A while back I picked up a couple of the knock-off ARB intensity lights from Amazon. While I don't like the idea of supporting a Chinese cloner, I couldn't justify spending over $1500 for a pair of them. (note they currently have a rebate of $150 on a pair but still...)
So I sucked it up and sent my money to China Inc. $270/pair. For that price delta I'm willing to take a chance on quality.
And let's just say the quality ain't great.
They work fine, but clearly this is not top shelf stuff. The little 'LED' labels at the bottom that so carefully mimic the ARB font aren't even stuck down; they're slightly curled behind the lens. The s/s brackets that mount them barely fit and require some muscle to get onto the light housings. The mounting holes on the housings for the main support bolts of the bracket ears didn't quite line up so I had to spend a few minutes with the dremel to relieve them. And they accidentally shorted me on one washer (but did sent extra lock washers, so there is that).
They come just with a short pig-tail for wiring ... and that's all. No instructions and no wiring kit so you're on your own to source that and figure out the current draw and wiring requirements. FWIW, they are listed as 225w each, so at a running voltage of 14.4v that works out to 15.6 amps. However in reality I was able to run both on a single 30 amp fuse (it was what I had on hand) so take that for what you will.
These things are big at 9" each. The thing I'm a little disappointed with here is that my ARB bumper has mounting holes for lights like this already in place, and these being pretty much exact copies of the ARB lights you'd think I could just bolt them on and go. You could, but if you do you'll never be able to reach the winch clutch lever. It's already hard enough to reach it through that little hole in the bumper; cover half of it with a big light and forgetaboutit.
So I drilled my own 1/2" mounting holes and moved the lights forward and toward the center of the bumper. Not really a problem, though I think they would look a bit better set wider on the bumper.
You can get an idea for how much of the winch opening I've covered up here.
And here's the hole ARB provided that I didn't use.