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Here is a deal from Banggood.com that came into my mailbox.

Deeply discounted are these battery operated, bright colored, waterproofed, motion-activated LED lights that are installed on Tire Valves. They come in 4 random colors. They are activated when the wheel spins, and they automatically turn off when the wheel stop spinning. Not only that they are cool looking, the highly visible LEDs add safety measures on bikes. Easily installed on bicycles, motorcycles and any moving vehicles with standard size tire valves.

Regular price: $1.29 each
Use Coupon Code: 000000 (6 zeroes)
Discount: 69%
Net Cost: $0.40
Free shipping. Not sure how BG does it, because it costs less than a 1st class domestic postage stamp.

Seller has volume discount also, so the more you buy, the more you save. For example, I'm in for 10, the net cost after coupon code is $0.31 each.

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Well, I was charged $3.13 for 10, with no surcharge of 2.5%/whatever... also states that my order has shipped.

Now, to wa... (more)

NotAClue (Jul. 27, 2013 @ 7:18p) |

I just got mine today. Surprisingly fast. Looks like I have 2 blue ones and the rest are yellow.

devilboy215 (Jul. 29, 2013 @ 2:56p) |

Got my 10 today, all are blue. Glad I got 10 because 2 have the LED unit bent at about 10 degrees. All function fine, ... (more)

NotAClue (Jul. 31, 2013 @ 3:08p) |


Thanks in for 4.

just an fyi; these are not street legal

Few years back tried similar product. If they were tightened down, even though the wheels were a spinning, they didnt work. They only worked when slightly loose. Well slightly loose and a spinning tire means lost item. Not how these may differ.

is it me, or is every review on this site 4 stars!

Must login via FB or Twitter

ssgcinty said:   Must login via FB or Twitter

I didn't. Payment uses paypal, but I just supplied CC info, you don't even have to log in to a paypal account.

Now to figure out where I'll sleep if my wife wonders what the charge from "Banggood.com" is...

"OK, I'm sorry, it was some porn..."
"You're lying again! It was another fatwallet deal!!"

The more you buy they get cheaper, I'm buying 10 and were at $0.31 each

Thanks PraiseBeer... don't know why, but I bought a couple. If they turn out to work, then Banggood I love long time!

NotAClue said:   Thanks PraiseBeer... don't know why, but I bought a couple. If they turn out to work, then Banggood I love long time!

It's PraiseBear, but I'll answer to PraiseBeer. LOL.

Yeah, I bought a bunch and I don't have a bike! I figure I got a good deal on LED lights and button batteries if nothing else.

I also found that they are selling for $5-6 for 2 pieces elsewhere on the internet!

Nifty Product! Thanks OP!

These bad boys should crank up the knob on the Crown Vic to a solid "11".

Thanks OP! Should also work well if the kids just tie a string to them and twirl them around. In for 10!

CaptainVirus said:   Thanks OP! Should also work well if the kids just tie a string to them and twirl them around. In for 10!
LOL

Thanks OP. In 4 20 since there are 4 bikes in my home.

I give praise to PraiseBear for this deal, thanks

what are the chances I will get pulled over for this, hmmm

anyone know if these are for schrader or presta valves, or both?

I sincerely doubt they are for presta valves. Totally different userbase.

the photos in this eBay auction show that they might be usable on presta. enough evidence for me to risk $3 on. Worst case, it's a $3 donation to the neighborhood kids.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Pink-LED-Tyre-Tire-Valve-Caps-Neon-L...

What a coincidence. A store named Banggood has a 69% coupon.

Ha! Just bought 10. Should be fun for the kids!

In for 10, Thanks PBear

Ha. My neighbor with his classic Corvette won't have anything over my AMC Pacer once I get these bad boys on.

It will turn my bicycle into a TRON motorcycle?

Paypal told me I might be charged a foreign transaction fee. Something to consider when choosing which card to pay with.


This place looks like it could be the next Merritline.

Awesome: More cheap crap that I didn't Know I need (I just bought 10 - Thanks P-Beer)

Quote:

"Rate of Exchange: If this transaction involves a currency conversion, there will be an exchange rate shown above. This exchange rate includes a 2.5% spread above the wholesale exchange rate at which PayPal obtains foreign currency, and the spread is retained by PayPal. If and when the Recipient chooses to withdraw these funds from the PayPal System, and if the withdrawal involves a currency conversion, the Recipient will convert the funds at the applicable currency exchange rate at the time of the withdrawal, and the Recipient may incur a withdrawal fee."

The transaction is in US$.

In for 10. Thanks.

LOL... Sorry about that... must have been a Freudian Slip... hot here, maybe I need a beer!

PraiseBear said:    It's PraiseBear, but I'll answer to PraiseBeer. LOL.

kickerstarter said:   Quote:

"Rate of Exchange: If this transaction involves a currency conversion, there will be an exchange rate shown above. This exchange rate includes a 2.5% spread above the wholesale exchange rate at which PayPal obtains foreign currency, and the spread is retained by PayPal. If and when the Recipient chooses to withdraw these funds from the PayPal System, and if the withdrawal involves a currency conversion, the Recipient will convert the funds at the applicable currency exchange rate at the time of the withdrawal, and the Recipient may incur a withdrawal fee."

The transaction is in US$.



I was talking about the fee charged by most standard credit cards. The Foreign Transaction fee is charged regardless of what currency is used.

In for 10. I'm going to give these out to my group at burning man

Nice finding, pal/galirishrob60 said:   What a coincidence. A store named Banggood has a 69% coupon.

lol... can someone tell me why I just spent $9.11 for 30 of these?

devilboy215 said:   lol... can someone tell me why I just spent $9.11 for 30 of these?Because they will be the 'Snuggie' gift for Xmas and cost you all of $9.

Devilboy... For the same reason I did? To secretly put them on unsuspecting friends' car tires, and laugh your butt off when they finally have someone clue them in weeks later?

Awesome thanks OP

partybag said:   just an fyi; these are not street legal

Depends on your state. Check with local laws. In California, it's complicated. .05 Candela or less can be visible from the rear of the vehicle. If above, if it's diffused then it may still be okay.

Either way, I think the main point is that street-legal and sore-thumb-to-police are not really worth distinguishing if it gets you pulled over anyways. I would pass on putting these on my car for that reason alone.

asuka said:   partybag said:   just an fyi; these are not street legal

Depends on your state. Check with local laws. In California, it's complicated. .05 Candela or less can be visible from the rear of the vehicle. If above, if it's diffused then it may still be okay.

Either way, I think the main point is that street-legal and sore-thumb-to-police are not really worth distinguishing if it gets you pulled over anyways. I would pass on putting these on my car for that reason alone.
I think thats why it says it's for bicycles, not cars.

I suspect the crystals will FLY off at freeway speeds

StartByServingOthers said:   kickerstarter said:   Quote:

"Rate of Exchange: If this transaction involves a currency conversion, there will be an exchange rate shown above. This exchange rate includes a 2.5% spread above the wholesale exchange rate at which PayPal obtains foreign currency, and the spread is retained by PayPal. If and when the Recipient chooses to withdraw these funds from the PayPal System, and if the withdrawal involves a currency conversion, the Recipient will convert the funds at the applicable currency exchange rate at the time of the withdrawal, and the Recipient may incur a withdrawal fee."

The transaction is in US$.



I was talking about the fee charged by most standard credit cards. The Foreign Transaction fee is charged regardless of what currency is used.


I paid with Paypal, a US company. I bought lots of stuffs from eBay. Shipped from China. Paid with Paypal. Funded with credit card not fee free. Never got charged a fee.

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Got my 10 today, all are blue. Glad I got 10 because 2 have the LED unit bent at about 10 degrees. All function fine, and for $0.31 each, happier than a pig in she-he-it. Also, some have sharp edges where the barrel connector goes. So, if you plan on giving them to kids, make sure to file down.

Now I can put them on 2 cars and drive around at night making siren sounds

Thanks again OP.



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