IT MAY be less than a year since Narva introduced its new Ultima 215 LED driving lamps in Australia but they've already been widely adopted by a great many off-road enthusiasts and commercial vehicle owners, and have drawn huge praise from industry experts.
An important feature of the Ultima 215 is it meets the stringent requirements of CISPR 25 which is part of the ECE Regulation 10 for EMC, a feature that is sadly not evident in many other lamps on the market
Narva marketing manager Jake Smith said the company knew the lights would be popular but had not fully anticipated the spectacular market uptake.
"Throughout the lamps' development we were extremely excited about the lights' performance and the potential impact they would have on the market,” he said.
Former 500cc GP champion turned outback adventure tour operator Daryl Beattie has fitted two pairs to his IVECO 4x4 support truck, which regularly criss-crosses the Simpson, Canning Stock Route and through to Cape York.
"They produce a staggering white light that's easy on the eye and fills in the shadows way down the road ahead - they are the best spotties I've ever owned,” Daryl said.
The Narva Ultima 215s are also being widely used by commercial vehicle operators, including truck driver and road safety campaigner Rod Hannifey.
Rod has four and regularly uses them on his interstate routes from Dubbo to Brisbane, Melbourne and beyond.
Narva Ultima 215 Driving Lamps are available from automotive, 4WD and transport outlets.