The loudest bicycle bell in the world: AirZound pneumatic horn
The bike is probably the quietest vehicle you can imagine for getting around. That's nice. But sometimes cyclists also have to make their voice heard. There is the AIRZOUND. With the handy pneumatic horn you can generate up to 115 dB. This corresponds to the noise of a jackhammer - there awakens each Brummi driver.
Get the Airzound XL air horn to your ears
The AIRZOUND is easy to fill with an air pump. The horn, which weighs only 100 g, allows up to 90 hits, adjustable from 30 dB to those extremely loud 115 dB. The AIRZOUND consists of a Hupkörper, which is attached to the handlebar, and a 400 ml plastic bottle as a compressed air tank. This easily fits in the bottle holder or can be attached to the frame with a Velcro strap. The compressed air cylinder is filled with a car valve air pump (not included in delivery) or by compressor up to a maximum of 5.5 bar. The valve is located under the release lever, which you simply fold away to the rear. Even if the AIRZOUND does not replace a light-emitting bell in the sense of the StVZO, it is very popular with cyclists on a big tour, who also want to gain a long-term hearing in distant countries.
Compressed air bursts adjustable from 30 to 115dB
up to 90 blows with a compressed air filling
400ml compressed air tank
Can be filled with a conventional air pump or compressor (up to a maximum of 5.5 bar)
only 100g heavy
1x AirZound XL pneumatic horn
including handlebar attachment
including pressure vessel attachment
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