Ceiling Vibrator: A Gadget to Help You Get Even with Noisy Neighbors

Photo of author

Fact Checked by

on

|

Written by

As an Amazon Associate, I may earn from qualifying purchases at no extra cost to you.

The ceiling vibrator is one of the most effective ways to get even with your annoying upstairs neighbors.

If you live in an apartment, then you know how annoying it can be.

For most folks, owning a home might take ages and could be a dream not come true especially with the rising cost of living.

According to data published on Statista website, 24% of New York population live in apartments. (Source)

Living in apartment has always been one hell of a rollercoaster living.

One moment you’re living in a quiet haven and the next moment hell breaks loose.

And because there’s nothing you can do, technically, your last resort would be the ceiling vibrator.

In this guide, I’m going to show you in detail how to use the ceiling vibrator to deal with noisy upstairs neighbors.

What is the Ceiling Vibrator?

The ceiling vibrator is a Chinese invention, a device that sends either vibrations or beat noise to upstairs neighbors alerting them of their noise menace.

This device is also known as sound eliminator, noise deadener, silencer or noise eliminating device.

The gadget serves to alert/warn upstairs neighbors that they’re being noisy.

If the neighbors won’t stop being noisy you can increase the vibrations/shock speed allowing you to get even.

It’s attached to the ceiling and once switched on; it sends vibrations that can be felt by upstairs neighbors.

The unit boasts pre-installed programs you can choose from.

How to Use the Ceiling Vibrator

There are three versions of the ceiling vibrator. With this you can choose one that would meet your specific requirements.

The three versions are:

  • Shock and beat (sends vibrations and beating sounds to the noisy upstairs neighbors)
  • Shock only (without beating sounds)
  • Beat only (without vibrations)

Of the three variations, shock and beat is the most commonly used and I would pick it any time as it gives a two in one functionality.

Below is a short video on how to use the ceiling vibrator.

Ceiling Vibrator Installation Guide

  1. Plug the power adapter’s wire end into the host female connector first, and then plug the power supply into the socket to test the machine.
  2. After confirming that there is no problem with the machine, insert a pole with a label into the machine, a total of 4 sections.
  3. After splicing, the base of the threaded rod is inserted into the bottom section. If you are worried about damage to the roof, you can put a layer of towel cloth or the like on the host.
  4. At the top, set the machine upright and tighten the plum handle on the threaded rod according to the height of your house to adjust the height. If the rod is too high, you can remove 1-3 sections.
  5. If the length is not long enough, you can add books or small stools at the bottom

 

Note: It is recommended to find a helper to support the pole during the initial

installation. Do not put the screw base in a soft place such as a sofa, otherwise it will

fall.

Make sure that the shorter the pole is, the more stable it is. The bottom is a stool table, which can effectively reduce the impact on the home and downstairs.

Observe the condition of the machine and pole after installation. If it wobbles, it means

that it is not installed properly.

Remote Control Functionality for the Ceiling Vibrator

The gear + and gear- buttons allow you adjust the beat speed. There are 9 kinds of beat speed, F1-F9- progressive beat intensity

ceiling vibrator remote
ceiling vibrator remote

 

Second, the mode switch 9 kinds of tapping modes cycle F1-F9.

Below is a detailed guide of the beat/vibration’s mode:

  • F1, is the default mode. Provides knocking or shaking and shuts down after 15 minutes.
  • F2, vibrate or tap every 10 seconds, stop for 10 seconds and then shut down after 30 minutes.
  • F3, every 30 seconds shake or beat 30 seconds, stop for 30 seconds, shut down after 1 hour
  • F4, vibrate or beat every 1 minute, stop for 1 minute, shut down after 2 hours
  • F5, shake or beat every 2 minutes, stop for 2 minutes, shut down after 4 hours
  • F6, vibrate or beat every 5 minutes, stop for 5 minutes, shut down after 6 hours
  • F7, vibrate or beat every 10 minutes, stop for 10 minutes, shut down after 12 hours
  • F8, shaking or beating every 20 minutes, stopping for 20 minutes, shutting down after 24 hours
  • F9, shaking every 30 minutes or beating for 30 minutes and stopping for 30 minutes shutdown time 1-4 hours with analysis

Thirdly, you need to adjust the required mode first when you make an appointment,

press the vibration button to start working, then press the appointment to adjust it for

1-8 hours and then turn on, then press the appointment to start and start timing.

After the machine is powered on, first press the power to turn on, and then press

the vibration button to start working.

Noise Deadener on Screen Instructions

P stands for strength

E, stands for appointment timing

The beginning of L represents the tapping mode (machines without tapping function

are invalid)

U at the beginning represents the vibration mode

H stands for mixed mode (vibration plus tapping)

Final thoughts

The ceiling vibrator can be a true lifesaver if you’re an apartment dweller. If your upstairs neighbors won’t let you live a quiet life, then why not unleash you revenge?

And don’t worry, this gadget won’t interfere with the structural integrity of your apartment. Therefore, you won’t get yourself in trouble with the property management.

If you want to regain your quiet living, I would recommend the ceiling vibrator as your true and unfailing companion.

Related: Top 13 Quietest Guns

65 thoughts on “Ceiling Vibrator: A Gadget to Help You Get Even with Noisy Neighbors”

  1. Where can I get this ceiling vibrator here in Colorado in the United States? Please help me this is an emergency!!!

    Reply
  2. Vibration mode. Does it run at different frequency and can you play tones like a tone generator. Are these perceived vibrations or does it rattle the floor? How much floor space does it target? Is this the one with shock mode ..what does it shock? How loud is the motor on this device?

    Reply
  3. 🇨🇦 Sounds like 🥴 a good line of attack when the bastards just don’t give a crap about your peace and quiet. What would be better is a sensor in the product that responds on its own, to every thumping beat or foot stomp.

    Reply
  4. An example of how to set it to vibrate once every 2 minutes?
    I put it on but it’s vibrating all the time.
    I use F5, P1 and when I press shock button (vibrate) it does it without stopping.

    Reply
    • Yes the Ceiling Vibrator is legal in the US. This gadget doesn’t interfere with the structural integrity of your house- the vibrations and tapping noise can’t ruin your house or get you in trouble with the landlord.

      Reply
    • @Mike O’Connor,
      Wrong! It is soon to be illegal and does in fact interfere with the structural integrity of the floor, especially the subflooring and floor joists. I am quiet and two downstairs neighbors before me never had an issue with me. But this sensitive idiot are bothered by the slightest whatever it’s so ridiculous! Now I have law enforcement involved and an officer confirms what I felt, which as a veteran with ptsd it exacerbates my vertigo and makes me nauseous. Ya, great gadget…NOT! Soon to be illegality California and several other states. Good luck!

      Reply
    • Hello Keonna. The ceiling vibrator works on downstairs noisy neighbors as it does with the upstairs neighbors. The trick here is to setup upside down. It will work just fine. Kindly let me know if you have any other queries.

      Reply
  5. How utterly depressing that supposedly rational adults are actually buying these things.

    You think acting like children by using something like this to ‘get revenge’ makes any sense at all?

    I’m sure you’ll really improve relations with your neighbors by investing in one of these.

    Reply
    • The ceiling vibrator should the be last resort after all possible negotiations fail. At times neighbors can be J#$ka$$ and they won’t even listen to you, the landlord or even when a mediator is involved.

      Changing neighborhoods in most cases won’t help. Because wherever you go there will always be someone to mess up the quietness of the entire neighborhood. Sometimes you end up suffering the most because being a good neighbor.

      Soundproofing may work, but it doesn’t solve the problem since most of the products only absorb echoes, reverbs and won’t block sound yet the manufacturers advertise them as sound blockers.

      Reply
  6. I have a neighbor that spies on me even has equipment to listen too. Do they make maybe a low level vibratory or such that would interfere with their equipment. Even go as far as over my bed and above my bathroom. I know… Crazy…

    Reply

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.