If you, or a loved one, are deaf or have hearing loss it can be difficult to know when someone's at the door. Never miss another visitor or delivery, whatever your level of hearing loss and wherever you are in the house, with our deaf-friendly doorbells.
Each of our loud doorbells has an amplified chime and a flashing strobe light for when the doorbell can't be heard. They take the stress out of having people over and free you up from waiting by the door.
Some doorbells have one or more of these additional features:
- volume control
- tone control to adjust the pitch (tone) of the chime sound
- vibrating pad (this vibrates when the door-push is pressed).
There are many portable wireless door chimes available which can be used anywhere in your home and garden, depending on the wireless range. They work by radio and have two parts: a weather-proof, battery-operated door-push transmitter that’s fixed outside, near the front door; and a battery-operated receiver, which chimes and flashes when someone’s at the door.
The Geemarc Amplicall 16 door chime is one of most popular loud wireless doorbells. It has an extremely loud amplified alarm and a choice of five different strobe lights. See below for our full range of wireless doorbells with lights that flash for people with up to profound deafness.
We also stock plug-in wireless doorbells which work without batteries. The Honeywell Halo Plug-in Series 5 is one of our popular options. See below for others.
For more information about flashing, loud doorbells suitable for people with deafness and hearing loss, download our Alerting Devices factsheet.