As a biker, you are familiar with Guardian Bells' legend and why bikers love to hang these bells on their motorcycles. In the biker community, also known as Spirit Bells, or Gremlin Bells, these Guardian Bells offer protection to motorcyclists from evil spirits while on the road. Daniel Smart Claddagh Guardian Bell is the kind of a protective bell you would like to have on your bike.
The Daniel Smart Claddagh Guardian Bell has the following features:
Condition: 100% Brand New and High-Quality
Made of durable pewter
Made in the USA: Phoenix, AZ
Comes with a key ring, a black velvet pouch, and a unique legend card
Dimensions: 1.5” x 1”
Weight: 0.093 lbs.
Small "good luck" bell to protect you from evil spirits on the road
Design: Claddagh - an Irish design of two hands holding a crowned heart that symbolizes friendship, loyalty, and love (the hands represent friendship, the heart represents love, and the crown represents loyalty).
Great gift idea
According to the legend, the evil road spirits will get trapped inside the bell where the constant ringing will drive them crazy, making them lose their grip until they fall to the ground. So, if you've ever experienced some unusual electrical or mechanical problems on your motorcycle, blame it on the gremlins. This is why it is always good to have a good luck charm like Daniel Smart Claddagh Guardian Bell hanging from your bike, or just for the decoration purposes if you don't believe the legend.
To be successfully protected from the evils spirits with this Daniel Smart Claddagh Guardian Bell, there are some 'rules' you should follow:
A Guardian Bell should be given as a gift.A Guardian Bell is "activated" by the gesture of goodwill when a rider gives it to another rider they care about as a gift.
The Guardian Bell should be hanged to the lowest frame of the motorcycle. The legend says that the first thing these evil spirits attach to is the lowest frame of the motorcycles, so hanging your Guardian Bell there will immediately capture them.
You should remove the Guardian Bell if you plan to sell your motorcycle. For the Guardian Bell to keep its power, it is believed that if you sell your bike, but still want to give the bell to the new owner, you should first remove it and then give it as a gift. A Guardian Bell, given without the goodwill of the owner, will lose its evil-spirits-fighting mojo.
If a Guardian Bell is stolen, the spirits go with it. Goodwill is the key to the Guardian Bells' power. So, if someone steals it, the Guardian Bell loses its power… and the karma will do the rest.
Use this perfect opportunity to show your friends or loved ones how much you care by giving them this Daniel Smart Claddagh Guardian Bell as a gift, so they can always stay protected on the road!