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Heath Zenith

Heath/Zenith SL-7366-02 Wireless Plug-In Door Chime Kit with Molded Plastic Cover, White

3.6
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Description

  • White cover
  • Chime plugs into any standard wall socket
  • Transmission range up to 100 ft.
  • Adjustable volume control
  • Push button with battery included
  • Wireless plug-in doorbell system; Plastic white molded cover
  • 8-note Westminster or traditional 2-note melody for main entrance
  • Up to 100-Feet transmission range
  • 1 year warranty

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Customer Reviews

Easy to install works flawlessly This was just what I needed. My old wired doorbell quit working and the wires were messed up. Trying to run new ones would have been a nightmare. The wireless system let me replace the old one in less than 5 minutes. It's pleny loud too! 5Beware the jumper deviceThe button came with a tiny jumper device, that It's easy assume should be in the bell mechanism. No, putting that pea-size connector in place disables the tone choices (the bell rings with a single tinny ding).After waiting for technical assistance, I was told that the little device should not be plugged into the circuit board in the button. With that out, I could set the house bell to a ding-dong and the bells in the garage ad studio to the Westminster chime (to be heard where there may be more noise). Good.But, even with the volume at the highest, the sound is quieter and less rich than the same system this replaced. I really liked the old bells with the positive row of dip switches for setting the tones.3Weak signal This doorbell chime kit did not work for me -- the signal is too weak. The button would only trigger the chime when in the same room as the chime, but from outside my front door would not trigger the chime at all. Useless. 1I have wondered about it lasting.I hope this one is more durable than the last. The batteries burned out in a short time and it was annoying. This one looks like it will be better and last longer.5Westminister !Economical chime. Can set up with different rings but the preset Westminster chime is nice. Plan to screw the buttom back plate on the door frame as the double stick doesn't hold up.5Terrible range, was not able to get this to ...Terrible range, was not able to get this to work with the other one I already had (to have 1 doorbell and 2 receivers). I threw both away and got the "SadoTech Model CXR Wireless Doorbell" which was cheaper, has great range, and was easy to set up.1Works Fine, No Muss, No Fuss.This is an updated model that looks the same as the old one. The electronics are completely different and the old remote does not work with the new unit. That's no big deal, because it comes with a new remote which fits on the base for the old remote that is glued by my front door, so I didn't have to peel the old remote base off and glue the new one. The new unit is not as loud as the old one, but with it set to maximum loudness, it is perfect for us.The only oddity is that the first time it is used after the electricity has been off, I need to hold the button on the remote down for two seconds and let go before the base chimes. After that, I press and let go and the chime is instant.5Reliable and not annoying.I bought this doorbell not to use as a traditional doorbell but to use in the house. After yelling to my daughter repeatedly and running up and down the stairs, I felt like this would be a reasonable solution to get her attention.We live in a condo, so there is the interference from other families to deal with, and we had no problems. Also, it works from downstairs in the front of the house to upstairs in the back of the house with doors closed and other electronics running. No trouble there, either.Loud enough to be heard over music or to wake up a sleepy teen, she no longer misses her phone calls and I no longer have to go to great lengths or interrupt what I am doing to get her attention! We are pleased, it worked out well for us.5They work fine. You just have to know how to use them.I own three of these. They seem to last about 5-10 years and then the receiver stops working, so they cost about $3 per year.I use one doorbell and then three receivers, all set to the same code. That allows the three receivers to ring at the same time as the single doorbell button is pushed. You can hear at least one of them all over the property.To those who claim they are having problems:1. There is a BATTERY in the transmitter. Note that although you plug in the receiver, you don't plug the transmitter in anywhere. That's because it is BATTERY powered. When it stops working or becomes unreliable, the battery needs replacing. Replace the battery in the button. It will magically start to work again... BUT...2. Only if the battery is in correctly. Not working? Turn it around the other way: you have positive and negative switched. The slot looks like you should put the battery in one way but that way is wrong. Turn it around. I make that mistake every time I replace the battery, so people stating that they even tried replacing the battery probably put it in backwards like I always do. Just put the battery in and push the button. If nothing happens, turn it around and try it again. It always works for me.3. Now the mysterious ghost rings that wake you up in the middle of the night when no one is there: HELLO, your neighbor just bought one and you are receiving the signal from your neighbor's doorbell. Change the code on your receiver AND the doorbell button transmitter (they have to match) and the ghosts will "magically" go away.These things work fine. They are cheap so lots of people buy them and that means you need to change the code when you buy them - takes all of 2 minutes - so that when your neighbor buys one you don't hear his doorbell ringing. They also only last 5-10 years, but that's what you get for $20.This is the risk of reviews on Amazon: bunches of people who don't understand the product telling you it doesn't work when it does. I've owned three of them for 10 years and one failed, the others are fine. But I do have to replace the battery every now and then and I did have to change the codes.100 foot range is wishful thinking. With a couple of walls in the way, you'll get about 25 feet, plus or minus.5VERY short life - a waste of moneyLike many other reviewers noted; this doorbell is a piece of garbage, a total waste of money.My doorbell button was located in the carport, completely out of the weather. It worked very good at first... even at a distance of about 30 feet, in a bedroom, without a clear line of sight.Mine lasted no more than 2 months:- it started randomly ringing, as if a ghost is at your door (get out of bed for nothing)- new batteries made no difference (expensive little things)- testing at short distance: still no goodSummary: It doesn't work at all now, a useless product on it's way to the landfill. I do NOT like throwing away money (chime & new batteries) So, here I go once again in search of a decent doorbell.Be well, Jeff1Good chime, but can't get two to work with one button.The chime is just fine and works as advertised, so I'm pleased with it. The only problem is that the button for one chime will not the with the second chime I purchased. Each chime works well with the button that came with it, but not with the other chime, this despite the fact that the dip switch settings were the same for the both buttons and for both chimes. I had posted this info on the question section, but never a got a suggestion that worked.3Easy, fast and very good doorbell! Easy, fast installation and easy to adjust! works very well! 5Unreliable puts it mildlyIt seemed fine at first, right up until the return time elapsed. Sneaky thing. Well, almost fine. The battery sits a bit loose in the pushbutton unit, so when attaching it, the battery slid a bit and I needed to remove, adjust, and reattach. It worked. As I said, worked fine for a little over a month. Then it started working about half the time. Then it rained heavily and it started working all the time... as in ringing without being actually touched. Maybe something in the unit swelled? I had to unplug the receiver until things dried out.I've just changed out the battery in hopes of it working. I went through the "adjust battery, snap in place, remove to adjust shift caused by snapping in place" dance again, but then it worked. But after a few pushes over a few days, the battery has apparently slid out of place again. Off to buy one with a better rating.1
Heath/Zenith SL-7366-02 Wireless Plug-In Door Chime Kit with Molded Plastic Cover, White

Heath/Zenith SL-7366-02 Wireless Plug-In Door Chime Kit with Molded Plastic Cover, White

3.6
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€50,00
Sale price
€50,00
Regular price
€82,00
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Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€32,00)