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BT Wireless House Alarm - What You Get

What you get

In the kit provided by crime Prevention Products you receive:

What you need:

If you have Internet access you can use your own secure online account to see what has happened with your alarm system.
These extra accessories can be added to your kit when you order:

Fast and easy to fit
This Home Monitor wireless alarm system has been designed with the average homeowner in mind.
It is simple to understand and easy-to-fit.
If you can use a screwdriver, you should be able to install this kit in under 2 hours.
You won't damage your room decorating
This Home Monitor is wireless so you have no cables to route around your home.
The sensors even come with adhesive so you don't need to drill any holes.
Just plug the control panel into the mains at any power socket and connect it to your phone line.
Take it with you if you move

Unlike most alarm systems, the Home Monitor is completely portable. If you ever move house, just take it with you. It's the perfect solution for students or those who move often for work.


Expand your system :
Extra accessories can be added to your kit when you order or at any later date



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