Anybody ever try these turn signals from ELights? Here's the link:
I'm thinking of putting them on my 1914 Touring.
I don't see anything on the site. No link to YouTube. Must still be under construction.
I just tried the link. Worked for me, including the video.
Thanks, Steve. Have you tried them?
Maybe this link?
The link worked for me. But did anyone see a price?
Judi, It's kinda pricey, maybe. $150. But it can be taken off for car shows and put back on for touring. I dunno. Seems like a simple, effective way to be safe without mussing up the car too much. Thoughts?
$150.00 + tax.
Thanks for the information. I guess I overlooked the price.
Looks like a great idea. $150 is not too much to pay for adding safety esp. without having to alter the car. I will have to run it by mechanic (husband) and see what he thinks.
Judy, thanks! Lemme know his thoughts. Anyone else care to advise?
Easy to install once you figure out how you are going to mount them, they are a bit pricey but not any more so than wired in ones, you don't have front signals $150.00 +$12.00 shipping.They are bright and have a beeper in the outside assembly to let you know you left them on.
Rick, nice! So you would recommend them? Thoughts from anyone else, please?
My first impression is that having lights at the corners of the car would be more easily recognizable by other drivers.
We are seriously thinking about trying a set. Another thing that is appealing is that they can easily be moved and used on more than one T. So divide $150 by the number of Ts you own and they down right affordable.
I have a light in each corner, which I think is better,BUT ....The ELIGHT TURN SIGNALS are probably a few hundred times better than none at all.
Seems like one could be added to the front for only a little more money.
There was a turn signal like the ELight back in the day.
When you consider what a dinner for two in a nice place costs the ELight does not seem overpriced.
It should outlast even a young T owner.
I think it's a pretty good idea. It could be a little less money but what the heck. It's only money. I was just thinking though if you have a few in your group with them do they use the same frequency ?
are there any others out there? I only found one and they are $350.
That's it? that little gizmo lost in the center rear of the car where no modern driver expects to see any lights at all? (and therefore won't). Lamps should be where their expected to be and for a reason. They are ignored if not. Heck, their ignored any way. Too pricey also. I made my own set-up. Stop, turn & tail for under $80.00. (OK, I had a few things) but did they make a difference? Not one bit. They add no safety at all except between your ears.
I don't think it's quite that bad Charlie. Virtually every new car on the road has a center light on the trunk or just inside the rear window above the trunk. Lol, I've seen plenty of cars with their regular tail lights out on both sides, and I wouldn't have known they were hitting the brakes but for that center-mounted light.
This one is right in everyone's line of sight, those LED's are BRIGHT, and the arrows take any remaining ambiguity out of the equation.
gee i guess they are better than what you have now which is less than nothing ( especially if you have little stubby arms trying to hand signal!) and install looks dirt easy. I for one hate running wires allover my car and my success rate for wired turn signals ( my 40 pickup- what a nightmare piecing that one back together) is 0 for 1.