Christmas Crackers - Handbells (Box of 8)

| Handbells

Publisher: Robin Reed
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: This item can only be delivered to UK addresses.
Language: English
Catalogue No: RRGMS788MR

      Christmas Crackers - Handbells (Box of 8) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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      Scores 9.0 out of 10 based on 68 reviews
      9 out of 10


      Wigan GB Christmas cracker buyer
      The bells are tuneful.
      Trying to conduct the ensemble after Christmas dinner was an hilarious challenge.
      All the right notes were played but not necessarily in the right order.
      Reviewer left no comment
      Confirmed purchase: 27 November 2017
      Published on: 26 January 2018
      8 out of 10


      GB Nana ,
      Great fun , for all members of the family
      Reviewer left no comment
      Confirmed purchase: 29 December 2016
      Published on: 18 January 2017
      9 out of 10


      great fun
      Confirmed purchase: 12 December 2016
      Published on: 17 January 2017

      Musicroom Reviews

      The crackers look very appealing and I'm sure will be great fun - will be able to give a better review after Christmas when we have had a chance to play with the bells!!
      Anonymous - (Woking, United Kingdom)
      This was a wonderful idea - we had a lot of fun. The fun was somewhat spoiled by the fact that bell 7 was dreadfully out of tune!
      Anonymous - (Guernsey, United Kingdom)
      Provided entertainment for all ages. The handbells were a novelty, even with the toddlers for the sheer laughing at the grown ups, but will provide musical bells for the kids for many months after. Only downside was the paper used for the overall cracker was too thin, and most of them had ripped before actually getting them on the table.
      Anonymous - (Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
      Bought these to keep younger guests entertained before Christmas dinner and worked a treat. Both musicians and audience enjoyed the experience and all ages from our youngest guest (age 4) to our oldest (84) took part. Handbells are now being used in our local school!
      Anonymous - (Mold, United Kingdom)
      Enormous box - hope the bells are as much fun as the whistles we had 4 years ago!
      Anonymous - (Beauly, United Kingdom)
      Delivery was extremely quick despite severe weather conditions. For any musical family these are a must for Christmas day! We had such fun with them. Not only playing the tunes that are provided, but creating other well known tunes as well. Expensive but well worth it. Great fun - Highly recommended!
      Anonymous - (Lancashire)
      Musique trop typiques anglaises pas assez internationales Manque des chansons française pour une livraison en france
      Anonymous - (Echirolles, France)
      Both this box of crackers, and the other with whistles which we purchased at the same time, look great for our family Christmas. Arrived promptly and in good condition. Looking forward to the grand opening! Thank you
      Anonymous - (Watford, United Kingdom)
      Have bought this box of christmas crackers for next Christmas, so they havent been used yet. However, I purchased this based on the good reviews I have seen. This year I had the crackers with whistles in and we had such a laugh with these, I thought I would splash out on the crackers with bells - I am sure they will be great fun!
      Anonymous - (Crewe, United Kingdom)
      Pulled these at a family lunch with six people including two small boys (aged eight and six). We enjoyed a good hour of fun, swapping bells and conductors. The game was revived later in the afternoon. Excellent entertainment value and aid to digestion. Delivery (next day) excellent as always, despite snowy conditions. Just one caveat - would not recommend for those with perfect pitch as the tuning of two bells was somewhat flat!
      Anonymous - (Gloucester, United Kingdom)
      Great family fun. All bells were in tune I think....I'm not the best judge of such things, But at least the tunes were recognisable.....Kids have used them quite a few times since Christmas
      Anonymous - (Birmingham, United Kingdom)
      I am sure if the crackers are as good as they look and the prompt delivery was, then they would be 5* yet to pull them!!
      Anonymous - (Bideford, United Kingdom)
      These look really good and a lot of fun. By the end of Christmas Day we should have some really good bell-ringers. We hope !!! Brilliant service and delivery.
      Anonymous - (Nottingham, United Kingdom)
      Arrived very quickly despite it being the pre-Christmas period. Extremely well packaged. Although other reviews have put that two of the bells are out of tune we did not find this to be the case. My family had a great time trying to play the tunes and trying to guess what they were. Would recommend. My brother is now practising playing the bells on his own. Watch out Britains Got Talent 2012 :o)
      Anonymous - (Heathfield, United Kingdom)
      Delivery quicker than I expected and crackers very well packed. These were a huge success and everyone round the table on Christmas Day from age 1 to 85 had great fun with the bells and our very poor attempts at being tuneful. We had a guest who makes sound recordings for a living (for CSI, the Mentallist etc.) - eeeek! - but he was impressed and was given them as a gift. Highly recommended.
      Anonymous - (Stirling, United Kingdom)
      These are a really fun idea and the bells are reasonably well made (and much more musical than the whistles version). Unfortunately the accompanying song sheet is inaccurate and following the numbers given does not always give the correct tune. Out of 21 tunes, 9 gave the wrong notes. As these were quite expensive it seems a shame to have got this wrong.
      Anonymous - (Newmarket, United Kingdom)
      nous avons passé un super momment avec ces petites cloches musicales cela a plus a tout le monde vraiment sensationnel avec un peu d'exercice
      Anonymous - (hautefond, France)
      A good idea although two of the bells were out of tune. Guessing what the tune was proved to be just as interesting as playing the bells, possibly because of the bells being out of tune but also because some of the notes were incorrect.
      Anonymous - (Tonbridge, United Kingdom)

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