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Can anyone recommend some budget security cameras ideally to keep an eye on our garage in back garden, budget of £20-£80 for a decent set.
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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
Can anyone recommend some budget security cameras ideally to keep an eye on our garage in back garden, budget of £20-£80 for a decent set.
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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
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#1
£20-£80 for a decent set.


not going to happen
#2
ive seen this for £50 http://www.cleverboxes.com/Product/465-SW224-HBC or these for 75 http://www.dataservesolutions.co.uk/product_CCTV-SW233-H2Y/CCTV_EQUIPMENT_TWIN_WIRELESSS_OUTDOOR_COLOUR_KIT.htm but would personally be recommended something


so surely theres got to be something.


it only needs to keep an eye on garage




Edited By: kyleg44 on Apr 15, 2011 08:38: .
#3
anybody got any recommendations?
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#5
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#6
speak to your local crime prevention unit they have loads of items much cheaper then online/stores
#7
vinylandtrinkets
speak to your local crime prevention unit they have loads of items much cheaper then online/stores


Great, thank you. :)

Edited By: kyleg44 on Apr 15, 2011 19:16
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kyleg44
vinylandtrinkets
speak to your local crime prevention unit they have loads of items much cheaper then online/stores


Great, thank you. :)



we had a burglar alarm fitted for £200 with room sensors in all the down stairs rooms, and one on the landing, also one main door sensor which is on the front door, keypad, and they came back after 6 months to check it was all ok
#9
vinylandtrinkets
kyleg44
vinylandtrinkets
speak to your local crime prevention unit they have loads of items much cheaper then online/stores


Great, thank you. :)



we had a burglar alarm fitted for £200 with room sensors in all the down stairs rooms, and one on the landing, also one main door sensor which is on the front door, keypad, and they came back after 6 months to check it was all ok



Excellent.

Is there a Site for them, or shall i just ring up, cant find the number any where :|


Edited By: kyleg44 on Apr 15, 2011 20:22
#10
just ring them up and arrange an appointment for them to come to the house, you might need to ring your local police station if they are based there, my local one is based next door to our local station so it was easy to find them,

where do you live hun?
#11
vinylandtrinkets
just ring them up and arrange an appointment for them to come to the house, you might need to ring your local police station if they are based there, my local one is based next door to our local station so it was easy to find them,

where do you live hun?


Barnsley, will find the number tomorrow and give them a ring.

Aslong as it saves me £££ (_;) and a few grand in garage :)

Me and OH just moved house and got garage in back garden so interested in purchasing some security equipment as I'm not too keen on the neighbourhood

Edited By: kyleg44 on Apr 15, 2011 22:58: ...
#12
kyleg44
vinylandtrinkets
just ring them up and arrange an appointment for them to come to the house, you might need to ring your local police station if they are based there, my local one is based next door to our local station so it was easy to find them,

where do you live hun?


they offered to add additional sensor in our garage which would be part of the house alarm, and set when we go out/turn the alarm on. we didnt want it as the garage was coming down, our local crime prevention were brilliant only sold us what we needed nothing extra, they were here for hours because the guy who wired our house didnt think to leave a diagram of where the strange wires go to lol, ive got so many sockets,switches,cable points and hdm point then i know what to do with.

Barnsley, will find the number tomorrow and give them a ring.

Aslong as it saves me £££ (_;) and a few grand in garage :)

Me and OH just moved house and got garage in back garden so interested in purchasing some security equipment as I'm not too keen on the neighbourhood
#13
vinylandtrinkets
kyleg44
vinylandtrinkets
just ring them up and arrange an appointment for them to come to the house, you might need to ring your local police station if they are based there, my local one is based next door to our local station so it was easy to find them,

where do you live hun?


they offered to add additional sensor in our garage which would be part of the house alarm, and set when we go out/turn the alarm on. we didnt want it as the garage was coming down, our local crime prevention were brilliant only sold us what we needed nothing extra, they were here for hours because the guy who wired our house didnt think to leave a diagram of where the strange wires go to lol, ive got so many sockets,switches,cable points and hdm point then i know what to do with.

Barnsley, will find the number tomorrow and give them a ring.

Aslong as it saves me £££ (_;) and a few grand in garage :)

Me and OH just moved house and got garage in back garden so interested in purchasing some security equipment as I'm not too keen on the neighbourhood



Hahaha,
well.. will have to get in contact with them, see what they recommend .

Thanks for advice :)

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