Lezyne Classic Shallow Brass Bell

Lezyne Classic Shallow Brass Bell
Lezyne Classic Shallow Brass Bell
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Classic Shallow Brass Bell by Lezyne
Lezyne has a knack for clean aesthetics, so we should hardly be surprised by the elegant touch its designers gave on the Classic Shallow Brass Bell. It works just like its more cylindrical sibling, but with a modern, low-profiled design. The Classic Shallow Brass Bell mounts easily by securing its machined metal base to your bar with a flexible O-ring that can accommodate aero and round bars alike, and features a slim pad on the bottom to protect the metal base from scratching your bars. The bell is easy to use by giving the brass striker a flick, sounding a loud ring to alert others of your presence.

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SKU: LED006M
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