Auxiliary lighting for Tenere 700

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I'm searching for a good to high quality set of auxiliary lights for my Tenere 700. Looking for suggestions for both the light kit and for a dealer within Thailand.
 

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Baja Design get my vote for the best performance, followed by Loboo as value for money.



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The best electrician is Kong in Chiang Rai.
 

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Thank you sir for very good/complete suggestions and for the links. Baja sounds like the way to go. Gearing up for Vietnam in a few months and following a trip through the Indian Himalaya which on day 14 of 16 I had a run in with oncoming traffic that left me with fractured collarbone, humerus, and both feet, and destroyed the front end of a RE Himalayan. It got me thinking about what I can do to be more easily seen.
 

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Thank you sir for very good/complete suggestions and for the links. Baja sounds like the way to go. Gearing up for Vietnam in a few months and following a trip through the Indian Himalaya which on day 14 of 16 I had a run in with oncoming traffic that left me with fractured collarbone, humerus, and both feet, and destroyed the front end of a RE Himalayan. It got me thinking about what I can do to be more easily seen.
Hope you've recovered well . Breaking the humerus can make life difficult as I learned from experience.
 

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Thank you sir for very good/complete suggestions and for the links. Baja sounds like the way to go. Gearing up for Vietnam in a few months and following a trip through the Indian Himalaya which on day 14 of 16 I had a run in with oncoming traffic that left me with fractured collarbone, humerus, and both feet, and destroyed the front end of a RE Himalayan. It got me thinking about what I can do to be more easily seen.
Make sure the lights have a flashing function, as I believe during the day that is more readily seen. Yellow flashing spotlights are the go for visibility.

I have the Loboo lights on my bike and am very happy with them