Review: SENWOW LinBell G2 Self-Powered Wireless Doorbell
The SENWOW LinBell G2 Self-Powered Wireless Doorbell is a brilliant idea. As the name suggests, this doorbell has a transmitter that you can stick anywhere and requires no batteries to reach its receiver. You press the unit-sized button on the transmitter and as long as the receiver is plugged into an active AC outlet and is within approximately 500 feet in a typical household setting, the doorbell will chime. If you want to compare wireless doorbell kits, it’s worth looking at this roundup.
The default ring is a pleasant double “bing-bong” sound, but there are 38 total sounds to choose from, some of which are musical ditties or crazy voice samples in different languages. Naturally, there are also different volume levels to choose from for all of these.
In the package you get a transmitter and receiver, instruction manual, QR code, and an optional mounting plate and screws. Personally, I just used the 3M tape already on the transmitter to stick it onto my wall. While I’m using it as a basement doorbell for when someone wants to reach me, the transmitter is properly weatherproofed, so it’s suitable for outdoor use.
I rarely declare a product perfect, but in this case, everything from the feature-set to the price point are nearly there. If you need a doorbell for just about any situation, this product is well worth checking out.
Thanks to SENWOW for the review unit.