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  • Refills with any bike pump--no batteries or cartridges required
  • Super loud--up to 115 dB
  • Volume control
  • Lifetime warranty on manufacturing defects
  • Air horn clamps to your bike's handlebar
  • Colors may vary
  • No batteries or cartridges required
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Product Description

Product Description

The world's loudest bike air horn. Clamp for mounting on any handlebar and refills with any bike pump.

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Let cars know you're coming with the Delta Airzound bike horn, which clamps easily to any handlebar. It's super loud, blasting out a warning at 115 dB, and it features a volume control. It requires no batteries or cartridges--simply fill the ultra-light air reservoir with any bike pump.

About Delta Cycle
For more than 20 years, Delta Cycle has created useful cycling products with a mission to make an innovative difference. The company works hard to make their products better and deliver superior value. Delta Cycle offers only a small, concentrated product line that represents the best there is in each category.

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From the Manufacturer

Delta Cycle Airzound

Super loud! 115 db

Unordinary Gear for the Practical Cyclist

For more than 20 years, Delta Cycle has designed elegant cycling accessories and storage solutions to complement a multitude of spaces and lifestyles.

Delta Airzound Bike Horn

AirZound recharges with your bike pump

One loud blast and you will not be ignored. Installs in minutes with an easy-to-reach trigger placement, right next to gearshift lever. Lightweight reservoir refills with any bike pump, requiring no batteries or cartridges.

  • Fits 22-26 mm handlebars
  • Weight: 227 g

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 4.9 x 2.8 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: Canada
  • ASIN: B000ACAMJC
  • Item model number: AH1000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (588 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

Very loud, easy to install, and VERY loud.
M. Galbreath
I wish the mounting system was a little better as it's a bit tough to reach on a mountain/hybrid bike with grip shifters but on a road bike there wouldn't be an issue.
Ari
They're loud enough to get attention of someone in a vehicle.
GREGORY C SINGLETON

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240 of 243 people found the following review helpful By Kuyper on September 8, 2005
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This is a fantastic product. Fits in minutes and the trigger (that's really the best word for it!) is in easy reach next to my gearshift lever. It's also dayglo orange, so easy to find in a hurry if you need to look down to locate it (though you should really be concentrating on braking and steering during a crisis :) )

I commute by bicycle daily and got sick and tired of idiots in cars and trucks pulling wild maneuvers in front of me. I've only had this for 2 days and already avoided a couple of near misses (turned them into wide misses) with it. When cranked to full volume it *really* gets drivers' attention - even with their windows wound up and Eminem rattling their mirrors!

Way more effective than my little ding-ding bell!

I've currently got it fitted into my 2nd bottle cage, but I think I may switch to the supplied velcro/zip tie arrangement so that I can strap it to my top-tube and regain my 2nd bottle cage for longer rides or a headlight battery.

4 stars 'cos I can't yet vouch for its longevity - we'll see how it stands up to a Seattle Winter! :)

[edit 2012-08]
Well, it gets that 5th star back for sure. 7 years and still kicking. It's been through a few accidents (one of which gifted me a titanium plate and 7 screws) and it's still going strong, loud and clear. The "clip/bracket" broke at some time, but it's still operational, wedged in between a few other gadgets on my bar.
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157 of 161 people found the following review helpful By F. Hussain on May 23, 2009
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120 of 122 people found the following review helpful By B. Goldstein on September 8, 2005
I second everything Kuyper wrote in his review, and am giving this product the extra star he left out because I've had my horn for almost 5 years and its still going strong (and loud). I've been pleasantly surprised that this lightweight tubing and plastic canister can hold close to 100psi for a very long time without leaking.
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93 of 97 people found the following review helpful By E. Heller on October 5, 2005
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What a fantastic product! Its small, lightweight, and loud. When it runs out of air, a few pumps with my bike pump and its ready to go. It was easy to install and took no more room than a standard water bottle. The horn is inconspicuous on my handlebars but is exactly what I need to get the attention of the driver pulling into my lane with their windows closed and radio blaring.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By G. Powell on November 22, 2005
Well it got its first use on my way home from the store. A huge truck pulled right into the cross walk and stopped. One loud blast and the driver moved his rig! Totally worth it.

Now that's on my bike I have a tendency to be a little less forgiving to drivers. That guy who pulled out in front of me, ok, I'm not going that fast and he made it, but it was rude of him, so two light taps and he slowed down and drove sort of sheepishly. I think that he knew that pulling out wasn't the right thing to do...

There is a volume control and I have it set pretty loud for autos as you can't really adjust it while riding and pay attention to the road. Ped's still get a "hey buddy!", as my voice is still working fine.

I'm using the velcro attachment as my bike has only one water bottle cage and it works fine. The hose is plenty long enough to mount it wherever you want it.

Not having to buy refills is really nice, its light. easy on and off for commuting storage.
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74 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Jack M. on March 2, 2006
This product is terrific, and is vitally needed by the serious MATURE (by disposition) commuter/utility/recreational cyclist in traffic. It's amazing how drivers, even well-intentioned ones, will either fail to see a bicyclist, or WILL see, actually smile a warm smile, then think, "Good! nothing's coming," .... and pull out from a stop-sign, a T-intersection stop, a right-on-red, or will make a left directly into my path ... as I'm clipping along at 16 or 28 mph. Ditto, drivers will parallel park on Main Street to shop, and eagerly open the driver's door, AFTER quickly checking the mirror (maybe expecting me to veer out into car traffic?).

Air zound can TRULY SAVE A LIFE, when a driver, cocooned behind glass and steel, is oblivious to surroundings, illegally using the cellphone underway, or blaring the stereo. This can remind a driver (as someone astutely said earlier), by way of a brief JUDICIOUS reminder-tap, that bicycles are vehicles too, and cyclists, people too. For some short time, they may be kinder/gentler more ALERT drivers.

A passing car full of laughing teen boys, buzzing me way too close, just for "kicks," got a SOUND LESSON the second time (their windows were down), as they jumped in their skins, turned pale, and ceased laughing. But caution please...

Don't put this gizmo at the disposal of an immature person. Those who get a high out of scaring pedestrians, where a friendly heads-up greeting would do fine, or into terrifying anyone not threatening their safety, should not have this LOUD aid for their mischief. Frivolous misuse (ABuse) of a 90 decibel device, is antisocial and illegal, and works AGAINST us bicyclists.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Willie Herath on August 28, 2007
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I read some of the other reviews and someone said that they had to remove their handle bars to install the Airzound. This is not true. It has a little screw that can be loosened and the bracket opens like PacMan.

The horn is ear piercing loud!!!!!!!!! And it can be recharged with any bike or gas station pump. Every car on the road knows I'm there when I use it. The only draw back is that my ears ring for a few seconds after I blast the horn. Oh well! That's a great problem to have!

I would recomend it to anyone!!!
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