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Asda wire free led door chime £3.00 instore £7.50 online

£3.00 @ George (Asda George)
Description The ASDA LED door chime is cable free and uses 2 x C batteries to enable it to be positioned anywhere in the home without wiring and is a very attractive modern silver design. Full S…
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7y, 1m agoFound 7 years, 1 month ago
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The ASDA LED door chime is cable free and uses 2 x C batteries to enable it to be positioned anywhere in the home without wiring and is a very attractive modern silver design.

Full Specification
Colour Silver
Brand Asda
Power 2 x 1.5V C batteries
Accessories Included No
Batteries Included No
Battery Type 2 x C
Additional Features LED door chime has attractive modern silver design and there is no wiring required.

these were marked up at £3.00 in my local store but are showing at £7.50 reduced from £15.00 online
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#1
Sounds good what store was this in?
#2
doddza69
Sounds good what store was this in?


You can hear it online?:thumbsup::-D
#3
doddza69
Sounds good what store was this in?


Sinfin, Derby
#4
There is bound to be a 3rd battery - the one in the pushbutton - and they are the expensive bit (ie c/be worth buying a set at £3 just to get that battery for an existing setup?!?!), but from my experience with similar set, that battery will last for a few years

MKD
#5
Great deal - we bought one of these yesterday :)

Has 8 different melodies including the usual 'ding dong' sound, 'it's a small world' and a bunch of dogs barking which I thought was something a bit different!! The unit also has a pretty cool knight-rider style set of LEDs on the front of it which flash up and down when the doorbell is rung.

As for batteries, the main unit takes 2 C size batteries and the push-button takes 1 '2032' size battery (the one that's about the size of a 10p coin) which can be bought in a poundshop or bought for a couple of quid in Asda. :thumbsup:

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