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Badger Basket Silent Light Phone Ring Sensor

Badger Basket Silent Light Phone Ring Sensor
Badger Basket Silent Light Phone Ring Sensor


Product Added : January 13th, 2013
Category : Cell Phones

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Badger Basket Silent Light Phone Ring Sensor


Badger Basket Silent Light Phone Ring Sensor

The Silent Light Telephone Sensor permits you to turn off your phone ringer but in no way miss a call.

  • Turn off phone ringer but in no way miss a contact
  • LED bulb lasts for years
  • Won’t disturb a sleeping baby
  • Straightforward installation
  • Suggested Age Range birth and up

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What customers say about Badger Basket Silent Light Phone Ring Sensor?

  1. 22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    non-standard connector, September 5, 2007
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    This review is from: Badger Basket Silent Light Phone Ring Sensor (Toy)

    As the last reviewer said, this device does not fit a normal phone jack. I wish I had found this out before I bought it.

    (I ended up getting a Krown Phone Flasher, which has a standard plug and a jack built in so you don’t need a splitter.)

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  2. 21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Works, but has a non-standard connector, August 22, 2007
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    D. Riesbeck “dodald” (New York) –
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    This review is from: Badger Basket Silent Light Phone Ring Sensor (Toy)

    The connector on this light is a 4P9C (RJ9/Handset), most phones use an RJ11. I had to cut the connector off and put an RJ11 on. If you don’t have connectors, and a crimping tool avoid this product.

    It could have been a mistake…

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  3. 16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Is there an echo in here?, April 9, 2009
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    D. Hightower (Warner Robins, GA United States) –
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    This review is from: Badger Basket Silent Light Phone Ring Sensor (Toy)

    Yes, I’m echoing previous reviews of this product.

    I read that there was a non-standard connection on the cord that comes with this, but I also noted that the reviews were somewhat dated, so I went to the manufacturer’s website and downloaded the manual for this product. The manual clearly states that you can plug this into the wall, or into a splitter jack if you wanted a phone connected to the same jack. “Aha!”, thinks I — “If they manual says you can plug it into the wall, they must have updated it with an RJ-11 plug!”. Thus goeth fools….thus went I.

    Nope. The item I received was opened and taped back shut. “No worries”, thinks I …it looks in good shape. Lo and behold, the plug on the end of the wire is NOT an RJ-11…it is (as others have said) a handset plug..and will NOT plug into the wall, and so far as I know there are no splitters for this type of plug.

    Back this goes…and Amazon would do well to remove this from their site–it’s a nice concept, but poorly designed and poorly documented.

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