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Don’t spend a fortune on security – US Patrol have an all in one useful sensor that you can quickly and easily install yourself
Be prepared whilst feeling safe and secure with US Patrol 2-in-1 Motion Sensor Alarm and Chime. 95% of home burglaries that happen are in the properties that do not possess a functioning security alarm so this is your opportunity to make your property safe and be aware when you have visitors (whether they are wanted or unwanted - it pays to know!)
Of course, everyone would much prefer having security in their homes, but some security appliances are just too expensive to purchase and may involve an installation process that is too far-fetched, also there may be areas of a property that you feel is particularly vulnerable - say a side entranceway, or a shared driveway.
The US Patrol 2-in-1 Sensor Alarm and Chime uses infrared motion sensor technology to either pleasantly greet your visitors or deter intruders. You can choose the setting!
No need for wires and complex installation, costly installation by an electrician, the sensor is easily fitted so you can use it instantly.
Ideal for any home, shop or business!
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|SKU / Product Code||10129|
|Recommended For||Motion sensor to alert you of movement, either a deterring beep or a welcoming chime! You choose.|
|Included Contents||2 Remotes, 1 Sensor|
|Power||4 x AA Batteries, 6 Button Cell Batteries (3 in each remote)|
|Does Not Include||Batteries|
|4 star :||
|( 2 )|
- Does the job. Review by Dave Johnson, Kettering
Does the job. (Posted on 3 June 2016)
- Good deterrent Review by Daz
Very loud too. (Posted on 30 January 2015)
Would this alarm be suitable for a log cabin in the garden. I have a cat so would it be best to have the alarm inside the cabin if a intruder should break in, as I don't want to disturb the neighbours on a night when any cat could be on the prowl. Basically where would you recommend I position it?
Thanks for your question, I am afraid I do not have a definitive answer here. it would have to be a case of trying it to see if it suitable. I am sorry I can't say more than that, there are lots of imponderables, and I appreciate that you do not want to alert neighbours, however you could try it on the chime first to see if the cat activates the chime rather than having an alarm sounding.
The sensor also acts as a visual deterrent to intruders - sadly not to cats they are their own masters I am afraid - but it is worth a try for a very inexpensive form of added protection.
Hope this helps
Customer Care Team