Simon says Narva L.E.D Driving Lamp Bars Provide Incredible Visibility


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SYDNEY – Jan 21, 2014: Narva’s powerful, bright and compact L.E.D driving light bars are a popular choice for recreational four wheel drivers and those who like to get off the beaten track, delivering a bright white light from high quality 5W ‘Cree’ XPG L.E.Ds.

Built tough to handle all the mud, water, sand and rocks that goes hand in hand with off-road driving, the bars are constructed from extruded aluminium and feature virtually unbreakable polycarbonate lens.

Well known off road personality, Simon Christie hosts and produces three television programs about four wheel driving, including the very popular 4WD TV. According to Simon, Narva’s L.E.D driving lamp bars GREATLY enhance his off-road driving experience.

“The driving lamp bars allow us to see around corners, into washouts and holes, and up and down hills while four wheel driving,” Simon said.

“In addition, the cool white colour provides amazing clarity and contrast and is also less fatiguing.

“When travelling at speed on open roads, the L.E.D light bars provide a large amount of light. They clearly light up the side of the road, signs, trees and branches well above the road, providing a depth perception only equaled by sunlight. This is critical for safe night driving.”

For his work with 4WD TV, Simon has been using, reviewing and testing a range of Narva’s L.E.D products for the past four years. This ranges from compact work lights through to industry light bars.

“I have taken Narva L.E.D lights to the toughest outback touring destinations and have filmed them in action mounted to the toughest vehicles competing at Australia’s leading four wheel drive events. I have never heard of, experienced or seen any Narva L.E.D light bars failing.”

According to Simon, the driving lamp bars’ low current draw is important for four wheel drivers. “Powering our four wheel drives is critical for safe and functional remote area touring. Being self-sufficient and power conscious is not just important, it may even save your life,” he said.

For optimal performance, Simon uses a combination of Narva’s H.I.D driving lights and L.E.D lighting.

“H.I.D driving lights are used on all our four wheel drives to complement the L.E.D lighting.

We primarily use Narva’s Ultima 225 50W H.I.D or Extreme 50W H.I.D driving lights,” Simon said.

“While L.E.Ds provide unmatched clarity, colour, volume and spread at short ranges, the H.I.D driving lights provide depth and penetration. This easily fills in the remaining distance out to more than a kilometre. The result of this combination is an amazing night driving experience.

“The short, vast and smooth L.E.D pattern provides incredible visibility while four wheel driving, and the short range technology assists in lighting up windy tracks and reaching up and down on undulating terrain. This is something that long reaching lights cannot do.

“The Narva range of L.E.D light bars is unequalled in the field. For reliability, performance and rugged faultless operation each day, the choice can only be Narva. The Narva L.E.D light bars teamed with our other Narva lights get us home safely each week. I wouldn’t be without them.”

Narva’s L.E.D driving light bars are available in a range of sizes and outputs from leading automotive, four wheel drive and transport outlets throughout Australia. Visit www.narva.com.au for more information.

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