C3-PW Elegant Doorbell w Rosewood Hanging Tubes by Craftmade
A very elegant, wired doorbell with real hanging pewter tubes. This chime plays the 8-note or 4-note Westminster chime for the front door and a single note for a second door. The cabinet of this chime features rich rosewood and an aged pewter medallion inlay. This is a lovely, elegant, beautiful-sounding chime.
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“They don’t make them like they used to,” grandpa told me the other day. He could not have been talking about doorbells and door chimes though. After seeing the C3-PW wired doorbell by Craftmade, you just can’t say that anymore.
This wired chime has a gorgeous rosewood cabinet with a medallion insert laid into the front face of the chime’s cabinet. The medallion is set on top of a lovely metallic plate painted in rustic gold and antique pewter colors. Around the inlay-ed plate, there’s a nice pewter color border that compliments the medallion and metallic plate.
Hanging from the bottom of the rosewood cabinet are three antique pewter tubes used the resonate an 8 or 4-note Westminster chime for the front door and a single note for 2 secondary doors.
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Hear the 8-Note Westminster Melody Played by This Chime
The product is classy and is waiting for that classy home to move into! This is a wired doorbell and a 16-volt transformer is recommended.
- Hangs vertically
- Brass tubes for sound
- Rosewood cabinet
- 8/4 note Westminster melody
- Height 16.75″ x Width 10.0″ x Depth 4.25″
- Requires a 16V transformer (not included)
|Dimensions||4.25 × 10 × 16.75 in|
|Chime Hanging Position||
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4.25L x 10W x 16.75H
4 Note, 8/ 4 Note Front Door & 1 Note 2nd / 3rd Door
This doorbell sounds nice and it rings long enough and is loud enough to hear at the far end of the house. This chime replaced an existing doorbell.
The instruction for installation was good. Installation was straight-forward.
This chime requires continuous power after the button is pushed. The wiring from my old chime needed to be slightly modified to remove a wire-nut which tied the pushbutton to the power feed (3-wire method) and convert to a separate power feed and separate button circuit (4-wire).
This is a nice doorbell. When I picked it up off the front porch after FEDEX dropped it off, I could not believe how heavy it was. It is really a nice doorbell.