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Coghlan's Bear Bell with Silencer

ITEM NUMBER: 400 COGBR0
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Coghlan's Bear Bell with Silencer

The Coghlan's Bear Bell attaches to clothing or pack with a velcro strap. The movement you make while riding will cause a steady ringing to warn animals or nearby hikers of your presence. The magnet inside the bag eliminates any noise.

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No bears yet - Apr 25, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
FORT COLLINS, CO

I bought three- one for me, and two as stocking stuffers. I ride in some fairly remote areas with plentiful wildlife. I haven't seen a bear or other scary animal since using this bell, so it must work. Then again, I never did before purchasing this bell either.

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MUST HAVE - Apr 24, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
los angeles, CA

functional when needed.. magnet silencer works like a charm..

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Better than the other options.. - Apr 09, 2014

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3 out of 5 stars
Orange, CA

I'm on my second one after a couple months, due to the first one ejecting from my bars at some point on a ride. In my experience it's impossible to get it to lock down on your bars with the velcro straps, and they do seem to loosen up. Mind you I pretty much ride on rocky, bumpy trails, so someone who rides more XC-type terrain may not experience the same issue(s) I did. As far as its noise, I don't remember ever coming up behind a hiker or other mountain biker where they didn't hear me coming. After I lost the original one I bought the other one they sell on here that doesn't have a bag, but instead a magnet sewn into a velcro strap. My experience with that was when you removed the magnet from the bell and attached it via the velcro to the tightening strap, the magnet always ended up migrating back down to the bell and silencing it anyway, so IMO the ONLY real option is this one. FWIW, it may seem like it'd be a PITA to get the bell back into the bag as you're riding, but it isn't for some reason. It DOES still make some noise however, but it seemed to bother the people I ride with more than me. I easily tune that kind of crap out lickity split. Bottom line is that I would-and am- buying it again.

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trail essential - Sep 29, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
simi valley, CA

Most of my rides are on the weekend a.m. which is usually peak time on the trail. Me and all my friends ride with these a good way to alert hikers.

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