Parking Reversing Sensors..was £39.99  now £8.99 sold byTHT Trade and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Parking Reversing Sensors..was £39.99 now £8.99 sold byTHT Trade and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 26th Feb 2013
rear parking sensor
This system comes with LED displayer+mini main box, which is easy to find a suitable place in the back of vehicle to install it.
This production has CE certification.
4 Sensors Parking Reversing Sensor LED & Buzzer Alarm WHITE
Digital LED showing obstacle distance; LED indicates three colours for different distances (Red, yellow & green)
Beeping sound Alarm; Crescent shape digital display screen
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Just in time for mothers day
Or keep them for Father's Day (_;)
These have never been £39
Silver version for the same price here amazon.co.uk/Rev…M8O

Its RRP is £22.99
Can you spray paint these to match car colour?
Ought to put these on supermarket trolleys!
FHunter

Ought to put these on supermarket trolleys!



Probably better with the silver ones then .................
Seems a good deal
Obviously it is usually £9.99:
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£8.99 is still a very good price indeed
Ordered
Just to mention they wont fit cars with metal reinforcement in the bumper, example Nissan Micra K12 2003 to 2010. Also look underneath car bumper and see if you can see the area you need to drill is clear or otherwise you will need to remove bumper.
These are a waste of time and effort, trust me. We used to sell these crappy cheap kits and all we ever had was bad feedback from customers.....and our parts guy pulling his hair out!
Learn to park instead
I bought these a while ago.

The fitting instructions are rubbish. I'm still not sure how to wire it up.
Do you need to drill through any part of your car to put these on?
Ordered silver ones, thanks.
af1

Do you need to drill through any part of your car to put these on?



To make it look some what OEM, yes.

There are kits on eBay very similar to this which are already colour coded. Very easy to wire up too.
Ah, factory fitted is always best option. I wasn't bothered with them till i got the car i have now, and it came from the factory with them fitted (Front + Rear).
Makes getting a big car in and out of small spaces MUCH easier
Colour coded on ebay £10.99

ebay.co.uk/itm…313?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649
chriscp9be

Learn to park instead



Yeah, let's turn the clock back: no sissy heaters, power steering, door mirrors, auto boxes, heated windows, screen washers, headlamp washers ..........................

Luddite!
Thank you. Other colours are available, the silver ones they sell on amazon are £8.99 too: amazon.co.uk/Rev…1-2
118luke

Ah, factory fitted is always best option. I wasn't bothered with them … Ah, factory fitted is always best option. I wasn't bothered with them till i got the car i have now, and it came from the factory with them fitted (Front + Rear).Makes getting a big car in and out of small spaces MUCH easier



Yeah but for those without factory fitted these would be good. I had something similar off ebay on my Sedona people carrier and they worked great.
These are great kits, they work perfectly well and the quality is good.

I have fitted several of these kits to my own vehicles over the years, also friends and families vehicles, must be in double figures now..... lol

The stopping distance works true to 0.0 metres, you get an audible beep and stopping measurement on the LCD display. The solid beep and 0.0 of a metre gives you 10" away from an object, it never fails........... not unless you have a bad earth wire or live positive wire.

You simple connect the red + positive wire to the positive supply from your rear light cluster reversing wire, you simply connect the two wires by using a scotch block that cuts into the two wires which connect them together.

The black earth - negative wire you simply connect to the vehicles chassis (metal part of the body), or use a convenient screw or bolt that you can see that is attached to a metal part of the vehicles body.

The black computer module that comes with the kit that you push all four of the sensors cables into and the Red + and Black - wires should be fitted inside the rear of the vehicle, normally in the boot area. All four cables that lead to each sensor can be trunked through a rubber grommet that your vehicle should have behind the bumper (most vehicles will have a blank rubber grommet not in use somewhere behind the bumper).

The best way to fit these kits is to take your vehicles bumper off, most cars will have pre-markings for reverse sensors already marked out behind the bumper. The markings are factory standard as certain models of cars are fitted with reversing sensors as standard and other models are not, but the markings are there from the factory build.

You have to drill into your plastic bumper by using the included drill bit, just make sure you use a high powered drill preferably a corded drill, not a cordless as you really want a good clean cut. You certainly do not want to tear through your lovely shiny bumper by using a cordless drill with a flat or low battery..... lol

Most cars will always have space behind the plastic bumper before the metal Crash-Bar, you can either put you hand up under the plastic bumper between the bumper and crash-Bar. By taking your bumper off you will be able to drill the holes and fit the sensors alot easier, trust me it really makes things easier and you can do a better job and get a professional finish.

You can buy black sensors and spray them yourselves to suit your cars colour, you can also buy these kits on ebay for around the same price £10 to £15 (you can also buy the sensors already colour coded from many ebay sellers). Most sellers are from China and HK who sell these kits, some sellers are from UK, I've never had a problem buying these kits from UK or China. The kits are good quality, and I have never had a kit that has failed.

The best kits to buy is with the Phillips Technology, the Cisbo Kit, you can get them from £10 to £20.................








Edited by: "Da11as" 26th Feb 2013
deanolufc

Q: Can I wear one of these round the gay part of Leeds so I get a warning … Q: Can I wear one of these round the gay part of Leeds so I get a warning if someone's gonna rear end me or are they just for cars?



If you intend to cry rape, again, your plan will fail as your penchant for male fun will be evident as you will have come on to them first by moving in a reverse motion as this is when the sensors are active. X)
Do these get confused by a tow hook?
I'm going to buy a few sets of these and hand them out at the local supermarket car park to all the women on their way in.
Dodge62

Do these get confused by a tow hook?



Nope!...................... not unless you fit a sensor in middle of bumper........... in line with tow hook.
I find a car with unpainted bumpers is a better option than parking sensors
Dodge62

Do these get confused by a tow hook?


Tow hooks are the best parking aids so you shouldn't need these anyway.
They'll go great on my Lamborghini
Too many people rely on these nowadays, if you need them you shouldn't be allowed to drive
cadmium

Too many people rely on these nowadays, if you need them you shouldn't be … Too many people rely on these nowadays, if you need them you shouldn't be allowed to drive



Yep! if I didn't have mine, I would hit something for sure................... mmmmmm!
cadmium

Too many people rely on these nowadays, if you need them you shouldn't be … Too many people rely on these nowadays, if you need them you shouldn't be allowed to drive


So sorry, I'll hand my driving licence in then. Do you think I can still drive my race car or should I hand my race licence in as well? What car do you drive? I certainly can't see the bumpers on my S-Max so the sensors are very useful. What an ignorant and condescending comment.
cadmium

Too many people rely on these nowadays, if you need them you shouldn't be … Too many people rely on these nowadays, if you need them you shouldn't be allowed to drive



Exactly.Too many people learn to pass their test but never learn to drive!
does this come with wifi?

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Edited by: "360baby" 26th Feb 2013
Dodge62

So sorry, I'll hand my driving licence in then. Do you think I can still … So sorry, I'll hand my driving licence in then. Do you think I can still drive my race car or should I hand my race licence in as well? What car do you drive? I certainly can't see the bumpers on my S-Max so the sensors are very useful. What an ignorant and condescending comment.

ignorant, condescending, but true. Hence such aids are not permitted on the driving test.
oddly enough, I've never had a car where you can see the bumpers? Have driven / owned everything from fiestas thru volvo estates, crappy LDV vans, Jag's, Porsches, pugs, and the only car I've ever driven that needed a reverse parking aid was the bmw x6, because the rear windows is angled as a sky light, and the mirrors about large enough to be a coin holder, thankfully, they're a, fitted with a camera, and b, fugly enough to benefit from some rough parking.
flaviafishcake

Or keep them for Father's Day (_;)


not as funny.
cadmium

Too many people rely on these nowadays, if you need them you shouldn't be … Too many people rely on these nowadays, if you need them you shouldn't be allowed to drive



I guess we should get rid of ABS on cars as well.

Both my mum and my dad have got it on their car and it's something I miss when driving my car. I've never hit anything reversing ever in my car but it's nice to have that safeguard.
thanks ordered heat added
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