Honcs LED Headlight Bulbs Review

This is our review of Honcs LED headlight bulbs. 

Honcs seem to have carved out a piece of the LED headlight market all for themselves. This newcomer has established itself as a force to be reckoned with, offering the latest and greatest tech that delivers high performance, improved efficiency, and a really useful feature set. 

Besides that, they offer impressive build quality as well, all at a price that makes you look twice, but in a good way!

We’ve been testing and reviewing headlights for over a decade. So if you need help figuring out if Honcs LED headlight bulbs are worth considering, you came to the right place. 

Keep reading for more of our thoughts on Honcs LED headlight bulbs. 

Honcs Headlight Bulbs Overview 

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Honcs seem to have incorporated a bit of black magic into their LED headlight bulbs. These headlights offer some of the highest performance we’ve seen in any LED headlight bulb, but at an unbelievable price that challenges even budget bulbs. 

Still, there are some things we noticed that warrant mention. So without further ado, let’s get into the good, the bad, and the ugly of Honcs LED headlight bulbs. 

Build Quality

We fully expected Honcs to have skimped out on the build in favor of performance. However, we were proved wrong by the aviation grade aluminum body and the liberal use of copper for the board. 

These bulbs use the latest crop of CSP chips for improved reliability, performance, and efficiency. 

Add to that the fact that these LED headlight bulbs are rated IP68 water and dust resistant, and it’s easy to see what makes them so desirable. 


Honcs knocked it out of the park when it comes to performance. These headlight bulbs offer as much as 14000 lumens of crisp and clear brightness. 

That’s not unheard of for LED headlight bulbs, but it’s pretty surprising for the price point that these bulbs are being offered at. 

Color Profile

These bulbs sport an ultra pure white 6500K color temperature that brings out every detail in your line of sight. The light beam of these headlights is superior at just about everything, from picking out pedestrians and stray animals, to letting you notice road signs easily. 

Power Consumption

Power consumption didn’t give us any cause for concern. The use of CSP chips with a built-in driver makes these one of the most efficient LED headlight bulbs we’ve seen in this class. 

In fact, it draws significantly less power than other LED headlight bulbs that offer similar performance, making it the ideal headlight bulb for your next project car build. 


Cooling is handled by the unique thermal heatsink design and the inclusion of a high speed, 5-blade fan makes it all the more effortless. 

This combination keeps operating temperatures within normal ranges, even when the bulb is being used in the most demanding conditions. 

Noise Levels

Really, the only drawback of this LED headlight bulb is the fact that it’s a bit loud when the fan gets up to speed. The sound is nothing you’ll be able to hear when the engine is running and you’re driving, but it will become noticeably louder if the car is idling with the lights on for longer periods. 


The combination of efficient power consumption and high end cooling hardware enables a longer lifespan than most other LED headlight bulbs. Honcs boast a lifespan of over 50,000 hours, a number previously reserved for only the most expensive bulbs out there. 


And then there’s the price. Honcs offers all of that impressive performance that we just finished talking about, along with impressive cooling and a lifespan to match even the best of the best, at a fraction of the cost. 

You really get the best bang for your buck with these LED headlight bulbs, and few other brands can even imagine making such a well-rounded package. 


If Honcs and their awesome feature set aren’t for you, there are some other headlight bulbs worth looking into. 


This is a budget-friendly LED headlight bulb brand through and through. But the only real compromise you are asked to make is to put up with the slightly dim light output. Other than that, Carifex offers a sexy, well-built headlight bulb that doesn’t break the bank. 

Everything else is also in line with the pricier headlight bulbs of the world. The power consumption is efficient, the cooling solution works well, and you don’t have to put up with any major problems. 


Sealight is definitely a bit more performance-focused than the Carifex, but still manages to offer a good deal on LED headlight bulbs. The brightness is in proper high-end bulb territory, the cooling and longevity are both worth praising, and there are plenty of features for you to keep busy with. 

Sealight’s LED headlight bulbs do draw a bit more power than most others in this class, but the performance and price are so attractive that we’re willing to overlook slightly higher power consumption. 


So there you have Honcs LED headlight bulbs. Honcs offers a very balanced package that combines high performacne with efficient power consumption, impressive features with a palatable price tag, and high build quality with a unique look. 

It’s pretty much the best all-rounder LED headlight bulb we’ve come across, and the only real drawback that we can think of is the slightly loud operating noise coming from the fan. 

And if you want an even less expensive option that isn’t as high performance or feature-rich, Carifex is the way to go. 

Or is you don’t mind a bit more power draw and a slightly higher price tag, Sealight only builds upon the impressive performance of the Honcs lineup. 

Whichever one you choose, you can rest assured that you are getting a great package that provides tons of utility, performance, and perhaps most importantly for a lot of folks, a package that provides a ton of value for money. 

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Richard Nickleson is the author and owner behind Headlight Reviews. He first started the site as a hobby to share his insights on car parts and specifically headlight bulbs, but it soon ballooned and now he writes on all topics surrounding headlights bulbs. If you've got a bulb question, contact Richard here.