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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-23-2009, 07:44 PM Thread Starter
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Indicator-Buzzers that WORK!

This is a small business in the UK that hand makes these great products that really work! Their cost is low, shipping is low, and service is fast. I have the turn signal buzzer, cost me about $18.00 with shipping. It's professionally made, easy to install and works great. A new modification for it will silence the buzzer when the brake is applied so you can sit at a light in silence but when you start out the buzzer reminds you the signal is on.

I know you can just turn it off, but how many times have you forgotten? We all do. This will cure that.

You can buy the parts yourself, but this is all assembled, professionally soldered, shrink wrapped and ready to go.

Check out their page: www.indicator-buzzers.co.uk

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That looks like a terrific idea. How loud are they, though. I would think a fair Ticking sound would suffice.

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I have Jardine Rumblers and I can hear them just fine. The modification to silence them with the brake on is great at a stop light. Well worth the cost in my opinion.

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