Instructions are provided on the back of each bell box and available as a pdf. For more detailed instruction, see the bell install video. The most common error is when initially connecting the bell. Improper attachment prevents the bell from securely mounting and can lead to parts damage.
Our bicycle bells include a promise to be the best now and forever. That means they guarantee them for the life of ownership. Should you ever find your bell isn't performing as expected or would like them to make it sparkle for you, you can just send it back to us for a complete factory overhaul.
Here are just a couple pointers on bell care. Each is built to ring far longer than any bell you've owned before.
TIP 1: When the bells are assembled, they place a small amount of lubricant in the pivot. We've cycled the pivot tens of thousands of times, both dry and lubricated. The difference in wear is minor but just a drop of lube every year is a good idea.
TIP 2: We use stainless steel for most of our bell parts, but the Hammer and Dome use materials chosen for sound quality that will turn color and patina over time. This process is faster in coastal regions and wet weather. If at any point you want to restore some brilliance to your bell, any gentle metal polish will quickly deliver results. We even like using carnauba car wax, which is very gentle but cleans nicely.
TIP 3: Brass is a pretty soft metal. After impacting the Dome over a length of time, the Hammer can leave a little brass mark—more obvious on the black Domes. It's just a little surface deposit of brass and can be removed using a soft rag and metal polish to lightly buff out the spot.
If something is missing in your bell life—perhaps the small or large metal band included with your bell—don't worry. We have more. Click here to visit our parts collection. Of course, if you need anything else, please email email@example.com