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Last Edited by StrawMan86 May 13, 2020 at 01:45 PM
also $6.95 at Amazon [amazon.com] (thanks Kryta)

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Nice deal, these used to be around $10 a unit at Walmart.
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Nice deal, these used to be around $10 a unit at Walmart.
$10.95 but it drops to $5.00 if its on clearance. brickseak it.
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It always annoys me when these types of devices use special batteries. Is there any alarm that uses AA or AAA batteries?
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It always annoys me when these types of devices use special batteries. Is there any alarm that uses AA or AAA batteries?
I think it's because of size, voltage, and wattage that they use those batteries but I could be wrong.
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You can buy a share of GE for less than this
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Ultra loud... Not for front door use... Will scare the heck out of ur guests
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It always annoys me when these types of devices use special batteries. Is there any alarm that uses AA or AAA batteries?
Fosmon. (Wireless sensors) stand alone alarm(no alexa or Google assistant or hubs nonsense crap)
Front door has been running 15 month on original battery
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I think it's because of size, voltage, and wattage that they use those batteries but I could be wrong.
Yeah, button cell batteries certainly have their advantages (low drain, high output on demand). But they are so inconvenient to replace. If I were to get these I'd probably try to put some AA batteries in series to get it to work.
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same price at amazon, for those who preferred..
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...0DER&psc=1
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Fosmon. (Wireless sensors) stand alone alarm(no alexa or Google assistant or hubs nonsense crap)
Front door has been running 15 month on original battery
Thank you! I think my dad uses the doorbell version. Which I think uses a 12V battery? But according to the amazon product page the door chime certainly is using AA batteries. Thanks again for sharing.
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Thank you! I think my dad uses the doorbell version. Which I think uses a 12V battery? But according to the amazon product page the door chime certainly is using AA batteries. Thanks again for sharing.
Aa battery on sensor, and the receiver just plug to outlet...
When baby sleeping.. I disconnect the receiver... Has been working extremely well.. All doors have different chimes so i know what door was opened...
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You can buy a share of GE for less than this
that's below the belt punch . . .
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