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When used for practice by tower ringers, each ringer typically handles one bell, just as in the tower.
But change ringing on handbells is today quite popular in its own right ; and in that context the relevant physical realities of handbells ( compared with tower bells ) have their effect — on handbells each ringer usually handles two bells ( adding considerably to the mental challenge ).
Likewise, a set of handbells often contains considerably more bells than towers ever do — sometimes several octaves ' worth.
Today many record-length peals, including the longest peal ever rung, come from handbell ringers.

1.789 seconds.