Throughout history, great combinations like peanut butter and jelly have changed the world for the better. Orp combines a high-powered horn with two bright LEDs in one compact package. The large tab at the rear activates Orp's horn. Press gently for a friendly, 76dB noise, and press harder to activate a stern, super-loud 96dB warning. Orp's grippy, stretchy handlebar mount is integrated into the tough, silicone exterior. And its Lithium-ion battery has a built-in USB charge port. Be heard, be seen, and get noticed with Orp.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Store SKU|
|Asphalt Black||00861845000019||ORP 001-AB|
|Aorta Red||00861845000026||ORP 001-AR|
|Wail Blue||00861845000033||ORP 001-WB||42104|
|Safety Cone Orange||00861845000040||ORP 001-SO|
|Snot Green||00861845000057||ORP 001-SG||42108|
|Frostbyte White||00861845000064||ORP 001-FW|
|Glorp (Glow in the Dark)||00861845000071||ORP 001-GL|
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I'm an avid mountain biker, who has been using a bell the last several years. I typically find even with a bell, i'm still finding myself yelling/shouting at other cyclists, and of course runners, as my little bell just doesn't seem to get past the white ear buds, they always seem to have plugged into their ears. The first thing I thought when I saw ORP, what took so long for someone to build or design this? The other day, I forgot ORP charging at my home office, went out on a ride, and honestly felt naked without it! I can honestly say that if safety is a priority, you need ORP! The absolute best $65 bucks i've ever spent! Of course having an integrated light is a huge plus!