TeckNet Long Range Waterproof Wireless Doorbell

Last updated: August 4, 2022

We looked at the top Wireless Doorbells and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Wireless Doorbell you should buy.

Product Details

In our analysis of 71 expert reviews, the TeckNet Long Range Waterproof Wireless Doorbell placed 20th when we looked at the top 22 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The WA658 Plug-in Wireless Door Chime and Push Button makes it easy to replace your home’s generic doorbell ring with a chime tune that better fits your individual style. Easy to install and operate, it plugs into any standard wall outlet. Use it for front, side, or back doors to gain security and peace of mind. You’ll be happy to know that you have the option of turning the chime down or up–a great option for different environment. Thanks to its industry-leading 820-feet working range, you’ll be sure never to miss a visitor’s arrival no matter where you are. This unit lets you choose the best way to be notified when someone is at your door. In addition to your choice of 32 selectable chime tunes. The flashing light indicator that gives you a visual form of notification(an excellent feature for the hearing impaired). The WA658 has 64,000 available codes to prevent interference from other users.

Our Expert Consultant

James Both   
Founder and CEO of One Hour Smart Home

James Both is the founder and CEO of One Hour Smart Home, a smart home consulting practice that provides businesses and homeowners with the resources they need to automate their homes. He got his undergraduate degree in engineering from the University of Michigan and completed his MBA at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.  

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Whilst reviewing the TeckNet Wireless Doorbell, we found it to be a very good, cheap wireless doorbell option that looks great and has some excellent features.
It’s got a very intuitive design, with a push-button transmitter and an easy-to-understand receiver.

What reviewers didn't like

The only drawback really is the waterproof rating. Wireless doorbells tend to have IP33, IP44, or IP55 waterproof ratings so this is at the lower end of the scale. Again, if you need a wireless doorbell with a higher waterproof rating, then there are other options available.
View our Wireless Doorbell buying guide for in-depth advice and recommendations.

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