KNOG - Oi Bike Bell - Large
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KNOG - Oi Bike Bell - Large - Four Colours

Regular price $29.95

Bike bells generally look & sound a bit ugly. But why? What if they look sexy and sound like an angel playing a glockenspiel? A bell with a beautiful tone and a remarkable style that embodies a rider’s personality

The Large Oi fits 23.8 to 31.8mm bars e.g. drop bar road bikes and some cruiser /commuters

We also have a Small Oi that would fit a 22.2mm bar

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Try to work out where on your handlebar you are going to place the bell (grips or stem) before you order as you may need a different sized bell

"Oi" : The bike bell that doesn't look like a bike bell from knog on Vimeo

Specifications:

Sound: Numerous prototypes to get the perfect pitch, length of ring, and volume were tested. With a spring-loaded actuator built into the mount, the strike of the bell is firm and fast, allowing a good balance of volume and longevity of sound. Our bell actually has several pitch tones - one core and several supportive higher tones to ensure it's unmistakable and safely heard. To compare it to a musical instrument, where some bells play a single note, Oi plays a chord
Size: Fits Handlebar diameters 23.8 - 31.8mm
Weight: 25g

Mounting the Oi:

1. Take out the Oi and remove the hex bolt using the hex key provided
2. If you have the Large Oi but a 23.8, 25.4, or 26mm diameter bar you’ll need to put the appropriate spacer on your bar to make Oi sit flush. Make sure gap faces straight up. If your bar is 23.8mm, place the rubber tape provided inside the larger spacer
3. Manually open the mouth of the mount, and push over the handlebar if you can, fit it around your cables, there’s a space just for them
4. Position on a cylindrical part of the handlebar that you find comfortable, but is not curved or tapered We think close to the handle/grip, so your thumb can comfortably flick the hammer
5. Screw in the hex bolt, firm enough to prevent any rotation, but don't overtighten (this can affect the sound quality)


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