SeaSucker Mini Bomber Bike Rack £215.59 @ Probikekit
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SeaSucker Mini Bomber Bike Rack £215.59 @ Probikekit

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Found 27th Jun 2015
£350 everywhere else so a pretty good deal.

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Don't forget 2% Quidco too

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Excellent price but I do think these are overpriced in the first place. I almost bought a Talon for the MTB but then thought you either then need to spend more money buying a window lock to secure the Seackucker from theft or have the hassle of taking it on/off each time. So I stuck with my Saris.

I just can't bring myself to trust these. Borrowed one in an emergency and ran a strap across the roof, through the wheels and round through the doors to tie it down to the car. Maybe others feel the same way and they're not selling? Maybe that's why they cost so much - the insurance the company has to pay for all the ones that fall off

I'd trust it jollyfj, have you seen the promo video on the race track?. I just think they are too expensive.

rhinopaul

I'd trust it jollyfj, have you seen the promo video on the race track?. I … I'd trust it jollyfj, have you seen the promo video on the race track?. I just think they are too expensive.


Ever had a satnav sucker fall off your windscreen? That's most people's experience of this kind of design.
And yes, frighteningly expensive, considering the variety of uses it has.

jollyfj

Ever had a satnav sucker fall off your windscreen? That's most people's … Ever had a satnav sucker fall off your windscreen? That's most people's experience of this kind of design. And yes, frighteningly expensive, considering the variety of uses it has.


It hardly compares to a satnav sucker. The reviews i've seen & promo video make this product stand out from the rest which is probably why its so expensive but the price I believe is its downfall.

I've used a SeaSucker Hornet for over a year now; great for taking a bike abroad for use with a hire car. It has never lost the slightest bit of suction, although the first few times I used it, I stopped every 10 minutes to check. I've used it at high altitude, off-road and on long journeys with a downhill bike. I still always make sure the surface they are attached to is VERY clean,

You can't compare these to a SatNav window sucker, as someone has above, as you are removing the air inside the sucker with a pump; not simply pushing the sucker on.
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