View Poll Results: What factors do you consider when selecting turn signals?
Should be much brighter than OEM halogen bulbs. 6 85.71%
Should be much brighter than OEM halogen bulbs.
6 85.71%
Longer lifespan. 4 57.14%
Longer lifespan.
4 57.14%
No hyper flash, and no error codes. 5 71.43%
No hyper flash, and no error codes.
5 71.43%
Reviews from other users who have used this bulb. 3 42.86%
Reviews from other users who have used this bulb.
3 42.86%
Recommendation from family or friends. 1 14.29%
Recommendation from family or friends.
1 14.29%
Product reviews from influencers. 0 0%
Product reviews from influencers.
0 0%
More attractive price or discounts. 1 14.29%
More attractive price or discounts.
1 14.29%
Other, I have something to say... 1 14.29%
Other, I have something to say...
1 14.29%
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Old 05-27-2024, 09:52 PM #1
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🧐What Factors Do You Consider When Selecting The Turn Signals | Lasfit Small Talk

Recently, we received an email from a customer who's preparing to replace his turn signal lights. In the email, he express confusion because Lasfit offers three different product series for turn signal lights, and he is not sure which one is most suitable for his needs. 🧐
✨Faced with this array of options, Lasfit has something to say:

Lasfit L Series: Offers excellent brightness, but lower power, making it more suitable for sidemarker lights.
Lasfit T Series: Classic and has been selling for years, with ultra-high brightness that provides users with a different lighting experience compared to halogen bulbs.
Lasfit's brand-new upgraded T3 Series: Features a softer light output and more powerful in decoding system.

🤔Have you ever found yourself lost in the swamp of choosing turn signals when confronted with numerous aftermarket brands? Or perhaps, when selecting aftermarket turn signal lights, what factors do you prioritize?

🤗We welcome forum users to choose the factors they consider when selecting turn signal lights in this post and share their ideas and opinions on aftermarket turn signal light selection in the comments below.
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When I saw this thread I thought turn signals in regards to replacing the whole fixture vs the bulbs. That said though my biggest concern in selecting replacement LED's that are brighter is how much heat they put out compared to OEM and now much that heat affects the housing.

I had a Tacoma that I replaced the DRL's with slightly brighter bulbs and the housings melted after a year. Thought it was a defect since Toyota had a recall and I replaced the housings and used my brighter bulbs. Melted again.

If I were to replace the whole housing then the turn signals would have to be yellow and not brake light red. I HATE red turn signals.
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I prefer turn signals that are much brighter than the OEM halogen bulbs.
A longer lifespan is important. LEDs generally last much longer than halogens, so that's a big plus for me. So, Id go with the Lasfit T Series.
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For me the factory turn signals are just fine. Why all the fuss and risk.
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