• GE Wireless Doorbell Kit, 2 Melodies, 1 Push Button, 4 Volume Levels, 150 Ft. Range, White, 19298, Plug-In Receiver
  • GE Wireless Doorbell Kit, 2 Melodies, 1 Push Button, 4 Volume Levels, 150 Ft. Range, White, 19298, Plug-In Receiver
  • GE Wireless Doorbell Kit, 2 Melodies, 1 Push Button, 4 Volume Levels, 150 Ft. Range, White, 19298, Plug-In Receiver
  • GE Wireless Doorbell Kit, 2 Melodies, 1 Push Button, 4 Volume Levels, 150 Ft. Range, White, 19298, Plug-In Receiver
  • GE Wireless Doorbell Kit, 2 Melodies, 1 Push Button, 4 Volume Levels, 150 Ft. Range, White, 19298, Plug-In Receiver
  • GE Wireless Doorbell Kit, 2 Melodies, 1 Push Button, 4 Volume Levels, 150 Ft. Range, White, 19298, Plug-In Receiver
  • GE Wireless Doorbell Kit, 2 Melodies, 1 Push Button, 4 Volume Levels, 150 Ft. Range, White, 19298, Plug-In Receiver
GE Wireless Doorbell Kit, 2 Melodies, 1 Push Button, 4 Volume Levels, 150 Ft. Range, White, 19298, Plug-In Receiver
GE Wireless Doorbell Kit, 2 Melodies, 1 Push Button, 4 Volume Levels, 150 Ft. Range, White, 19298, Plug-In Receiver
GE Wireless Doorbell Kit, 2 Melodies, 1 Push Button, 4 Volume Levels, 150 Ft. Range, White, 19298, Plug-In Receiver
GE Wireless Doorbell Kit, 2 Melodies, 1 Push Button, 4 Volume Levels, 150 Ft. Range, White, 19298, Plug-In Receiver
GE Wireless Doorbell Kit, 2 Melodies, 1 Push Button, 4 Volume Levels, 150 Ft. Range, White, 19298, Plug-In Receiver
GE Wireless Doorbell Kit, 2 Melodies, 1 Push Button, 4 Volume Levels, 150 Ft. Range, White, 19298, Plug-In Receiver
GE Wireless Doorbell Kit, 2 Melodies, 1 Push Button, 4 Volume Levels, 150 Ft. Range, White, 19298, Plug-In Receiver

GE Wireless Doorbell Kit, 2 Melodies, 1 Push Button, 4 Volume Levels, 150 Ft. Range, White, 19298, Plug-In Receiver

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  • Never Miss a Visitor - Always know when your guests arrive with the white version of the Plug-In GE Wireless Doorbell
  • Classic Style - Match your outdoor home dcor with a classic doorbell look that comes in white
  • Included in Package - One plug-in, receiver (150 ft. range) and one push button with one CR2032 battery and mounting hardware
  • Easy Installation - The doorbell receiver plugs into a wall outlet and the push button comes with mounting instructions
  • Melody Selection - Choose from 4 different volume options and 2 different melodies including ding dong and Westminster

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Not loud enough for two stories; Very disappointed I purchased this hoping to have a doorbell that we could hear on the main level and the basement. Unfortunately you can barely hear it throughout the main level. We would need two doorbell systems for it to be functional for our 1096+500 square feet of home. Then when we mounted it sideways with the adhesive (because we have siding or an uneven doorway area) it only works when you press and hold it multiple times. We have yet to hear a doorbell when someone rings it. We were so excited... 1Works well for the price. A few minor design changes I wish could be made though. Install was simple and it does work, but a couple things I wish I could change: 1. Only play the chime once (not twice). 2. Use a bracket/screw install for the buttons instead of just foam tape (feels cheap). 3. Use a spring loaded button with more depth (instead of just a mild click)I think some other people complained about volume. I installed this in a 1000 sq foot single story home and kept the volume at 3 out 5. It was plenty loud in my opinion. 3Works well as advertised - easy to install. Sounds electronic, because it is! Worked as advertised - right out of box. CR2032 battery was included. only needed (3) AAs. Good range, easy to install. Was already paired. Chimes do sound a bit 'electronic', but it is electronic and has a speaker. it does not have the old traditional chimes and solenoid in it to hit them. It does the trick quickly and easily with no wiring! I used self adhesive to put up pushbutton instead of screws as the holes didn't line up with previous one - so will see how long that lasts. But, screws are a backup. pushbutton unit is also not sealed, so over time with humidity, condensation, etc., I imagine the electronics and battery will corrode, just like the last one. But, for the price, it was worth it. 4Cheap and malfunctioned in rainstorm I don't know when I'll learn that the saying "you get what you pay for" is so painfully true. This is a very cheap doorbell. It sounds high pitched and like a child's toy doorbell. Nothing like what you would expect a real doorbell to sound like. And even on the loudest setting it's very hard to hear behind closed doors.We've had the doorbell button mounted outside next to our door for about one month. Last night a strong storm with lots of rain and wind blew through. Rain water must have gotten into the button and doorbell started ringing at three in the morning. Terrible doorbell to buy if you plan on mounting the button outside. Which I assume is where most doorbells go. Maybe this is better suited for an elaborate dollhouse. 1Loud! EASY to install! Great Buy I ve always loved GE branded items. However, I accidentally ordered the wrong one. I ended up with the wireless one. The only reason I didn t want wireless is because usually wired in doorbells are louder. I must say though, I m very impressed with the volume and quality of this one. I m not mad at all that I received this one instead. It s very easy to install..all you have to do is put batteries in, hang, and your done. I have a pretty big home with a basement, and I can hear the doorbell all over my entire house. (Basement included.) it had several tone options to choose from, even songs! I recommend this to anyone even those that are hard of hearing. 5There are four volume settings: Quiet, quieter, quietest, and off. I tend to be a mellow and patient person. If something does not work too well, but it works, then that is fine, whatever. But this? This is utterly worthless. There are four volume settings: Quiet, quieter, quietest, and off. Some chimes are better than others but overall it barely qualifies as a door chime. The only door chime that could be worse than this is a door chime that makes zero noise at all. I saw a comment that this does not work for two stories... Does it even work for one? This may work in an environment with zero noise but unless you live in the middle of nowhere with no electricity then this is not the door chime for you, and even if you do, the sounds of nature will probably drown it out. 1Fun tunes for all my entrances! I received this through my wish list as a housewarming gift, and my goodness am I ever happy to have these! I have 4 doors around my house, 3 of which I can't see people approach from the comfort of my usual spot in the living room. I have the speaker/receiver located in about the middle of my house, it picks up the signal from all the doors, including the walk-in basement door. It's VERY helpful to have each door have a different ring, I like the funky musical tunes, but it has classic ring options as well. Setting up the buttons and sounds to the receiver is really easy. I've had these for months now and all is working swell. The package arrived quickly and I've been happy with this product all around!! 5A Silent Doorbell is Pointless. The product could ve been good, but the chime isn t loud enough (even at the highest volume). It s so quiet, that it I thought it was broken at first. Totally missed the point....why make a doorbell that isn t even loud enough to alert someone standing in the same room? 1The reasons I choose this one I was surprised how difficult it was to find a doorbell with two push buttons. The trend seems to be ones with multiple receivers, but only one button. I guess that s because a lot of people don t have front and back doors anymore. But there doesn t seem to be much logic to someone living in a house large enough to need multiple receivers shopping for a twenty dollar doorbell.Having no luck in the retails stores I turned to Amazon and found hundreds of no name options to choose from, some of them very oddly designed and not very good looking. I don t use music as my ringer tone on my phone and I m not big on using The Charge of the Light Brigade when someone rings my doorbell. So the limited number of sounds this one is capable of is just fine, more importantly they sound full and loud and not tinny.Of course when you use a doorbell at your front and back door you need to have a different tone for each. This one disappoints a little in that they missed the obvious of having the traditional ding dong for the front and just a simple ding for the back. There is no option for a single ding. But they do have an okay sounding knock knock sound which is the one I use.Second to ding dong the second most popular doorbell sound in America is Westminster chimes. Not my favorite choice because it is too pretentious and I don t want to have a 20 second song playing when someone is at my door. But nevertheless if that s your choice you will find that this one sounds very similar to a mechanical doorbell, including the echo delay effect.The indoor unit is relatively attractive and can be painted over if you re careful. The outdoor push buttons look like real doorbells so your guests know what they are. Of course the buttons are not illuminated because they are battery powered.I mentioned the volume earlier. Having pets a very loud doorbell is actually contrary to my needs so I can t say if it would be loud enough for a hard of hearing person. I have mine set to the lowest volume and I can hear it throughout the house. I only wish that the manufacturers would use a simple rotary volume control dial instead of a four position push button that you have to cycle through. My choice for volume is usually somewhere in between their preset options.THINGS TO KNOW1. Unlike any doorbell I ve ever seen, if you want to change the ringer sound, don t look for a button on the indoor doorbell unit. There s none there. Instead, you have to go outdoors and pry the cover off the button unit where inside you will find a tiny button that you have to press to change the ringer tone.2. Changing the ringer tone takes a lot of patience. You have to cycle through each and every tone until you get to the one you want. To make matters worse, each time you press the tiny programming button you have to listen to the entire medley or sound effect before it will let you move on to the next one.3. If you want to change the volume you re supposed to ring your own doorbell then immediately press the volume button on the indoor doorbell unit. Of course if you re working alone that s impossible. There is a trick that you can press the sync button on the indoor unit then immediately press the volume button. As above you have to cycle through each volume setting until you get to the one you want.4. Similar to many once famous brand names like Kodak and Polaroid, the use of the GE name is only a licensing agreement. GE doesn t make this doorbell and has nothing directly to do with the product. It is made and sold by Jasco with permission to use the GE logo.5. Speaking of logos, one of my pet peeves is when companies put huge logos right on the front of their product so after you buy it you re giving them free advertising forever. Kudos to this company, the brand logo is so subtle you can hardly see it even from right up close.6. The indoor unit is heavier than most doorbells because it uses three C batteries. I suggest trying to attach at least one of the included fasteners into a wall stud so it doesn t fall down. 4A good value. So far, I'm very happy with this doorbell. I read all the reviews, and decided it was worth a try. Didn't need an entire playlist of chimes, so the ordinary ding-dong was a perfectly satisfactory choice. Transmitter installation was easy, and I placed the receiver on a bookshelf in my central hallway. I don't hear well and was a little doubtful about the volume at first, but it turned out to be plenty loud enough for me to hear when I'm anyplace in my little house -- and the basement, too, actually. 5
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Not loud enough for two stories; Very disappointed I purchased this hoping to have a doorbell that we could hear on the main level and the basement. Unfortunately you can barely hear it throughout the main level. We would need two doorbell systems for it to be functional for our 1096+500 square feet of home. Then when we mounted it sideways with the adhesive (because we have siding or an uneven doorway area) it only works when you press and hold it multiple times. We have yet to hear a doorbell when someone rings it. We were so excited... 1Works well for the price. A few minor design changes I wish could be made though. Install was simple and it does work, but a couple things I wish I could change: 1. Only play the chime once (not twice). 2. Use a bracket/screw install for the buttons instead of just foam tape (feels cheap). 3. Use a spring loaded button with more depth (instead of just a mild click)I think some other people complained about volume. I installed this in a 1000 sq foot single story home and kept the volume at 3 out 5. It was plenty loud in my opinion. 3Works well as advertised - easy to install. Sounds electronic, because it is! Worked as advertised - right out of box. CR2032 battery was included. only needed (3) AAs. Good range, easy to install. Was already paired. Chimes do sound a bit 'electronic', but it is electronic and has a speaker. it does not have the old traditional chimes and solenoid in it to hit them. It does the trick quickly and easily with no wiring! I used self adhesive to put up pushbutton instead of screws as the holes didn't line up with previous one - so will see how long that lasts. But, screws are a backup. pushbutton unit is also not sealed, so over time with humidity, condensation, etc., I imagine the electronics and battery will corrode, just like the last one. But, for the price, it was worth it. 4Cheap and malfunctioned in rainstorm I don't know when I'll learn that the saying "you get what you pay for" is so painfully true. This is a very cheap doorbell. It sounds high pitched and like a child's toy doorbell. Nothing like what you would expect a real doorbell to sound like. And even on the loudest setting it's very hard to hear behind closed doors.We've had the doorbell button mounted outside next to our door for about one month. Last night a strong storm with lots of rain and wind blew through. Rain water must have gotten into the button and doorbell started ringing at three in the morning. Terrible doorbell to buy if you plan on mounting the button outside. Which I assume is where most doorbells go. Maybe this is better suited for an elaborate dollhouse. 1Loud! EASY to install! Great Buy I ve always loved GE branded items. However, I accidentally ordered the wrong one. I ended up with the wireless one. The only reason I didn t want wireless is because usually wired in doorbells are louder. I must say though, I m very impressed with the volume and quality of this one. I m not mad at all that I received this one instead. It s very easy to install..all you have to do is put batteries in, hang, and your done. I have a pretty big home with a basement, and I can hear the doorbell all over my entire house. (Basement included.) it had several tone options to choose from, even songs! I recommend this to anyone even those that are hard of hearing. 5There are four volume settings: Quiet, quieter, quietest, and off. I tend to be a mellow and patient person. If something does not work too well, but it works, then that is fine, whatever. But this? This is utterly worthless. There are four volume settings: Quiet, quieter, quietest, and off. Some chimes are better than others but overall it barely qualifies as a door chime. The only door chime that could be worse than this is a door chime that makes zero noise at all. I saw a comment that this does not work for two stories... Does it even work for one? This may work in an environment with zero noise but unless you live in the middle of nowhere with no electricity then this is not the door chime for you, and even if you do, the sounds of nature will probably drown it out. 1Fun tunes for all my entrances! I received this through my wish list as a housewarming gift, and my goodness am I ever happy to have these! I have 4 doors around my house, 3 of which I can't see people approach from the comfort of my usual spot in the living room. I have the speaker/receiver located in about the middle of my house, it picks up the signal from all the doors, including the walk-in basement door. It's VERY helpful to have each door have a different ring, I like the funky musical tunes, but it has classic ring options as well. Setting up the buttons and sounds to the receiver is really easy. I've had these for months now and all is working swell. The package arrived quickly and I've been happy with this product all around!! 5A Silent Doorbell is Pointless. The product could ve been good, but the chime isn t loud enough (even at the highest volume). It s so quiet, that it I thought it was broken at first. Totally missed the point....why make a doorbell that isn t even loud enough to alert someone standing in the same room? 1The reasons I choose this one I was surprised how difficult it was to find a doorbell with two push buttons. The trend seems to be ones with multiple receivers, but only one button. I guess that s because a lot of people don t have front and back doors anymore. But there doesn t seem to be much logic to someone living in a house large enough to need multiple receivers shopping for a twenty dollar doorbell.Having no luck in the retails stores I turned to Amazon and found hundreds of no name options to choose from, some of them very oddly designed and not very good looking. I don t use music as my ringer tone on my phone and I m not big on using The Charge of the Light Brigade when someone rings my doorbell. So the limited number of sounds this one is capable of is just fine, more importantly they sound full and loud and not tinny.Of course when you use a doorbell at your front and back door you need to have a different tone for each. This one disappoints a little in that they missed the obvious of having the traditional ding dong for the front and just a simple ding for the back. There is no option for a single ding. But they do have an okay sounding knock knock sound which is the one I use.Second to ding dong the second most popular doorbell sound in America is Westminster chimes. Not my favorite choice because it is too pretentious and I don t want to have a 20 second song playing when someone is at my door. But nevertheless if that s your choice you will find that this one sounds very similar to a mechanical doorbell, including the echo delay effect.The indoor unit is relatively attractive and can be painted over if you re careful. The outdoor push buttons look like real doorbells so your guests know what they are. Of course the buttons are not illuminated because they are battery powered.I mentioned the volume earlier. Having pets a very loud doorbell is actually contrary to my needs so I can t say if it would be loud enough for a hard of hearing person. I have mine set to the lowest volume and I can hear it throughout the house. I only wish that the manufacturers would use a simple rotary volume control dial instead of a four position push button that you have to cycle through. My choice for volume is usually somewhere in between their preset options.THINGS TO KNOW1. Unlike any doorbell I ve ever seen, if you want to change the ringer sound, don t look for a button on the indoor doorbell unit. There s none there. Instead, you have to go outdoors and pry the cover off the button unit where inside you will find a tiny button that you have to press to change the ringer tone.2. Changing the ringer tone takes a lot of patience. You have to cycle through each and every tone until you get to the one you want. To make matters worse, each time you press the tiny programming button you have to listen to the entire medley or sound effect before it will let you move on to the next one.3. If you want to change the volume you re supposed to ring your own doorbell then immediately press the volume button on the indoor doorbell unit. Of course if you re working alone that s impossible. There is a trick that you can press the sync button on the indoor unit then immediately press the volume button. As above you have to cycle through each volume setting until you get to the one you want.4. Similar to many once famous brand names like Kodak and Polaroid, the use of the GE name is only a licensing agreement. GE doesn t make this doorbell and has nothing directly to do with the product. It is made and sold by Jasco with permission to use the GE logo.5. Speaking of logos, one of my pet peeves is when companies put huge logos right on the front of their product so after you buy it you re giving them free advertising forever. Kudos to this company, the brand logo is so subtle you can hardly see it even from right up close.6. The indoor unit is heavier than most doorbells because it uses three C batteries. I suggest trying to attach at least one of the included fasteners into a wall stud so it doesn t fall down. 4A good value. So far, I'm very happy with this doorbell. I read all the reviews, and decided it was worth a try. Didn't need an entire playlist of chimes, so the ordinary ding-dong was a perfectly satisfactory choice. Transmitter installation was easy, and I placed the receiver on a bookshelf in my central hallway. I don't hear well and was a little doubtful about the volume at first, but it turned out to be plenty loud enough for me to hear when I'm anyplace in my little house -- and the basement, too, actually. 5
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