I bought and ORP smart horn in Bangkok several years ago. It proved it’s worth when navigating the hectic traffic of Cambodia’s capital city, Phnom Penh. Now I am back in Australia and some bastard stole it earlier today. So a new one for me and one for the wife.
I have had an Orp for the last two years and I can say unequivocally it has saved me from serious bodily harm no less than a dozen times—thank you so much for this great product!
|I got the Remorp and the Orp.
So great to approach intersections with confidence today too are seen. I press down hard way before it’s too late.
NYC Pedestrians know to ignore bicycle bells but they don’t know what the Orp is and it makes them stop. Impressive.
To be clear, I spoke to this Orp owner for clarity. He told me Orp’s loud sound always does the job and Orp’s new friendly sound, while bell like, seems to just be not be the typical CitiBike (rental bike) sound so, different enough- Editor
First off, I had the most random awesome experience that I want to share with you. I totally saw an Orp bike horn save someone’s life! Car almost turned into a guy on his bike and then this giant horn noise happened and the driver swerved! It was rad.
…the Orp+remorp combo has definitely saved me from injury several times, nothing else like it on the market.
Also, I did not expect a reply from the designer! So let me say how pleased I am with your product. In fact this morning I heard another cyclist using theirs behind me and we had a nice chat at the red light about how awesome Orps are. The remote is just genius, and mine is cute as can be with its Tom Selleck ‘stache.
Been using it since da first release~ still using! Customer service is breaking infinity stars!
Broke some parts, and Orp offered send me replacemen
My ORP is charged up for its 3rd year of dark mornings in Australia. Bikes in Australia must have a bell or horn by law, so ORP’s light-and-horn combo is perfect and I rate it a 5-star product. Actually, it could be better than that: mine went through the washing machine in the back pocket of a jersey and still works fine! Like it says on the website, ORP is definitely “accident resistant” though I wouldn’t recommend my approach to cleaning. Thanks for a great product.