Coghlans Bear Bell With Magnetic Silencer Hiking Safety Survival Attack Dog Bell

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Backpackers Bear Bell With Magnetic Silencer Safety Survival Attack By Coghlans Brand New!
This great bell is multi purpose, attaches to clothing or pack with velcro strap.
Protect yourself, children and pets from dangerous animals.
In the bag, the magnet eliminates any noise to warn bears and animals of your presence.
Out, movement will cause a steady ringing to warn animals to your presence.

Features:
* Can be used as a decorative ornament
* Great for camping or hiking.
* High quality
* Attaches to clothing trekking poles, or pack with a velcro strap.
* Movement causes a steady ringing to warn animals of your presence.
* Magnetic strap eliminates noise when not in use.
* Measure approximately 1.5 inches in diameter
* Available colors: yellow, blue and red.
Please let us know which color you prefer when making the payment.
Otherwise we will choose for you

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.9 ounces
  • ASIN: B0049PJ5W6
  • Item model number: 757

Customer Reviews

"DON’T LEAVE HOME WITH IT."

 on June 30, 2016
By Solfan
Last week hiking in the woods down an overgrown dirt road [Warren County, NJ], I heard some snorting and rustling ahead somewhere off the right side… sounded like a horse or something…

Not Just For Bears – Dogs Love Them Too

 on May 3, 2018
By John Huff
This little bell as many uses. We have used several of these on our packs as we hiked the Adirondack Mountain trails to announce our presence to the wildlife. Recently we had one of our beloved dogs go blind. He refused to give up his role as Pack defender and would follow the rest of our dogs on the trail…often bumping into things along the way. We noticed that he would follow the sound of the BEAR BELL when he lost his bearings. We ordered a few more and attached them to the sighted dogs. He now has his “job” back and trots alongside the rest of the Pack. Everyone is amazed to learn that he is blind.

Everyone Knows Bears Hate Bells, They Love Fried Chicken

 on October 21, 2016
By Knights Of Ren Disciple
Worked perfectly as intended. This was recommended to me by a few Smoky Mountain National Park Rangers. My wife and I went on our honeymoon to the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee during the height of Black Bear season. Were we crazy? Yes definitely, but that wasn’t stopping us. We bought the Bear Bell with the intention of attracting bears (kidding), but sadly they appeared nowhere in sight.

Works well for my purpose.

 on August 5, 2017
By Alex P
I use this bell for mountain biking. I keep it attached to my handle bars so that it can alert others that may be on the trails to my presence.

We saw so many types of bear bells and it was extremely handing to have the silencer when we were on shorter walks in more public areas but then we could easily pull it off when we went on our long …

 on August 24, 2017
By Megan Hoth
Just got back from a two week hiking trip in the national parks with this. The little bag it comes in with the magnetic silencer makes all the difference! We saw so many types of bear bells and it was extremely handing to have the silencer when we were on shorter walks in more public areas but then we could easily pull it off when we went on our long hikes in the back country.

Would be nice to have a color drop down choice menu on …

 on December 4, 2016
By Amazon Customer
Worked as advertised. Haven’t been out to use them, and also have only had them for a week. I did forget to specify the color when buying and got two blue ones. Would have preferred yellow for any added visibility. Would be nice to have a color drop down choice menu on purchase instead of having to remember to add to the gift instructions.

Too fine.

 on February 27, 2016
By LastCoonassStanding
This is the best bear warning available. No bear would dare approach a dog sounding like a herd of Clydesdales running through the snow. One ‘tip’ is to gorilla glue the Velcro because it does seem to loose grip in cold, wet, deep snow. The magnetized sheath does dim the ding-a-ling, but it is best to just make sure it grips tightly. So, gorilla glue the Velcro, slide it off and on the collar and have a great hike. It works and also makes you smile.

Loud and easy to use

 on May 3, 2013
By Keooh
There are differing points of view about whether or not bear bells actually deter bears. As a woman camping alone, I got it to attach to the zipper of my tent – if anyone tries to unzip it – I’ll hear it! The bell is plenty loud, and I like the nifty silencer.

About William Douglas

My passion is to teach what was passed down to me – the skills of self-sufficient living. Some call it survival or prepping. I call it wisdom. And my goal is to convey my wisdom and knowledge in a way that is doable for the average person.

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