We think that our bells are some of the best cowbells being produced today. We've had years since we first introduced our cowbells to refine and update our process. From machining techniques to overall durability, we are confident that our bells will stand the test of time.
Where are BattleBells Made?
BattleBells are hand-made in the great state of Mississippi.
Can BattleBells be engraved?
Yes! We mill our engravings which allow for a deeper, richer engraving. For powder coated bells, we can also do a dual color engraving if requested through our contact form.
What are the bell dimensions?
Our Original BattleBell stands at 11" tall with the handle attached. The M10 is just as rugged, but stands slightly smaller at 10" tall with the handle attached.
What is TIG welding?
Tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding, also known as Gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), is an arc welding process that uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode to produce the strongest, highest quality weld possible. This technique is one of the most complex forms of welding and takes years of experience to master.
How do the interchangeable handles work?
These handles are equipped with hardened steel inserts which easily screw on to the bell body creating an unsurpassed grip and eliminating handle splitting issues. The metal ferrules are made from heavy gauge, special kiln drawn steel and are zinc-plated to prevent corrosion.
How soon are BattleBells shipped?
Our bells are finished to order. For craft time, we usually use 4-6 days to finish your order after it has been processed, we inspect the quality and ship out the order to you which usually arrives within 2-3 days depending on the shipping method you choose.
Can BattleBells be shipped internationally?
Yes. BattleBells are shipped worldwide. Please contact us prior to ordering if your order requires shipping outside of the continental USA.
What do I do if my bell breaks?
Please fill out our repair form. You will need to ship the bell to us with a description of the issue. Once it is repaired, we will return the bell back to you.