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hi I've been looking at wireless doorbells and seen some you can get for £10 in cheap shops but I've seen Honeywell DC313N although bit pricey at £34 is it worth going for an expensive one like this. … Read More
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2m, 3w agoPosted 2 months, 3 weeks ago
hi I've been looking at wireless doorbells and seen some you can get for £10 in cheap shops but I've seen Honeywell DC313N although bit pricey at £34 is it worth going for an expensive one like this. I've heard some people say wireless ones don't always work
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2m, 3w agoPosted 2 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
We have:
Wireless Doorbell, JETech Portable Wireless DoorBell Chime Plug-in Push Button with LED Indicator Over 50 Chimes, No Batteries Required for the Receiver (White) - 2122 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0129TILTG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_VNsJybC0PTWCK
Just the job
#2
Bought one from Lidl £6.99 , excellent , has a three year guarantee ,
#3
i got a lolytron 1 its been goin strong for 2 years i wud buy again never had a problem
#4
Seen some in home bargains, £4.99. Although I can not vouch for how reliable they are, Ive just seen them
#5
Got ours on Thursday in Clas Ohlsen closing down sale from £10 down to £6. Choice of tunes, tones, dog barking etc. Sends its own signal to set up receiver when you remove plastic over included battery. Good range but I quickly realised you want the receiver by your front door anyway so it can be heard outside - otherwise the caller doesn't know if bell works so they bang as well :(((
Also, kid's choice of "it's a small world" may get old pretty quick. It plays a whole verse!
#6
I got one from home bargains, works just fine with lots of door bell sound options.
#7
i find none of them like cold or very wet weather.
#8
i bought mine from ebay: item number 271862444331, £7.95 for two receivers

no complaint in the year ive been using it


Edited By: cw018666 on Jan 29, 2017 11:33
#9
bracey100
i got a lolytron 1 its been goin strong for 2 years i wud buy again never had a problem
i also have a lloytron one, and its never missed a beat. infact im on my second one now as we lost the first one in a house fire :-( about 12 quid on ebay :-)
#10
My mum got one from Wilko's, less than a tenner, works absolutely great, no problems, variable sound so she can hear it in the garden, quite nice tunes and unlike her old one, doesn't keep going off when nobody has rung the bell!

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