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CatEye Flex Tight Bell

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Item # CAT000U

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Item # CAT000U

Fits anywhere, heard everywhere.

The CatEye Flex Tight Bell is the answer to your problem of what bell to pick up if you need to fit your dinger around a section of your handlebar, or any other part of your bike, where most bell clamps won't fit. The tool-free adjustable plastic band snugs up on anything with a diameter of 19 to 32 millimeters, yet it's only 22 millimeters across so it can fit nearly anywhere. The brass dome rings loud and clear. Available in Silver, Gold, and Black.

Tech Specs

Material:
[bell] brass
Dimensions:
[bell] 22 mm
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

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DING DING!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Not super loud but sufficient. Mounted on back side of handlebar for quick thumb action without having to move hands from bar.
I use the canal path occasionally and it seems to be heard by folks as I approach them.

Pretty Cool Indeed

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Great little bell addition.

Pros:Easy to install, nice ring

Cons: You may need to trip the band down depending on what you are putting it on.

Pretty Cool Indeed
Avg. ride time: 1h 6m per week
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Trail Essential

    An essential for the busy trails here in Park City, it's easy to mount in a variety of positions. It's been loud enough so far and seems like a fair compromise relative to its size and stealthiness.

    Avg. ride time: 51m per week
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    Stealth Bell

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Although its pretty meek for a bell, it mounts nearly anywhere and mounts out of the way. Upside down, on the left, under the dropper lever. Easy to use without altering bar grip. Bell's are mandatory out here and this is a great option.

    Dinky sound

      This bell will fit in almost any spare spot you have available. However, the sound is anything but "loud" and clear. I guess it would be okay if I used it in a quiet room, but out on the road in real life, not so much. Needs more volume.

      Ringa-ding-ding

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Our trails are getting crowded and I needed a bell. The Cateye provided a simple solution. Small and easy to use. The best part? I was able to mount the bell upside down on the left side of my bar. Incognito.

      Ringa-ding-ding

      Ding ding

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Good for mountain biking on busy trails. As others have mentioned, this isn't the loudest bell in the world, but I've found that it does a pretty good job on the trails. It's easy to attach to your handlebar or stem and can be attached in a couple different configurations. The bell itself turns on the plastic strap so once you get it on your handlebars you can turn it to get the striker on the right side. The strap seems solid and makes for an extremely fast tool-free setup. Also easy to take this off and on if you need to de-clutter or transfer it to another bike.

      Does it's job

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This bell is nice and small on my handlebar and fits well. It was easy to put on the bike.

      I use this mountain biking and it's plenty loud on the trail. I'm not sure about city riding like another review mentioned.

      Good, but don't expect too much

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I really like this bell, but it won't be for everyone. It's not the loudest. I wanted something minimalist for my road bike, but if you're a big city rider, you may want something a bit more substantial. I also like how it attaches to the handlebar.

      meh

        This is a pretty ordinary bell. The "ding" is so high pitched that only dogs and small children can hear it. The best thing about it, is the way it fits, but ultimately it's overpriced for what it is.

        meow

        • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

        bought this for my bike who is a daily bicycle commuter as well as a crazy cat lady. She uses it daily and likes the cat on the front.