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Generic Air Zound Rechargeable Horn

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Multi-coloured
  • Volume control switch
  • The horn clamps onto handlebars
  • Refills with any bike pump
  • No batteries or cartridges required
  • Horn grey with white bracket and bottle clear with black pad

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  • ASIN: B00JQN1ED4
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 16 April 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
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Generic AirZound bike horn emits a 115 decibel blast that will let even the most inattentive driver know you're out there. The horn is handlebar mounted, and the air reservoir is attached to your water bottle cage. Each refill lasts for approximately fifty blasts. Pulling the red lever produces anything from a 115dB blast to a moderate 30dB toot. You can adjust the volume very easily with the red valve. A thin 75cm long, flexible tubing connects the air horn to a 500ml Polyethylene bottle which tucks into the water bottle cage on your bike frame or which can be fastened directly to the frame with Velcro fasteners. The pressure vessel is easily recharged with any auto-valve air pump or compressor up to maximum 5 bar.

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1 x Rechargeable Air Horn

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4.3 out of 5 stars

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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Mr. K. S. Gordon on 1 Nov 2008
Colour Name: Multi-colouredSize Name: N/A
AirZound 2 Rechargable Cycle Horn

If you're a cyclist looking for a horn that connects nicely to your handle bar, is loud enough to hear for both pedestrians and motorist alike, then the AirZound 2 Rechargable Cycle Horn is the one!

When fully charged, this little monster can blast around 120dbs of (what sounds like) sound from a fast approaching vehicle - enough to make any grown man shudder, and then swear after you with the sudden realisation that you're `that cyclist' a few yards down the road he stepped out in front of (or he's yet another pedestrian on his mobile who fails to look before crossing the road)!

An ordinary pump just won't do for this baby. If you want to make the best of the AirZound 2, you'll need a high pressured cycle `Shock' absorber pump [it's small, portable and costs around £34.00 - but worth every penny]. It has a standard car valve connection - the same as the AirZound 2. Although the AirZound 2 instructions recommend the maximum air input as 80psi, during winter months you can actually go up to 120psi. This is at your own risk! And I would strongly recommend you don't go there during hot summer days, as warm air expands and your AirZound 2 will pop as it exceeds the bottles ultimate pressure, thereafter being rendered useless!

AirZound 2 Good Points:

' The actual `horn' is small and unobtrusive.
' You can regulate the sound volume (high/low) by simply turning a small red knob located on the horn's side.
' You can replenish the superior sound quality with regular air via a cycle pump (though would recommend a high pressured `Shock' pump).
' The sound (when the volume regulator is on high) is louder than some car horns!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By IAIN HANNAH on 8 Dec 2012
Colour Name: Multi-colouredSize Name: N/A Verified Purchase
Reservoir bottle fits securely to bike frame - I've set mine inside a bottle cage, but you could fit on most parts of the frame using the provided zip ties.
Tubing was more than adequate for my size of frame 18'' MTB - I routed in parallel with my rear derailleur cable.
Biggest problem for me was getting a good location for the lever on the handlebars, as you want it somewhere accessible without having to lift your hands off the grips, but also need to avoid fouling gear and brake levers - this is a little tricky as the lever and attached horn is quite large and an awkward shape - the mount is such that it can only be slid on to the handlebars so you will need to remove grips and potentially gear clamps and brake clamps to get it in the position you want.
The horn itself has an adjustment valve to adjust the noise level that it produces - essential as this horn is seriously loud and at the fully open setting on the valve is painfully loud.
In use the horn is excellent - certainly effective as an alert to other road users at junctions etc. and I have found mine a real enhancement to my bike safety. Reservoir can be easily refilled using a bike pump - you really need one with a pressure gauge to avoid over-filling the reservoir bottle and you can't really guesstimate this by pushing on the bottle like you would a tyre - so if you don't have a pump with a pressure gauge you should factor in purchasing one to the total cost of buying this kit.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. P. Ash on 9 Mar 2010
Colour Name: Multi-colouredSize Name: N/A
"LOUD!!!" is one word to describe it.
It's saved my skin on a couple of occasions already, mainly from cars and lorries pulling out from side roads; it certainly makes them stop.
So in my book it's worth it's weight in gold.
But the plastic where the horn clips onto the handlbars broke after just 1 month (perhaps it ws just my bad luck), which is a shame.
I still like it, and i think I'll just attach it with a jubilee clips or something similar.

(added this section later on)
There seems to be a common problem with the airzound and the valve failing, either they won't fill up at all or they they don't hold the air for long.
There are some quick fixes which the manufacturer suggest but mine died and I'd only used it for 4 or 5 months. I'm hoping the airzound 3 is an improvement.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Simon Archer on 19 Mar 2013
Colour Name: Multi-colouredSize Name: N/A Verified Purchase
Cycling has never been so much fun!

I have used this product on several occasions and have scared people witless. An arrogant and spotty little teenager, wearing his headphones stepped out in front of me the other day. He was full of bravado and arrogance, which was made clear by the way he was walking. To compound his arrogance he was playing up to a group of teenage girls. There is no doubt he had seen me and thought he would show off to his female friends by making me swerve to avoid him. Of course, It would have been a bonus to them all if I had fallen from my bicycle. As he stepped into the road I anticipated his intentions and Gave him a long blast of Airzound. Whaaaaaaaarph. The teenager suddenly realised his mistake and must have though that my bike was in fact a truck. He went reeling backwards onto the pavement with his arms and legs flailing, his girlfiends jumped and screamed at the noise. The teenager tripped on the kerb (or was it his his underslung trousers) and fell on his backside. Pulling his headphones from his ears, I rode past and said "It's a lovely day for it, dont you think"? The poor lad was too shocked and embarrased to respond with any verbal retaliation. Top item for any cyclist!
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