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Knog Oi Luxe Bike Bell

$39.99

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Why We Like The Oi Luxe Bike Bell

Sometimes a bell is more courteous than shouting out ahead on the trail, and that's where the Oi Luxe Bike Bell comes in. It features a low profile design and a CNC machined ringer with excellent tonal quality so we'll always be heard.

  • A low profile bike bell for commuting, road, or mountain biking
  • CNC machined ringer and brass dinger have a great tonal quality
  • Fits around handlebars rather than up or out
  • Available in silver, brass, or black
  • Small version fits 22.2mm handlebars
  • Large version fits 23.8-31.8mm handlebars
  • Item #KNG001J

Material
[dinger] brass, [shim] vegan leather [body] stainless steel
Recommended Use
commuting, road, mountain
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

California Proposition 65

Warning:

This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 5

On 5 of my bikes now

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size

Great little bell with a classic sound and tasteful aesthetic. Not the loudest but that's likely a product of the shape and smaller surface area that can vibrate, which is a trade-off I will take. It's slim profile doesn't clutter up my handlebars which is especially nice on my sleek road bike aero-bars and also my already tech-heavy mountain bike handlebars.

>Rating: 3

Good, but has a couple flaws

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I love the form factor. SO small on the bar, barely visible. I got plenty of compliments at the trailhead "wait...is that a bell?" it snaps onto the bar positively and is easy to install. The piece of leather keeps the bar from being scratched which is a nice touch. I've crashed several times with the bell on the bar and it hasn't been ripped off or scratched even, so the form factor clearly has a function. The downsides are a bit more glaring though. First is the volume. Its just not loud enough. No matter how hard you pull back the striker the sound stays the same. I have made sure the bell isnt contacting the grip or shifter or anything else that would mute its sound. The second thing is the spring on the striker lever wears out, so now its just loose and when I go downhill it rattles and rings constantly. Yes I know I said I crashed a bunch above, but I made sure the lever wasn't damaged. Its just worn out. If I wanted that, I would have bought a timber bell.

>Rating: 5

Good sound, nice design

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size

This has worked for me while riding on dirt trails. So far the people have been able to hear it. Nice sleek design.

>Rating: 1

Little piece of shite

Little piece of shite should be easy to attach. The little freaking bolt doesn’t screw back in and everything just falls off as I’m trying to put this spec into my bike. I got the 22mm and it fits where I’m placing it. But again. The little screw won’t thread and it keeps dropping and then I lose it and scrounge around on the floor. Pissed. And annoyed. Finally taped it together and used two hands. Installed but NO ONE can hear the bell. I ding ding ding on the trail and per my husband he hears nothing, which makes sense as no one seems to move when I ding. The bell sounds loud to me but I guess it has no range.

>Rating: 2

Pretty; but also pretty useless

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Looks great. B it it fails on so many levels. Good - fits between brake lever and grip on MTB if you use a single clamp system. So Easy reach Bad- No matter how far you pull the lever back the volume stays the same. Volume stinks. Fine if the trail is dead silent. But if you plan to use to warn trail riders or runners you are coming it’s useless. They won’t be able to hear it Double/ triple pulls defeat the ding. You can’t ding-ding-ding in a row. The subsequent strikes mute the bell. So urgent alerts actually do the opposite... it silences the bell Overall a complete waste of $. This will be given to my kiddo for their kids bike so they can make noise. Going back to my old standard Crane e-ne bell

>Rating: 5

Cute, Loud, Small and Cute

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

It's super low profile and the mechanical ringer is a nice change from all the plastic ringers on most bells. It also seems to make it louder. I've actually started buying these as gifts for friends.

>Rating: 4

Cool Little Bell

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I've had better, but I still dig this thing. Loud enough sound and has been pretty durable so far. Grabbed a couple of these for the bikes. I still prefer the Spurcycle bells but this thing is pretty rad too.

>Rating: 4

Oi Luxe Bike Bell

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Pros: Good quality, loud enough, relatively low profile Cons: Price

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