DH1814 White Doorbell Button with Black Trim Around Button
DH1814 All White Wired Doorbell Button. Not a lot to say about this doorbell button. No bells and whistles, no-frills. A simple doorbell button for wired doorbell systems.
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Can you imagine the product designer who took the bold step to design a push-button that looks as distinctive as this one? It is polarizing – you are going to love it or hate it. For that right person, this is a wired doorbell button you would be hard-pressed to find anything like it anywhere.
To boot, this product is on sale for a great price–but don’t let that fool you, this is a solid, good product. Designed and manufactured by Thomas & Betts, this product is surface mounted and super easy to install. The case is a rugged plastic box that is all-white with a white circular button located in the center. The designer did a great job by hiding the mounting screws under the snap-off front cover.
A great price for a wired doorbell button. If you’re looking for a new doorbell button for your wired doorbell system, this is a great choice. The low price and high quality make it a smart choice to use in office and warehouse environments. Great price for a sturdy, good looking, wired button.
- White Button located in the center of the box with black accent surrounding button
- White Housing that hides mounting screws
- Surface mounted (2″ X 1″)
- Manufactured by Thomas and Betts
- 1-year manufacturer’s warranty
- Wired doorbell button for use with transformer powered wired chimes only
- Plastic case/molding
- Dimensions are 7/8”W x 2-1/8”H x 3/4”
- Surface mounted
|Dimensions||0.75 × 0.875 × 2.125 in|
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|Mounting Screw Distance||
0.75L x 0.875W x 2.125H
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Non Lighted Button
The three buttons arrived a few days ago and today I installed them next to my garage doors so they can be opened while standing by the doors. Don’t know why I waited 30 years to do that project.
Ding dong bell,exactly what we were looking for.