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FRIDGGI - Freezer Door Alarm with 60 Second Delay, 2, 3, and 4 Minute Reminders, Refrigerator and Fridge Door Alarm or Chime, Low/Loud 80 to 110 dB (White)

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A refrigerator alarm functions as a reminder to know when the fridge door is open by sending signals.

another angle here - would be good to have something that checks the fridge temperature accurately , and , also tells you if the door is open ?Easy to Install - FRIDGGI emits a low volume beep when you exceed the allowed gap between the Alarm and the mini sensor; open/close the door to check before peeling the double-sided tape. Tilt Switch: These alarms activate when the refrigerator is tilted beyond a certain angle, indicating an open door. The FRIDGGI Freezer Door Alarm is a handy device that helps you avoid leaving your fridge or freezer door open for too long. I find that it needs to be installed at a specific distance from the magnet just so that it would report being OPEN when the door is slightly open. This process keeps going until the resistance of the LDR becomes high again—which happens when it doesn’t detect light.

The Freezer Door Alarm is a must-have for anyone who wants to prevent food waste and extend the life of their refrigerator. On the side of the larger piece, there’s a switch and you can turn the switch to three modes: Alarm, Chime, or Off.

Unlike regular chimes or alarms, FRIDGGI only makes one beep when the door is open then progressive Di Di alerts after 1, 2, and 3 minutes; you have 59 seconds to take food out of the freezer or refrigerator. The main downfall to these kind of alarms is that the button to turn off the alarm is RIGHT THERE so if your kids can reach, they’ll turn it off.

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