Dog Doorbell Wireless Door Bell House-Training Multifunction Sensor

$29.99

(3 customer reviews)

Free shipping over $55
Estimated Delivery: 7-12 Days

14 in stock

14 Days

Free returns

24/7

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Description

Trigger Simply: These dog doorbells solve the problem of small dog pressing, No need to press, Just touch or slip over the button lightly to activate, easy for any small or big dogs to use and flexibly increase or decrease the receiver and transmitter according to your needs. The matching method is simple and easy to operate.

Powerful Upgrade Reusable Adhesive Tape: Dog Doorbells for potty training without wiring, use Reusable Adhesive Tape to stick it on the door or wall or place anywhere you need. Hook and loop tapes are simple peel off and stick on, sticky backing. Non-slip, Anti-skid. Easy to replace the battery without damaging the wall.

Customizable: Has 55 first polyphonic ring tones and 5 levels of adjustable volume, you can choose the size of your favorite ring tones and ring tones (0-110 decibels), set to doorbell ring. not disturb mode, give users better Home experience.

Long Range & Waterproof: Receiver and transmitter in the barrier-free environment, the maximum effective working distance can reach 950ft. The waterproof grade is IP55, built-in waterproof rubber ring can work normally on rainy days, and can be used indoors and outdoors.

3 reviews for Dog Doorbell Wireles...

    Dog Doorbell Wireless Door Bell House-Training Multifunction Sensor photo review
    Drew Parker
    May 30, 2021
    I’ve used multiple devices that allow our dogs to let us know when they want to go outside. A dinger bell on the floor, a string of bells hung from the door knob - they both work to some degree but the dogs have to use enough force to make the noise loud enough to be heard. Not so with this new device from KISSIN. There are two transmitters that just barely have to be tapped by your dogs nose or paw in order to cause the receiver to sound. Each transmitter can be set up with its own sound through the receiver. One could be placed inside and one outside so your dog can also let you know when they are ready to come back in. We have ours set at different locations within the house. I was shocked at just how far the transmitters signals traveled without any issue.
    Kelly Anderwer
    May 30, 2021
    We have a 3 months old mini dachshund and Inwas having trouble finding a bell she could use that was loud enough for us to hear. We tried tying a bell to the door but it wasn’t loud enough. We tried a desk bell but her paw was too small to correctly push it down with rough force. This doorbell requires little to no pressure for it to ring. You do have to touch it in the center for it to ring, our puppy is tiny and at times her paw will touch the outside and it doesn’t go off. But after I ask her to do it again she will continue until she touches the center. I’m thinking as she grows and her paws get bigger this will no longer be an issue. Her personality is a little stubborn so this might also contribute to her not touching the sensor correctly. Over all I am extremely pleased with the doorbell. It comes with various tones to pick from and four different volume levels.
    Emanuela Rodrigez
    May 30, 2021
    This is an amazing product! I mounted one transmitter to the inside of our back door and mounted the second transmitter to the outside wall. Remarkably, It survived -20 Deg F weather. Once you figure it out, setting up the transmitters is easy and the ringtone choices are vast. One of the best features is having unique ringtones, which makes it easy to tell if your dog wants to go outside or is ready to come back inside. I would give this 5 stars, but: 1.To replace the battery, you need to remove 3 screws on the back of the transmitter. You would first need to detach the transmitter from the wall / door, then remove the double-sided tape. Then you would need to get more double-sided tape.
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Dog Doorbell Wireless Door Bell House-Training Multifunction Sensor

$29.99

(3 customer reviews)

Free shipping over $55

Estimated Delivery: 7-12 Days

14 in stock

14 Days

Free returns

24/7

Chat support

Dog Doorbell Wireless Door Bell House-Training Multifunction Sensor

(3 customer reviews)

$29.99

Free shipping over $55
Estimated Delivery: 7-12 Days

14 in stock

14 Days

Free returns

24/7

Chat support

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Description

Trigger Simply: These dog doorbells solve the problem of small dog pressing, No need to press, Just touch or slip over the button lightly to activate, easy for any small or big dogs to use and flexibly increase or decrease the receiver and transmitter according to your needs. The matching method is simple and easy to operate.

Powerful Upgrade Reusable Adhesive Tape: Dog Doorbells for potty training without wiring, use Reusable Adhesive Tape to stick it on the door or wall or place anywhere you need. Hook and loop tapes are simple peel off and stick on, sticky backing. Non-slip, Anti-skid. Easy to replace the battery without damaging the wall.

Customizable: Has 55 first polyphonic ring tones and 5 levels of adjustable volume, you can choose the size of your favorite ring tones and ring tones (0-110 decibels), set to doorbell ring. not disturb mode, give users better Home experience.

Long Range & Waterproof: Receiver and transmitter in the barrier-free environment, the maximum effective working distance can reach 950ft. The waterproof grade is IP55, built-in waterproof rubber ring can work normally on rainy days, and can be used indoors and outdoors.

3 reviews for Dog Doorbell Wireles...

    Dog Doorbell Wireless Door Bell House-Training Multifunction Sensor photo review
    Drew Parker
    May 30, 2021
    I’ve used multiple devices that allow our dogs to let us know when they want to go outside. A dinger bell on the floor, a string of bells hung from the door knob - they both work to some degree but the dogs have to use enough force to make the noise loud enough to be heard. Not so with this new device from KISSIN. There are two transmitters that just barely have to be tapped by your dogs nose or paw in order to cause the receiver to sound. Each transmitter can be set up with its own sound through the receiver. One could be placed inside and one outside so your dog can also let you know when they are ready to come back in. We have ours set at different locations within the house. I was shocked at just how far the transmitters signals traveled without any issue.
    Kelly Anderwer
    May 30, 2021
    We have a 3 months old mini dachshund and Inwas having trouble finding a bell she could use that was loud enough for us to hear. We tried tying a bell to the door but it wasn’t loud enough. We tried a desk bell but her paw was too small to correctly push it down with rough force. This doorbell requires little to no pressure for it to ring. You do have to touch it in the center for it to ring, our puppy is tiny and at times her paw will touch the outside and it doesn’t go off. But after I ask her to do it again she will continue until she touches the center. I’m thinking as she grows and her paws get bigger this will no longer be an issue. Her personality is a little stubborn so this might also contribute to her not touching the sensor correctly. Over all I am extremely pleased with the doorbell. It comes with various tones to pick from and four different volume levels.
    Emanuela Rodrigez
    May 30, 2021
    This is an amazing product! I mounted one transmitter to the inside of our back door and mounted the second transmitter to the outside wall. Remarkably, It survived -20 Deg F weather. Once you figure it out, setting up the transmitters is easy and the ringtone choices are vast. One of the best features is having unique ringtones, which makes it easy to tell if your dog wants to go outside or is ready to come back inside. I would give this 5 stars, but: 1.To replace the battery, you need to remove 3 screws on the back of the transmitter. You would first need to detach the transmitter from the wall / door, then remove the double-sided tape. Then you would need to get more double-sided tape.
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