It's not the loudest bell I've owned, but it's easy to attach to all my bikes that came without bells. Attachment strap is essentially a wide zip tie, so it fits anything though it's hard to get it super snugged up. The three I've used have stayed where I put them, so I'd say the fits-anything flexibility more than outweighs the fastening system.
Two of these went on my daughters' bikes, and they love them though they might be happier with something fancier instead of plain black. A good bell and a great buy.
It's ok. It really needs a rubber strip between bell & bars to keep it from rotating when you press the lever. The zip-tie-style attachment just doesn't tighten up that well. And the ding isn't so great either. Better than nothing, and not a $50 Spurcycle. Somewhere in between.
If you ride in a densely populated area, a small bell like this helps with safer passing of pedestrians and other cyclists. No one ever responds to my voice, but the bell gets everyone's attention...The Incredibell's retention strap fits around wide bars (31.6mm wrapped in tape) with no trouble. Removing it is a little tricky-just depress the ratchet with a ball point pen tip. Hitting the bell lever is an awkward gesture from the top of the handlebars, it would be better ergonomically if the lever moved horizontally instead of vertically, so you could pull in with your thumb without rotating your wrist. Despite these little issues, the Incredibell is well worth its XX price tag.
Looked everywhere for a bell that would fit my larger diameter handlebars...this one is super adjustable, easy to mount in a variety of locations, and sounds great. The black color is nice as well. Great bell, and great buy.
Installs so easily, right where I want it on my handlebar. I bought two - 1 for my touring/commute bike and 1 for my road bike. For my road bike, I needed something super-lightweight and small (you know, the weight thing!). This fills the bill. No frills, just a great little bell.