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Honeywell DC917NG

 

Key features

  • Portable, so can be carried around the house
  • Can upload MP3 melodies to use as a ringtone

Other features

  • Very loud alarm
  • Volume can be changed
  • White flashing strobe light on top
  • Halo light in different colours
  • Works over about 200m
  • Choice of eight ringtones plus uploading your own MP3 ringtones
  • Uses batteries

What deaf young people say:

"The doorbell is simple and discrete and it feels like it has good build quality.  I like the colour changing bezel lights and the white strobe lights. With the doorbell on maximum volume, I was able to hear it chiming anywhere in the house. 

It can be placed anywhere about the house, but I find it too large and heavy to keep with me at all times. It would be nice if there was a battery level indicator built in, so you would know when the batteries needed changing.

This doorbell is useful for when my friends call for me to walk to school or getting parcels delivered at the door." 
Rhodri (13) mild to moderately deaf 

Want to buy?

  • To buy it, visit Amazon. The light-grey edition that doesn't allow MP3 melodies to be uploaded can be bought at Connevans 
  • Typical price £65 (inc VAT)

This is available to loan for free from our Technology Test Drive service for one month.