M2: Supersavers: Sound sense.(Features)

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M2: Supersavers: Sound sense.(Features)


RADIO frequency cordless doorbell plugs into any convenient socket - no wiring or installation required. On offer for only pounds 21.95 incl. home delivery.

Using radio frequency technology, our clever door chime requires no wiring at all and will let you hear when a visitor calls in any room of the house.

Simply fix the bell-push transmitter to your door and plug the chiming receiver into any convenient socket as far as 25 metres/75 feet away.

When pressed, the bell-push will send a signal to the receiver, which will immediately alert you to their presence with a choice of two different chimes.

It's ideal for anyone who does not want to go to the trouble of installing a wired-in doorbell, or for those who struggle to hear their bell in some rooms of the house. What's more, the multi-channel system will eliminate interference from similar radio frequency devices used in your home or by your neighbours. The plug-in unit even features its own three-pin outlet so that you can still use the socket for other electrical appliances. The bell can also be used as a pager if required.

Coming complete with a battery and fixtures for the bell push, the entire system is on offer for only pounds 21.95 incl. home delivery.CORDLESS CHIMEDE-HUMIDIFIERSKEEP your cupboards and wardrobes fresh and dry with these clever de-humidifiers.

Such humidity can be caused by poor air circulation in the confined area of a cupboard, especially in fitted wardrobes and can also be generated by clothing. Put an end to the problem by hanging one of the de-humidifiers on your clothes rail or a hook or laying it on a shelf. Packed with hundreds of moisture-catching silica crystals with exceptional dehydrating capabilities, they are suitable for wardrobes and understairs cupboards up to 5 metres long. The crystals turn from orange to pink as they absorb dampness and condensation, and can be reactivated up to a thousand times by warming gently in the oven. …

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