TeckNet Plug-In Digital Doorbell with Socket Reviews
Product Type: TeckNet gadgets
Description:Brand: TeckNet / Type: Wireless doorbell
Newest Review: ... returned. Along with my desire to throttle him. Part of his problem may well be a set of genitalia virtually invisible to ... more
Customer TeckNet Plug-In Digital Doorbell with Socket Reviews (5)
by - written on 06/11/11 (Very useful, 115 readings)
We have had quite a few door bells in the house since the time we got married and since we were together. Sometimes they have stopped working and other times we have just fancied a change. The latest one we have is the Teck Net plug-in digital doorbell which we bought from Home Bargains. I think this normally retails at around £8 but we got ours slightly cheaper for £5.99. It comes in two parts. First there is the plug in chime bit which you plug inside your house (for internal use) and it looks very similar to a normal plug if I am honest. It is white and has three prongs. This must not be inserted more than eighty metres from the wireless bell which you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/11 (Very useful, 117 readings)
When we moved into our house 2 1/2 years ago the previous owner left us with an old doorbell that had obviously seen better days. It was one that required batteries and although old and battered we decided to leave it where it was and use it as money was tight. This was fine until the batteries needed replacing, it was so expensive to do this that we decided to buy a plug in door bell. I was reluctant to get one of these at first as my parents had one that would ring whenever someone went to the house over the road, amusing at first but it soon got annoying, the bell would also start to ring on its own and refuse to stop, but the cost of replacing the batteries out ... Read the complete review
by superness11 - written on 11/08/11
At the front of mouse is a large porch and there is an internal door that leads off the porch into the hallway. Now, as a rule, I tend not to bother opening the door unless I know who is calling or if I am expecting someone. However, despite quick liking the fact that I could never hear anyone call at the door because the external door was so far from the rest of the house, I kept leaving my guests standing out in the rain. To quell this problem, I decided to look into getting a door bell. What put me off was the thought of having to get a professional in to wire it in and the cost of it. Before I started looking at door bells I did not realise that you could but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/02/11 (Very useful, 142 readings)
Ding Dong! No, it isn't Avon calling. Nor is it Terry Thomas or Leslie Philips. It's just the doorbell. For about 3 years now, our doorbell has been inoperative. It's one of those jobs that never seemed important enough to sort out. Regular callers know the bell doesn't work and just holler. We also have a knocker and a big cast-iron bell on the outside near the door. Recently, however, we missed an important delivery and had to go to some time, trouble and expense to go to the sorting office to collect the parcel. This was the kick up the jacksie that I needed to sort something out, so I did! Not before I had ordered a window/door alarm ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/02/13 (Very useful, 102 readings)
Postie from hell --------------------- My postie is a miserable git. He's also a miserable git who loves rapping his knuckles on the leaded pane at the top of my front door. Several panes were loosened to the point that I had to get specialist craftsman in to solder some extra lead in. The thunderous knocking continued unabated. I've been forced to have direct words with him, pointing out we have a door knocker that even his tiny, troglodytic brain should be able to work out. It stopped for awhile, then returned. Along with my desire to throttle him. Part of his problem may well be a set of genitalia virtually invisible to the ... Read the complete review
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