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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Elizabeth A from Ca
Great bell I have been looking for a long time
Suzanne C from Vermont
Looks sturdier than the copper bells that I have been using. Steel is harder than copper so I am hoping that the clangor doesn't fall out like the copper bells.
Crystal E from Northeastern California
I run my sheep in hilly, brush country, so I use bells to help locate my sheep when I can't see them. I've found that a variety of tones is best. Some carry more distance, some can be heard over the wind better, etc. This particular bell is well made and a good size: big enough to be loud but small enough to not be cumbersome. It has more of a clanging tone than a ring but is not too unpleasant. I expect that this bell will hold up well compared to some I've used as it's made from heavy steel with good welds.