Review of Leadleds 12V LED Scrolling Message Display

This is a review of the Leadleds 12V LED Scrolling Message Display


The Leadleds 12V car message display measures 22.9 cm width and 5.1 cm tall. The message display fills the entire of the screen which sometimes isn’t the case with message displays. It comes with an array of different setting choices, nine levels of brightness, 9 speeds of scrolling and even seven different moving actions.

Leadled message display


To program requires you to use the small remote control provided. It is a very little remote with few buttons. Programming in a message it quite time consuming especially if you need  a letter in the middle of the alphabet as you need to swipe through each letter until you get to it then you need to press another button the store and move onto the next letter.

The display attaches to your window using a suction cap that allows you to attach to the back window easily, surprisingly these a fairly robust and can be attached to other smooth surfaces as well. There is just over three and a half metres length cord for you to attach it from the cigarette lighter to the back window, not the longest but is plenty, you will just need to place it carefully.

Leadleds message display suction pads


Pros & Cons

  • 9 levels of brightness
  • 9 speeds of scrolling
  • Able to program 9 messages
  • Can program messages in different languages
  • Large print
  • The whole screen scrolls
  • Choice of three writing colours
  • Short remote control range
  • Difficult to programme
  • Not next day delivery

Conclusion & where to buy

This is a car rolling message display screen with a lot of different features you will just need to give this time to set up your 9 messages at home ready to use in the car.

Leadleds 12V Car Message Sign Scrolling Display Board LED Programmable with Remote Blue

as of April 24, 2024 4:54 am

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22.9 x 1 x 5.1 cm


Martin Shaw
Martin Shaw

Martin is an automotive enthusiast with a deep passion for all things cars. He has spent the last decade immersing himself in the industry, reading up on the latest models, attending car shows, and tinkering with his own vehicles. Loves: family, all things cars (apart from selling them), pizza.

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