KNOCK Doorbells are made to fill a need that the major doorbell
manufactures have left behind- stylish chimes with presence
and quality. Aside from design quality, the thing that distinguishes
KNOCK Doorbells from many other chimes is a philosophy that
there is only one way to make a doorbell work- the honest
way... to have little hammers strike metal bells. No
synthetic chirps, no canned “music” and
definitely no boring white boxes.
specializes in making the classic longbell. The brass
tubes aren't just for looks- they are actually the bells
that are struck to make the familiar ding-dong sound with
outstanding volume and lingering resonance.
Connects to existing doorbell wiring found in most homes and
works with all common doorbell buttons.
Runs on low voltage power supplied by a common 16-volt doorbell
Two notes for front door; one note for additional door if
Bell tubes are handcrafted from brass tube stock and make the clean clear sound that only brass can provide. They are
cut to a specific length to provide the classic ding-dong
tuning. The tubes are given a radial brush finish and protected
with clear lacquer. Machined aluminum end plugs provide a
solid anvil for the strike point of the bells. They are machined
to a precise tolerance of +/- 0.005 to assure a perfect fit.
Hanger loops are made of ultra-tough braided nylon cord.
The chime mechanism combines an industry-standard twin solenoid
module and custom designed sheet metal frame. The frame is
made from robust 16-guage steel for ruggedness, and powder
coated for permanent protection. Stainless steel and nickel
plated brass hardware make up the bell hanger assembly. Threaded
hanger nuts allow left/right adjustment to tune in ideal bell
position for a perfect strike.
Handcrafted by select woodworkers.
KNOCK Doorbells are handmade in very small lots to allow focused
attention to quality. At times, a two week delay may be required
while one is being built for you.
Looking for something unique? KNOCK can do that!
info on specifc models by clicking on the gray tabs at the
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