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Led Light Bars, Starts At $8.99, Free Shipping

Hello, guys.
This is Yitamotor.
Let’s introduce us briefly:
Yitamotor provides a wide selection of LED lighting accessories such as LED LIGHT BAR, INTERIOR & EXTERIOR CAR LIGHT, LIGHT STRIP, etc. At Yitamotor.com, We offer you the best selection of automotive LED lights with the latest cutting edge technology for our customers worldwide.

Yitamotor led light is on a big sale. You can get your led light bar.
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24 inch 120W Led Light Bar + Wiring Kit $22.79

52Inch LED Light Bar Curved+32in Combo+4’‘ Pods Offroad Tractor Driving for Jeep

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For Off Road Lighting: Fit for SUV, UTV, ATV, Jeep, 4×4, 4WD, Cars, Motorcycles, Truck, Trailer, Forklift, Trains, Boat, Bus, Back Up Light, etc.

For Other Lighting: Fit for Excavator, Dozer, Road Roller, Crane, Tractor, Harvester, Grain Drill, Mower, Snowplow, Fire engine, Rescue Vehicle, Camping, Mining, Construction Lighting, etc.

For Household Lighting: Fit for Garden, Backyard, Garage, Indoor Lighting. (Note: Use a voltage transformer/converter to convert the AC 110-120V to DC 12V for indoor use.)

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From 3 inch to 50 inch.

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What kind of LEDs are you using?

Sometimes being a newb is the best part of a hobbie

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Yes.

Also, do you sell high CRI LES light bars?

My very own high current Beryllium Copper springs Gen 3:
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BlueSwordM wrote:
Yes.

Also, do you sell high CRI LES light bars?


Sorry, we don’t have high CRI LED light bars.
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Any chance you might offer the 6 inch bar in 4500-5000K?

6000K is a bit too blue for my taste.

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I would also be interested in 4000K – 5000K LED’s in these light bars.

Acebeam L18, Armytek Prime C1 Pro, Armytek Prime C2 Pro, Armytek Tiara C1 Pro, Astrolux MF01 Mini, BLF Q8, BLF A6, BLF FW1A, BLF FW3A, BLF FW3C, BLF LT1, Convoy L6, Convoy C8+ , Convoy S3, Emisar D4, Fireflies E07, Jaxman E2L, Manta Ray C8.2 long version, Olight S1R Baton II special edition series, S2R Baton II, Olight Baton 3, Olight Warrior Mini, Olight M2R Pro Warrior.

Most of them have been modded! =)

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Minocc wrote:
Any chance you might offer the 6 inch bar in 4500-5000K?

6000K is a bit too blue for my taste.


Sorry, we don’t have, but you can use yellow film.
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KevinZA1988 wrote:
I would also be interested in 4000K – 5000K LED’s in these light bars.

Sorry, we don’t have, but you can use yellow film.
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I guess I should be the first to state the obvious. For those reading along, if you value your money, please dont waste your cash on this rubbish. Its marketed under many different names with the same high failure rates, water penetration and abysmal light output. If you really want to throw away your money, please toss it into the street for some lucky kid to find and put to good use.

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Redlyne22 wrote:
What kind of LEDs are you using?

I see that they didn’t even bother to answer this question. Just more cheap garbage for sale on the internet.

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Yep.

“You can use yellow film”.

Cheap LED strips as always.

My very own high current Beryllium Copper springs Gen 3:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/67401
Liitokala Aliexpress Stores Battery Fraud: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/60547

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Please don’t judge a thing, when you know nothing about it.

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trust us , @blf we do.

Yitamotor wrote:
Please don’t judge a thing, when you know nothing about it.

Malkoff !

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Yeaaaah.

Do expect us to be kind at BLF, but not as much when you are advertising products and not getting the response you were expecting.

My very own high current Beryllium Copper springs Gen 3:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/67401
Liitokala Aliexpress Stores Battery Fraud: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/60547

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@yitamotor, perhaps contact a few reputable reviewers here on the forum and offer a sample for a review with strenuous testing?

Free dull see and free dull dumb.

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“Yellow film.” LOL. That’s rich. Party

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LeonardMartin wrote:
I use LED lights to grow weed.

Good, now go back over to reddit

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FlashPilot wrote:
I guess I should be the first to state the obvious. For those reading along, if you value your money, please dont waste your cash on this rubbish. Its marketed under many different names with the same high failure rates, water penetration and abysmal light output. If you really want to throw away your money, please toss it into the street for some lucky kid to find and put to good use.

rowwwrrr!

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riffraff wrote:
“Yellow film.” LOL. That’s rich. Party

and stupid!!!

"You never have the wind with you - it's either against you, or you're having a good day."
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Someone gave me two of the 6 inch light bars, so I guess I’ll do a mini review. I installed them on the front of my Jeep early-mid 2020. Bottom line up front, don’t waste your money. Mine were free and they weren’t worth the time I spent installing them.

Color- These things are blue, blue, blue. I’d say they’re well beyond 6k, but I don’t have a way to measure that. Two of the LEDs in one of them are much warmer. That’s an accident and doesn’t improve anything, it just makes them uglier to look at.

Output- Abysmal. When my headlights are on, the only way I can tell these lights are even on is by the lighted switch on my dash. When my headlights are off, they aren’t bright enough to use for anything I can imagine wanting them for. The color is so bad I just want to turn them back in favor of the darkness of night.

Weatherproofing- Minimal. Within a week of installation, both units had visible water in them and I don’t think they have dried out since. To their credit they still turn on and I don’t think it has affected their performance, but then again turning them back off doesn’t really affect their performance either.

The housings aren’t awful, and one day I may take them apart to do an LED swap and see if I can find a way to seal them up. Until then they will remain mounted on the front of my Jeep as functionally useless eye candy.

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LeonardMartin wrote:
I use LED lights to grow weed.

Thanks for sharing lol
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LMAO you guys are a blast.

I have a pair of these on a lawnmower. $8 is about $7 too much for them. They are cheap, the light is blue, and they leak water. Trust me I’m not dunking them under water on a zero turn that loses traction on wet grass. About the only positive I have is I didn’t pay for them.

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LeonardMartin wrote:
I use LED lights to grow weed.

Weeds by me grow naturally. Can’t get rid of ‘em fast enough, actually.

You want some, c’mon over and take as much as you can haul away.

Save a fortune on powering those LEDs. Think about it.

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Perception wrote:
Mine were free and they weren’t worth the time I spent installing them.
neo71665 wrote:
About the only positive I have is I didn’t pay for them.

Hownahell you guys getting these just handed to you?

 

I got a set of cheapies a few years ago, no idea what brand, and yeah, cheap blue crap.

I did keep ‘em around with the idea to swap the guts with something decent, then RTV the f outta them to seal ‘em.

The housings look cute, ‘though I expect the front plastic to get sandblasted in no time. So definitely not in front, but maybe behind as aux lights or something, ‘though my backup lights are damned bright.

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Nemikon wrote:
It looks cool. I took the idea from my best friend, his car interior was equipped with LED strips.

1st post anyone else smell something fishy here?
I think both need to be dumped! Yitamotor got 4 five star reviews for such enthusiastic reviewers that their forgot to say what they bought. In fact all 4 were between 3-10 words only.

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I go to the local flea market often and this summer one guy had these up and running from a small 12-volt lead-acid battery. I think some 30 × 2 rows (~60 leds). Quick calc; say some 4 amps each emitter for some decent illumination at 6 volts each = 120 amps draw. No go on this small battery. Housing seemed Ok (cast aluminium) but doubt there was any regulation in that. Although was in broad daylight, and the leds were bright (screaming white – but people go for that), didn’t throw any light into the adjacent tent.

Came back a second time some 2 weeks later, don’t think he fished enough.

Also saw some fellow selling those 2 for $10 zoomies with incredulous ratings. He would come again some 2 or 3 times. That was last year, doubt he’d show up after doing his gig and people realizing being duped.

Travelling salesmen – snake oil.