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Victorian Style Doorbell but wireless - is there such a thing?

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CuddyMum Tue 04-Jun-13 13:35:05

Is there such thing as a wireless doorbell but in a Victorian style? Or, could I adapt a modern wireless doorbell and hide the push button under a Victorian facade? Any suggestions?

Wingedharpy Tue 04-Jun-13 14:49:16

I know nothing but have just googled bell push converter and that throws up things which may be of use to you.

CuddyMum Tue 04-Jun-13 16:13:47

I think the problem is that there isn't a bell currently installed and nor are there any existing wires. Off to Google again...

wonkylegs Tue 04-Jun-13 19:10:06

We bodged ours - we bought a wireless set and a wired bell push approx the same size and swapped the front bits (nasty White plastic to brass) we've even swapped it from brass to chrome since then. We got one with an actual push pad rather than the rubber pads as it looked more compatible.

wonkylegs Tue 04-Jun-13 19:16:23

It's by Freidland and looks like their converter. here
then you can add whatever front you like...
I like some of the ones on here

CuddyMum Tue 04-Jun-13 19:27:47

Cheers Wonky smile

I've ordered a nice round bell and I'm going to attempt a bodge job on it!

Badunkadunk Sat 21-Jan-17 20:31:59

Wonkylegs - did the plastic sides show or did you find something that covered the sides? TIA smile

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