Laser Flashing Emergency Sign - Was £19.57 Now £9.79 @ Tesco Direct - HotUKDeals
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Filler item. Also 3% cashback through quidco.

This flashing emergency sign is waterproof and reflective. It also features a magnet for attatching to a vehicle. Eyelets included for other environments. This emergency sign also includes LED directional lights with 3 programs.

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Accessory or Tool Type Accessory
Batteries Included No
Battery Type Required AA
Brand Laser
Features of Product Waterproof and reflective. Magnetic for vehicle fixing. Eyelets included for other environments. LED directional lights with 3 programs
Material Nylon
Product Depth 0.5 cm
Product Height 30 cm
Product Weight 500g
Product Width 75 cm
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#1
Plus P+P:whistling:
banned#2
What's wrong with normal hazard lights?
#3
nice. could double up as go faster stripes:w00t: one on either side of the car.
#4
Saw a woman today who really could have used one of these. She was stood in the middle of the A55 in front of her broken down car, casually calling someone on her mobile as traffic raced by inches away from her. Typically she decided to park her car on the fast lane instead of the nice grassy embankment on t'other side. How she thought THAT was a good idea just defies any logical reasoning i could come up with.
#5
John Locke;5787739
Saw a woman today who really could have used one of these. She was stood in the middle of the A55 in front of her broken down car, casually calling someone on her mobile as traffic raced by inches away from her. Typically she decided to park her car on the fast lane instead of the nice grassy embankment on t'other side. How she thought THAT was a good idea just defies any logical reasoning i could come up with.


Perhaps she was unable to pull back in once her car lost power and slowed down with everyone undertaking her. Maybe the people in the other lanes seeing what had happened should have shown some consideration and stopped in advance allowing her to get to safety. It's easy to blame her when there's so many other w*****s on the road.
#6
LongDongDave
What's wrong with normal hazard lights?


How long do you think a car battery will last with your hazards on?

Answer :

Not that long! As I've experienced ;-(
#7
anewman
Perhaps she was unable to pull back in once her car lost power and slowed down with everyone undertaking her. Maybe the people in the other lanes seeing what had happened should have shown some consideration and stopped in advance allowing her to get to safety. It's easy to blame her when there's so many other w*****s on the road.


agreed
#8
John Locke
Saw a woman today who really could have used one of these. She was stood in the middle of the A55 in front of her broken down car, casually calling someone on her mobile as traffic raced by inches away from her. Typically she decided to park her car on the fast lane instead of the nice grassy embankment on t'other side. How she thought THAT was a good idea just defies any logical reasoning i could come up with.


anewman
Perhaps she was unable to pull back in once her car lost power and slowed down with everyone undertaking her. Maybe the people in the other lanes seeing what had happened should have shown some consideration and stopped in advance allowing her to get to safety. It's easy to blame her when there's so many other w*****s on the road.


nope just a lady drive, i think.
:whistling:
#9
Dependant on the colour of the LED's this may not comply with the traffic lighting regs. You may be ticketed for using it.
Lighting regs are are strict on flashing and colour of rear facing lghts.
#10
nigelpm;5788161
How long do you think a car battery will last with your hazards on?

Answer :

Not that long! As I've experienced ;-(

Should be around 10 hours on a fully charged average size battery.
#11
I like the way it has been put ont he back of a citroen!!
#12
Brad
I like the way it has been put ont he back of a citroen!!


haha, I noticed that too!
#13
Discontinued now.
#14
Great find this, I'm getting it for the gf at Xmas :)
#15
nigelpm
How long do you think a car battery will last with your hazards on?

Answer :

Not that long! As I've experienced ;-(


Longer than a few AA batteries - thats for sure!

(Or RAC batteries :p)
#16
pooka
nope just a lady drive, i think.
:whistling:


anewman
Perhaps she was unable to pull back in once her car lost power and slowed down with everyone undertaking her. Maybe the people in the other lanes seeing what had happened should have shown some consideration and stopped in advance allowing her to get to safety. It's easy to blame her when there's so many other w*****s on the road.


Perhaps she was an idiot that didn't realise pulling in and not standing in front of her car while it's incapacitated was a better idea, who knows? Nobody was there and all other comments on it are conjecture.
#17
djssniper
Perhaps she was an idiot that didn't realise pulling in and not standing in front of her car while it's incapacitated was a better idea, who knows? Nobody was there and all other comments on it are conjecture.


Its amazing how many times I see people broken down and standing at the side of the road "in front" of the car. The rules state that you need to be at the side of the road "behind" the car. Because when your car gets hit from behind by some bozo on a mobile, all of the broken glass, etc is going to go forward not backward. I speak from experience.
#18
Dangerous. And not needed.

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