Sometimes when a guy cuts me off I wish I had a gun turret mounted on the top of my car. On the other hand, a horn from a WWII destroyer might be just as effective.
I would've held this Magnavox speaker to my ear and pretended to be deaf, saying clever things like "What's up, sonny?" Matt Richmond combined it with some scraps of walnut to create an iPod dock.
While everyone else is getting drunk, doing all kinds of exotic drugs and making out, you could ring in the new year with a breath-powered virtual new year's horn for your iPhone. But don't.
If you are a fan of weird, cheap gadgetry, look no further than the "Our Lady of the Trunk" backup alarm. Attach it to your brake lights, mount it on your trunk and laugh as an assertive 100dB feminine voice informs others that you are backing up. [sciplus]
What geek can resist replacing their boring vehicle horn with a 5 trumpet Wolo 485 Star Trek Air Horn? With one push of a button, you can tell that dude who just cut you off to suck it with 118 dB of brain shattering power. The horns play the 5 most recognizable notes from the Star Trek theme — and hooking it up to…
Ride a bike? Cars not giving you the respect you deserve? Add the Thunder Horn, the electronic bike horn that boops at 115 decibels. In comparison, a Jet Plane is 120db, a chainsaw is 115db, and a car horn is around 110db. Yes, this thing is slightly louder than a car horn. Take that, Nissan Sentra. [Brando via Pocket…
I know we've all encountered times while stuck in Los-Angeles-scale traffic wondering if people just can't hear our angry morse-code honks anymore.