Buztronics Signal Pod Wireless Rear Turn Signal
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- Buztronics Signal Pod Wireless Rear Turn Signal
- Model: 151718
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Increase your visibility and reduce your chances of mishaps or accidents by using the Wireless Turn and Hazard/Safety Signaling System. This sophisticated wireless turn signal unit attaches to your rear seat post and the push button controller attaches to the handlebars for easy accessibility. Ultra bright LED signal and audible beeping sound alerts other bikers and motorist of your intentions in advance. Easy to mount and dismount the durable plastic housing is water resistant and includes a replaceable CR2032 battery in the remote and requires 3 AAA replaceable batteries in the pod. The Signaling System features both left and right turn signals as well as a hazard/safety mode that are suitable for both day and night riding. All mounting hardware included.
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An improvement in the product would be to have an external opening for the beeper witch doubles the audible signal; this is easy for a user to correct.
I ordered two signals; one came with a cold solder droplet fusing the on/off button so that it was always on. A few minutes to open the case and push the fusing solder droplet free of the wire solder connection points fixed it.
One thing to be aware of is that if you are riding in a pack and two or more in the pack has these, each rider must turn on and activate any signal direction to latch the transmitter and signal one at a time. The signal latches to the first unlatched control that is activated once it is turned on; so each person in the pack needs to turn on and latch in sequence.
The other improvement that would be nice is if the light battery cover did not require a small phillips screw driver to change the three AAA batteries. I changed these to thumb screws similar to what you see on computer connection cables; otherwise one may need to add a small philips screw driver to the bicycle tool kit.
Even with the few minor irritations setting these up to my standards, I am giving these signals 5 stars for being exactly what I was looking for in a signaling device; the best I have been able to find anywhere.
Am tempted to get a second set, and see if one controller can control two units so I can have front signals as well.
1st: It feels very very cheap. The plastic they used looks fragile and not sturdy enough. It looks like it will break if it sustains a shock.
2nd: I saw that complaint in a few of the reviews. When I bike, sometimes when I press the button, it doesn't work. Or it is flashing and tried to turn it off but it keeps on flashing. So I have to turn it off using the on/off button.
3rd: The turn signal is a bit wobbly!
4th: It ended to be very expensive!
COD charges: 16
Total: $70.97 <----
You can get 2 of these and they will both work from the same remote (on a kid trailer for example)
I still will recommend tm as they do work well except for this one glitch.