Best Hand Percussion Jingle Bells in 2020



Augshy 20 Pcs Wrist Band Jingle Bells Musical Rhythm Toys,10 Colors,Musical Instruments for School Review:


I am a public librarian who does tons of programs for babies, toddlers and preschoolers, and whose library is undergoing a renovation and expansion. Most of my materials are packed in storage offsite, and sadly, somehow our musical instruments and scarves ended up in the wrong place. I ordered these as a stopgap to use as programming instruments. They have been a huge success. The band colors are pretty. The Velcro makes them great for little ones' hands or as ankle bells for my babies. And, the sound is very pretty...clear, not tinny. I will buy more of these in the future.



POPLAY Band Wrist Bells,12 PCS Review:


Very nice product. my only caution: I ordered them because an adorable two-year old girl desperately wanted a pink one and a purple one, and the photo description showed both pink and purple. But what was delivered, right on time, were two orange, two blue and two red. it turns out that the colors, in pairs, are selected at random. So, if you have a little girl or boy who loves a specific color, and you can afford to do so, consider ordering the twelve-pack, which has two-each of six different colors, including pink and purple. I did so, and all is well, and the extras were donated to the music teacher.



Rhythm Band 8 Note Metal Hand Bells - Set of 8 Review:


I suddenly needed handbells to play for an outdoor service, needed a few bells fast (about 3 days!) and cheap. I thought I would take a chance on these, as there was no other way to get bells - if these wouldn't work, I would be stuck with using my guitar to set pitches, and just going from there. Given the price, I thought it was a HUGE chance!

But I LOVE these bells! They arrived in 3 days (I did go back and order the 5 bell chromatics to complete the 13 bell set)
The handles are durable, and reasonably sized for me to ring 3 in one hand. The tone is not that of a good brass handbell, but it is quite good and musical, the pitch seems reasonably accurate, and they are quite loud. I had a group of about 40 people outdoors, with me and my bells behind, there was plenty of volume.

I am not a percussionist, I am not a ringer. For that matter, I don't know if I have ever even handled handbells before. I know I have never played them. But I had no trouble getting good single rings from mine, even holding a three-note chord (open fifth and octave) in one hand, and a single bell (5 of 5) in the other. I found that if I limited my one hand to 2 bells, I could reasonably well "stop" one bell with a finger, letting the desired bell ring, but our chant did not call for that so I didn't practice it up.

I think these bells would be great for their intended use for children, a quality instrument that is not down-graded into a toy. And yet I expect them to be reasonably durable -time will tell for that.

For adults, I do not know how well the mechanics of playing translate to more traditional bells, they might be identical, or perhaps not. I have no standard of comparison due to my ignorance. But I think the full octave of 13 bells might find a use or two (I wish there was a second octave available, I would probably place the order today.



Adorox Silver Steel Hand Bell Loud Call Bell Alarm (2 Pcs. Set) Review:


I bought this bell for my mother who is bed ridden and it's been a huge help. The bell she was using just wasn't loud enough for anyone to hear but this one is made really well, is plenty loud, and has a very pleasant sound. It is also easy to use and doesn't require much strength to ring it. I highly recommend this bell if you are looking for one.



Adorox Silver Steel Hand Bell Loud Call Bell Alarm Review:


I bought this bell for my mother who is bed ridden and it's been a huge help. The bell she was using just wasn't loud enough for anyone to hear but this one is made really well, is plenty loud, and has a very pleasant sound. It is also easy to use and doesn't require much strength to ring it. I highly recommend this bell if you are looking for one.



Adorox Gold Steel Hand Bell Loud Call Bell Alarm (1 Pc. Gold Bell) Review:


I bought this bell for my mother who is bed ridden and it's been a huge help. The bell she was using just wasn't loud enough for anyone to hear but this one is made really well, is plenty loud, and has a very pleasant sound. It is also easy to use and doesn't require much strength to ring it. I highly recommend this bell if you are looking for one.



DomeStar Hand Bell, 2PCS Call Bell Wedding Bell Dinner Bell Golden and Pewter Classroom Bell for Kid Review:


For jingle bells these are not overly loud, not as much as I was expecting. The set is great and my kiddos are really enjoying playing with them. My only complaint is that I keep finding little small bits of metal (like little round shards) that seem to have come off the bells. So far it's only a few and they haven't been a problem for us, but if you have younger children who put everything in their mouth it could be an issue.



Adorox Silver Steel Hand Bell Loud Call Bell Alarm (4 Pcs. Set) Review:


I bought this bell for my mother who is bed ridden and it's been a huge help. The bell she was using just wasn't loud enough for anyone to hear but this one is made really well, is plenty loud, and has a very pleasant sound. It is also easy to use and doesn't require much strength to ring it. I highly recommend this bell if you are looking for one.



Jingle Bells 25 Sleigh Bells Christmas Bells Review:


So my friends and I started running some trolley pub crawls during the Christmas season and we needed some way to alert people when it was time to leave the bar, hence the need for some bells. I went out shopping for supplies one day with my friend, Mike with the hair. We call him "Mike with the hair" because he obviously has a distinctive hair style that he maintains with sea salt. In fact, his style is so distinctive that he convinced another friend of mine (Jeff with the eye lashes) to also get in on the sea salt game. You see, my friends are highly open to suggestion. For instance, I got a leather-ish coat once and everyone complimented me the first time I wore it. A week or so later, my friend Dennis went to the mall with Mike with the hair and Handlebar Tom, and they all saw a leather coat that resembled mine. Although he was full of it, Mike with the hair persuaded Dennis that if Dennis didn't buy the coat he would. Dennis being Dennis dropped the money on the coat out of a fear of missing out (i.e. "FOMO"). Unfortunately for Dennis, once everyone saw him wearing the coat next to me, he got roasted so bad that he returned the coat the next day. I digress; back to the bells. So Mike with the hair and I are walking around looking for bells the day of our first trolley tour. The best we could find was some weird solo bell that doubled as either a butt plug or wine bottle cap, not sure which. Either way, it was weak and ineffective - I blame Mike with the hair for not recommending something else. After being chastised by our "friends," I decided I needed to upgrade our bell game. Enter, the Jingle Bells. They worked rather well, aside from the fact the little bells fall off to easily on account of being glued. Even though the functionality is questionable, I am giving 5 stars on account of the fact the bells can double as a weapon should anyone step out of line.
P.S. Dennis saw the review and got a bit salty. He wanted to let it be known that it was in fact Slick Rick, and not Handlebar Tom that advised him to get the coat in conjunction with Mike with the hair. He attributes my mistake to me being "old and dull." So apparently Dennis follows the fashion trends of old and dull people....either that or his FOMO is greater than we ever imagined.