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Nuclear Doorbell could get annoying

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on March 6th, 2009

Nuclear Doorbell could get annoyingMost of us are happy with the typical doorbell. But there are others who are looking for something a bit more dramatic. The Nuclear Doorbell should do the trick. No old school ding-dong ring here. Instead, at the push of its wireless button it will produce sounds that could wake up the dead, as it blinks its lights while loudly announcing visitors.

Experience such sounds as a droning klaxon and a voice acted script to let you know that somebody’s at the door. Check out the video below before you decide on your purchase. We have a feeling you might change your mind.

Wireless Lark Doorbell alerts you with a twitter

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on November 24th, 2008

Wireless Lark Doorbell alerts you with a twitterSome doorbells can be downright jarring when a visitor presses the button. Just plain loud and offensive. It can really suck if you’re having a quiet night and you’ve had way to much caffeine. Why not put a little soothing nature into the whole doorbell thing? The Wireless Lark Doorbell will do just that. It’s a fake Lark that will cost you £7.33. The lark has a built in 2W speaker that will sound off with bird noise when guests arrive. The sound of birds chirping can be soothing instead of alarming. Good idea.

Pet Chime doorbell for dogs

Posted in Pets by Conner Flynn on May 14th, 2008

Pet Chime doorbell for dogs
As far as I can tell, the Pet Chime is designed for those who never want a moment of peace ever again. Dogs just can’t reach the doorbell, or maybe they just can’t grasp the concept of a button that opens the door, being attached to the door.

Apparently, the Pet Chime can be used inside or outside, so that your pets can inform their owners when they would like to be inside or out. As every pet owner knows, that would be every five minutes…for the rest of your life. The “paw” doorbell component operates on a 9-Volt battery, the ringer operates on three AA batteries. It will only cost you $25-$30 USD to never again be able to relax.

iChime musical doorbell “plays anything”

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on April 23rd, 2008

iChime musical doorbell “plays anything”
I’m not sure how much more mileage they can get out of the letter “i”, but here’s another product brought to you by the letter “i”. The iChime Doorbell will replace your ding dong style doorbell with any sound in the universe that you can think of. You can choose pre-programmed selections, record your own song with the built-in microphone, or use an iPod, CD Player, PC, or MP3 with line-in jack.

What this means is that doorbells are going the way of ringtones and anything is fair game. Maybe Alice Cooper saying, “Welcome to my nightmare”, or some sound bytes from vintage TV like, “Lucy, I’m home”. How about Pink Floyd, “Hello, hello… Is there anybody in there? Just nod if you can hear me. Is there anyone home?” It will cost you $90, but if you are easily entertained like me, it’s probably money well spent.