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Mirrycle Incredibell Original Bicycle Bell (Black)

4.3
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Description

  • Adjustable bell mounts to most handlebars
  • Compact and loud enough to be heard when coming from behind
  • Made of lightweight alloy
  • Won't rust and keeps true sound

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Customer Reviews

Ding ding ding, get out of the way.It's a lovely little trail bell. The sound carries rather far seeing how soon people step aside or look up from their borg implanted devices. 5Three starsI bought the Mirrycle Duet model for my son and was impressed. Decided to get a bell for myself, but some reviewers wrote that the Duet would not fit the adult MTB handlebar. Therefore, I bought this, the Original, model. I ordered it from a US based bicycle store. The product looked authentic, however, the loudness regulation did not work. So, I am not sure what setting my bell is on, but it is noticeably quieter that my son s Duet. Attachment to the handlebar was easy and the bell attached securely. I will use this belll, but if I need to buy a new one, I will not buy the Original model again. 3One of the best bells around (except for road bikes)The original (size) Incredibell is still the best bicycle bell I know of. There are definitely lower cost (or free) bells available, however most suffer from terrible problems which are not always obvious until fitting or using them!The dinger on some is just a bendy piece of plastic which normally doesn't work well and breaks soon anyway. All the $1 cheapies have a fixed position dinger which is simply inferior, and although they should all sound reasonable... most actually put out very little sound. Don't bother wasting money and time on a bell which is inconvenient, unsafe, and doesn't last. There is also nothing quite as annoying as a bell which makes dingly sounds as you ride. Spend a few bucks more and get something that actually works. I've owned plenty of hopeless bells, that's why I now only buy Incredibells.If you are still reading this review, you deserve some details. The Increbell weighs just 24 grams. A junk bell is usually around 21 grams anyway, which makes the Incredibell the absolute best safety item you can add to a bike for 3 grams extra weight! The Incredibell Original has a 34mm diameter bell. It's also available in a mini size and a larger size, both of which are actually worse than the original (smaller is almost the same weight but the sound output suffers, while the larger version looks worse and still manages to sound inferior to the original). I paid US$8.09 on Amazon for the last one I bought. These bells are basically for 7/8" (22.2mm) diameter handlebar ends, which means they are fine for most commuter bikes, mountain bike and BMX... regardless of bar material, amount of rise, or bar clamp area diameter. The notable exception is road bikes, sorry. Quoted size range is 21.7 to 26mm. The Incredibell is made in Japan. Buy the black ones.Bike shops often remove bells and reflectors from new bikes, but probably shouldn't. They know junk bells will usually cause problems and reflectors sometimes make bikes look cheap. The Incredibell is neat and unobtrusive, and has a loud piercing sound. The rotating dinger platform is easily adjustable and it won't move by itself. It is best mounted near the handlebar grip (within thumb reach) on the side opposite the primary (front) brake. In Australia all bike brakes are set up Moto style with riders right hand operating the main brake, so the bell goes on the LHS to allow bell and front brake use simultaneously. Bells are definitely good to have in urban areas (if not legally required) because the ping of a bell is not rude but a safety sound, which seems to register with people and they look out for bikes.As the packaging says.. "Little, Light & Loud". Recommended for sure. 5not the greatestkinda cheap.. I have an older schwinn mountain bike.. this was almost too small with the shim.. and way too big without it. so as I was attempting to tighten it, and make it work with the shim, the screw just kept spinning.. it was already stripped so it didn't hold. Had to find a slightly larger screw so it grabbed..but it didn't tighten completely because the screw that is doing the tightening is screwing into soft plastic and I can tell it will strip again if I continue to tighten it..gonna buy the $5 schwinn bell at Walmart as soon as this one breaks. I definitely would not spend $10 on this again..the ringer itself is about the same diameter as a quarter... it's small.update.. having rode about 75 miles so far with this bell attached I'm changing my rating from 1 star to 4.. I only ride on quiet scenic bike trails.. once I see a walker or approach a blind curve I'll ring my bell.. as I get closer I'll ding it once or twice more.. it's plenty loud enough for this situation.. it will get peoples attention.. this is a 'courtesy bell' it's not intended to use on noisy busy roads... cars will never hear it...nor will anyone with headphones on. So since the main function of this bell does what it's supposed to do I changed my rating from 1 to 4 stars.. still docking a star to a star and 1/2 off for the stripped screw hole.. 4Single tone bellWorks fine, easy to install, pleasant sound.With this one, you reach over with your thumb, pull the hammer down and release it, striking the bell. The harder you press, the louder the bell dings.This is a polite way to ask pedestrians to move over. However, what I've found is that so many people walk around with headphones in that this bell is often useless--they can't hear it. This results in people not getting out of your way and you startling them when you have to go around. It's not your fault, it's theirs, but be aware that this bell will sadly not solve all of your life's problems. Also, people in cars obviously can't hear this. Sometimes it's tempting to just mount an air horn on my handlebars, but till then, this is a good product.Hopefully that's helpful. 5This was easily mounted onto our son's brand new Trek Precaliber 24" ...This was easily mounted onto our son's brand new Trek Precaliber 24" bicycle. The finish perfectly matches the other original gloss black anodized components on the bike. We ride on a "rail-to-trail" bike path network where the only other traffic is more bicycles and walkers/joggers. It is plenty loud enough in this situation to alert slower users of your impending pass. In fact, it is perfect for this (its intended) application. 5Maybe not what you are expectingVery well made bell ... but the weird thing is ... you have to pull the lever back and let it go ... that's how it makes it's one ding per pull ... again you pull back the lever and let it go ... it dings once. I was looking for the other kind of bell where you keep pulling the lever back and forth and it keep ringing. The ringing and ringing type alerts people your'e coming much better ... in my opinion. 3The Incredibell Duet version is superiorI bought this for my other bike after being impressed with the Duet version of it on my main bike.I have to say, the Duet version (which dings twice) is superior because it has a sturdy lever-type action, where this only has a flimsy plastic hammer that's finnicky to hit from an angle.The mount on both models is great, and the sound itself is clear and audible without being obnoxious. 4Nice sound, small and stylish profileMy wife is one of those bikers who goes racing by you. Sometimes you're not sure if she's using the bell because she cares about you or because she wants you out of her way.Oh, come on! Of course she cares about you! She's not that kind of lady.And that's why she needs this nice brass bell that sets out a clear, single ring without just the gentlest flick of her thumb.It was easy to attach as the plastic bar grip is flexible enough to slip over the bar when the screw is loosened completely.Was it incredible? Was it a miracle? Well, maybe I wouldn't go that far, but it was the Mirrycle Incredibell, and that's no lie (I assume.) 5some of these do not fit adult bikeThe first thing is this page lists 2 models of the Incredibell, but they are different sizes. The solid brass versions (called Duet) do not fit a normal adult road bike. Of the 5 pictures, the 2 on the right called "Gold Duet" and "Silver Duet" color are the smaller brass version, these 2 will NOT fit a normal adult bike. The 3 on the left labelled "Black", "Silver", and "Brass" will fit a normal adult road bike.I bought the "Silver Duet" and it has a nice sound and looks high quality but does not fit a normal adult road bike. Then I returned it and bought the "Black" and it fits my bike, but isn't quite as loud and doesn't seem as nice as the brass one.Unfortunately the Amazon page is confusing and it seems like the description would have made it more clear that there are two very different models here, not just different in color. 1
Mirrycle Incredibell Original Bicycle Bell (Black)

Mirrycle Incredibell Original Bicycle Bell (Black)

4.3
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Regular price
NZ$ 88.00
Sale price
NZ$ 88.00
Regular price
NZ$ 144.00
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Unit price
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Save 39% (NZ$ 56.00)