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Old 13th April 2005, 16:08   #1
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hi guys

i got an email from the owners of this site.

www.thenonap.com

check it out and let me have ur suggestions abt this product.

i feel that if the alarm rings with so much noise near your ear then you might just be too alarmed and also might loose control over the car.

but for somebody who drives for long hours , this might be a good product.

shubbhi

P.S. Dear Mods ; i m not trying to advertise this product. just would like to have the reactions of bhpians.
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Old 13th April 2005, 16:22   #2
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Let the members check through the given address.
They can contact/test/buy as they wish.

Thread shifted to Market Place
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Old 13th April 2005, 16:26   #3
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dont think you need that in india. there is enough noise and traffic to keep you alert and on your toes at all times
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u got to be really careful abt these pune products.
i had once bought beru ultra-x 4-electrode plugsfor my car from pune after seeing this advertisement in OD.i was lucky that my engine lasted those 1000kms that i drove with them
.then there was this Fuel energiser thing,which claimed to improve ur FE by 28%.i had bought it for 450rs.its a pair of magnets that u have to clip on to ur fuel line.
nothing happened .hehe.then after i threatened that guy ,he took it back and gave me my money back.


so be careful
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i m not gonna buy this product for sure. but i just wanted some comments from bhpians because i thought many ppl do have accidents becos of driver falling of to sleep on the wheel.

even i dont beleive in buying products until they are form some branded company or they are atleast tested.

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dude

i don think these kinda products are needed in india

Yes it may be useful only when sometimes u r drivin at night alone.

But here u dont have huge freeways or cross continent roads as in australia, US etc

Good product if u r on the above stated kinda roads

The chances of monotony in driving on indian roads are pretty slim.
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i need this product for office

damn what a bout of cold and some vicks action 500 tab can do to one
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Ha Ha nice one there. I wonder how many people really do go buy these stuff? Its just like the RoopAmrith they advertise on TV. God 1000 bucks for 100ml and it makes you fair? Conybio Socks - Wear it for 15 years and you'll be cured of diabetics and even Cancer and AIDS??? Magnetic beds for 10k that cure all diseases??? :WTF:

Stay away from such stuff. There should be a provision in the law to prevent people from posting such advertisements. Our maid lost 15k in one such scam. Poor thing thought she will recieve 5k every month and paid some quack 15k...
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You should have put a warning in the post that there will be a buzz on opening this link.

I opened thelink when at work, god I went crazy. Everybody thought that fire alarm went off. Luckily nobody knew that it was from my system.
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The owner has already got plenty of hits. We don't need to provide any more comments on this product.This thread is closed.
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