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Spider bulbs from Essex Racing

Published:  26 February, 2009

rong>These unusual-looking bulbs aim to combine all the benefits of LED light while addressing the problems of small surface area and highly-directional light associated with them.

/>The bulb units give a large light spread with a concave shape and backward-facing bulbs to illuminate the lamp’s reflec

/>Essex Racing says the bulbs are three times brighter than conventional tungsten bulbs. They fold up for easy fitting and then expand for maximum lighting po

/>They are available in red, amber and white for use in stop lights, indicators, side light and reversing ligh

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