Correction. This was a Nitto bullhorn from IRO.
Well, this was an interesting ride. I'm on my way home from work and I'm coming up to a red light at a major intersection. Start to put a little back pressure to slow down when bam!!! I'm on the ground wondering what the "f" just happened. I pick myself up, check to see if everything still moves and then check out the bike. The left side of the bar is hanging from my brake cable. Plus my front wheel is now bent. Freaked the crap out of the three women at the bus stop this happened at. Damage sustained. Bruised hand, elbow, shoulder, hip and thigh plus a sraped shin. The frame's fine and the wheel can be trued, but what better bulhorn option is out there for the taking. This might not be too tough to answer since really, all I want is one that isn't going to catastrophically fail. This sh@t hurts.
*IRO is just a retailer for Nitto parts, they deserve no
blame for the failure. I assure you that they do not
get Nitto factory seconds. In fact, I doubt very highly
that a company like Nitto sells seconds or otherwise
defective products as anything other than scrap metal.