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Oracle Lighting’s Fiber Optic Dash Kits Now Available

ORACLE Lighting (www.oraclelights.com), the market leader in innovative LED lighting solutions for the automotive aftermarket, is proud to announce the launch of its new fiber optic dash kits. Available in both ColorSHIFT® ($39.95) and single-color ($9.95) options, both systems are now shipping.

“Our new Fiber Optic Dash Kits are the perfect way to accent a vehicle’s interior in a clean and seamless way,” said Justin Hartenstein, Oracle Lighting director of development.

“The special side-ring fiber optic cables have an integrated edge to make installation easy on any vehicle. This integrated edge is inserted between interior body panels in your vehicle including door panels, dashboard, headliner, console, and more. The fiber can even be stitched into fabric on custom upholstery. This is a universal product and is simple to install in most cases.”

The fiber optic is end-lit by a LED light head. The light travels through the fiber and lights up smoothly along the way for a very clean and understated appearance. The integrated edge is designed to hold the fiber optic cable tightly without the use of any adhesive. The single-color kit is available in six options (white, blue, red, green, amber, and ABL). Specialized fiber optic cable is also required for install ($4.95), which can be cut with scissors and be re-used.

Having celebrated its 20-year anniversary in 2019, Metairie, LA-based Oracle Lighting has been designing innovative lighting products and technologies for the automotive/12Volt, powersports, motorcycle, and marine markets since 1999. Oracle’s philosophy is this: in today’s world of fly-by-night vendors, we think it is important to partner with businesses that you can trust to be there for you today, tomorrow, and for years to come.

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