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Top Quality --- BLACK 4 Parking Reversing Sensors LED Buzzer Alarm Car Parking Sensor Parking Assistance (all colours) £11.99 Fulfilled by Amazon
Top Quality --- BLACK 4 Parking Reversing Sensors LED Buzzer Alarm Car Parking Sensor Parking Assistance (all colours) £11.99  Fulfilled by Amazon

Top Quality --- BLACK 4 Parking Reversing Sensors LED Buzzer Alarm Car Parking Sensor Parking Assistance (all colours) £11.99 Fulfilled by Amazon

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Technical Details

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

61 Comments

Been looking at getting these specific ones for a while..they come in different colours too.
But seem too cheap!

in before the usual "these are for ppl who can't drive" posts

very cheap for reversing sensors ...i suck with depth perception when reversing so mite get this would be handy

Cheers for that ordered the silver ones

I have factory fitted reversing sensors built into my car and I still manage to hit posts,walls,trees,!....I'll have to open my eyes next time I reverse the car....these look a good price so I might get my daughter a set for her car.

Are these easy to DIY fit? Are they stick on or do I need to cut holes in mi bumper?

Ta.

I've fitted four sets of these and they are great. Really easy to fit and you can over-spray them too which is handy. Pretty standard price though.

TheCabbit

Are these easy to DIY fit? Are they stick on or do I need to cut holes in … Are these easy to DIY fit? Are they stick on or do I need to cut holes in mi bumper?Ta.



You do have to drill holes into the bumper but they come with a drill bit to do that part. You then push the sensors into the holes and run the 4 wires into the main buzzer box (normally fixed in the boot). Then you just need to connect to your reversing light and a ground/earth connection.

Niamhs_Dad

You do have to drill holes into the bumper but they come with a drill bit … You do have to drill holes into the bumper but they come with a drill bit to do that part. You then push the sensors into the holes and run the 4 wires into the main buzzer box (normally fixed in the boot). Then you just need to connect to your reversing light and a ground/earth connection.



Thanks for the info Niamhs_Dad, think I'll give them a go.

Heat added.

Where do u choose the different colours? cant see anything

scorpweb

Where do u choose the different colours? cant see anything



amazon.co.uk/s/r…y=0

perfect for women drivers

http://resources1.news.com.au/images/2007/05/01/va1237244834455/Woman-reverse-parking-File-5467164.jpg

I have them front and rear on one car, factory fitted, and they're brilliant. I'd like to fit them to another car but worry I'll drill holes in the bumper then find they're not so good. You also have to take the bumper off to be sure you get them in the right place (ie not into brackets, etc).

Hot price!
Edited by: "Besford" 29th Nov 2011

Probably safer to buy from Amazon, but this looks like exactly the same thing on Ebay (from Hong Kong):

ebay.co.uk/itm…554

I have a lwb Renault Master van---would they be suitable for fitting to that? Hope so---its a long thing to park!

gazter

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSLbzHlaFlQthis woman could probably do … http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSLbzHlaFlQthis woman could probably do with some.



Lol. I think it would take a lot more than just parking sensors!

Actually i am terrible at parking, i just cant judge the distances properly. I usually either end up on the kerb or two foot away, my excuse is that its a nissan x trail and four wheel drives are much bigger....

scorpweb

Where do u choose the different colours? cant see anything



I think you want a pair of glasses before thinking about parking sensors.

Why not just learn to drive properly and save youself the bother.

I have factory fitted on my car and hate them. always make me stop at least one meter wrong as it sounds like somebody is dying on an operating table.

Useless thing!

They're cheap for a reason, poor quality, won't last.

Depending on car not so easy to fit? Look under bumper and check possible access to boot area first. Don't give as a present! Great price if you are confident in fitting though

Ordered & Heat added. Thanks!

I'm normally decent at parking, but recently got myself a jap import Nissan Elgrand and it's a nightmare to park, especially in my village. I'm going to look into these. Thanks.

gazter

Actually i am terrible at parking, i just cant judge the distances … Actually i am terrible at parking, i just cant judge the distances properly. I usually either end up on the kerb or two foot away, my excuse is that its a nissan x trail and four wheel drives are much bigger....



That's one thing that **** me off... People who buy bigger cars, and cannot drive. They're the ones who force people off the road, and think they're ok, because they have the bigger car!!!

Beware of these If you have a modern-ish VW group car. You may find that the car's integrated electrics interfere with the LED display making it flash madly and the sounder shriek like a scalded cat whenever you reverse.

It happened to Mrs D's Audi A3 and we had to have them taken out again and fit more expensive VW approved ones.

gazter

Actually i am terrible at parking, i just cant judge the distances … Actually i am terrible at parking, i just cant judge the distances properly. I usually either end up on the kerb or two foot away, my excuse is that its a nissan x trail and four wheel drives are much bigger....


So you bought a vehicle beyond your capabilities, well done you.

We can't all drive fuel sipping lupos

If something describes itself as "top quality".........then it probably isn't.

bargain

Guys - get Cisbo ones off eBay - they come recommended on several car forums. Why you'd buy these which are relatively unknown goes beyond me...

I parked, once.

itsisnot

perfect for women drivers


I'm a man, but this is such a stereotip, and let's have a look at that picture, shall we?
It'a a MAN who is actually saying yeah, go on, try to enter in that space, although it is obvious the car will never fit in there, even if it was driven by the poster of the pic... And by the looks of it, the woman is just saying to him "are you stupid, there is not enough space!"
Edited by: "MaximusRo" 30th Nov 2011

Drill holes in your bumper........ then fit these beuts!!!!!!!

haha

CE isn't certification, its a mark of declaration that the manufacturer puts on the product to say he believes that it meets the requirements of certain EU legislation (most commonly related to safety and in this case most likely to the Electro Magnetic Compatibilty (EMC) directive). Anyone who puts CE 'certification' in his marketing blurb is probably a less than top notch manufacturer and should be treated with caution. Chap above having issues of compatibility with his VW backs this argument up. This product's CE mark should represent the design and test of the product's EMC emissions and susceptibility which I have doubts about immediately if one person in this relatively small thread is reporting as problematic.

Don't get me wrong, this might be alright, but check out the market for branded alternatives and read the reviews before drilling holes in your expensive bumpers.
Edited by: "philby27" 30th Nov 2011





simate

They're cheap for a reason, poor quality, won't last.

gazter

Actually i am terrible at parking, i just cant judge the distances … Actually i am terrible at parking, i just cant judge the distances properly. I usually either end up on the kerb or two foot away, my excuse is that its a nissan x trail and four wheel drives are much bigger....



You're a chirpy little fella aren't you?

I wonder what the difference is compared to this £1 dearer set? [from the same people]
amazon.co.uk/Qua…e_9

Two different model numbers 2101 and 2107.
Edited by: "Faythur" 30th Nov 2011

Is drilling/removing a bumper seen as a modification re: insurance?

huggychair

Is drilling/removing a bumper seen as a modification re: insurance?



Not as long as you put the bumper back again afterwards.

jazzy639
Guys - get Cisbo ones off eBay - they come recommended on several car forums. Why you'd buy these which are relatively unknown goes beyond me...

Cisbo parking senors? which ones are easy to fit?
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