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Best Answer cartman9090, 14 November 2013 - 08:23 PM

Iv'e Just Bought one of these Cree Q5™ power Led bulbs from Alltronix Limited Click HereTheir a direct replacement to the standard bulb with no wiring necessary and their also can-bus error free so guaranteed to work, their 6000k brightness colour and match the led number plate bulbs lovely,Really makes your car stand out from the crowd and excellent visibility at night, gets you noticed too even if your pulling over to fix a stranded female's flat tyre in the dark just stick the car in reverse with the engine off and you've got the equivalent of 55watts beaming from the rear of your car,Better still it doesnt even get HOT ever!also this bulb is whiter in reality than the pictures are displaying on your screen, unless you have an LED monitor you cant see exactly how white this is, its rated at 6000kThis Bulb has to be the best modification for the car I've seen to date,slightly expensive but worth every pennyTheir not just for the focus they will fit any car, van, bus or lorry with a 1156/BA15s/382 Bulb socket either 24Volt or 12Volt and that includes the focus, mondeo, fiesta, Ka, Kuga, etc;ill let the pictures do the talking i switched it in reverse at night and there's at least a 14foot beam from it lol Brilliant!!laugh.gif Cree Q5™ Now Available in RED for Fog lights Click Here £26.99 1156-Ba15s-5w-High-Power-LED-White-Car-BImage0735.jpgImage0737.jpgImage0740.jpgImage1460.jpgThanks For Looking!Please Check my List of Guides Listed Below For More Information. cool.gif


Is it this one:
http://www.alltronix...products_id=322
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#106 Brigante

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Posted 17 December 2012 - 06:49 PM

A fellow forum member called "Brigante" purchased for 7pounds on ebay to find that they didnt work at all and ended up purchasing for 12pounds each from another supplier.


Moral of the story is don't buy from china. In my defense I only purchased them on Lenny's suggestion :P

Eventually got a full refund after threatening to fly over to china with a chainsaw

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Posted 17 December 2012 - 06:56 PM

Eventually got a full refund after threatening to fly over to china with a chainsaw


Would love to see that.
You waiting at baggage claim for a chainsaw and a can of petrol.

Anythling to decrare sir? ;)

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Posted 18 December 2012 - 05:49 AM

Moral of the story is don't buy from china. In my defense I only purchased them on Lenny's suggestion :P

Eventually got a full refund after threatening to fly over to china with a chainsaw


+1
If its too cheap to be true then it is.
Ive been stung myself when purchasing pivot voltage stabiliser kit, waited 5 weeks to recieve it,
Then went out in monsoon conditions to fit it,
To find its a replica of the original and will drain the battery instead of condition it.
Brigante;
If you can get a deal on two chain saws im with you brother!

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Posted 18 December 2012 - 11:15 PM

If you can get a deal on two chain saws im with you brother!


iv seen some bargain chainsaws on ebay. il come over with you in 3-4 weeks! :rolleyes:

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Posted 18 February 2013 - 06:48 PM

Will these bulbs fit the Fiesta 2012 Titanium and the Focus 2012 TitaniumX please?

THank you

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 11:48 AM

Which is the best link?

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Posted 23 February 2013 - 11:38 AM

Just got it. Looks superb.

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Posted 24 February 2013 - 11:34 AM

Will these bulbs fit the Fiesta 2012 Titanium and the Focus 2012 TitaniumX please?

THank you


Anyone please ?

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Posted 24 February 2013 - 11:49 AM

Anyone please ?


Powerbulbs.com and use the checker. I'd say yes but just make sure.

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Posted 24 February 2013 - 07:52 PM

Powerbulbs.com and use the checker. I'd say yes but just make sure.

thank you frostman 83 will try.

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Posted 14 November 2013 - 06:41 AM

I'd buy some but my reversing lights AND rear wiper on a mk3 mondeo estate have stopped working.

checked the bulbs n fuses, ok.

No idea where to look now. :(



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Posted 14 November 2013 - 06:44 AM

I fitted one of these (not a bad price given you get two) a few weeks ago. Unfortunately the tint to the rear of my car is so dark it hasn't really made much difference to reversing but it is definitely brighter

http://www.ebay.co.u...#ht_4009wt_1397

Try fitting some mirrors m8. ;)



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Posted 14 November 2013 - 08:23 PM   Best Answer

Iv'e Just Bought one of these Cree Q5™ power Led bulbs from Alltronix Limited Click HereTheir a direct replacement to the standard bulb with no wiring necessary and their also can-bus error free so guaranteed to work, their 6000k brightness colour and match the led number plate bulbs lovely,Really makes your car stand out from the crowd and excellent visibility at night, gets you noticed too even if your pulling over to fix a stranded female's flat tyre in the dark just stick the car in reverse with the engine off and you've got the equivalent of 55watts beaming from the rear of your car,Better still it doesnt even get HOT ever!also this bulb is whiter in reality than the pictures are displaying on your screen, unless you have an LED monitor you cant see exactly how white this is, its rated at 6000kThis Bulb has to be the best modification for the car I've seen to date,slightly expensive but worth every pennyTheir not just for the focus they will fit any car, van, bus or lorry with a 1156/BA15s/382 Bulb socket either 24Volt or 12Volt and that includes the focus, mondeo, fiesta, Ka, Kuga, etc;ill let the pictures do the talking i switched it in reverse at night and there's at least a 14foot beam from it lol Brilliant!!laugh.gif Cree Q5™ Now Available in RED for Fog lights Click Here £26.99 1156-Ba15s-5w-High-Power-LED-White-Car-BImage0735.jpgImage0737.jpgImage0740.jpgImage1460.jpgThanks For Looking!Please Check my List of Guides Listed Below For More Information. cool.gif


Is it this one:
http://www.alltronix...products_id=322
?

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Posted 15 November 2013 - 01:25 AM

Is it this one:http://www.alltronix...products_id=322
?

No that link you posted is to purchase a RED light
It will fit the focus mk2 and Mk2.5 in the rear fog light socket but no use for reverse fitment.

This is the cree reverse bulb
http://www.alltronix...products_id=275

And for a few extra pounds
Here is the cree reverse bulb latest model same fitment will work in the focus and twice the illumination
http://www.alltronix...products_id=517

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