We've reviewed countless doorbell buttons, and the Heathco Zenith SL-260 is the best. This handsome, powerful button has a clean, modern presence, and will flush with your wall unlike cheaper versions.
The Heath Zenith SL-6167-C Heathco SL-7367-02 Plug-in Wireless Doorbell Kit is the hands-down best plug-in intercom kit, with perfect sound and features like a doorbell and intercom.
HeathCo's chime kit lets a person respond from a location away from their door. It's easy to install, and its control range rivals that of more expensive chimes.
The GE wireless doorbell kit is easy to install. The kit comes with a wall mount for easy installation, and has great range. It is compatible with most outdoor entrances. The chime is loud enough to be heard from all areas of the house.
This GE wireless push button is designed for use with the GE wireless doorbell kits, although it works well with a do-it-yourself installation. The phone is way louder than the GE wireless kits, but the push buttons fail to extend a chime.
This doorbell kit is simple to install, has a wide range of volume options, and it's battery operated.
This product does exactly what it's supposed to, but if you're looking for a push-button flush, you're better off paying the extra 50 cents for this more expensive model.
It's great that you don't need a doorbell wire to run this doorbell kit, but at $30 it's among the most expensive we tested. The receiver was easy to install, but it takes 2 AAA batteries, which are included with the kit, which are hard to find. It does come with an instruction sheet, though.