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Cable free door chime £2.15 @ ASDA instore
Cable free door chime £2.15 @ ASDA instore

Cable free door chime £2.15 @ ASDA instore

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ASDA cable free door chime

Reduced from £8.50 to £4.25 but scanning at £2.15 can't be bad at that price.

- easy to install, no wiring required
- 8 selectable melodies
- up to 50 metres operating range
- 16 operating codes to prevent interference
- waterproof bell push
- portable door chime unit

Batteries:
- door chime: 2 x 1.5v AA (not included)
- bell push: 1 x 3v CR2032 (included)

26 Comments

Original Poster

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Ding Dong!

ring a ding ding

Hot, had ours for 4 years now, bell unit has only been replaced twice and the chime unit once.

Local or national ??

How many were there on the shelf EP?

You're store is a few miles from me

What melodies does it play?

Original Poster

Ding Dong (2 times) as well as barking, westminster, twinkle...

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Original Poster

Ashburnham1

Local or national ??



I don't know, check your asda store.

Original Poster

subliminalaura

How many were there on the shelf EP?You're store is a few miles from me



About 20. On the shelf was price £4.25, so probably they are still on the shelf.

If i bought 2 of these can i use 2 press bells to one of the chime units? As we use the front and back doors....

If i bought 2 of these can i use 2 press bells to one of the chime units? As we use the front and back doors....

Banned

Yes as long as the same channel is selected on all 3 units

Banned

Avon lady

Bought one of these last year. It rang every time the folk across the street opened their electric garage door, when a police car went by, and when a plane flew over - we live in Reading so are under the Heathrow flight path at certain times. It also interfered with our wireless burglar alarm. Didn't get much sleep and the batteries didn't last long. But it worked fine as a doorbell and at this price it is worth a punt if you can avoid the problems I had.

Local.

ifrazalam

Yes as long as the same channel is selected on all 3 units



I agree. But you might want to know which door to answer, so using both full sets with different chimes could be helpful. Also, if you stick with a single chime, they are small so not the loudest and you might find having them in different parts of the house is worthwhile. So some folks might find it useful to have one button and two chimes.

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raybarclay

Bought one of these last year. It rang every time the folk across the … Bought one of these last year. It rang every time the folk across the street opened their electric garage door, when a police car went by, and when a plane flew over - we live in Reading so are under the Heathrow flight path at certain times. It also interfered with our wireless burglar alarm. Didn't get much sleep and the batteries didn't last long. But it worked fine as a doorbell and at this price it is worth a punt if you can avoid the problems I had.



I saw it there
http://direct.asda.com/Asda-Door-Chime/001125536,default,pd.html#BVRRWidgetID

I testing it second day and everything is fine so I thing someone had broken item.

ElectricalStorm

I saw it … I saw it therehttp://direct.asda.com/Asda-Door-Chime/001125536,default,pd.html#BVRRWidgetIDI testing it second day and everything is fine so I thing someone had broken item.



They replaced my first one and I had the same problems so I think it is related to wireless interference and just depends on your environment.

raybarclay

They replaced my first one and I had the same problems so I think it is … They replaced my first one and I had the same problems so I think it is related to wireless interference and just depends on your environment.



I have a cheap £8 similar to this and it gets inference from a neighbour's doorbell, so I changed the frequency on mine, touch wood now its fine. Look for the jumper connectors in your bell then change it, hopefully that will eliminate the problem.

goldmax2 hours, 20 minutes agoREPLY #15
Avon lady


Avon lady is pregnant so she will be ringing the bell no more Yes Max factor:p

Full price 8.50 in Brighton Asda.

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Scanned at £8.50 in my local ASDA.

If this is the barcode from the £2.15 version that has been posted, then it may be old stock because the ones on the shelf in my store had a different barcode number to the one posted above.

Edited by: "NCIS" 16th Aug 2012

ElectricalStorm



Ha ha! Typical HDUK user.

19 items on the receipt, two come to £4.30 that means the other 17 items are 10p each
Edited by: "fwog" 16th Aug 2012

fwog

Ha ha! Typical HDUK user. 19 items on the receipt, two come to £4.30 that … Ha ha! Typical HDUK user. 19 items on the receipt, two come to £4.30 that means the other 17 items are 10p each


lol, well spotted - although you may need to check your maths a touch...

Original Poster

still 3 on shelf in ASDA LONDON EDMONTON
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