The ground-breaking L.E.D. Bat Lashes

Safety and visibility on the road. The ground-breaking just got better. Tried-and-true style increased visibility now offered with integrated sequential turn signals. Auxiliary run-turn functionality featuring white L.E.D. running lights and amber L.E.D. turn signals that light up individually for consistent directional illumination. Watch…

3 Responses to “The ground-breaking L.E.D. Bat Lashes”

  1. 1 JohnnySpeed May 9th, 2017 at 2:48 pm

    A truck with an LED light bar in the grill and a few other led driving lights drove past me on the road yesterday afternoon and it was extremely disorienting. Like driving by someone with their brights on at night. It was pretty cloudy yesterday, but it still doesn’t seem all that safe to blind oncoming traffic even in the middle of the day. Anyone else have this experience with LEDs? I know the super bright halogens lowbeams are blinding to oncoming traffic at night, but I haven’t run into many vehicles with LEDs yet.

  2. 2 Hdrider May 10th, 2017 at 7:17 am

    LED headlight and Aux lights are pretty blinding but haven’t had an iszue with LEDs on the rear yet.

  3. 3 Bob May 10th, 2017 at 10:51 am

    The more lights and the brighter lights the better! I want to be seen.

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