Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 6
Rated 2 out of 5 by wisor This horn just not loud enough, now the pink one for girls is very loud. I took this one back and purchased the pink one.
Rated 4 out of 5 by jaxton toot
I put this on a electric cart, and it works fine. Sure wakes people up when they don't hear you coming.
Rated 3 out of 5 by SuperBlock how to fix it
The metal part is not what makes the sound. Inside the rubber part (that you squeeze) is a hard plastic part which is not glued well. It came loose and was rattling inside the rubber part that you squeeze. The rubber piece pulls off - rotate it back and forth as you pull. Turn the rubber part so the hole is facing down. You will likely need to shake and try a few times but pretty quickly one end of the hard plastic noisemaker will point down into the hole. I then pushed the hard noisemaker through simply by pushing the opposite end of the rubber part. Once it's out, put it into the metal part to decide which way you want it to point (assemble the rubber part on temprarily to test it#. I used super glue just now on the plastic noisemaker, then slid it into the metal part. Blow on it a few times so the glue hardens #it need humidity# - don't put your mouth on it though! I found it 100x easier to put the metal ring on the rubber ball before sliding it back onto the metal part #the part that looke like a tuba). IT IS VERY VERY LOUD! And you should tets it in the store if they are not all the same loudness...and it it'd not longer loud, it's becasue th e noisemaker is moving. As I played with it, I noticed it's not nearly as loud if not positioned correctly. Glue it into the "tuba", not the rubber.
Rated 1 out of 5 by star5cheer I bought it for my sons bike for a Christmas present and it fell about the next day. The horn rubber part just kept coming off.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Pat84 Didn't work
I purchased the horn and received it in the mail on time. The horn blew once than the device that creates the sound broke. The horn after one use no longer functions.