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Discussion in 'Strobe Lighting' started by koppandson, Dec 21, 2007.

  1. koppandson

    koppandson Junior Member
    Messages: 9

  2. larryhd

    larryhd Senior Member
    from vermont
    Messages: 213

  3. kmwharley

    kmwharley Member
    Messages: 94


    I have 2 of these and they work great! I was going to get teh able 2 that is the next step up, about 400 as opposed to 220, until I saw them side by side. They look good and work great both at night and day.
  4. groundbreakers

    groundbreakers Senior Member
    Messages: 828

    there not bad from front or back ... but from side or angle ... barely any light .... also directional gen 1 led too ... sooo you do the math for the money . had one sold it 2 weeks later ...
  5. mikelawtown

    mikelawtown Senior Member
    from Mass
    Messages: 429

    I was dead set on getting one when i saw a truck with 1 two storms ago..at night, but then with this storm i saw a ford with one on his roof and there was about 1-2 inches of snow on it and couldnt see it very good at all...I will definately not be buying this product
  6. kmwharley

    kmwharley Member
    Messages: 94

    mike...so the real question is would you buy any low profile light that was covered up buy a little snow?

    groundbreakers, I tend to disagree I can shoot a vid of mine 360 deg if someone can tell me how to post it I have no problems. this is not going to compare to a huge dollar bar but for the money I will be buying another.
  7. groundbreakers

    groundbreakers Senior Member
    Messages: 828

    okay .. waitin to see it ..
  8. Eclipse

    Eclipse Senior Member
    Messages: 106

    The bar being asked about by the original poster is pretty much the the bottom of the list as far as mini-LED bars are concerned. The light output is minimal in comparsion to other mini-led bars.

    If I was really on a budget, before I purchased the cheapo Sho-Me LED I would purchase a double rotator halogen lightbar. At 1/2 the cost it would be just as effective as the more expensive gen 1 Sho-Me lightbar.

    If you are not quite so limited by a budget, the best thing out there right now for mini-LED lightbars is a Whelen Responder LP. About $300 and it is one of the brightest/most effective mini-LED bars out there.
  9. mikelawtown

    mikelawtown Senior Member
    from Mass
    Messages: 429

    Not when it's about 2 inches from the body...I cant be wiping the snow off every hour and putting myself in danger. I use a whelen duel strobe and works great....low-pro isnt always the way to go..I would like to see a video in action in a storm?????
  10. yamaguy

    yamaguy Senior Member
    Messages: 556

    I went with this even though my budget was tight, and I am glad I did. It is real bright as night and does pretty good during the day. This would be the cheapest one I would buy becides a cheap dual rotator.