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    Stage 2 Banner Advertiser Four Rings deAutoLED.com's Avatar
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    INTRO PRICE / Group Buy: *NEW* LED Fog technology: 1 LED 4 modes: WHITE/YELLOW/STROBE

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    -Plug and play

    -Error free

    -Easy to switch between each color simply turn OEM fog switch off/on - normal cycle: White - yellow - halogen - flash/strobe

    -BRIGHT this is not just a novelty bulb

    -COLOR MATCH - these match our LEDs/HIDs in 5500K White mode

    -HYPER YELLOW - these are a true hyper yellow mode you normally see with yellow lamin-x covering the lens **this is NOT a cover around a bulb or a cover on your lens - this is brand new LEDs that are a super hyper 3K yellow**

    -SAFE more light on the sides and down the road when dark or in bad weather conditions

    ****INTRO PRICE****$110 includes FREE UPGRADED SHIPPING (RETAIL $144.99) Simply email Support@deAutoLED.com for an invoice

    This has 3 different colors and 4 different strobe/flash modes:

    -The Hyper Strobe / Flash this does not simply "flash" but has a strobe/flash pattern like an emergency vehicle - you can choose between 4 different modes - video of mode 1:
    https://www.instagram.com/p/Bpjxc_ajyaS/




    3 colors:

    -Super Hyper 3000K Yellow that many like for bad weather: Rain, snow, fog

    -Clean White 5500k that matches our LED & HID Headlights

    -Halogen 4300k that matches OEM

    Video cycling quickly through colors AND different strobe/flash features:



    INFO:

    ****Do not miss out these are going fast**** This Into Price ENDS IN approximately 2 weeks!

    -Also including 20% off anything else you purchase only valid when you purchase fogs

    -They have a ship date of December 17th-19th with FREE upgraded priority mail shipping within the US only. These will most likely arrive before Christmas but currently no guarantee (sub to this thread for updates)

    -THESE ARE BRIGHT! You might have seen the novelty fog LEDs that can turn yellow/white on amazon and ebay by the thousand that don't provide much useful light, trigger errors, die quickly, or simply don't work correctly. Our new model fixes every issue you might've seen and simply works.

    -These produce MORE LUMENS than many standalone single color white fog LEDs on the market

    -Not only are these great for safety, daily use on dark roads and bad weather this will amaze at any car show and you will have your friend asking how did you do that and where can I get those anytime you use these fogs!

    *Please note these ARE error free but in strobe/flash mode they can trigger an error in some car models errors WILL clear once you go back to a solid color.








    UPDATED FAQ

    Is there a lifetime warranty?

    YES! As always this comes with a True Lifetime Warranty!

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    Will your fogs keep changing colors if you use them as cornering lights?

    The answer is no as this only changes by turning your fog switch on/off. If you are using your fogs as cornering lights it will always be the default color of white.

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    How does this work with the coming home feature?

    This works just like OEM. It will always be the default color of white.

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    What if I have the yellow feature on and turn off my car; will it then go into the next color when I turn it back on?

    The LEDs will always revert back to the default color of white. Then simply turn the fog on/off for your desired color: yellow/halogen or strobe/flash mode.

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    Can these turn 360 degrees?

    Yes, these are a fully adjustable design so you can turn these 360 for the best beam angle.

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    Are these as bright as your single color de360 fogs?

    While not as bright lumen wise it comes very close - many people that have switched to our single color white to our dual color yellow/white LED fog kit have not noticed any difference in visibility. As we said this is NOT a novelty yellow/white you normally see. This is meant to be used to help with your visibility.

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    Can you bypass the strobe feature?

    Yes, this works when you turn the fogs on/off quickly. If your next mode will be strobe simply shut off the fogs for a few seconds and then turn it back on and it will go back to the default white.

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    Some more fun shots - in the rain:



    White / the super hyper yellow - this will be a hyper lamin-x yellow without the cover!






    And switch back to clean white:

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    LAST WEEK!

    NEW VIDEO DEMO:


    timestamps:

    How to control colors with OEM Fog switch:
    https://youtu.be/VSRIYu9xwzM?t=117

    How to bypass any color (wait 2 seconds vs quick off/on with fog switch):
    https://youtu.be/VSRIYu9xwzM?t=242

    How the white/yellow/strobe look from far away:
    https://youtu.be/VSRIYu9xwzM?t=13

    How they act as cornering lights:
    a) from inside car:
    https://youtu.be/VSRIYu9xwzM?t=220

    b) close (outside of car):
    https://youtu.be/VSRIYu9xwzM?t=294

    c) far away (outside of car):
    https://youtu.be/VSRIYu9xwzM?t=5

    Colors / cut-off on garage:
    https://youtu.be/VSRIYu9xwzM?t=140

    Small talk about the bulbs vs single color:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSRI...=youtu.be&t=37



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    Why would you possibly want a strobe feature other than to impersonate a cop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fasterd View Post
    Why would you possibly want a strobe feature other than to impersonate a cop?
    A few reasons:
    car shows
    showing off to friends
    in extreme emergencies this can be seen in fog/snow/bad weather if you are stranded.

    It is also white/yellow NOT blue/red - we have the disclaimer that you should follow all laws to make sure you can use these but we would never suggest driving with these activated and can easily be bypassed with the fog switch by turning fog on/off for a few seconds if strobe is the next feature (it is after halogen).

    But you should always check all laws in your state prior to activating this feature.

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    Word.

    It would be more applicable if they blinked out more code eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fasterd View Post
    Word.

    It would be more applicable if they blinked out more code eh?
    :) good idea. Next time maybe. But not sure if many people would know morse code. If you check out that video you can see the yellow/white flash are wide/far on sides so you can be seen front/rear sides - any angle. You will be found.

    These are like your hazard lights but better. People can technically use red hazards on their door puddle also - it is 'inside' the car but also outside. At the end if you really need yellow/white flashing lights and using them to get attention we doubt many states even if it is illegal would hold it against you and probably be impressed you have this hidden feature you can use at anytime and witch back to normal Stealth mode :). But as always you have to use it within the law.

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    Two questions, do these just come in 3 colors and no strobe?

    second, have you actually installed them in B5 fog housings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RENOxDECEPTION View Post
    Two questions, do these just come in 3 colors and no strobe?

    second, have you actually installed them in B5 fog housings?
    Hi, we only have it with the strobe/flash but you can again bypass it very easily. Instead of turning fog light switch off/on quickly just turn it off for 2-3 seconds and then turn it back on and it will go back to the default white color.

    Yes we have - can you confirm you have a reflector housing?

    Thank you

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