What is the 'battle of the buzzer'?It's when 2 or more people live in an apartment and only one person's phone is connected to the front door buzzer. That person also tends to be the one who takes last minute showers, loses their phone in the couch cushions, or has it on silent, hence a lot of buzz's go unnoticed, and the roommate/gf/bf make the trek downstairs to let people in.
Why do I bring this up?Because I found solution worth sharing!
Roommates can rejoice and lovers can... continue loving. No longer do you have to make unnecessary elevator trips or have guests feel abandoned when your buzzer goes unanswered. And to be honest, when you leave people in your apartment to let someone in, they snoop (or at least I do).
What is this miraculous invention?Easy Buzzer gives everyone who lives in the apartment control of the buzzer by connecting it to two or more phones. From booty calls to pizza delivery, no one can judge your buzz.
Who can use it?- Families
- Single people who's dogs can answer the phone ("Yes, this is dog")
The creator of Easy Buzzer, Dan Fraser, was someone who threw countless parties and personally made the trip up-and-down 30 stories to ensure everyone got in, despite buzzer (or roommate) malfunction. He recognized that he wasn't alone and decided to do something about it, and we're glad he did!
*GIVEAWAY*To celebrate the launch of Vancouver's very own Easy Buzzer, The Undomesticated is giving away '1 Free Year of Easy Buzzer'!
The winner will be announced over Twitter and Facebook on Tuesday March 18th.
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Get started with Easy Buzzer now for the price of a fancy Starbucks coffee.
This is not a sponsored post.