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  1.  
    September 28, 2006 | 7:50 am
     

    Funny you mention this; I was contemplating the exact same thing a couple of days ago! I was contemplating modifying something like these lights for just the 3rd brake light. The GMG pulsar looks to be cheaper by half and easier to install. Sweet! The blinking action seems a little inconsistent, however, looking at the video.

  2.  
    September 28, 2006 | 8:27 am
     

    The lights consitantly blink 4 times in a half second; the inconstancy in the video is just an effect of the camera shutter speed or video framerate conversion.

  3.  
    September 28, 2006 | 8:57 am
     

    Thanks for posting this information. Based on your description and after a quick look at the site I submitted my order. Super idea!

  4.  
    ltzmtor
    September 28, 2006 | 10:05 am
     

    I think Ian mentioned some sort of annoying noise in his article on the hockey puck, does this one have that clicking sound and if yes hoe loud is it?

  5.  
    September 28, 2006 | 1:30 pm
     

    The unit make no noise what so ever. I also have the hockey puck and the noise was driving me crazy, this is why we decided to invest the time and resources in the development of this product.

  6.  
    September 28, 2006 | 5:50 pm
     

    Ha – I was going to ask the same question as RB; (silent?); glad to see it is quiet.

    What we really need to develop is a module that monitors deceleration and only flashes on harsh braking ;)

  7.  
    ltzmtor
    September 29, 2006 | 4:22 pm
     

    EN C,

    Here in LaLaLand you need all the blinking, whirring, flashing, strobing lites you can get!!!! I’m thinking I need a Bubble machine on top so the frkn’ masses can see me!

  8.  
    Theo
    October 3, 2006 | 6:47 pm
     

    “…In fact, I often found myself behind someone with one of these on MINI runs and after 15 minutes or so I wanted to rear end them just to make it stop!…”

    Ooops! You must have bee following me, Josh! Sorry. I’ll have to get one of these to replace my (loud) hockey puck…and reduce road rage. ;-)

    Thanks for the lead…

    Theo

  9.  
    October 4, 2006 | 7:45 am
     

    After following Josh this weekend, I’m kind of underwhelmed. It just flashes too fast and not for long enough; there were several times where I looked forward and saw the light on solid and wondered how I didn’t see it blink! I’m gonna have to keep looking for another solution. :-(

  10.  
    October 4, 2006 | 7:45 am
     

    After following Josh this weekend, I’m kind of underwhelmed. It just flashes too fast and not for long enough; there were several times where I looked forward and saw the light on solid and wondered how I didn’t see it blink! I’m gonna have to keep looking for another solution. :-(

  11.  
    October 4, 2006 | 8:39 am
     

    Brian, that’s exactly what I want. It’s supposed to subliminally catch your attention and then all you have to stare at is a solid light.
    There were two others that I was behind this weekend, with different blinkers..the aforemention hockey puck, and one that was even slower, which blinked for about 3 seconds, and only twice per second! Even more annoying.
    But I do wish someone made one that was programmable, so everyone could have exactly what they want.

    As for the noise comments, it is fully electronic (apparently the hockey buck has a relay?) and makes no sound.

  12.  
    October 16, 2006 | 1:18 pm
     

    Try looking at my website. signalz4u.com
    I don’t believe anyone has a better one and pricewise can’t be beat.
    $20.00 includes shipping.

  13.  
    MrEdly
    October 24, 2006 | 3:04 am
     

    I wrapped my hockey puck in a couple of layers of flannel — I can’t hear it unless the engine’s off. I’m fine with it. (If I’m freaked out by by the destruction of my perfect silence while sitting in my MINI with the engine off and the brake light on, then I’ve probably got issues that are unrelated to the hockey puck.)

    If it’s annoying to Josh and inattentive SUV drivers as they’re following me, then (1) I know it’s working as designed, and (2) I welcome them to get off my tail.

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