Woodstock Zenergy Door Chime

Woodstock Zenergy Door Chime

  • $54.99

Relax. Refocus. Reenergize.

This unique door chime rings a welcoming message every time you come home.

We live in a vast ocean of sound. But what is the sound made by a single drop of water? Open the door and this Zenergy Chime emits a powerful tone of singular beauty that lasts and lasts, creating a pleasant musical greeting. The three rods of this chime are musically tuned and carefully mounted on its base to sustain harmonic tones at the perfect volume to signal and invite.

Comes with easy-to-mount instructions for wooden or metal doors.

  • Cherry finish ash wood
  • Three silver polished aluminum solid rods
  • Aluminum striker
  • Magnets
  • Overall Length: 9 inches • Width: 3 inches • Depth: 1 inches

Woodstock Zenergy door chimeTM mounting instructions and template
metal doors
Your Zenergy Door Chime has three strong magnets embedded in the base of the chime. The magnets will securely attach the chime to any metal door.
Wooden doors
This template will assist you in positioning two screws for attachment to a wooden door.
1. Place this template in the desired location on the door, ensuring the long edge of the template is parallel to the edge of the door. The two screw locations are indicated by the two + signs at the top and bottom of this template. Mark these locations on your door with
a pencil. When finished these screw locations should be exactly six inches apart.
2. Attach screws (screws not included) to your wooden door. We recommend using two #10 pan head screws that are 3/4” or 1” in length. If you have a hollow wood door, an appropriate anchor must also be used. Your local hardware store can help you with this. Only the Zenergy Door Chime striker should move when the door moves. You may need to adjust the screw depth to hold the chime tight against the door.
3. Another mounting option would be using high-quality, strong adhesion double-stick tape (tape not included).
4. Before use, ensure your door chime is securely attached to your door.
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This edge should be parallel to the edge of the door.
This edge should be parallel to the edge of the door.