At Extreme Tactical Dynamics, we sell an extensive range of emergency vehicle lights and suitable for full-time first responders and volunteers. Thousands of people in the US offer their time and skills to boost emergency services and respond to large-scale incidents. If you’re a volunteer, your budget may not allow a full size light bar. If you work on a voluntary basis, there’s a good chance that you won’t want to deck your privately-owned vehicle out in expensive lights and sirens. At ETD, we’ve put together a range of budget-friendly options, which are ideal for volunteers who want to play their part without spending a fortune. Here are five of the best value lights for volunteers.
Dart TIR LED visor light
Priced at less than $30, the Dart TIR LED visor light is an ideal option for volunteers who require access to discreet, affordable lights. This light can be concealed until you need to use it, and it’s incredibly easy to operate. When you’re off-duty, you won’t notice it’s there, and when you’re cruising around on a shift, you simply pull down the visor and flick the switch, and you’re ready for action. The Dart TIR LED visor light features total internal reflection lenses made from polycarbonate and it emits 84-watt beams, which can be seen for miles. The on/off switch can be controlled via the cigarette lighter, and the light offers twelve flash patterns, making it a versatile option. Whether you’re responding to a traffic incident or you’re trying to make a public area safe at night, the Dart TIR LED visor light will enable you to do your job with minimal hassle. The light is fitted using visor straps and it can be mounted and dismounted within minutes. The discretion of the unit makes it an excellent option for covert operations and undercover work. This product is also a perfect addition to a POV if you volunteer and you don’t want lights mounted on the car permanently.
Mirage 12 TIR LED mini light bar
Priced at just under $100, the Mirage 12 TIR LED mini light bar is one of the most affordable and economical mini light bars on the market. If you’re a volunteer police officer or firefighter and you need to attract attention to your vehicle, this is an excellent option for you. Light bars are designed to flood the area with light, and they enable you to work at any time of day. The Mirage 12 boasts 66-watt lights, which provide 360-degree illumination. The light bar is fitted and secured using magnets, and it’s easy to install. Once you arrive at the scene of an incident, you can place the light bar on the roof or hood to attract attention, alert drivers or keep people away from the area. When you’ve finished, you simply remove the light, pack it away and wait for your next call. The Mirage 12 TIR LED mini light bar is powered by the cigarette lighter and there’s an on/off switch, which gives you access to 15 flash patterns. You can choose from solid or split-color patterns and there’s a memory function. This light bar is great value for money, and it’s waterproof and sturdy, so it should suit every environment. For volunteers, the Mirage 12 TIR LED mini light bar is an excellent purchase, as it’s at the lower end of the scale in terms of cost, it’s easy to install and operate and it enables you to work safely in any environment at any time of the day.
Enforcer 4 TIR LED dash light
Dash lights are a popular choice for volunteer police officers and fire crews. Dash lights are versatile and discreet, they’re very easy to install and you can switch between work and relaxation mode very quickly. The Enforcer 4 costs less than $30 and it offers a host of advantages for volunteers on the go. This dash light has a unique bracket, which enables it to slide up and down for hassle-free installation, and it has four suction cups, which are located at the side of the light. This product is made from high-quality polycarbonate, and it’s built to withstand the elements. You can choose from four solid color patterns or seven split-color combinations, and there are 26 flash patterns available. You can also take advantage of pattern memory, enabling you to pick up where you left off. One of the best things about the Enforcer 4 is its versatility. Although this light is designed to sit on the dash, you can also attach it to the back window or the windshield. If you’re looking for an all-rounder that will serve you well during the day or night without breaking the bank, the Enforcer 4 TIR LED dash light could be the ideal option for you.
Elemental 4 TIR LED grille and surface mount light
Grille and surface lights are designed to provide bright lights to draw attention to emergency vehicles. They are used widely by police and fire crews and volunteers who assist the emergency services. If you’re a volunteer searching for an inexpensive, cost-effective grille and surface mount light for your POV, we recommend the Elemental 4 TIR LED light. Retailing at less than $20, this is an excellent option for volunteers on a budget. With this product, you can alert pedestrians and motorists to your presence during the day and night. The unit is housed in black aluminum and it has a rubber gasket, which is designed for a snug, secure fit. There are 12 flash patterns with pattern memory, and you can synchronize the light with other products. There are five solid color and seven split-color options to choose from. Volunteers are required to undertake jobs in all kinds of different settings and environments, and they may be exposed to adverse weather conditions that can change in the blink of an eye. With the Elemental 4, you don’t have to worry about the environment. Made from sturdy polycarbonate, this light is ideal for any operation. The polycarbonate lens is also resistant to impact, and the light will stay clear and bright, even on the drizzliest and darkest of days.
Ranger Hextag TIR LED traffic advisor light bar
The Ranger Hextag TIR LED traffic advisor light bar represents a great investment for volunteers who assist with traffic operations and road patrols. This light bar is priced at under $130, making it one of the most affordable light bars on the market. When you’re directing or diverting traffic or you’re trying to section off an area of the road, you need lights to attract the attention of motorists and point them in the right direction. The Ranger Hextag light is an inexpensive, versatile product, which will enable you to work safely and efficiently out on the roads. This 36-watt light can be fitted to the front or the back of your vehicle, and you can choose from over 30 different flash patterns. The polycarbonate lenses are designed for use in any conditions and they will shine brilliantly whatever the weather. You can secure the light using suction cups or L-brackets depending on where you want to put the light. Whether the light is fitted to the front or back of the vehicle, it’s very easy to install and remove the Ranger Hextag, making it ideal for volunteers. If you’re not at work, you don’t need lights on your vehicle and it takes seconds to take your POV from a normal vehicle to a first response car that is ready and raring to go. As well as boasting an attractive RRP, the Ranger Hextag also offers value for money in the long-term, as the bulbs last up to 100,000 hours. After your initial investment, you should find that your lights shine brightly for years to come.
Are you a volunteer on the lookout for new emergency lights for your vehicle? Whether you assist the police force, the fire service or you help paramedics, it’s often beneficial to use emergency lights to attract attention and show the public that you’re at work. Volunteers play an incredibly important role in attending emergency incidents and providing backup for full and part-time crews. If you’re a volunteer, you probably don’t want to spend a lot of money on lights or sirens or drive your car to work or pick the kids up from school with lights all over the place. With our affordable emergency products, you can access the light you need, when you need it. Our lights are easy to install and remove, and we offer competitive prices. When you’re working, you can fit your lights and choose your color patterns, and when it’s time to go home, you can switch back to normal driving mode. If you’re on a budget, we’ve got you covered. Hopefully, this guide has provided you with some budget-friendly ideas for your vehicle. If you can’t find what you need, or you’re looking for more recommendations, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the EDT team! We’ll be happy to help.
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