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Doorbell Phone [Project]
posted October 1 2013 13:07.00 by spic0m




After acquiring an old phone the maker of this project thought:

Seeing as how we didn't have a landline anymore I had to come up with something useful for this phone to do. Our current doorbell is one of those cheap electronic ones with the boring 'ding-dong ' sound, so modern and homogenous. Thus, the new life for this phone was decided. It would have to be wireless because I'm a renter and can't permanently alter the house, and the current doorbell button wasn't in a location where I could easily run new wire. The only other requirements were that the new button would have to look cool in a retro way, and the phone would have to be mounted non-permanently on a wall or other vertical surface.

[Link: bryanzimmer]
 
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