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Brass Bell Helps Urban Runners Clear The Sidewalks In Front Of Them [Video]

Brass Bell Helps Urban Runners Clear The Sidewalks In Front Of Them [Video]
Design

The stylish accessory is essential for people living in big cities.

Ross Brooks
  • 3 june 2014

Running in urban environments normally involves trying to navigate an onslaught of pedestrians, which can make for a painfully slow pace. As an alternative to shouting, one husband and wife team based in Japan has created Runbell, a wearable brass bell that lets you warn people of your approach. It claims to offer “frustration free urban running,” and comes in all shapes and sizes.

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