2-Note Mechanical Door Bell Chime and Door Button with Viewer, Silver


Price: $25.09
(as of Sep 29,2022 09:49:31 UTC – Details)



Our 2-Note Mechanical Wireless Doorbell Chime and Push Button with 180 Degree Door Viewer is made of premium quality and doesn’t require any maintenance to stay functional. With its built-in 180 degree, one way viewer, you can take a peek outside to check who rung your doorbell without having to open the door. This allows for increased safety, as well as convenience. The viewer works through a spring activated slider that pushes the lens outward for you to look into. Screws are included in the package to be used for mounting on the surface, which should most ideally be wooden doors. You also get a bunch of paper tags which you can use to write down pertinent information, such as your apartment number or your name. Here at Newhouse Hardware, we are focused on providing our customers with durable, stylish, and efficient hardware products. We provide fixtures of the highest quality that you can depend on for several years to come. By reducing costs on replacements or repairs, these products easily save you tons on money, time, and effort.
CONVENIENT ONE WAY VIEWING LENS: This mechanical doorbell chime sports a subtle spring activated slider that allows you to peek outside through the viewer, which has a one way, 180-degree angle lens.
SUPER EASY TO SET UP AND MAINTAIN: Absolutely maintenance-free, with no wiring or batteries required for the door bell chime to work. May be used as a doorbell chime replacement if needed.
MOUNTING AND FASTENING HARDWARE INCLUDED: Purchase of this door bell mechanical design includes screws that are meant to be used with wood doors only.
ITEM SPECIFICATIONS: The outer metal faceplate of the door bell measures 5 inches in height and 2 inches in width. The chime measures 3.5 inches in length, 1 5/8 inches in width, and 7 inches in height.
IMPORTANT TO NOTE: When printing the instruction manual of the door bell, please make sure that the print settings are in “Actual Size” and not “Fit”, so that the mounting template scale comes out correctly.

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