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Multicoloured LED gear knob £9.99

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9y, 10m agoFound 9 years, 10 months ago
Multicoloured LED gear knob - Product code: 3955

For all you boy (and girl!) racers out there this is a must have accessory. Add a touch of shiny flashing bling to the interior of your car by simply unscrewing your current gear knob and replacing it with this go faster chrome effect gear knob with multi-coloured flashing LED lights which are surprisingly bright even in the daytime!

Price inc VAT: £9.99
Royal Mail 3 - 5 days £3.30 Available for all shipments under 2kg.
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#1
chavtastic :)
#2
based on a friend's experience, be aware that if you make any modifications to your car (even something small like a new gearknob or aftermarket alloy wheels), you have to tell your insurance company or they can (and do) refuse to pay out in the event of a claim...
banned#3
http://www.alt-gifts.com/assets/images/product/large/3955.jpg
#4
gobofraggle
based on a friend's experience, be aware that if you make any modifications to your car (even something small like a new gearknob or aftermarket alloy wheels), you have to tell your insurance company or they can (and do) refuse to pay out in the event of a claim...


What?....even for a flashing knob??:o
#5
pedroman
What?....even for a flashing knob??:o


Especially a flashing knob ! ! ! :w00t: :giggle: :oops:
#6
Buy this, add it to your car and it will certainly be the second knob to be in the car!

Please please please don't by this, it's almost as bad as having ****** (washer) lights.....
#7
[SIZE=2]...this would go nicely with Burberry upholstered seat covers!!![/SIZE]
banned#8
Amazing what you post pictures of on the internet without realising, isn't it?
#9
I didn't realise that the etiquette of HD is to vote a deal cold simply because you personally don't like or want to buy whatever the deal item is - Takes all sorts, as the saying goes! :roll:
#10
Sorry, but in my opinion I would feel overcharged if I paid 1p for this item....so couldn't class it as a good deal!

If I posted this deal, I'd be quite proud it it was voted the coldest deal ever...please don't take offense, but this item is so hideous and chavvy its quite brightened up my morning thinking about it (and who would actually buy it)!
#11
gobofraggle
based on a friend's experience, be aware that if you make any modifications to your car (even something small like a new gearknob or aftermarket alloy wheels), you have to tell your insurance company or they can (and do) refuse to pay out in the event of a claim...

Taking it a bit far don't you think :)

True with alloys, performance modifications etc but they would have a hard time not paying out because of a gear knob.
#12
Mada06
Taking it a bit far don't you think :)

True with allows, performance modifications but they would have a hard time not paying out because of a gear knob.



seems extreme, I know, and may not be true for every insurance company - it isn't just about performance modifications - it's about anything which can make your car stand out/attract attention - I'm not saying it makes sense, I'm just saying check the wording of your insurance - a friend made a purely cosmetic change to the interior of his car for a small amount of money (Halfords junk) and because he hadn't told his insurance company that it was modified from its original specification, they seemed to conclude that he had made it more likely to be broken into.........
I know that when I last renewed my insurance, they made a point of asking if it had been modified from original spec and they did differentiate between the standard alloy wheels which come with a car (which I have, and are fine) and alloy wheels you buy and put on afterwards yourself (which would've led to a bigger premium)... tinted windows, replacement steering wheels and any other 'Fast and the Furious' [email protected] can lead to the same problem...
#13
theyiddo
Sorry, but in my opinion I would feel overcharged if I paid 1p for this item....so couldn't class it as a good deal!

If I posted this deal, I'd be quite proud it it was voted the coldest deal ever...please don't take offense, but this item is so hideous and chavvy its quite brightened up my morning thinking about it (and who would actually buy it)!


But thats not for you to decide is it? I agree, not something I would buy myself but then again others will. Surely the idea of this forum is to list deals for others so they can decide themselves if they wish to buy the product. Of all the deals listed on HDUK, i'm sure very few of them you would be interested in anyway.
#14
based on a friend's experience, be aware that if you make any modifications to your car (even something small like a new gearknob or aftermarket alloy wheels), you have to tell your insurance company or they can (and do) refuse to pay out in the event of a claim...


Not for a Gear Knob you pleb....:lol:
banned 1 Like #15
JDeal
http://www.alt-gifts.com/assets/images/product/large/3955.jpg


WOW, that knob will look well wicked in my mean machine.

http://chavscum.co.uk/4images/data/media/17/Chavs-Inependant.jpg
#16
Mada06
But thats not for you to decide is it? I agree, not something I would buy myself but then again others will. Surely the idea of this forum is to list deals for others so they can decide themselves if they wish to buy the product. Of all the deals listed on HDUK, i'm sure very few of them you would be interested in anyway.


It is for me to decide whether I consider this a good deal or not...which is surely the purpose of this forum! I've not told anyone else that they have to agree with me, have I????
#17
Would this be a good look for my Volvo?:whistling:
#18
only ricers use this kind of junk

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