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Nuclear Doorbell is the Most Annoying Way for Visitors to Announce Their Arrival, Ever.

by Paul Strauss
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Are you constantly missing the UPS guy because you didn’t hear them knock on the door? Or maybe you’re just sick of the old “ding-dong” of your doorbell. Well this doorbell is most certainly going to get your attention – or at least annoy the crap out of you.

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With a push of its wireless button, the Nuclear Doorbell blinks its lights and loudly announces visitors with a cacophony of  botherssome sounds, ranging from an droning klaxon to possibly the worst voice actor ever telling you that there’s someone at the door, to the sound of barn animals in a panic.

Here’s an audio/visual demonstration of one of these action, in case you want to turn down that Brittany Spears song you’ve got playing and subject your eardrums to something REALLY unpleasant.:

Attention! Attention! I’m really irritated now.

So if you’re ready to make your eardrums ache from jarring sounds every time a survey-taker comes to your front door, you can grab one of these unholy things over at UK outfit GadgetShop for £16.99 (appx. $24 USD).

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