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    Exclamation Waterproof momentary switch

    It is small...
    It is waterproof....
    It have standard handlebar mount...
    It costs only 8$ each (but you have to buy 2 so 16$ )
    It's available in almost every bike shop all over the world...

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    Default Re: Waterproof momentary switch

    so do the two buttons work independently of each other? Are they meant to go on the ends of the handlebars?

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    Default Re: Waterproof momentary switch

    They are meant to be buttons in the speedometer - you are simply cutting the cable and soldering wire from one of the buttons in i.e. bFlex button holes. You can use two if you need / like so.
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    Default Re: Waterproof momentary switch

    £15 ($30) in the UK - ouch!

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    Default Re: Waterproof momentary switch

    You have strange prices in UK, 10 Euro in most European shops...
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    Default Re: Waterproof momentary switch

    Nice! Just ordered a set.

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    Zyro are the UK distributers for cateye in the uk and they have them listed on their website as £14.99 / €22.50
    http://www.zyro.co.uk/product_detail.asp?pid=268

    £15 wouldn't be the end of the world tbh but knowing I'm paying twice as much than anywhere else really hurts :-(

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    Default Re: Waterproof momentary switch

    Quote Originally Posted by iggs View Post
    Zyro are the UK distributers for cateye in the uk and they have them listed on their website as £14.99 / €22.50
    http://www.zyro.co.uk/product_detail.asp?pid=268

    £15 wouldn't be the end of the world tbh but knowing I'm paying twice as much than anywhere else really hurts :-(
    I have no idea who these folks are, but it's a little cheaper (£12.74) here:
    http://www.cyclesuk.com/ViewProduct....1296/pId/73515

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    Default Re: Waterproof momentary switch

    Quote Originally Posted by Szemhazai View Post
    You have strange prices in UK, 10 Euro in most European shops...
    Not the case for everything, but this is a good example of where the UK distributor rips us off by adding a huge mark up. I'll be buying some from Europe at that price (will be cheaper even including shipping).

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    Default Re: Waterproof momentary switch

    any one willing to go half if they only need one switch - will pay half of the price and postage? save yourself approx £7

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