Collar Tightness—you should be able to slide your hand underneath the collar. But if it's too loose, the collar may come off.
- broken clapper attachments (See replacements above.)
- a “stuck” clapper
- a bell that’s full of mud or grass
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Traci W from Missouri
This bell is well made and has a beautiful tone. The only reason I gave this 4 stars is because I had to put it in a vise so I could bend the hanger loop into a diamond shape (to keep the bell centered) in order to hang it from a chain. Listen up, manufacturers! You need to offer the option of a bell to hang from a chain! Otherwise, this bell is great and the service was quick and efficient also.
Janet R from Florida
I love this bell. I know where my buck is at all times. The sound is distinctive from the other bells. My Nubian Alpine cross buck has no problems with this bell. He is just as playful as always. Only took him 2 days to get used to it.
William C from Ohio
Bell is good but Billy hates it and so does my wife so I removed it.
Teri F from Oklahoma
While I wish it were a little louder, the quality, tone and volume much better than any other new bells I've found lately. Will likely buy another 1 or 2 because whether or not I can hear it from the house, the bells help the goats keep together in brushy terrain.
Carla from New Mexico
These are by far the best bell that I have ever found for the price.