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Bike Speakers £5.00 @ Halfords

£5.00 @ Halfords
BIKE SPEAKERS - BLACK Listen to your tunes as your ride with the Bike Speakers - Black . Quick and easy to attach to your bikes handlebars it's a handy way of listening to music without the need fo…
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BIKE SPEAKERS - BLACK

Listen to your tunes as your ride with the Bike Speakers - Black . Quick and easy to attach to your bikes handlebars it's a handy way of listening to music without the need for those pesky headphones.

BIKE SPEAKERS - BLACK EXTRA INFO

Play your favourite tunes as you ride
Easy on/off mounting - requires no screws
Storage compartment perfect for your keys, money, phone etc
3 x AAA batteries included
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#1
Thanks for your deal. I've added the merchant and image for you :)
#2
i have one of those, absolutely terrible, so quiet its pointless. The buttons on the top are not buttons its just a picture. very very cold from me sorry.
1 Like #3
i dont do cycling but still i find it for peanuts
someone may find it helpful
#4
Nice for the price! I've just bought my 1st (very cheap!) bike and never ridden for many years. I'm sure this would be a wired one and would like a bluetooth equivalent but no idea if that is mega-money...........LOL probably more expensive that the bike itself!!!!!
#5
mazzer08
i have one of those, absolutely terrible, so quiet its pointless. The buttons on the top are not buttons its just a picture. very very cold from me sorry.

Oh - that is a good warning - thanks!
#7
Are these really that bad? I usually use sennheiser hd 25 sp's for my bike journey, at least I've only reserved and not paid.
#8
jools19
Are these really that bad? I usually use sennheiser hd 25 sp's for my bike journey, at least I've only reserved and not paid.

Yes they are bad, it maybe just five quid but save it and buy better.
1 Like #9
jools19
Are these really that bad? I usually use sennheiser hd 25 sp's for my bike journey, at least I've only reserved and not paid.

You use the sennheisers for your ears, but what do you use as a blindfold?
#10
Does the battery last as long as said in the description? I've bought similar things in the past & battery don't even last an hour.
#11
89quidyoucantgowrong
jools19
Are these really that bad? I usually use sennheiser hd 25 sp's for my bike journey, at least I've only reserved and not paid.

You use the sennheisers for your ears, but what do you use as a blindfold?
a gimp mask
#12
I find the ball jars on the teeth on bumpy roads somewhat.
#13
I cant remember how long they last but they did last for a 3 hour journey but i never used it again, if you have any traffic near you, you wouldnt be able to hear it, If you travel fast then wind noise in your ears will block off the sound too.

The back (or bottom) is curved so it would not sit correctly on my bike, for it to sit good your stem will need to be steep. if you look at the pic then you will see what i mean.
1 Like #15
30 years ago I tied a radio to my bike for the daily 20 mile roundtrip commute. Thought I was dead posh like.

Anyone who cycles and uses headphones is a ret*rd.

Edited By: simont_space on Nov 30, 2014 22:12
#16
I would have used these in the 1970's
2 Likes #17
Tanweeralqarni
I would have used these in the 1970's

Boring factoid but I doubt you could have - the first Walkman was only released in Japan in July 1979 and stocks didn't reach the UK until 1980. Unless you had plugged it into your battery-powered radiogram - lol :p


Edited By: ianidall on Nov 30, 2014 22:36
1 Like #19
Lol I remember when I was a kid I had a cassette player mounted to my handlebars
#20
barrel24
Lol I remember when I was a kid I had a cassette player mounted to my handlebars

When Deeky was a kid he had sticks attached to the large wheel that hit bells that made the music - no need for speakers/headphones (they weren't even invented then)
1 Like #21
philphil61
barrel24
Lol I remember when I was a kid I had a cassette player mounted to my handlebars

When Deeky was a kid he had sticks attached to the large wheel that hit bells that made the music - no need for speakers/headphones (they weren't even invented then)

I didn't even know the wheel was invented then lol
1 Like #22
ianidall
Tanweeralqarni
I would have used these in the 1970's

Boring factoid but I doubt you could have - the first Walkman was only released in Japan in July 1979 and stocks didn't reach the UK until 1980. Unless you had plugged it into your battery-powered radiogram - lol :p

Should have said 1980's then:|
1 Like #23
I use a single earbud and a DAB radio/mp3 player in my pocket. Does the job and I can hear the traffic. Scansound.com do a great range with both stereo channels into the single earphone.
#24
ianidall
Nice for the price! I've just bought my 1st (very cheap!) bike and never ridden for many years. I'm sure this would be a wired one and would like a bluetooth equivalent but no idea if that is mega-money...........LOL probably more expensive that the bike itself!!!!!


Try something like this with a couple of zip ties. Whack a plastic bag on it for rainy days... http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dbest-solo-bluetooth-rechargeable-mini-speaker-white-memorybits-7-49-2072314

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