Basic Beat BBWB4 Wrist Bells

Brand: Basic Beat

Item: #204138
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$3.50

MSRP: $6.99

Our Perspective

In my early childhood music classes, the students love these bells!  They can be attached to wrists or a small ankle, and the kids come up with the most creative ways to move in order to get the bells to ring!  They can be used for creative movement, to play along to music, or to just shake and have fun!  -Jenny

Description

These wrist bells feature four bells securely attached to a colorful nylon strap with a velcro closure.  Attach to a child's wrist or ankle and watch them come up with different ways to set the jingles in motion!

  • Sold individually
  • Colors will vary
  • Ages: 3 years and older

Reviews

3.0 (based on 4 customer reviews)

Conversation

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Why did you choose this?
West Music Store
Durability
Wozunk-Hester P on Nov 7, 2013
Good for use in therapeutic settings for people who cannot hold instruments. Very useful and they have a gratifying sound!
Chance S on Dec 7, 2012
Durability
Wozunk-Hester P on Nov 7, 2013
Good product. I try to add a couple each time.
Karen M on Jul 15, 2013
Good for use in therapeutic settings for people who cannot hold instruments. Very useful and they have a gratifying sound!
Chance S on Dec 7, 2012
Work with people with disabilities that have limited grasping abilities
Jennifer B on Nov 27, 2012
Great gift for preschoolers to give as a pair.
Janice B on Oct 23, 2012
I chose it for a student with very limited mobility who wants to participate in band.
Lorrie B on Oct 16, 2012
good grief how could I say "no" to Jingle bells!
Allegra B on Aug 3, 2012
size and sound
Myers C on Jun 28, 2012
for special needs kids
Darlene C on May 26, 2012
I do a Native American unit and wanted bells for students to wear while dancing. Good price. I like the velcro closure.
Douglas C on May 25, 2012
they look the same as the Hohner ones and they are less expensive.
James K on Apr 24, 2012
easy, good for people that have trouble with fine motor skills
Jennifer C on Feb 9, 2012
Need these every year
Carol K on Dec 8, 2011
gift for a special needs child using music therapy
Heidi W on Nov 30, 2011
For use with my music therapy clients: children and adults with developmental disabilities, including autism.
Jessica E on Nov 27, 2011
I like the adjustable wrist bracelets.
Christine G on Nov 13, 2011
For people who don't have the ability to grasp a shaker or mallet, these wrist bells create sound easily. I also used them in training my dog to ring a bell when he needs to go outside.
Gwendolyn K on Sep 19, 2011
Good product. I try to add a couple each time.
Karen M on Jul 15, 2013
Work with people with disabilities that have limited grasping abilities
Jennifer B on Nov 27, 2012
How long are the straps?
A shopper on Jul 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They are approximately 8" long.
The price is for two wrist bells or for one of them?
Maria pilar N on Jul 9, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The price listed is for one wrist bell.
Do you know if these bells are lead free?
Mandy S on Jun 1, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I don't know, but I will say that they weren't quite the quality I was looking for....they are a bit smaller than ones I already had, and rusted when sanitized.

Good luck!
do you sell these in bulk? by the dozen?
Monica C on Oct 12, 2012
BEST ANSWER: These wrist bells do not have an available quantity discount rate.
Are these big enough to fit around an adult's wrist/ankle??
A shopper on Apr 30, 2012
BEST ANSWER: These will fit snugly around an average sized adult wrist, but probably not an ankle.
About when do you expect to get more of these in?
A shopper on Dec 6, 2011
BEST ANSWER: We expect these wrist bells to be available in mid to late January.
Could you please let me know who the manufactuer of these wrist bells is? Also, are they fastened with rivets and do they carry some kind of warranty as far as bells falling off? I am looking to order about 100 total.

Thanks!
Terry
T C on Nov 28, 2011
BEST ANSWER: The West Music wrist bells are one of our proprietary products, so they are not associated with a brand name manufacturer. We do have them tested for quality and safety; however they are for ages 3 years and older, so not appropriate for infants or toddlers. Additionally, as with all of our products unless otherwise noted, they are musical instruments and not toys. We do stand behind our products, and we work hard at making sure they meet our customers' expectations. If for some reason you do experience any quality problems with them we will be glad to offer you an exchange for a like or different product, or a refund if that is your preference.

The bells are indeed fastened on with rivets. If you have further questions, please give us a call at 1-800-397-9378 or send an email to service@westmusic.com
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