The Cubicle Doorbell
That sound means you have a visitor
- It's only polite to ring before entering
- Three volume levels so you aren't TOO disturbing
- 12 different sound effects available
So, how does someone "knock" on your cubicle? Well, one way would be to use The Cubicle Doorbell - a small device that provides a more civilized way for visitors to announce their arrival at your cubicle entrance. Just in case you had a few questions...
Q: Why would anyone possibly want a doorbell on their cubicle? Typically, visitors knock loudly on the cubicle partion, shuffle/stamp their feet, or clear their throat repeatedly to get your attention. The Cubicle Doorbell provides a fun way for visitors to announce their arrival.
Q: How loud is The Cubicle Doorbell, won't it be annoying to other people in the office? The unique 3-position volume selector lets you set the loudness for your particular environment. Normal (for environments with average background noises); Soft (for less active environments); Personal (extra soft for very quiet environments).
Q: What kind of sound does the doorbell make? The Cubicle Doorbell has 12 different sound choices. Chirping birds, Old car horn, "Ding-Dong" doorbell, Sprong, Fading laser, Knocking on door, Fog horn, Big band, "Quack-Quack", Ring tone, Cat meowing and Chimes.
Q: How does The Cubicle Doorbell attach to my cubicle? It comes with double-sided self-adhesive velcro. Simply peel off the protective plastic to expose the adhesive and attach it to any convenient surface on your cubicle entrance. The velcro allows you to easily remove the doorbell so you can take it around the office to show it off :)
Q: What if I don't want to see the person who is ringing The Cubicle Doorbell? Well, you could try to pretend that you don't hear them, but that might not work. We think it's better to shoot at them with the USB Rocket Launcher or Airzooka. Maybe flash them your STFU Beer Stein to give them a hint!
Takes 2 AAA batteries, included. Dimensions are 2.75" x 2.75" x 0.75"