Status Wireless 16 Channel Door Bell - £4.99 @ Dunelm-Mill
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Status Wireless 16 Channel Door Bell - £4.99 @ Dunelm-Mill

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Found 2nd Feb 2014
Had mine over a month now and it's been perfect. 16 channels to avoid random ringing. Reviews speak for there self.

Although description says batteries not included I can confirm they ARE INCLUDED

Free reserve and collect

Product Info:

Super easy to install, this clever doorchime kit requires absolutely no wiring and has a 50 meter operating range. This doorchime has eight selectable melodies, meaning that you can personalise it to your tastes, whilst its waterproof nature will protect it from the elements. There is also room for a name tag and the portable door chime unit comes with a handy belt clip so you can use it around the home and garden, ensuring that you never miss the doorbell again.

9 Comments

What batteries does this take/come with, home bargains sell what looks to be the same, same price but some odd little battery, so I didn't buy it as I thought that will cost to replace.

Original Poster

antw

What batteries does this take/come with, home bargains sell what looks to … What batteries does this take/come with, home bargains sell what looks to be the same, same price but some odd little battery, so I didn't buy it as I thought that will cost to replace.



Bell: 2 x AA
Button: 1 x CR2032

Get both types in £ shops in multipacks
Edited by: "MrJinxy" 2nd Feb 2014

same price on Amazon but reviews not good

Purchased this last time it was posted on HUKD. I use the dog barking melody as a useful security deterrent. This is the same price I paid on the 8th December last year. All good so far, does not suffer from battery drain as per the cheap Argos one I got via a HUKD in August last year

Random ringing, why does this happen and how can it be avoided?

Thanks reserved it.

Original Poster

pavsingh

Random ringing, why does this happen and how can it be avoided?



It happens because other bells have the same frequency/channel causing yours to ring when they press button. This has 16 different channels it avoid this

MrJinxy

It happens because other bells have the same frequency/channel causing … It happens because other bells have the same frequency/channel causing yours to ring when they press button. This has 16 different channels it avoid this



Many thanks

Tried this after frequent door bells breaking. This one broke after first week. Why are there no "waterproof" doorbells.
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