Knog Oi Classic Bike Bells
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- Fits bars 23.8mm - 31.8mm diameter
- Aluminium with Nylon mount & acctuator
- Nylon clamp with hex screw to secure bell to your bike. Just pop it over, give it a quick tighten up, and you're good to go. No sliding down the handlebars, no dismantling and re-assembling.
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Bike bells generally look & sound a bit ugly. But why? What if they looked sexy & sounded like an angel playing a glockenspiel? The bells fit on almost all cylindrical bars. The Small Oi is best for the common 22.2mm bar, and with the "spacers" that come in the pack, the Large Oi is for all bar sizes up to 31.8mm. The Oi will also work on any aero bar with a 16mm cylindrical section (usually near the stem). FEATURES STYLES: Brushed Aluminium, Black, Brass, Copper CABLE MANAGEMENT: Built into the shape of the Oi mount is a cable management system. So not only does it allow the bell to look and sound uninterrupted, it also helps gather your cables (for the organiser inside us all)
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The problem is the 'ding'. When it works it's a bit, well, discreet. Kind of hard to hear. Which, sonorous though it may be, makes it sub-optimal when it comes to attracting attention and warning people you're approaching.
Worse than that, the thing you ping (the dinger) is a bit of a dud. It gets brushed and bumped quite easily and when it does it has a bad habit of getting stuck in a funny position. So when you ping the dinger what comes out is a bit of a donk.
So, great design and I want it to work. But it needs to be louder and dinger needs to be up to the job of being pinged...
The ring is nice but every time I ring it, the springs rattle and kill the bell ring. It's not worth the cost, a no brand version of this bell would've done the same job for less than half the money I paid for a genuine version!
However, the trigger that rings the bell broke in the few weeks that I've owned it. The trigger now sits too far back to ring the bell. It's about as good as not having a bell at all. Which makes me think that it's just not built to a very high standard. I may have to return to using those simpler bells that don't look quite as nice simply for fear of another knog bell breaking on me.
I've had mine for three months, and today it decided to die. As others have said, the bot you flick back is too springy and as a result mine now doesn't ring at all.