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Hornit Cycle Horn

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  • At 140 decibels, the Hornit is the loudest bicycle horn ever.
  • Designed to fit any handlebar: road bike, mountain bike or hybrid.
  • Sounding the Hornit will definitely alert other road users about to cut dangerously into your path.
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Hornit Cycle Horn

At 140 decibels, the Hornit is the loudest cycle horn ever.

While bells are probably still best for shared walking/cycle paths, they're usually too quiet to be heard on roads over traffic noise.

Sounding the Hornit will definitely alert other road users about to cut dangerously into your path.

  • Designed to fit any handlebar: road bike, mountain bike or hybrid.
  • Remote push-button operation.
  • You can mount the comfortable silicone button close to the levers so you can brake and sound the Hornit simultaneously.
  • The Hornet sounds like an electronic car alarm - you notice it but it sounds less aggressive than a car-style horn. Or shouting.
  • When riding a cyclepath you can switch the Hornit to 'Park Mode'.
  • 'Park Mode' emits a quieter 130 decibel beep.
  • However, if you ever feel threatened on a path, sounding the horn at full volume may well deter an aggressive person (or dog).
  • Battery operated.
  • Expected run time: 6-12 months from 2 x AAA batteries.
  • Compact bike light size - the horn measures 97 x 48 x 36mm.
  • The Hornit attaches to a bar mounted bracket - just like most bike lights.
  • Spare brackets are available to make it easy to switch the Hornit between bikes.
  • Total system weight: 96g.

'It’s billed by its makers as the world’s loudest and we aren’t going to argue with them...we're in no doubt of the Hornit's effectiveness on traffic-packed roads.'
bikeRadar.com.

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Buy a Hornit better designed (in Britain) bicycle horn at Edinburgh Bicycle Co-op online or instore. Free UK delivery on orders over £20.

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Leeds
But this is loud! I've been using it for the last few rides and it certainly gets attention! Pedestrians don't always realise I'm on a bike so I usually give them a wave of thanks as they bounce out of my way. If you want increased safety get one of these, but be aware you'll frighten the neighbours!
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Q. How does the park mode work?
A. It is basically a button which switches it to a quieter beep when you are on cycle paths etc so as not to startle walkers etc.

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