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  • Samui Ecoblast Sport Horn
  • Samui Ecoblast Sport Horn

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No chemicals! No batteries! Just NOISE! The Ecoblast runs on compressed air (obtained via a hand pump) making this the most efficient and economical marine safety or starting device currently available.
Powerful 115db sound with built in volume control - Recharge quickly & easily with air from most bike pumps or compressors - Produces up to 70 blasts per recharge - Take it anywhere and it floats - it's super light at only 100grams!
• Reliable way to stat a race or stop a game. Works in all weather, in any position. • Safe way to cheer on your team or celebrate a win. No dangerous chemicals or vapours. • Economical and ecological air horn for your boat. Use it again and again and never run out of noise. • Meets U.S.C.G. regulations - always carry a fog signaling device in case of engine failure.
Note - Does not come with pump.
Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Забавная штука Очень громко дудит, аж уши режет ))) Когда в первый раз включил, доволен был как слон. Домашние животные в панике щемятся по углам. Толпу пешеходов будет разгонять на ура! Легкая, довольно качественная, красиво сделан рупор. Единственный минус, что быстро сдувается. Хватает на 4-5 сигналов по 1 секунде. Но может так и должно быть, бутылка то не большая. Вобщем нужно с собой возить насос. Зато есть регулятор громкости, если сделать потише, хватать будет на дольше. 07 March 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Ништяк-гудок! Гудит громко, не накачивается обычным вело насосом (я пользовался автомобильным ножным), есть регулировка громкости гудка, вставляется во флягодержатель (флягу - в рюкзак?) По городу покататься-поугарать за глаза. 10 December 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by NOT for serious riding... this is a 'plastic-fantastic' product - only the air valve is brass; all the other parts are very plastic & really this is not a serious bit of kit like it pretends to be. The main problem is that you cannot pump it up with a standard, press-on, shraeder tyre pump - you need a high-pressure (fork) pump with a shraeder, screw-on attachment. If you use a press-on pump to refill, the entire hose pulls out before you can remove the pump & this causes it to split & so all the air leaks out...But even without the leaks inevitable with plastic parts, the canister only holds enough air for several loud blows - so if you intend riding everyday in traffic with this thing, expect to be busy with the pump... 28 May 2011
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