Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 28
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by marpeg best purchase for my use
Installation was easy and only took a few minutes. Can hear the door bell all over the house now and can even plug in on my patio and hear it when I'm out back.
August 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mercedmike Works very well
This unit does its job perfectly. All you have to do is stick the transmitter up next to your existing door chime and it "hears" the doorbell ring and repeats it. However, I wanted a strobe light as well as the extra loud chime. So I combined this with their wireless doorbell of the same brand that has a strobe unit. It turns out the transmitter from this unit and the receiver from that unit are compatible and work fine together. That meant I had to buy two units to get the one I wanted, though. I wish they packaged the strobe unit with the chime extender kit.
August 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lisamarie Excellent Fix !
I needed a doorbell to ring in my back yard. This product is excellent. It Amplifies my house door bell, and plenty loud enough to hear. So when a visitor comes and rings my front doorbell,
this unit relays to back yard unit and chimes. Love It !
September 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dubs note for using multiple extenders
This works great! The only thing I would like to note is that if you want to use several in your house (we have one for the basement and one for the upstairs), they all operate on the same frequency, which doesn't seem to be something that the user can adjust. So whichever one is slightly closer to the door chime will pick up the signal first, and the other will remain silent. The solution I found for this was to set them up like a chain, by putting the second extender's sensor next to the first extender's chime, so the main chime sets off the first extender, which in turn sets off the second extender. Worked like a charm!
December 4, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Dgap Picks picks up vibrations
I have installed other extenders for my parents that they rely on. Those have been wired into the main bell box. This one relies on vibrations. Unfortunately our bell is mounted directly over the much used door into our garage. With this unit every time someone goes into the garage, the bell sounds. I have adjusted the sensitivity as low as it will go and I still have the problem. I also tried placing the unit in close proximity with the sensitivity turned to max. It no longer rings with the door closing but it doesn't ring when the bell is rung either. This seems like a decent product, but not a good fix for my situation. I will be returning it and searching for a model similar to others I have worked it.
July 26, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by eroot Great Product & Easy To Use!
I recommend this to everyone who wishes they had installed more than one doorbell chime in their home. It is great for places in your home where you can't hear the doorbell, or for outside in back of your home. There is no wiring just follow instructions and plug in. We use for when we are in back of our home. Just plug it in while outside and bring it back inside when done.
My only complaint is this is not sold in all Home Depot Stores. I had bought my first one at the Gig Harbor, WA store, but the store in Oklahoma didn't carry it. Had to buy it online. I know lots of people who wish they had installed an outdoor chime and know they would buy it.
September 17, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Punkineatah Great door bell extension
Simple to set up with double stick tape a sending unit is stuck to the top of the door bell. It has a microphone that picks up the sound of the door bell and sends a signal to the chime unit that's plugged in where desired. Then the chime sounds. It's in our upper level where we often don't here the regular door bell. When in the back yard the chime can be plugged in out there so we can hear that someone's at the door. Great idea, works great.
May 19, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by test1234 Tougher set-up than expected; works just fine
It was a bit tougher to set up than I expected (had to find the sensitivity level to pick up my house's doorbell), but it's work just fine ever since.
February 19, 2011