dB140 with Garmin Style Mount
dB140 with Garmin Style Mount
dB140 with Garmin Style Mount
dB140 with Garmin Style Mount
dB140 with Garmin Style Mount
dB140 with Garmin Style Mount
dB140 with Garmin Style Mount
dB140 with Garmin Style Mount
dB140 with Garmin Style Mount
dB140 with Garmin Style Mount
dB140 with Garmin Style Mount
dB140 with Garmin Style Mount
dB140 with Garmin Style Mount
dB140 with Garmin Style Mount
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dB140 with Garmin Style Mount

4.8
Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
119 Reviews

The upgraded dB140 is the loudest cycle horn on the market, putting you in control of your safety by letting people know you’re there. It’s small, sleek and enables you to alert distracted drivers and pedestrians to your presence. Featuring upgraded internal components and a brand-new Garmin style mount, your dB140 is better than ever: rock solid on the bars, easy to remove and interchangeable with other Garmin compatible devices.

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THE WORLD'S LOUDEST CYCLE HORN

140 decibels is the equivalent sound of a jet engine and is 4 times louder than the nearest competitor. You can alert drivers of cars, buses, lorries & pedestrians to your presence. It has two sounds - a piercing 'road' mode (140dB) and a lower pitched car horn sound (121dB) for cycle paths. The remote trigger means it is safe and easy to use when braking, while being easy to install and remove thanks to the Garmin style mount, the dB140 fits all bikes. Completely weatherproof (although not submersible), the dB140 is a potentially life-saving accessory when riding in towns and cities.

Two Garmin Style Mounts Included

To ensure a perfect fit with all handlebar sizes two mounts are included - one mount for bars with a diameter of 22-26mm with 4 differently sized spacers and a second dedicated for 31.8mm diameter bars (road bikes). You can use your spare mount on a different bike so you can easily swap the dB140 from one bike to another.

Impressive performance

Featuring two horn modes; 140dB and 121dB respectively, the dB140 requires uses 2 x AAA batteries which last for up to 12 months of normal use (6x 1 second blasts per day). The dB140 makes riding in town safer and less stressful: no need to shout, no need to swerve, no more emergency braking.

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Further Information

SOUND 'PIERCING' MODE OUTPUT: 140db
‘HORN’ MODE OUTPUT: 121 db.
BATTERIES TYPE: 2 x AAA BATTERIES 24g
TOTAL WEIGHT HORN, TRIGGER, LARGER GARMIN MOUNT AND BATTERIES = 102g
HORN, TRIGGER, SMALLER GARMIN MOUNT (INCLUDING ONE SPACER) AND BATTERIES = 100g.
INGRESS PROTECTION RATING IP44. PROTECTION FROM SPLASHED WATER AND SOLID OBJECTS GREATER THAN 1mm IN DIAMETER.
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT
HORN 98mm(L) x 48mm(W) x 42mm(H), 48g
TRIGGER 355mm(L) x 20mm(W) x 9mm(H), 10g
MOUNT FIXING: 

MOUNT OPTION 1: 22-26mm GARMIN MOUNT (UNIVERSAL FITTING FOR VIRTUALLY ALL BIKES) 16g

MOUNT OPTION 2: 31.8mm/1.25” GARMIN MOUNT (MODERN STANDARD FOR DROP HANDLEBARS), 20g
 

Frequently Asked Questions

The Hornit dB140 is 140 decibels making it the world’s loudest horn.

We have upgraded the electronics and some of the components from the old version as well as completely changing the mount system to a Garmin style mount. The internal upgrades are designed to improve performance while the Garmin style mount makes the dB140 rock solid on the bars, easy to remove and interchangeable with other Garmin compatible devices.

Our dB140 is not waterproof, however it is weather resistant and is tested to work even in torrential rain . The IP rating is IP44 meaning that it is counted as splash proof.

The Garmin style mounts are compatible with virtually every diameter of round bar (22-26mm) and 31.8mm road bike handlebars with our 2 included brackets. Unfortunately, if you have flat aero bars then the mounts will not work. They must be round.

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  • MB
    Maria B.
    Verified Buyer
    Rated 3 out of 5 stars
    3 weeks ago
    New horn v. Original

    I recently acquired a new horn model for my bicycle and found myself crestfallen with the change compared to my previous purchase. The horn's cry in this fresh model is conspicuously feebler, evoking more of a scooter's whisper than the thunderous, strident roar I was used to with my first acquisition. Oddly, the body alarm on this new model is louder than the horn itself, which feels counterintuitive for safety purposes.

    Moreover, this fresh horn requires two AAA batteries, whereas my original horn only needed one. This change seems unnecessary and inconvenient, as it means more frequent battery replacements and added expense. Overall, I much prefer my original horn for its louder sound and simpler battery requirements. The new model just doesn't meet my expectations.

  • D
    David
    Verified Reviewer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 4 out of 5 stars
    4 weeks ago
    All good but....

    Nice but constant weakness of the Hornit is its fragile cable. I have several that are unusable because of cable breaks and they cannot be repaied.

  • GD
    Gordon D.
    Verified Buyer
    Rated 3 out of 5 stars
    4 weeks ago
    dB140 with Garmin Style Mount

    Solidly constructed and good mount. However, I find on cycle paths that nobody pays attention to the burglar/car alarm sound. Can this be changed to sound like a hor?

  • JZ
    Joseph Z.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    1 month ago
    attention getting

    It saves me from having to use my voice to get people's attention, which was giving me a hoarse voice. I was in a bad accident one year ago, so I have become extra concerned about avoiding another accident. This seems to be very helpful in that regard. I use it very frequently, anytime I feel that I am in a situation that seems at all sketchy, I sound the horn just to make sure that people are aware of my presence. I was in a bike lane and a bus drifted into the lane, I laid on the horn and the bus miraculously drifted out of the bike lane. I previously tried using a whistle, but this is much better and easier.

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