Vibration Wireless Doorbell Operating at 500-feet Range with Over 52 Chimes
Weight: 4.8 oz.
Source: Product provided by the manufacturer for review
- Wide range of 52 music optional, including dingdong, welcome and alarm etc. 4 level sound volume control, range of 25-85db
- No external AC power supply, Power source 2 *AAA Battery(not included), Vibrate receiver with belt hanger available, easy for carry along
- Receiver with on/off button, music and volume button
- Operating range of over 500 feet. (over 900 feet in open area)
- Easy Installation, Perfect for Hearing Impaired or Noisy Environments
Review: I have mixed feelings on this doorbell. To begin with, the instructions were written in an extremely small font and were sorely lacking in detail. According to the description, there are 52 ring-tone selections but you just have to scroll through them to find out what they are – there is no tune listing. And if you hear one you like but pass through to hear others, you have to go back through them all to find it again.
The tones are nothing spectacular – they sound like someone is sitting at an old electronic keyboard hitting one note at a time – but the selection is broad. While scrolling through, I heard Christmas songs (Jingle Bells, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen), jaunty songs (Yellow Rose of Texas), hip-hop music and, my choice, a plain ding-dong. The doorbell also vibrates, which is great for someone who’s hearing impaired and might wear the receiver using the included belt clip. For my own house, I wish it could be turned off. I hang the receiver on my wall and the vibration drives me batty.
I’m not sure it’s worth the $21.99 price tag but there is the possibility of adding additional receivers for larger areas or if more than one person wants to carry a receiver. I think the vibration is the tipping point. If you are hearing impaired, or know someone who is, this would be a great product.