Coghlan's Bear Bell with Magnetic Silencer
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- Bell with magnetic silencer rings warning of your presence to bears and other animals when moving around, hiking, or walking outside
- Magnet in bag eliminates noise when not in use
- Attaches to clothing, boot, hat, daypack and backpack with a hook and loop closure
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Coghlan's makes the outdoors more comfortable and enjoyable with over 500 accessories for camping, hiking, fishing, and RVing -- from cooking gear to first aid kits, insect netting, firestarters, tent repair, and more.
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Coghlan's Magnetic Bear Bell attaches to your clothing, pack, or even your pet's collar, with a hook and loop closure. Movement of the person or pet it is attached to, causes a steady ringing to warn animals of your presence. Use the magnetic strap or bag to eliminate noise when not in use.
- Bell with magnetic silencer rings when moving - warns of presence to bears and other animals
- Perfect for use while camping, hiking and biking
- Bell Measures 1 1/2" Diameter
- Attaches with hook and loop closure strap to clothing, footwear, hats, daypacks and backpacks
Coghlan's Magnetic Bear Bell attaches to your clothing, pack, or even your pet's collar, with a hook and loop closure. Movement of the person or pet it is attached to, causes a steady ringing to warn animals of your presence. Use the magnetic strap to eliminate noise when not in use. Coghlan's makes the outdoors more comfortable and enjoyable with over 450 accessories for camping, hiking, fishing, and RVing -- from cooking gear to first aid kits, insect netting, firestarters, tent repair, and more.
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However, when we arrived at our lodge in Glacier I asked our host (an experienced trail guide) if bear bells are recommended or not. He said no. Apparently studies have shown that bears don't recognize the bells as anything significant, so bells aren't considered effective. Singing, talking loudly, even the sound of a snapping stick would be more recognizable for a bear. Our host said that "trail etiquette" is actually to walk 10 yards (I think he said yards) apart, and talk loudly enough that you and your hiking companion can hear each other without facing each other. I ran through most of my (very limited) singing repertoire while on the trail - I'd expect that there are few bears seeking counseling because of that :-)
All that, plus bear spray as an absolute last resort. Since bear spray can't be carried on an airplane, the lodge has quite a few abandoned cans, and lends them out freely along with instructions on how to use them correctly (very important).
So, we carried bear spray for a week, and didn't see a single bear on the trail. I guess it worked!
As for the bells, I'm attaching one to my patio door so I know if anyone comes in.
They also told us that bears are used to bells and ignore the sound. The best and simples way is to carry small plastic empty bottle and make noise by pressing it
I just backpacked with this up in pictured rocks and didn't get attacked by a bear so either it works or their wasn't any bears around.