Wednesday, June 12, 2013

A $49.95 Alarm That Calls You, If Your Home Is Broken Into

Many people have affordable window and door alarms that go off, when they are home. Letting them know of an intruder. But this unit will call you on the phone, to let you know that you have a an intruder, while you are away!

Equip your home with an affordable alarm that will notify you, if you are away.
Photo by jgurbisz 
Protect your home with an affordable alarm that uses your voice to notify 3 phone numbers, such as your cell, police or a neighbor!
This handy and very affordable alarm doesn't require an installation fee or a monthly payment. The Motion Activated Alarm with Auto Dialer, installs in only a few minutes. You can actually take it with you if you move to a new home because you own it!

How does this $49.95 unit work? Well, it will call you and 2 other places, if it detects motion within a 20 feet by 90 degree angle space. Just place it in a room where you know an intruder will have to pass through to get to your valuables and near a phone outlet. You can pre-record with your own voice, a message that can be sent to 3 different phone numbers. If the unit detects movement in your home, it could for example; call your cell, the police AND a neighbor! Your message could be, "This is Mary Smith, my home has been broken into at, 1234 Riverwalk Street…". The message length should not exceed six seconds. It also has a 125 decibel beeping sound to notify you, when it detects movement. But it can also be disabled and make no sound, which is great for when you are away.

Don't pay for an expensive security service get an affordable one! This Motion Activated Alarm comes with a handy 6 feet phone line and a splitter (no need for an extra phone line service). The unit has a keypad attached for setting your own security code, entry and exit delays. The unit itself is pretty small, only 6 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 1 5/8" and requires 4 AAA batteries that are not included.

In just a few minutes, your place can be secured and for only $49.95, it won't break the bank!

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