The Honeywell Halo wireless portable doorbell has an amplified chime (up to 90dB) and a flashing light for when the doorbell can't be heard. It will take the stress out of having people over and free you up from waiting by the door. Suitable for all levels of hearing loss
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Missing the doorbell can be a real problem for people with hearing loss. The Honeywell Halo flashing doorbell is suitable for people with all levels of hearing loss.
Carry the wireless doorbell around the house or garden and, thanks to the innovative wireless technology, you’ll hear it at a maximum volume of 90dB. Missed visitors and deliveries will be a thing of the past.
You can also adjust the digitally enhanced volume to suit your hearing needs and set the ‘secret knock’ function to play specific melodies when friends and family are at the door.
Don’t worry that you won’t hear the doorbell when it’s very noisy. The flashing halo light, in a choice of seven colours, will alert you. You can choose whether to be alerted by sound only or by sound and flashing light.
If you don’t want to be disturbed, you can put the doorbell to ‘sleep’ for three, six, nine or 12 hours. Or, if you need to, you can mute it indefinitely.
Batteries for the doorbell last for up to five years. You can also check the push button is working with a simple press of the LED confidence light.
The doorbell and push button are pre-linked and work straight out of the box, so you can have them installed and working in no time.
For total peace of mind, you can also connect this wireless flashing light doorbell to Honeywell’s security accessories and home alarm kits (available separately).
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Please note: This product comes with pictoral instructions. If you require more detailed information or guidance, please contact us - tel: 03330 144 485 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org