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GHO100 02-24-2012 10:40 AM

Tesla LEDs, now on sale
 
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Without further intro:

The Tesla Renaissance: Bringing lighting out of the Dark Ages!
https://www.teslaleds.com/images/product_small.jpg

$200 per pair, $9.95 s&h.







Comparison between



https://www.teslaleds.com/images/teslaleds_onoffanim.gif


A) 35 watt HID headlights and



B) Tesla LEDs:
Features:
  • Waterproof Black Anodized Aluminum housing with O-ring seals
  • 4 x Cree XM-L T6 chips
  • 3600 Lumen output
  • Easy installation, no ballasts needed!
  • Rated for 100,000 hours
  • Wide Beam Pattern (Flood lights, excellent for off-road!)
  • Low power consumption: 2.4 amps (28 watts) @12v
  • Dimensions: Length: 70mm , Diameter 55mm
  • Shatter resistant lens

Applications: boats, motorcycles, cars, trucks, atvs, dirtbikes...anything that runs on a 12 volt system

Try us against our competitors at 1/3 the cost!
If you're not 100% satisfied that our lights are brighter, and just as well built,
we offer a full 100% 30-day money back guarantee.

1 year manufacturer's defect warranty.

Sold as a pair with 2 accessory mounts for 7/8" or 1" bars.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or feedback!
george@teslaleds.com

GHO100 02-24-2012 10:41 AM

Check back to this thread for updates to our product line:

Coming soon:

1. Wired dimmer control


2. Wire harness with relay for easy installation of hi-beam trigger and manual switches

tedder 02-24-2012 11:39 AM

zomg. Those are impressive.

GHO100 02-24-2012 11:42 AM

Those are the 2000 lumen models, taken a few months ago.

The new models, called the Tesla Renaissance on our website, are 3600 lumens.

I'll update that comparison soon!

Quote:

Originally Posted by tedder (Post 18063890)
zomg. Those are impressive.


Rapid Dog 02-24-2012 11:46 AM

...you have these in stock right now if someone orders?
How long to ship?

GHO100 02-24-2012 11:47 AM

Shipment will get to me soon, I would say 3 weeks till they're at your door.

subybaja 02-24-2012 02:08 PM

I'll ask the question everyone's thinking:

Why should we buy these from you instead of ADVmonster? Yours are $20 cheaper per light, but Sanjoh's been on ADV selling these same lights for years, and has a great record on customer service and warranty.

What sets you apart?

(honest question, not criticism)

GHO100 02-24-2012 02:15 PM

Hi Subybaja,

I understand that question will be on everyone's mind. I've been a member here for a while, and also on Stromtroopers, where I introduced these lights.

I won't speak to Sanjoh's company, his reputation, or policies, other than to say I have followed his thread, and it seems he does a good business, and his customers express satisfaction.

If you get a chance to check in with any of my customers from the other thread, I think you'll find they're also satisfied with how I handled their orders, and my communication.

What will set us apart in the next coming days will be our take on control and wiring harnesses. I don't like the idea of a wireless controller dependent on a key fob and batteries (had enough trouble with car alarms that used those)

Tesla LEDs will be offering a wired dimmer controller, and a plug & play wire harness as options for these lights.

In the future, we may also offer different lighting units, but for now, I stand behind this product.

If you want buy lights from Sanjoh, and my dimmer, or my lights and his dimmer...that's all up to you. I'm simply here to offer another option.

erkmania 03-11-2012 04:00 PM

Hello, George.

I recently bought a set of the close-out 44's and I'm experiencing some lens fogging.

My question is, what is the best way to seal the assembly? I was thinking about using Yamabond at the lens junction and possibly the pigtail.

I think I'll disassemble the lights to see if any corrosion exists before I do any resealing.

What are your thoughts?

Best, Eric

GHO100 03-11-2012 04:42 PM

Hey Eric,

the unit has a few spots with o-ring seals. The one you might want to double check is between the glass and the leds. There is a retention ring about 1/4 of an inch thick that will screw off, but be very careful not to let the glass lens fall out.

I would take that off, double check the o-ring, dry everything with a good mircofiber cloth, and perhaps let the unit sit someplace dry for a few hours before re-installing the o-ring seal and the glass lens with retention ring.

Send me a PM if you have any problems with that, and I'll give you my cell to make a call.

-George

Quote:

Originally Posted by erkmania (Post 18192228)
Hello, George.

I recently bought a set of the close-out 44's and I'm experiencing some lens fogging.

My question is, what is the best way to seal the assembly? I was thinking about using Yamabond at the lens junction and possibly the pigtail.

I think I'll disassemble the lights to see if any corrosion exists before I do any resealing.

What are your thoughts?

Best, Eric


erkmania 03-11-2012 04:55 PM

Thanks, George.

That's where I was headed. However, I was going to use a heat gun (gently, of course) to dry the internals.

I'll let you know if something appears problematic.

Best, Eric

Fortech 03-24-2012 03:12 PM

George,

Sent you a PM regarding the dimming control you spoke of earlier. I'm in the process of installing these now and am curious to know how soon the dimmers will be ready for shipment.

In addition for anyone wondering, I had a pleasant business transaction with George last month when I purchased my lamps - and wouldn't hesitate recommending him to anyone who asks. Communication was prompt, as was the shipping. 100% pleased with his business ethics.

GHO100 03-24-2012 03:23 PM

Hi Fortech, got your PM, look for a response

The dimmer units will be for sale soon, but not yet. I've got some mockups on the way to be tested thoroughly, and will have info for everyone soon.


I DO now have lights in stock, and ready to ship!

3600-lumens order here: www.TeslaLEDS.com

I also have some 2000 lumen versions available for $165 per pair.

PM me for details if you're interested in those, and please don't hesitate to post questions to the thread!

-George

GHO100 03-25-2012 07:27 PM

Ready to ship!
 
Hi Everyone!

I just wanted to send out a reminder about the new lights, and let everyone know that Tesla LEDs are now in stock and READY TO SHIP!

The website again is www.TeslaLEDs.com

If you've had a good experience buying from me, or like the product, please share with your fellow motorists!

All the best,
George Overkamp
www.TeslaLEDs.com

New pictures:
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-D...2/IMAG0463.jpg

owrstrich 03-26-2012 05:44 AM

greetings gho100...

you gotts amber lenses for these leds...

j o


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