Bikes, cars and vans all have bells or horns to warn people of their presence. But until now, humans only had the sound of their own voice, which, to be honest, is often less than efficient in moving people out of your way. But now, finally, someone has invented a way to warn passerby of your presence in the shrillest way possible.
The Runbell (tagline: “run rings around people”) was invented to help joggers move through city crowds by ringing a small, finger-mounted bell. We imagine it would come in handy while walking through crowds of slow-walking texters and tourists, too.
The bell comes in two colours – gold and “rose gold” – and looks pleasingly like a knuckle duster: