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Topic: what bell do you use?

Posted on: 30th Oct 2012 3:37 PM    Quote and Reply


confirm people sure siam me one!

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Posted on: 30th Oct 2012 4:50 PM    Quote and Reply


[QUOTE]Formerly posted by scottscale_20: http://www.thehornit.com/
i use this on my pivot

wow, this i like... but 35gbp is like 69sgd !!



bell in daiso only cost rm2.00...

but i like the rolling bell type... cringcring...cringcring... my old one all broken liao so no photos of those...


so, I'm an unimaginative uncivilised shit-stirring cheap-skate old bag from the jungle who can't spell, and proud of it. any problem with that? >;-|
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Posted on: 30th Oct 2012 5:31 PM    Quote and Reply


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"Formerly posted by Kong: [QUOTE]Formerly posted by scottscale_20: http://www.thehornit.com/
i use this on my pivot

wow, this i like... but 35gbp is like 69sgd !!



bell in daiso only cost rm2.00...

but i like the rolling bell type... cringcring...cringcring... my old one all broken liao so no photos of those..."




Bro kong i got it for $65...very loud! got two different tones...will irritate drivers and pedestrains all the way :P 
my fiance's bike got ur rrriinng rriing bell type

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Posted on: 30th Oct 2012 6:41 PM    Quote and Reply


Formerly posted by scottscale_20:Bro kong i got it for $65...very loud! got two different tones...will irritate drivers and pedestrains all the way


yeah but it's more than 80g with batteries. walao that's heavier than my saddle!



so, I'm an unimaginative uncivilised shit-stirring cheap-skate old bag from the jungle who can't spell, and proud of it. any problem with that? >;-|
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Posted on: 31st Oct 2012 9:25 AM    Quote and Reply


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Formerly posted by scottscale_20:Bro kong i got it for $65...very loud! got two different tones...will irritate drivers and pedestrains all the way


yeah but it's more than 80g with batteries. walao that's heavier than my saddle!


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Wow what lite saddle u using?
80g is negligeble to me mah...my saddle 155g

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Posted on: 31st Oct 2012 10:31 PM    Quote and Reply




For a bike to ask cars to get out of the way sounds like a cool idea. 

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Posted on: 31st Oct 2012 10:42 PM    Quote and Reply


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i use this on my pivot "


I cannot believe this thread is still going strong,however that hornit thing looked awesome until I heard it...sounds like a cranky cricket! If it was like a really loud pit bull bark, or a banshee scream it would be well worth the money, but it is far too polite to be fun. Functional, yes, but not nearly as fun....as say a really loud Mr T scream 'look out fool!' 

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Posted on: 31st Oct 2012 10:46 PM    Quote and Reply


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"Formerly posted by scottscale_20: http://www.thehornit.com/
i use this on my pivot "


I cannot believe this thread is still going strong,however that hornit thing looked awesome until I heard it...sounds like a cranky cricket! If it was like a really loud pit bull bark, or a banshee scream it would be well worth the money, but it is far too polite to be fun. Functional, yes, but not nearly as fun....as say a really loud Mr T scream 'look out fool!' "



LOL, that would require some good voice recording and 'zheing' the hornit  

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Posted on: 13th Dec 2012 12:21 AM    Quote and Reply


so the hornit gd or bad? local where can buy?

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Posted on: 23rd Dec 2012 8:24 PM    Quote and Reply


Tink! Tink! Nice bell and nice metal spring for the bell. Curves. One piece design.

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