Re: Hokey Spokes...
- They got these at places like Casey's (so probably at 7-11 in other
parts of the planet) and department stores (I assume Wally WSorld,
though I don't darken their doors).
They're nice for the price but don't really supply that much light.
Sometimes tho' I think that's an advantage - the "what the heck is
htat?" response is sometimes better than "oh, it's a bike, I'm sure
it's not going fast enough to..."
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> -----Original Message-----
> Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2006 16:38:20 -0000
> From: "Susan" <maps@...>
> Subject: Hokey Spokes...
> Just heard from my other friend who returned them because they kept
> going on of their own volition, and the Hokey SPokes Folks sort of
> just didn't believe them because they couldn't replicate it. Seems
> that there are some unresolved electronic issues with the infrared=ness.
> I really like the side visibility, and mine have been flawless.
> There are probably simpler spoke-light options out there for those who
> aren't ready for Down Low Glow :-)
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