If you’ve watched any moment of World Cup play this month you’ve then heard the incessant buzzing of the vuvuzela horns (no, it’s not a swarm of bees). Like it or not – many find them to be annoying! – these plastic high-pitched vuvuzela horns or trumpets have really become the “soundtrack” of the 2010 World Cup football games, as ESPN’s Mike Tirico fashioned them yesterday before the England-USA match.
And the vuzuzela horns have been selling like crazy in and around the football venues in South Africa. You can buy them for just $10 dollars or so locally.
But if you are not at the games and you want that true South African elephant-like vuvuzela sound in your house – or more likely you just want to drive your neighbors nutty – I did some research and you can buy vuvuzela horns online at reputable shops like WorldSoccerShop which ship internationally. Just click below for more details – they come if different colors like yellow, black and you can buy them for under $10 – and bring the Buzz to you house!