Do you need a bell for you bicycle?
The Incredibell Omnibell may have a strange name, but it is an excellent medium-sized bike bell capable of mounting to handlebars of just about any size (22mm – 31.8mm).
This superb dinging bell comes in one size (34mm in diameter) and one color (silver).
What makes this bell unique is that it mounts to your handlebars with an adjustable band clamp, which makes it capable of fitting around handlebars of a larger dimension. In addition, the bell’s dinger can rotate 360 degrees, allowing you to set the angle at your convenience – making it easy for you to ring the bell with either your thumb or finger.
A beautiful, simple and super-functional bell, the Incredibell Omnimell might just be the perfect bell for you and your bike. Currently retails for $13.00 USD.
My Rating: 10 out of 10
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Review Status: The product featured in this review was sent to me for free for the purpose of this review.
4 thoughts on “Incredibell Omnibell – Bicycle Bell: Product Review”
How quickly does this bell mount and dismount? I have several bikes and I’d like to move it between bikes. Also, there are times when I don’t need a bell.
Hi Steve. This bell actually mounts and dismounts very quickly because there are no screws or bolts needed to fasten it to your handlebars. You simply wrap the rubber strap around your handlebars, lock it in place (much like you would do with a belt) and then ride off. It’s that easy!
Liked your site and your story. Lots will envy you – good on you. Nice review of the Incredibell Omnibell – will you freight it to me in New Zealand, please? If so, what extra cost for freight & packaging please?
Hi Jim, I don’t actually sell the Incredibell products myself. I was just reviewing them here for you. If you want to buy one of the bells, try ordering from this page: https://www.mirrycle.com/form_bells_mirrors.php I don’t know what they charge for International shipping, but if you contact them I’m sure they will help you out or tell you where you can order the product in New Zealand.
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