to drive the rings. It uses a different light source which is not identified in the owner's manual as something that can be replaced other than the OSS Designs type option.


2k328Ci 05-01-2012 05:20 PM

Oh, that's too bad - I was hoping for a plug & play solution - you're right, I don't want to go that route if its so involved. Thanks though.

BimmerEyes 12-13-2012 11:45 PM


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