SILVERCREST Radio Controlled Wireless Doorbell £6.99 at LIDL
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SILVERCREST Radio Controlled Wireless Doorbell £6.99 at LIDL

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Found 20th Oct 2014
36 different tones and 5-level volume adjustment
With 3 signal options - acoustic, visual or acoustic & visual
Includes receiver base for tabletop use and 5 removable name tags
Batteries and mounting materials included
3 year manufacturer's warranty



Available from 27/10
- Andi Keane

26 Comments

mod

Thanks for posting. I’ve added the price to the title.
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If you have an annoying neighbour, get this, take their 1 off the door and put yours in its place. Then when you are sat at home, just press their doorbell at all hours

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Eh buy won't that ring the door bell on your house

Ding Dong.

On most transmitters you can change the channel with a small screw driver, I once did this and got the neighbors channel and kept pressing it one winters night while defrosting the car so i could watch the confusion and sheer panic haha.


xcloose

If you have an annoying neighbour, get this, take their 1 off the door … If you have an annoying neighbour, get this, take their 1 off the door and put yours in its place. Then when you are sat at home, just press their doorbell at all hours



Sometimes there's no need to even do the middle bit........I got my elderly parents a wireless doorbell and when testing it out before attaching the push-button for them, I discoved it rang their neigbours bell anyway I had much fun that day!!! These things have limited frequencies, so there was always a good chance this will happen!
Edited by: "ianidall" 20th Oct 2014

freakstyler

Ding Dong.On most transmitters you can change the channel with a small … Ding Dong.On most transmitters you can change the channel with a small screw driver, I once did this and got the neighbors channel and kept pressing it one winters night while defrosting the car so i could watch the confusion and sheer panic haha.



Yup I had to change the channel on the one I was talking about above to stop it doing the trick out of the packet (well, after I'd had a bit o' fun with it)

Nice bell..

Banned

ding dong

Ours had a terrible habit of interfering with our neighbours. It turns out we were on the same wavelengths or something like that!

I have this very doorbell. It's a versatile unit, but be warned - the receiver gets through batteries like they're going out of fashion, even when not not actually being rang a lot.

Edited by: "WillieGophar" 21st Oct 2014

geraldfitzsimons

ding dong


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On sale from next Monday 27 October me thinks

Wall plug in wireless unit receivers are much better. Cannot remember the last time we had to change the battery in the corresponding door unit.

zippypants

On sale from next Monday 27 October me thinks



Yes i can confirm this is correct

Op can you put this in the title please ?

Doorbells never last, someone always takes it apart.

Real cheap. And never had any issues with stuff bought from Lidl

This is cheap but also looks like cheap tat. This would be no good if you have a relatively large house as there is only one receiver.

jase99

This is cheap but also looks like cheap tat. This would be no good if … This is cheap but also looks like cheap tat. This would be no good if you have a relatively large house as there is only one receiver.



Ooooo, listen at the Lord of the Manor with his mansion. Surely you have a man servant to do your shopping?

A small piece of advice - the 'stickys' that come with most of these things (to attach the push-button to modern upvc doors/doorframes) are rubbish and will last about a couple of weeks.......buy branded stickys (eg from sellotape company) to keep it in place long-term.

mymymy

Doorbells never last, someone always takes it apart.



Move away from Leeds/Sheffield/Manchester is my advice......I understand these are areas where they'd even try to steal your remote doorbell oO

ianidall

Move away from Leeds/Sheffield/Manchester is my advice......I understand … Move away from Leeds/Sheffield/Manchester is my advice......I understand these are areas where they'd even try to steal your remote doorbell oO



I'm down south lol

Reciever eats batteries like nobodies business- they last about 2 weeks tops- i wouldnt get one unless you have a source of cheap batteries and dont mind endlessly changing them

Can anyone tell me how to remove the front part of the bell to change the batteries after installation on the door frame,is there a screw on the bottom ( I can't remember). Thanks

lindy1

Can anyone tell me how to remove the front part of the bell to change the … Can anyone tell me how to remove the front part of the bell to change the batteries after installation on the door frame,is there a screw on the bottom ( I can't remember). Thanks


Yes - there's a small grub screw on the left-hand side of the pushbutton case, and it's VERY fiddly to unscrew and then screw back in

Yeah, I also like this doorbell because of some new tools. This doorbell include some great features that make our life is so easy. It’s always secured our home. i have one of this and Finally,i recommend it for your home.

Guys I can't get mine to synchronise how do you do it
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