Light Your Way With Fyrlyt
"Fyrlyt are the best driving lights I have ever used," says Scott Allsop, the head mechanic at Ace Motors car service in Wynyard, Tas. "Fyrlyt are fully Australian made and you can build a light from the available spare parts, unlike all other brands of driving lights."
Fyrlyt driving lights are tough, too. "At first I was sceptical, but now that I have used them, there is no way I will change. The light housings are so strong I parked my Land Cruiser on them," says Scott. "A customer in Hobart had Fyrlyt driving lights fitted to a Navara 4x4 - he had a crash with a cow at 100 km's and it totally stuffed his car, but the Fyrlyts survived in perfect condition. The guy unbolted the Fyrlyts and fitted them to his Land Cruiser."
Ace Motors is the only Tasmanian distributor of Fyrlyt driving lights. The Australian designed driving lights feature geometrically optimised and scratch, chemical and heat resistant Filament Tuned Reflector to realise the full potential of the Lumious Flux from light source towards a maximum spectral reflectance. Readily replacable lens is merged with cover, eliminating the compounding light losses induced by two redundant plastic to air surface transitions.
Fyrlyts are Proudly Australian Made!
|Moulded Plastic Housings||Made In Australia|
|Plastic Lens||Made In Australia|
|Alloy Foot Mounts
and Globe Holder
|Alloy Bought In Australia,
and Machined In Australia
|Housing and Lens Plastic||Bought from an Australian Company|
|Bolts||Bought From Australia|
|Seals||Bought From Australia|
Lens and Reflector
|Made In Australia|
|Lens and Globe||Overseas|
And finally, but not the least - built and assembled in Australia. To gain the Australian Made logo you have to pass 94% of the product to originate from Australia, as FYRLYT do.
In these series of photos, Fyrlyt (left) is compared to Lightforce 240 (middle) and Lightforce Genesis (right), both considered the premium driving lights by many. At a distance of 60 meters the lights are aimed a single unit and the images tell quite a story.
Participating in Ulverstone 4x4 Club Gathering on October 26-28th, Ace Motors were the first in attendance on Friday. Whilst still enjoying the events, Scott Allsop had a go at the figure 8 course blindfold challenge without any damage, with his copilot Susie Gardner "still wondering how we missed some of those trees, way too close!"
As the night went on the presentations were made for the ramp challenge, blindfold challenge and the club display. Ace Motors club won the award for best display, with the judges voting unanimously.
ACE Motors provided a set of Fyrlyts as a gate prize, which was won by Tony Ling from the Braddon 4x4 club. Tony was very happy to receive his gift of the fantastic driving lights - well done, Tony!
A great weekend had by all who attended. All had a great time and loved the opportunity to catch up with other clubs from around our state. A special thanks to all people setting up and organising the event.