Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 4
Rated 1 out of 5 by CaptScott does not work
Bought FRED as a gift for my father-in-law. Installed batteries, pressed the power button and the three white LED's came on. Pressed power again, the perimeter lights quickly flashed red and the unit turned off. Unfortunately that's all it will do. Will not cycle through any light options; just turns on the 3 white lights on the front and then turns them off again.
December 25, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Kixster Great Light but,,,,,
I bought the FRED for my wife several years ago and what a great product ! But the FRED needs updating, theres no color option. The wife is a rural postal carrier she uses the FRED on the roof front and rear as a warning/caution light because she makes frequent stops. But some drivers think she is an emergency vehicle and pull over creating some irritated motorist. A FRED with a caution yellow LEDs would be a fantastic update of a very useful warning device.
Amber LED light could be use be construction crews, postal workers, farm tractors, snow removal crews and many many many others were RED leds are not practical.
Fred still a great light regardless
August 21, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Walt dose not work
I have the fred.it had no way on how it works .I can look into the flash light part with out hurting my eyes,no direction just the light in plastic.I tryturning it on and the light only stays on 10 secs.no way how to turn red lights on I'm plade I try it before i want out and had bad trouble,very very upset with your so call light
December 1, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Dissappointed Great customer service
Purchased four FRED lights at least a year ago because I liked the concept and features. Had frustration with lights draining batteries when not in use and contacted Wagan here. They explained the issue with a certain batch of lights and sent four replacements immediately. The new ones have an improved activation button and I'm told there are no battery drain issues. Thanks again Justin for the fast service.
September 16, 2015