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Delta Cycle Delta Airzound Bike Horn , colors may vary
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- No batteries or cartridges required
- Volume control switch
- Clamp for mounting on 22 - 26mm handlebar
- Refills with any bike pump
- Refills with any bike pump--no batteries or cartridges required
- Super loud--up to 115 dB
- Volume control
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From the manufacturer
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
|Department||ADULTS, UNISEX-ADULT, MENS|
|Package Height||2.99 x 3.86 x 11.34 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.53 pounds|
The world's loudest bike air horn. Clamp for mounting on any handlebar and refills with any bike pump.
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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The problem comes with the installation. The bracket is virtually useless, and if you try using it as intended, it will not work, because if you push the button to sound the horn, the bracket may fail, sending the whole horn assembly flying off the handlebars and potentially into your wheel just at the very time when you need control most desperately. This happened to me twice, so I came up with an alternative solution, in that I simply threw away the white bracket that is supposed to attach the horn to the handlebars, and instead I zip-tied the assembly to the handlebars - that way it stays on.
The manufacturer really needs to take the design of the horn attachment back to the drawing board and figure out something that works.
I have a bell for a polite warning to pedestrians. Put even most have headphones and need a louder warning. A light quick press and you can get polite yet loud sound. As for cars that might be pulling out or cars going into the bicycle lane....A MUST. The other day I was in the bike lane. A car was going to pull out and could see he didn't see me. Have the horn a solid press that startled the driver so much he started honking back. Probably pissed them off. However it all depends how much you press it. Also needed when a guy with leaf blower was basically twirling around like a ballarina nearly hit meet...BEEP! He heard me even with ear muffs and 2 stroke engine.
It's surprisingly lightweight and easy to detach from its mount for when not in use or refiling. My only complaint is that its difficult to properly refill because the valve is also the purge button, so while your fumbling with the compression nozzle its intermittently blaring scaring me because I forget, so I press the bell against my stomach while refiling to prevent my ears bleeding. Wish it would hold more air/psi it seems to lose its "umph" after a few good raids.
Overall its fun to play with, everybody thinks its funny, but I've used it on the streets and it works as designed... "LOOK AT ME!!!"
Would buy again.
1. Do not take it out of the box, instead, go to the back panel of the box and make sure you read the installation instructions (Apparently many buyers did not). After reading, you can take it out of the box.
2. The horn has a little valve below the curve that fit the clamp. You will see the handle with the shape of an arrow. There are plus and minus marks, twist the handle toward the minus mark to avoid triggering accidentally, so you do not blast your ears away your head. Pressing down on the cover of the Schraeder valve will trigger the horn. DO NOT TOUCH IT BEFORE CLOSING THE BYPASS VALVE.
3. Cut off the tiny chain like tie rack that ties the clamp and the horn, because you will not need it. It function was to make sure that the clamp and the horn arrive together.
4. The clamp is flexible enough to fit most handlebar, take it and try it in the position you would like to place it. This is the time to shim or not to shim; there you have one thin and one thick to choose from. Do it now, no later.
5. With a Phillips screwdriver tight the screw of the clamp, but not entirely, leave it loose, so you can move it alongside the handlebar, to pick the position that best suit your taste.
6. By this time if you have your head in the task at hand you had notice that the clamp have a tab, which go inside the slot of the horn assembly, place it inside, hold the clamp with one hand and with the other hand, squeeze the assembly forward in the manner you would crush a half of an orange, to slide it in. Both the assembly and the clamp have some others tabs that when gets in the right place will produce a snap sound, not click as the instructions says. You should hear two if you only hear one keep squeezing, there is no way that the clamp can get broken, and them there you have, your Airzound installed, without broken clamp. Happy blasting!
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