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- STAY SAFE: Let others know you're coming with this classic CatEye bike bell.
- BE HEARD: This brass bell rings with a clear, resounding "ding."
- COMPATIBILITY: The Yamabiko Bell fits handlebars with a 25.4mm diameter (or a 22.2mm diameter with the included lining).
- DURABLE: The aluminum mounting band is durable and simple to secure.
- STYLISH: Choose from two classic colors (gold and brass) in a matte shine finish.
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Bells aren't always the coolest accessory for your ride. Worse, mandatory bell laws in some areas of the country (lookin' at you, NYC) basically require you to dial up the dorkiness a bit, which can be seriously uncool for certain machines. With bells like the CatEye Yamabiko, however, you can at least do so with some retro style -- plus you can tell your friends that "yamabiko" means "echo" in Japanese. The aluminum clamp holds up a brass bell that looks classy on any ride. Available in Copper and Gold finishes.
Color: Copper | Size: One Size
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The tone it produces is loud and clear. If you've used other 'ping' type bells like the Incredibell, the tone with these is not dissimilar... just think bigger and clearer. The mechanism for the striker and bell is simplicity itself - comprised of a spring and copper anodized metal 'button' which strikes the bell - and promises to last. The clamp is over-built and could support something weighing 10x what the bell weighs if necessary.
Some things I didn't like include the Philips head screws for securing the bell to the handlebars. The angle necessary for attaching the clamp to the bars can be awkward and it's relatively easier to strip this type of fitting than, say a hex headed screw.
The second thing is there is a real limit as far as placement on the bars themselves. The only adjustability built in is to loosen the bell and re-position the striker... positioning is a problem with all bike bells BTW, but seems particularly pronounced with this version on the aforementioned ten-speed type bars. I think this bell would be right at home poised near the handlebar ends on an upright ('sit-up-and-beg' as the Brits say) style bicycle.
All in all I would purchase one of these again... perhaps if/when the wife's bell cuts out...