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[Home Depot] Hampton Bay Wireless or Wired Door Bell ~$13 (75% off) Online only

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[Home Depot] Hampton Bay Wireless or Wired Door Bell ~$13 (75% off) Online only

If you don't want to spend too much on door bell (ring, nest hello or skybell), these are decent upgrade/replacement for those builder grade in my opinion.

They have a few different models on sale and free shipping.

  • Up to 150 ft. transmission range when used wirelessly
  • Adjustable volume control
  • 16 selectable tones to choose from
  • 85 dB maximum loudness

Craftsman Style Medium Cherry Wood $13.72
Decorative solid light cherry wood door bell cover with rice paper insert
Solid wood cover
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/hampto ... 1001004168


Black with Scroll Metal Accent $13.75
Decorative black doorbell cover with hammered iron finish accent frame
Molded plastic cover, metal frame
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/hampto ... 1001004773


Medium Oak Wood $13.75
Traditional design doorbell cover with light wood finish
Molded plastic cover
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/hampto ... 1001004774



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Last edited by tonershop on May 2nd, 2019 10:53 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Thanks. I need a doorbell.
Don't forget gcr 4% I think or ebates 2%
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I'm seeing $54.98.
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tonershop wrote: Maybe it is based on location, what is your?
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tonershop wrote: If you don't want to spend too much on door bell (ring, nest hello or skybell), these are decent upgrade/replacement for those builder grade in my opinion.

They have a few different models on sale and free shipping.

  • Up to 150 ft. transmission range when used wirelessly
  • Adjustable volume control
  • 16 selectable tones to choose from
  • 85 dB maximum loudness

Craftsman Style Medium Cherry Wood $13.72
Decorative solid light cherry wood door bell cover with rice paper insert
Solid wood cover
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/hampto ... 1001004168


Black with Scroll Metal Accent $13.75
Decorative black doorbell cover with hammered iron finish accent frame
Molded plastic cover, metal frame
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/hampto ... 1001004773


Medium Oak Wood $13.75
Traditional design doorbell cover with light wood finish
Molded plastic cover
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/hampto ... 1001004774




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seems like a great deal !
It says in the description "you need a push button" to use the wireless option. Do you know if those links you have on comes with "a" push button? or two?

thanks in advance!
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Is this just the bell? What about the button?
Wallet safe :rolleyes:
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yeah, it looks like the bell only. You will need to get the push button.

In regards to the wireless button and bell, how long does the battery lasts for these things? Also, how far can the bell be away from the push button for the wireless? Thanks.
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KennyLkg wrote: seems like a great deal !
It says in the description "you need a push button" to use the wireless option. Do you know if those links you have on comes with "a" push button? or two?

thanks in advance!

Good question, I will let you know when I receive mine later tonight.

Although I don't really care for the button. I want to use my existing one - I like it being "discrete".
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Dragonrana2 wrote: yeah, it looks like the bell only. You will need to get the push button.

In regards to the wireless button and bell, how long does the battery lasts for these things? Also, how far can the bell be away from the push button for the wireless? Thanks.
I think battery last about 3 to 5 years depending on usage. Product description says "Up to 150 ft. transmission range when used wirelessly"
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First thing I did when we moved in to our new house was disconnect mine, rofl
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tonershop wrote: Good question, I will let you know when I receive mine later tonight.

Although I don't really care for the button. I want to use my existing one - I like it being "discrete".

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thanks, i'll wait !

Though another question, don't you need a "Hampton Bay" type button for the Bell to work?
I do already have a wireless door bell but my neighbor happened to have the same one and we ring each other LMAO
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KennyLkg wrote: thanks, i'll wait !

Though another question, don't you need a "Hampton Bay" type button for the Bell to work?
I do already have a wireless door bell but my neighbor happened to have the same one and we ring each other LMAO
For wireless, you would probably need one from Hampton Bay or at least one with the same frequency. I am going with wired so that I don't have to worry about battery and the wires are already there. Any wired button should work - they all have 2 wires...
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Just curious, but how difficult is it to replace an old door bell and door button? I am not that handy with electricity, so not sure how difficult is it to replace it.
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Dragonrana2 wrote: Just curious, but how difficult is it to replace an old door bell and door button? I am not that handy with electricity, so not sure how difficult is it to replace it.
I haven't done mine, but will do it this weekend. From what I can see, there are only 2 wires.. and it is low voltage.. so it is pretty safe to mess around with.
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Dragonrana2 wrote: Just curious, but how difficult is it to replace an old door bell and door button? I am not that handy with electricity, so not sure how difficult is it to replace it.
Super easy- loads of videos.

If you have a button installed then it’s just the screws for the wires and it’s NOT polarity sensitive.

The other part should be a direct wire for wire swap.

Just take pictures before you start if you are super nervous and somehow get frazzled easily.
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Thanks OP!

Wasn't looking for one but ordered anyways! Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes Hey, if you're on this site (RFD), it's a given! Winking Face
I can't afford to save that much!
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Thanks everybody. Will try to install this myself. Bought the push button and the door bell. Don't forget to go through ebates.ca
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