Wireless DoorBell Chime 100M Range 32 Sound Door Bell @ CKB LTD Fulfilled by Amazon £5.75 Delivered
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Wireless DoorBell Chime 100M Range 32 Sound Door Bell @ CKB LTD Fulfilled by Amazon £5.75 Delivered

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Found 21st Mar 2013
This seems a damn good price for a wireless doorbell, with what looks to be very good reviews

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Hot. I need one of these

Thanks

Just bought this. Was just talking to my sister about one yesterday. Great price and free delivery , x

amazon.co.uk/Wir…y_3 - couple of pence cheaper.

These cheapo bells eat batteries and they seem to get worse as they get older. Just replaced mine with a plug in model as batteries ended up lasting 2 weeks.

mtc1

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Wireless-DoorBell-Chime-Range-Sound/dp/B003VZO6UQ/ref=pd_sim_diy_3 - couple of pence cheaper. These cheapo bells eat batteries and they seem to get worse as they get older. Just replaced mine with a plug in model as batteries ended up lasting 2 weeks.



The plug in ones can be just as unreliable too. I know as I have a expensive Byron doorbell at home and at work. I often miss people because the chime hasn't worked.

The good thing about plug in ones is you can have more than one alarm/chime box. Say one upstairs and one in down.
Edited by: "bonnetbasher" 21st Mar 2013

We had a Byron - it was useless. Would be going off all the time, then wouldnt go off when someone was at the door, despite the plug in unit being just on the other side of the door.

Dont expect a £5 one to be any better.

Also had one like this and as mentioned above it eats batteries.Mine also kept going off but found out it was when my neighbor used his car key fob which I thought would have been on a different frequency.

can anyone recommend any decent wireless alarms that don't fail after a few months?- we've suffered from the expensive byron issue. We definitely need at least two receivers and preferably plug in so we don't have to faff with batteries all the time.

PS - these may seem like a good deal, but we tried a similar thing too. Great for a few months then they're pretty useless, even with fresh batteries in both the bell and the chimers.

I bought one of these a while back, it was rubbish, went in the bin.

Replaced with a Friedland plug in, much better.

mtc1

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Wireless-DoorBell-Chime-Range-Sound/dp/B003VZO6UQ/ref=pd_sim_diy_3 - couple of pence cheaper. These cheapo bells eat batteries and they seem to get worse as they get older. Just replaced mine with a plug in model as batteries ended up lasting 2 weeks.



That's the one I have and I've been very pleased with it, had it a couple of years and no problems, unlike the more expensive one I had from Argos that failed within a year.

It does get through batteries quickly, though only a couple of triple A's so not a great expense, just annoying if you don't notice they've run out.

Ordered thanks OP
Had a few wireless Friedland and to be honest they dont last long even with alkaline Duracell batteries.
I'll give one a try for under £6, you never know it may suprise me?

Good price - but be careful to check returns policy.

I bought 4 different wireless / plug in doorbells before finding one that wasn't set off by everyone's car remote fobs or didn't go off by itelf in the middle of the night.
The B&Q snd Yale branded ones were the worst - in the end a non branded one from TradePoint turned out to be the best by far.

Dont know how reliable this one is but seems a decent price

We have a Tchaibo one from Sainsbury's and think its great.

Heat added as I think its a good price.

Be carefull your next door should not buy same as yours

COLD it's wireless.

Same item cheaper at £4.99 delivered 1st class from UK top rated seller:
ebay.co.uk/itm…233

thanks op, ordered, hope sound is good.

Thanks. ordered from Amazon.

Flipd

Same item cheaper at £4.99 delivered 1st class from UK top rated … Same item cheaper at £4.99 delivered 1st class from UK top rated seller:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/180691221233



....only it's £1.09 dearer than this deal doh....

Original Poster

Just installed mine this morning, bell push comes with sticky pad on the back but took this off and fixed it to the door frame with a couple of nails so it's far more secure. The ringer has a large selection of tunes, some with voice!?!?, and it also lights up, t'is very loud which is good. So yep very pleased, just depends on how long the batteries last now.

Btw got my AAA batteries from Argos, 8 x Panasonic Evolta Power Alkaline AAA Batteries for £1.49
argos.co.uk/sta…htm

Deadman

....only it's £1.09 dearer than this deal doh....

The ebay item was £4.99 at the time of the post doh....
And now it's £3.91 more than the dearer price you mention doh....

Anyone had problems with there's? Mine sometimes goes off for no reason.

no problem so far with mine.
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