1-Tone Chime

A simple, affordable way to bring the class back to attention

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This is the classiest way we know to bring your people back to their seats. Just a gentle tap with the mallet and the 1-tone Chime emits a powerful tone of singular beauty that lasts and lasts. Relax. Refocus. Reenergize.

Cherry finish hardwood, silver rod, mallet. Length: 7.25"

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  • 5
    Lovely and effective!

    Posted by CH2O on Jun 17th 2019

    This is a lovely little chime that gets participant attention.

  • 5
    This was great gift for a friend.

    Posted by benderl@live.com on Dec 8th 2018

    The item is used to call attention after a meal at church

  • 5

    Posted by Amo on Aug 17th 2017

    I use it for trainings and presentations. Has a nice sound.

  • 5
    I would recommend this for a classroom!

    Posted by 4-5 grade teacher on Sep 5th 2016

    At first my students in grade 4-5 said they couldn't hear the chime, so I took out a service bell. They quickly decided they liked the chime better. I especially enjoy the single tone it makes--soft but present.

  • 5
    This chime really works

    Posted by Blg3 on Jun 29th 2016

    I've been wanting a training tool to get the attention of my audience. I like to design sessions with a lot of interactivity and breakout discussion. But once learners get talking with each other, it's hard to get their attention back to me. This chime works perfectly. It's subtle and musical, but persistent. I was amazed at how quickly it silences a room full of people.

  • 5
    1-Tone Chime

    Posted by *m* on Dec 7th 2014

    I let a quiet student make the tone.

  • 5

    Posted by Laurenb on Nov 12th 2014

    Exactly what I was looking for!

  • 5
    A classroom must!

    Posted by retired K teacher on Aug 29th 2013

    I have used this chime for the last 3 years in my Kindergarten classroom. When I retired it got lost in the move and my teammate wanted one. It made a perfect birthday present for her.

  • 5
    just testing again

    Posted by edie2 on Nov 26th 2012

    testing again, because one of our customers wrote to us and said she was not able to complete a review for this product, even though she filled in all the asterisked items.