BIKE BALLS Scrotally Awesome   £23.94 delivered from Firebox.com
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BIKE BALLS Scrotally Awesome £23.94 delivered from Firebox.com

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Found 3rd Mar 2016
Boost your visibility and add some humour to the daily commute
A swaying silicone ball sack that emits a bright red glow
Attaches effortlessly to your bicycle seat rail
Turn them on/off and change light modes with a gentle squeeze
Water/splash resistant construction – built to last
The only time that flashing your testicles is appropriate
DESCRIPTION
In a world filled with disgruntled drivers who hate sharing the road, you need some pretty serious balls to ride a bicycle these days. The morning commute is crying out for a little humour to diffuse the tension, and as a cyclist you need to be noticed! It's in this spirit that Bike Balls were created.

Bike Balls are a raunchy rear bike light designed to be mounted beneath your bicycle saddle – they dangle off the seat rail and playfully bob-around as you ride. The simple mounting system is secure enough to stay on during bumpy rides whilst remaining easy to attach and take off.

Made from waterproof silicone, this durable scrotum houses a powerful red LED to alert drivers to your presence. Just give them a gentle squeeze to turn them on (just like the real thing) and to switch between the various light modes. They're as functional as they are hilarious.

Grab yourself a pair today.
MORE INFO
Product Features:
The World's most over confident bike light
Turn them off and on (and switch modes) with a gentle a squeeze
High-grade silicone body with integrated strap and switch
Water/splash resistant construction, built to last
Super efficient red LED
Three light modes – solid light / slow flashing / fast flashing
Powered by 2xCR2032 replaceable batteries
Battery lasts for ~100 hours (solid light mode) or ~190 hours (flashing mode)
Includes 2 zip-ties for semi-permanent installation
Funded within 3 days on Kickstarter
Dimensions:
Measures approximately 10cm(W) x 16cm(H) x 3.5cm(D)
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Edited by: "Pateo" 4th Mar 2016
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Additionally, because the light bobs around underneath the saddle it has more chance of being detected by a fellow road user.
The Bike Balls light has three modes – two are entitled party modes and feature fast, flashing patterns, while the other stays on.
To turn on the light the user simply squeezes – each squeeze activates the next mode in the sequence until the light turns off again.


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Hilarious.
Are they available in blue?
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Edited by: "Pateo" 3rd Mar 2016
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Edited by: "Pateo" 3rd Mar 2016
What a load of bollu....
Just....why? Oh and £24?! Pfft!
Must be an age thing! I don't see the joke.

Oh yes I do......it's the price.

And I certainly don't see the 'deal'.
Edited by: "LesD" 3rd Mar 2016
if these were £5 I'm sure they'd sell a load...but £24 delivered....er no!!!!!
Pspvita

What a load of bollu....



What's bollu?!!
LesD

Must be an age thing! I don't see the joke.Oh yes I do......it's the … Must be an age thing! I don't see the joke.Oh yes I do......it's the price.And I certainly don't see the 'deal'.



Cheer up fella of course they are funny! A deal NO but funny...YES! X)
greysquaill

Are they available in blue?



Are they available in 'hairy'?!!
Balls!
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jouster

if these were £5 I'm sure they'd sell a load...but £24 delivered....er n … if these were £5 I'm sure they'd sell a load...but £24 delivered....er no!!!!!


You shouldn't put a price on safety!
As if another reason were needed to give most cyclists a good shoeing.. (_;)
heat made me laff
yorxman

Cheer up fella of course they are funny! A deal NO but funny...YES! X)



​wheres ya soh
Pateo

You shouldn't put a price on safety!



I don't. I pay good money for non novelty lights.

These are a novelty and therefore should be £5. Which they probably will be be in late summer
jouster

I don't. I pay good money for non novelty lights. These are a novelty … I don't. I pay good money for non novelty lights. These are a novelty and therefore should be £5. Which they probably will be be in late summer


I will take your advice and wait then!
Pateo

I will take your advice and wait then!



Lol. Don't hold me that. But his sort of item isn't exactly in high demand. Sensible and serious cyclists wouldn't be seen dead with this on their bikes. And the types that would use this probably don't bother with lights at all

greysquaill

Are they available in blue?


Only in the winter and they dont sway, they freeze in position
jouster

Lol. Don't hold me that. But his sort of item isn't exactly in high … Lol. Don't hold me that. But his sort of item isn't exactly in high demand. Sensible and serious cyclists wouldn't be seen dead with this on their bikes. And the types that would use this probably don't bother with lights at all


I use lights on my bike and would certainly be up for a laugh with bike balls at the right price! X)
Pateo

I use lights on my bike and would certainly be up for a laugh with bike … I use lights on my bike and would certainly be up for a laugh with bike balls at the right price! X)



But the right price isnt £24.
Can’t see how this is a hot deal, I get exactly the same affect with a tin of day-glow paint and an old pair of M&S underware. According to the local constabulary they are highly visible.
TBC15

Can’t see how this is a hot deal, I get exactly the same affect with a t … Can’t see how this is a hot deal, I get exactly the same affect with a tin of day-glow paint and an old pair of M&S underware. According to the local constabulary they are highly visible.


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