BMW Angel Eyes

BMW E46 rings, E90 Angel Eye Bulbs, Halo Rings

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  1. E46 LED Angel Eyes

    E46 LED Angel Eyes

    BMW E46 (99-06 3 Series) - Helios
    Their Price1: $149.99 Special Price: $100.00
    • Fade on and off when you lock and unlock your vehicle
    • Simple DIY installation
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  2. E36 LED Angel Eyes

    E36 LED Angel Eyes

    BMW E36 (92-99 3 Series) - Helios
    Their Price1: $150.00 Special Price: $129.99
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  3. E92 Coupe / E90 LCI Angel Eye Upgrade

    E92 Coupe / E90 LCI Angel Eye Upgrade

    BMW E92 (2006+ 3 Series Coupe) - MyCarr
    $8.00

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  4. E90 / E92 CREE LED Angel Eyes

    E90 / E92 CREE LED Angel Eyes

    BMW E90 / E92 and M3 (2006-2011) - Helios
    Their Price1: $189.99 Special Price: $99.99
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BMW angel eyes are known by many names. Some people call call them demon eyes (DDE), halo rings, and a few others.  No matter what you call them, they project one thing: class.  Manufacturers actually pattern the engineering process of the halo headlights from human eyes.

There is a mysterious appeal in any BMW cruising down the highway with visible angel eyes running. It is like adapting a specific human structure on a car. Innovating the headlights makes the car a figure of attraction. Aside from its functional value, the angel eyes improve a car's view.

BMW Angel Eye History

The BMW E39 5 series was the first car to be launched with BMW angel eyes. The headlights sport a clearer and useful design which keeps the bulb blasting with brightness during night time trips. BMW puts premium on the fact that their cars have Angel Eyes, so we bring them to nearly every BMW but for a great price, propelling your BMW to the top of it's game.

After the E39 came out, BMW moved that style of headlight and angel eye into the X5, then the X3, newer 3 series, 7 series, and now every model across the board including the sport coupes.  After BMW angel eyes got huge, Audi/Porsche started making cars with DRL or day time running lights, but come on, who are they kidding?