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So whether you re replacing a blown out bulb or upgrading your car s lights to better illuminate the night, it s incredibly important to choose wisely. Between safety 1 and disaster, your ride s lights hold the line and for the highest performance, the choice is always LED. With their smaller size, lower energy consumption, faster switching, longer lifetimes, and improved physical durability, LEDs outmatch an incandescent light source in the automotive department.
And, of course, if brightness is the watchword then LEDs are the only answer. Obviously, car lights though performing the same essential function can have many uses. The type of bulb you will want to get will depend on that use.
It can be anything from fog lights to turn signals, from brake lights to parking markers. With its ability to fulfill all those needs, V-LEDS has become one of the biggest brands in LED lighting. Its selection is as top of the line as the cutting edge technology it employs in its bulbs.
For instance, in the venue of parking markers mounted in the front end of the vehicle V-LEDS offers its 194 LED bulb 2 . In both red and 5K white, the new 360 six LED bulb is their brightest bulb ever made. Their brake lights are equally cutting edge.
At the very top end, V-LEDS has released the V3 Triton LED System. The V3 Triton is the indeed the next generation of LED lighting advancement. Due to the three Philips Rebel 3W light-emitting diodes employed and the breakthrough design, the V3 Triton pair give the vehicle not only the safety but the look of an exotic car at the very high end.
Showing a maximum yield of 210 lm of dynamic red phosphorescence, the Triton is unrivaled by any other LED system. The V3 Triton is standard size, as all V-LEDS bulbs are, so it can be applied to any brake light system it is replacing. By any estimation, V-LEDS stocks its inventory of products with the best there is to offer on the market.
It is for that reason, along with the easy shopping experience, that V-LEDS has fostered its name brand.
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Black leather. Black rubber sole. Adjustable black buckles with side-zip fastening. 'These Ash wedge trainers are true to size'.
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Since the Turner Contemporary opened three years ago giving it a world-class art gallery bars and artisan shops have sprung up in former warehouses and pubs. And 2014 is the year of Turner. In October, Mike Leigh releases his biopic of the artist, starring Timothy Spall.
In September, the exhibition, Late Turner: Painting Set Free, opens at Tate Britain. It s the perfect excuse to visit the seaside resort, which now has its first boutique hotel, the 20-bedroom Sands Hotel Spall is a big fan. Owner Nick Connington bought the derelict 1888 building at auction in 2011, planning to turn it into flats.
But on learning that it had originally been a hotel, he set about restoring it to its former glory. Evoking the colours of the sea, the hotel decor is glamorous cream club armchairs, aqua sofas, chandeliers, lots of mirrors and sculptural pieces. After a day on the beach, it s rather nice to return to a luxe environment.
On the ground floor, an open-plan lobby, cocktail bar and restaurant slice through the building, with a full-height window overlooking the sea. Hotel guests also have access to a private rooftop bar. Cream of the crop: sea view rooms have balconies facing Margate Sands Downstairs is the gourmet ice cream parlour, Melt, run by Nick s daughter Lucy, an LSE graduate.
Our slightly compact double room had a giant bed piled with cushions and throws, shimmering wallpaper and, best of all, a private balcony overlooking the sea. There s free wi-fi, high-definition TV, and your own kettle and cafetiere (a godsend for hangovers). On Friday night, we tried the hotel s Bay Restaurant, which specialises in produce from nearby Kent farms, as well as fresh seafood from Ramsgate.
After seared scallop with sun-blushed tomatoes and aubergine vinaigrette with black olive pur e and micro basil, I had sea trout in wild garlic with sprouting broccoli and the most delicious purple potatoes with lemon pur e. Then my friend and I split a generous plate of Kentish cheeses and gooseberry chutney (try the Kent Bluebell, a cow s milk blue cheese). The hotel is a five-minute stroll from Turner Contemporary (their summer show, Mondrian and Colour, runs until September 21) and the vintage shops and caf s of the Old Town.
We loved Betty B s, with its Fifties dresses, and textile designer Maxine Sutton s shop, selling prints, vases and cushions. On Saturdays, you can book in for afternoon tea at The Mad Hatter on Lombard Street, full of royal memorabilia and year-round Christmas decorations (eccentric proprietor Peter Clements-Bullett is mad about Christmas). We walked up the Viking Coastal Trail for cream tea at the kitsch Walpole Bay Hotel, with its Edwardian-style restaurant and doll museum.
Emin is a great fan, and the dining room has framed napkins designed by her and other Brit artists. In the 18th century, Margate was one of the first seaside resorts where tourists came to enjoy the health-giving properties of sea bathing. Hawley Square, with its Wesleyan chapel, library and Regency theatre, is a testament to its Georgian heritage.
Sea views: the rooftop bar Supper was at Michelin-starred The Ambrette on King Street, where chef Dev Biswal creates modern Indian cuisine using local ingredients. We feasted on soft-shell crab with raita and beetroot, and mushroom samosas, followed by grey mullet marinated with pickling spices. Dessert was Indian-style carrot cake and an exotic rose-flavoured vanilla cr me br l e.
At dusk, everyone ends up at Milos wine bar overlooking the harbour, watching an original Turner sunset, glass of grappa in hand. On Sunday, after buttered grilled kippers with lemon smoked salmon and scrambled eggs on toast at the hotel, we visited Fontaine an amazing warehouse space full of French furniture, china, paintings and prints. Then we drove to nearby Ramsgate to rifle through the bric-a-brac shops around its Riviera-style harbour.
There s no denying Margate has suffered from deprivation. But it was voted one of 2013 s top 10 holiday destinations in the world by Rough Guide. Next year, amusement park Dreamland will re-open, designed by Wayne Hemingway, restoring the historic rides and railway that date from the Twenties.
When the sun is out, the Kent coast is one of the most beautiful places in England. I wish I was there now. The Sands Hotel, Marine Drive, Margate, Kent, CT9, has doubles from 120 B&B.
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