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Kettler Bell Red Metal Bell

3.4 out of 5 stars 107 customer reviews

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  • Make an impact and let people know you're coming by ringing your red metal bell
  • Thumb-pushing action
  • One-screw attachment
  • Easy to Install
  • Measures 2 x 2 x 3 inches (H x W x L)
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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Red Metal Bell for KETTLER Tricycles

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Warn people you are coming through by attaching the Kettler Bell Red Metal Bell to your Kettler Bike, Tricyle, or Riding Toy. This classic red metal bell is operated by simple thumb-pushing action and features a one-screw attachment for hassle-free installation. Compact and lightweight, this charming vintage-style bell measures 2 x 2 x 3 inches (H x W x L) and weighs 1 pound.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0000E1KQA
  • Item model number: 8137-200
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #251,152 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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By C. Cornell on July 9, 2007
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Here's all you need to know:
It's a red bell.
It rings.
Loudly.
It fits the handlebars securely.
It does exactly what a bike bell is supposed to do.
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I got one of these because it appeared that some of the other bells had single "ding" actuators, and this one looked like it went r-r-r-r-ring. It does, and it's loud enough to warn pedestrians, other cyclists, and even nearby drivers (if their windows are open). It's a pleasant enough tone not to evoke resentment, unlike some of the horns that some avid (rabid?) cyclists recommend.
- Placement can be a bit difficult on handlebars with brake- and shift-levers. If you look at the illustration, the lever is on the right side, and its action requires it to be pulled toward you. I mounted it on the right side of the handlebars, just inside the shift-lever, with the top tilted back toward my chest, so I can flip it downward with my right thumb. This works well in terms of ergonomics, while keeping the bell in a position that drains if it gets rained on.
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Urban commuter here in SF. The bell that came on my mountain bike was lame - the lever constantly stuck and just wasn't loud. Then I bought a highly regarded single-dinger and it was nice, but there's just no way it would be noticed in a loud urban environment.

My bike just happens to have a matte black with red accents color scheme so when this pic came up I clicked. There's a great mix of folks that have put these on their kids' trikes, and adults like me looking for something LOUD and durable. A bit confusing.

Well it came, and it's everything folks say. LOUD, and very, very, sturdy. Fit & finish are flawless. Makes sense, they built it like a tank because it has to withstand a toddler. In my case, it looks like it was custom built for the bike with the red/black. It does not look juvenile at all. I did peel the sticker off.

One more thing - Amazon lists the weight as "one pound" which may be putting off some cyclists. It really doesn't weigh any more than all but the smallest "real" bike bells. I think they rounded up.

I join the cult in recommending this safety device very highly. I've been buying a lot of stuff lately for my new bike, and this is the first thing that has really moved me to want to write, it's just SO much better than other stuff out there.
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By AMJ82 on December 14, 2006
We purchased this bell for our two year old's Kettler Kettrike Air Happy Tricycle. It fits perfectly on the handle bars and was very simple to install with just one screw. Now everyone can hear him coming!
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This is an excellent bell. It's red, so you will find it quickly in the heat of an emergency. It's loud, so others are more likely to hear you ring it over other noise, like street noise. You can mount it on the right and flick it with your index finger or mount it on the left and flick it with your thumb. The branding sticker comes off easily, which I view as a nice plus. I don't know why it's marketed for toddlers, this is all around better than any other bike bell I've ever seen.
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I wish all bikes had bells, like europe, in portland Or, the big biking place, bikes sneak up on your left, whisper, "onyourleft" and scare you just for the fun of it. They pass as fast as they can, for fun, no bells.
I have biked for my entire life, and never meet such rude bikers.

I aam not such a rude person, being from the midwest first, then oregon.
With this bell I can ring a 1/2 tone a 1/2 block away which moves walkers to the side without causing heart attacks. I like this bell because of the ability to modulate the tone to 1/2 and 1/4 rings with finger pressure.
When the walkers are lost in a haze, I just ring 1/4 tone, then 1/2 tone then 1 tone as I move up on them , just like Europe. Someday americans will stop hogging the walking/bike paths. This bell, used right will help.
Use it early!!! not late.
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This is a really great looking bell and matches my wife's bike in color. but, it doesn't sound right. It is as if someone is holding onto the part that is supposed to be ringing. It's a dead, dull sound.

The bell is small and compact and is easily installed on the handle bars, but you won't like the sound. It could be that something is not assembled correctly, but that should have been tested before selling it to me.

If you are wanting the traditional sounding bike bell, this is not it. I cannot recommend this and suggest you shop for a different one.
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It rings pleasantly, but loudly enough to be heard.

Red finish looks nice on my black folding bike.

When the bike is in my bumper carrier on a parking lot, lots of folks can't resist ringing it as they walk past, and everyone smiles when they do it. Where else can you make so much happiness for around twelve bucks total?

(04DEC13 revisions)

Revised this up 5 stars from 4. 2 1/2 years later, still looks good, still rings clearly, strangers still want to fiddle with it, people still smile when fiddling with it.

It deserves the extra star.
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