Not anywhere like at that level, but, we mistakenly assumed that the Tapo (TP-Link) extra chimes we bought for our new Tapo doorbell ( having exited Ring sharpish) would actually ring. Apparently not. They don't specify in the doorbell documentation that there's a specific model chime you need and so I assumed that any of their chimes would work.
I only worked it out I need a different chimer with some very careful reading of the specifications of both models, after Tapo support had sent me instructions on how to connect my chimer to my doorbell, but which actually referenced the other model, but not the one I'd told them I had.
Tapo are possibly one of the poorest communicating companies I've ever dealt with. It's not that they don't communicate. They do. They're very quick to answer the phone or get back when you email them. Fair play to them on that. It's like they have no clue that the user doesn't already know what they know. They give incomplete or ambiguous instructions (like in this case which chimer the door bell links with) in initial set-up or direct support ( we have a few other Tapo bits so I'm used to puzzling out what you actually need to do to get them working). And they don't seem to notice key details in what you send them if you ask for help. not helped by the first line support struggling to understand the purpose, i.e. that a doorbell might need an extra chime or two, round the house, so it needs to communicate with the extra chimers. When I phoned I specified that I had the H100 chime, Then they sent instructions to install the chime. These were a series of steps, but they weren't a full explanation, there were vague bits and ambiguities, which made following them difficult, so that I didn't realise at first that they might be only for a different (H200) device. Which is when I went back and looked at the tiny print in the descriptions of the chimes. H200 had my doorbell in the middle o some tiny print, and H100 didn't.