Product Type: Byron gadgets
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Member Name: miffy1
Byron BY102 Plug In Wireless Doorbell Kit
Advantages: Easy to install. Nice loud bell.
Disadvantages: A bit chunky
When our old doorbell died on us, we decided to try a wireless one, rather than having to mess about with the electrics. We went for this particular model and I have to say that we have been very pleased with it.
It comes with all the fixings that you need to install it, including a battery (CR2032) so all you need to do is fit the bell to the door and plug the unit into the mains socket. It has a range of 60m, so is very portable and has 4 different melodies, including an ordinary 'ding-dong', which I personally prefer. The volume is loud enough to be heard, without being 'tinny' and we have no problems hearing the doorbell if we are upstairs or out in the garden.
The battery life seems to be quite good. We have had this bell for about a year now and we are still on the same battery it came with. The plug-in unit is a little on the big side, so would suit a socket that is out of the way, but it looks OK and as it's white it is quite unobtrusive.
I would certainly recommend this particular doorbell and think it is quite reasonably priced at £16.99 in Argos and £22.93 in Amazon.
Summary: A good, reasonable priced doorbell that works well.
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