The wireless doorbell button enhances the appearance of the wireless doorbell by making it more appealing and presentable. The wireless doorbell which for a long time had a limited number of designs and materials to choose from can be customized in numerous ways using wireless doorbell buttons. You have the option of adding one to your existing wireless doorbell or you can buy multiple covers and keep replacing them from time to time. Although, there aren’t as many designs in wireless doorbell buttons as in wired doorbell buttons, they have their own range of features and advantages. Let’s look at some of them.
Feature based or Brand specific
Buying wireless doorbell buttons is easy. You can choose to buy one according to its features or depending on its brand or manufacturer. For example, most buttons have a range of around 100 feet from the receiver and this can get reduced further by the presence of metal sliding, grills, or metal garage doors. So, if you are looking for a long range wireless buttons, then choose one that has an operational range of 250 feet to 300 feet. Another easy way to decide which doorbell button to buy is by looking at its brand. Not all wireless doorbell buttons are compatible with all doorbell models. For examples some models may accommodate Broan, Nutone, Heath Zenith and Carlon doorbells but leave out Thomas & Betts Dimango and Jacob Jensen products. Not to forget the fact that most wireless doorbell buttons are completely weatherproof and can be installed in any area outside the house.
As we mentioned earlier, the number of designs in wireless doorbell buttons is limited. The basic and most popular design is the one with a rectangular or square cover with a round transparent press button in the center. The cover and button colors can be swapped and altered. Other aesthetic designs include models with a satin nickel finish, slender button designs and modern and futuristic looking buttons from Jacob Jensen. Most people buy the wireless doorbell only for the convenience and portability associated with it. The design is not given much importance.
The Price range
Wireless doorbell buttons are pretty cost effective. Ordinary looking models sell for $10 whilst some even sell for $7 or 8. Advanced models (Jacob Jensen) on the other hand can cost anywhere from $50 to $80. However, you get what you pay for. The Jacob Jensen models for example, are for those who are looking for a superbly designed doorbell to compliment their door. If you are looking for the functionalities of a wireless, then you can choose any reliable doorbell button model.
Popular Models: the long range wireless doorbell button chime RC4121Thomas and Betts and Carlon Dimango have for long been one of the most popular doorbell manufacturers in the United States. Almost one in every five homes can be found using doorbells of either one of these two brands. Hence when you have a doorbell button that is stylish, loaded with features and most importantly, compatible with all wireless chime systems from these companies, it is a must have doorbell accessory. Yes, the RC4120 is a long range doorbell button that has an operating range of 300 feet. Built in support to thwart any external interference and an option to set sound from the front button are some of the other features.