MoniSee Wireless Doorbell Review

Updated: Aug 8, 2019

The MoniSee wireless doorbell is a standard, push and go wireless doorbell. It does not have anything fancy, such as video or WiFi integration, but it is great as a basic doorbell.

MoniSee Expandable Wireless Doorbell Alert System

The MoniSee wireless doorbell is available with:

  • 1 Receiver, 1 push button or

  • 2 receivers, 1 push button or

  • Customized add-on extensions.

It is great to have this much choice, especially if you are looking for an expandable wireless doorbell with more than one receiver. This choice needs to be made at the point of purchase.

MoniSee Wireless Doorbell – Details

What You Get In The Kit

  • 1 x push button

  • 1 x plug-in receiver

  • Adhesive Strips

  • 2 x anchors

  • 4 x screws


The advertised distance for the MoniSee wireless doorbell is 500 feet (150m), however, you must remember that there are many obstacles between your wireless doorbell push button and receiver. Walls, doors, other electrical items, and floors will weaken the wireless signal as it passes through them on the way to the receiver.

500 feet in the open air will give you more than enough distance capabilities for a regular size home. And the wireless signal is transmitted on a frequency of 433.92MHZ.



There are 52 different ringtones to choose from!

The tones range from the classic 'ding dong' to more melodic options. Follow the simple instructions in the user manual to pair the device and select your favorite tune.

Of the 52 chimes, you are only likely to like a small amount! If you are like me, you will go through the entire list before settling on the classic 'ding dong'. Having said that, it is nice to have such a wide variety of chimes to choose from.


The volume range is 25dB-100dB which is more than enough volume for a regular size home! The volume can be set using 1 of 4 volume levels.

If you are deaf or hard of hearing then the MoniSee wireless doorbell, along with the LED flash when the button is pressed, needs to be considered.

Whilst there are louder wireless doorbell options (some hitting 125dB!), 100dB is simply loud enough!


There are two things you need to consider when thinking about a weatherproof wireless doorbell.

Waterproof Rating

In terms of being waterproof, the MoniSee wireless doorbell is rated IP56, which is one of the best options, and ensured that the push button is not damaged when exposed to the rain.

Working Temperature Range

The working temperature range for the MoniSee wireless doorbell is -22°F to 158°F (-30°C – 70°C).

It really is a complete weatherproof wireless doorbell! Cold, or hot, Sun, or Rain, the MoniSee wireless doorbell has you covered!


Wireless doorbell installation is very, very easy and you can expect the same with the MoniSee doorbell.

Pairing the doorbell receiver with the push button is extremely easy, simply follow the same instructions as you would when choosing a new ringtone.

How To Pair The MoniSee Wireless Doorbell

Please plug one receiver into a regular socket and pick the sound you want on this receiver.Press and hold the volume button on the receiver for about 5 seconds, the receiver will blink with a 'ding-dong' sound, then immediately push a transmitter to pair with the receiver. Finally, you will hear the music you set.It is the same operation method to pair other transmitters with receivers.

Installing the Push Button

The wireless doorbell kit comes with screw and adhesive strips to secure the push button to your front door.

In terms of how you install it to your door, it is completely up to you. There are drawbacks to using either the adhesive or the screws.


Using the adhesive strips allows you to secure the push button without causing damage to the frame of your door. If you are not happy with having screw holes in your door frame, then we suggest that you use the adhesive strips.

The only drawback is the strength of the bond. If your front door is exposed to the elements (if you do not have a porch) then the rainwater may weaken the bond over time.


You may choose to screw the push button onto your door, which is the decision we always go for. You will always need a doorbell, so although they are screw holes in the door, they are always going to be used to host the push button.

In fact, we not only use the screws to secure the push button, but we also use the adhesive to add is some extra protection. Over time, the push button could cause a little damage to the door frame, so the adhesive offers protection.


MoniSee is providing a 12-month warranty with our wireless doorbell option, which really shows how much we are confident in our own ability to create a safe, and reliable wireless doorbell.

If you are having problems with this wireless doorbell then please contact MoniSee at


After reviewing the MoniSee wireless doorbell, you should have no hesitation in adding it to your list of the greatest wireless doorbells for your home, office, or apartment.

It is a fantastic option if you are looking for a:

  • Weatherproof wireless doorbell

  • Cold weather wireless doorbell

  • Waterproof wireless doorbell

  • Doorbell of the deaf or hard of hearing

The minimalist design, multiple chime choice, and loud volume mean it scored very highly on this review.


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