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  • Yale essentials wire-free door chime
  • Up to 100 m operating wire free range
  • 32 sounds, selectable on door chime with volume control
  • LED notification for when the sound is off
  • Weatherproof push button for outdoor placement
  • Easy to install, wire free for quick and easy installation


The Yale Wire Free Door Chime is simple to operate and install, with a portable chime which can be moved anywhere within a 100m range of the doorbell. The 32 different melodies range from a traditional chime to seasonal favourites, with something to suit all tastes.
The free-standing chime will light up when the doorbell is pressed so you can see when you have a caller, and has volume control on the side - ideal if you want to turn down the volume when the baby is sleeping or if the dog gets excited when the doorbell rings, or turn the volume up when you have a movie on and don’t want to miss the Pizza delivery guy!

Features

Easy set up - Wire free for quick and easy installation
Up to 100m wire free range
32 Audio Melodies
Battery Powered - No wires, no hassle.Easy to replace.
2 Year Guarantee
Weather Proof - Ready for the elements come rain or shine.
Adjustable Volume Control
LED Indicator

Product Specification

Battery operated: 3 x ‘AA’ Chime (required); 1 x ‘CR2032’ (included)
Push button (included)
Range: 100m
Push button weather resistant: IP44
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I wouldn't buy one with a battery-powered receiver. The receiver has to be always-on and so using power all the time whereas the transmitter only needs to transmit when the button is pressed.

Get one with a mains-powered receiver instead. Plenty around.
Edited by: "Megamart" 9th Jun
Is this the new PS5?
Bought a mains one from home bargains for about £6.99

It plugs into the wall socket but I have chosen one which has a socket on the front, so that I can still plug things like the vacuum cleaner into it.

it looks a bit like this

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apur3209/06/2020 20:43

You can always use rechargeable batteries


Indeed. Extra cost for batteries and possibly a recharger which costs more than the doorbell, and downtime while they recharge.

Or just get one with a mains-powered receiver and have none of these issues.

But, whatever.
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Das gut price, ya?
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I wouldn't buy one with a battery-powered receiver. The receiver has to be always-on and so using power all the time whereas the transmitter only needs to transmit when the button is pressed.

Get one with a mains-powered receiver instead. Plenty around.
Edited by: "Megamart" 9th Jun
Megamart09/06/2020 20:05

I wouldn't buy one with a battery-powered receiver. The receiver has to …I wouldn't buy one with a battery-powered receiver. The receiver has to be always-on and so using power all the time whereas the transmitter only needs to transmit when the button is pressed.Get one with a mains-powered receiver instead. Plenty around.


Personal choice I would say
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Edited by: ".MUFC." 9th Jun
apur3209/06/2020 20:23

Personal choice I would say


Absolutely. My personal choice is to not keep feeding it AA batteries in case it dies and you miss a caller, and to plug it into a mains socket and forget about it. Also cheaper in the long run.
Edited by: "Megamart" 9th Jun
Megamart09/06/2020 20:42

Absolutely. My personal choice is to not keep feeding it AA batteries in …Absolutely. My personal choice is to not keep feeding it AA batteries in case it dies and you miss a caller, and to plug it into a mains socket and forget about it.


You can always use rechargeable batteries
apur3209/06/2020 20:43

You can always use rechargeable batteries


Indeed. Extra cost for batteries and possibly a recharger which costs more than the doorbell, and downtime while they recharge.

Or just get one with a mains-powered receiver and have none of these issues.

But, whatever.
I offered and got it for £8.50
Just a wild thought. Does anyone know if this can be linked to a Ring video cam
Thanks. Offered 8.50 and it was accepted. Perfect for my little ones play house!
apur3209/06/2020 20:23

Personal choice I would say


Good advice I would say, had battery one first and now after many batteries I've converted to a mains one, yes if you are already up and running rechargeables in your house this would work other than that go for plug in imo.
Head added for price though..
Edited by: "col11" 9th Jun
ezeh.williams09/06/2020 21:22

Just a wild thought. Does anyone know if this can be linked to a Ring …Just a wild thought. Does anyone know if this can be linked to a Ring video cam


Yeah, bit of glue should do the trick.
Bought a mains one from home bargains for about £6.99

It plugs into the wall socket but I have chosen one which has a socket on the front, so that I can still plug things like the vacuum cleaner into it.

it looks a bit like this

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Good price for known brand.

Personally I'd go for a completely battery free option like this. Did so a couple of years back and it's been great. Only complaint is why they make most of them look so gaudy or stick crap logos on the transmitter.
the problem with battery ones is that when they go, you wont know. unless you make a habit of ringing your own doorbell!
Needed one for a while, thanks op
Megamart09/06/2020 20:05

I wouldn't buy one with a battery-powered receiver. The receiver has to …I wouldn't buy one with a battery-powered receiver. The receiver has to be always-on and so using power all the time whereas the transmitter only needs to transmit when the button is pressed.Get one with a mains-powered receiver instead. Plenty around.


I've got a battery one. lived here 2 years haven't died.

Gone through 2 doorbell batteries though.
i bought one of these last month for my parents as we needed something loud.
I can confirm that this is loud! for the price, you won't find anything better. it is also mobile, so you can move the receiver around if needed. I paid £10 for it, so if you get a chance to get it cheaper, even more value
thefinest110/06/2020 08:55

i bought one of these last month for my parents as we needed something …i bought one of these last month for my parents as we needed something loud.I can confirm that this is loud! for the price, you won't find anything better. it is also mobile, so you can move the receiver around if needed. I paid £10 for it, so if you get a chance to get it cheaper, even more value


Yes mobility is a great option too
Helpful56709/06/2020 22:14

Bought a mains one from home bargains for about £6.99It plugs into the …Bought a mains one from home bargains for about £6.99It plugs into the wall socket but I have chosen one which has a socket on the front, so that I can still plug things like the vacuum cleaner into it.it looks a bit like this[Image]



I saw these on amazon, which was my preferred choice, until a reviewer posted a photo of the unit after they plugged something in to it. it had melted!! is yours ok?
thefinest110/06/2020 09:01

I saw these on amazon, which was my preferred choice, until a reviewer …I saw these on amazon, which was my preferred choice, until a reviewer posted a photo of the unit after they plugged something in to it. it had melted!! is yours ok?


Mine is fine.
Immediately accepted at £8.50. Thanks!
deets09/06/2020 23:06

the problem with battery ones is that when they go, you wont know. unless …the problem with battery ones is that when they go, you wont know. unless you make a habit of ringing your own doorbell!


I do this all the time! Lockdown syndrome...
Megamart09/06/2020 20:42

Absolutely. My personal choice is to not keep feeding it AA batteries in …Absolutely. My personal choice is to not keep feeding it AA batteries in case it dies and you miss a caller, and to plug it into a mains socket and forget about it. Also cheaper in the long run.



I think the point of this one is that it is portable so you can still spend time in your garden on days when you are expecting a delivery,
Make an offer. Immediately accepted £8.50
I made three offers which were instantly declined and hit my limit. Final offer of £4.99
Edited by: "ryh" 10th Jun
Quick delivery with dpd too
Is this the new PS5?
Looks like a PS5....
This looks like the new PS5 lol

gamesradar.com/uk/…es/
Edited by: "Pspvita" 14th Jun
Ok ,offered 8.50, got it for 8.50. My bell is not working so I need something bro. If it is bad it will go to skip. I spent more money on protein bars this week so 8.50 is nothing bro, nothing....todays prices are insanely good or just insane.
At first glance I thought this was a PS5
How do I plug this into my PS5?
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