Been considering the Knog Oi as your next bike bell purchase?
In case you don't know how it all started...
The Knog Oi started as a Kickstarter campaign and in less than 24 hours, they were able to reach their target.
Seems like a lot of people really liked the idea of this product, right?
You bet so!
Overview of the Knog Oi Bike Bell
Who is the Knog Oi For?
5 Bike Bells that Look Cool and LoudThe Knog Oi Bike Bell is a big hit in the cycling industry.
It’s innovative and gives cyclists new ways to perceive bike accessories.
They’re new, trendy and one of a kind; therefore it’s for anyone who wants to ride their bike in a fresh and sleek kind of way.
Additionally, since they have both small and large sizes, they can be used on mountain, commuter, road and fixed bikes.
At one glance, no one would think that the Knog Oi is bike bell.
For many years, cyclists have to settle for a cheap bike bell, probably made in China placed on their bike.
Fortunately, one of Knog’s co-founder realized this catch and made a campaign on Kickstarter that was funded 30 times than its original funding target.
The Knog Oi Bike Bell features a curved piece of metal over a flexible nylon mount, one that can easily stretch out to be suitable on several handlebars.
To make it ring, this one uses high tensile springs and plastic actuator that hits the metal when pressed.
As I've mentioned above, Knog offers this bell in 4 hues such as copper, black, brass and aluminum.
You probably don’t know, but Knog created about 200 different prototypes and tested several combinations of pitch tones to achieve a good balance of sounds and sufficient longevity of volume.
Size and Mounting
The Knog Oi comes with 2 sizes, so it’ll suit your bike regardless of your handlebar size.
But you'll need to make sure you get the right version.
Mounting it is straightforward. You can simply pop it over your handlebar, tighten it finger tight and your bike bell is good to go. The sound might be affected if it's too tight.
The Geeky Cyclist's Verdict
If you’re after a bike bell, look no further than the Knog Oi.
It’s sleek, stylish and doesn’t look anything like a traditional bike bell.