BT Home Monitor & Alarm system- The Delux Kit: VP 1000 - just £89.99 delivered ( was £199.99) !!!! - HotUKDeals
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BT Home Monitor - The Delux Kit: VP 1000 is now reduced to £99.99 (was £199.99) @ BT Shop inc FREE delivery

Use code AFFHOMESEC to get 30% discount, thus lowering the price to £69.99 delivered. Bargain !!!

Edit : code AFFHOMESEC has expired. Use code TENYAHOO to get 10% discount.

Now includes 3 BT Home Security Movement Detectors VP worth £29.99 each and 2 BT Home Security Keyfobs VP worth £19.99 each

Description : The BT Home Monitor VP1000 is an intelligent house alarm system that alerts you to intruders wherever you are in the UK, via e-mail, text message or a fixed-line telephone call*. You can also raise an alarm if you come under personal attack. The VP1000 is the complete Home Monitoring and Alarm System, giving you control and the ability to manage your system through a personal password-protected online account. This is a self install unit which uses wireless sensors.

Features :-

Self Install
Wireless Technology
Supports up to 28 sensors
Alerts designated contacts via phone, email, SMS
Monitor the status of your home, via Internet
Keyfob - now includes 2 units!
Magnetic Detector - 1 unit
Movement Detectors - now includes 3 units!
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#1
Voted Hot. I don't need it because we already have one. We set this so that our door chimes whenever it opens.

This is great if one of the kids tries to escape ;-)
#2
Thanks for the feedback Butterflies :santa:
#3
[COLOR=darkred]BT Home Monitor - The Complete Kit: VP 1000[/COLOR]

Price: £62.99 delivered (was £179.99)

Where: BT Shop

Use code AFFHOMESEC to get this price.

http://www.shop.bt.com/content/ebiz/btshop/invt/cbv103/cbv103_f.jpg

http://www.shop.bt.com/content/ebiz/btshop/images/infoimage/digitalhomeaward.gif




The BT Home Monitor VP1000 is an intelligent house alarm system that alerts you to intruders wherever you are in the UK, via e-mail, text message or a fixed-line telephone call*. You can also raise an alarm if you come under personal attack. The VP1000 is the complete Home Monitoring and Alarm System, giving you control and the ability to manage your system through a personal password-protected online account. This is a self install unit which uses wireless sensors.

Features:
[LIST]
[*]Self Install
[*]Wireless Technology
[*]Supports up to 28 sensors
[*]Alerts designated contacts via phone, email, SMS
[*]Monitor the status of your home, via Internet
[*]Keyfob - 1 unit
[*]Magnetic Detector - 1 unit
[*]Movement Detectors - 2 units[/LIST]
#4
How do these things cope with pets in the house? i.e. - 2 cats!
very tempted -it's an excellent price, but don't want the moggys setting it off every 2 minutes!!

Any info anyone?

cheers

voted hot!
#5
My Sister in Law also has one of these systems, and has 2 cats. I haven't heard her complaining of setting the alarm off!

My hubby says that it requires moving objects of a certain size, so caters for pets.

HTH
#6
jayhab
How do these things cope with pets in the house? i.e. - 2 cats!
very tempted -it's an excellent price, but don't want the moggys setting it off every 2 minutes!!

Any info anyone?

cheers

voted hot!


I was looking into this in the summer, I seem to remember the instructions state they are 'pet friendly' sensors.
May consider again now it's slightly cheaper :)
#7
A bit off subject Edi - but I was wondering how I got given rep for some input into another post. I know how to 'push' the vote button of course, but this rep was obviously given in a different way.

I thought I would ask here, as others may also be wondering
#8
Use this button http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/images/custom_buttons/reputation.gif in any post / thread :santa:
#9
edi
[COLOR=darkred]BT Home Monitor - The Complete Kit: VP 1000[/COLOR]

Price: £62.99 delivered (was £179.99)

Where: BT Shop

Use code AFFHOMESEC to get this price.

http://www.shop.bt.com/content/ebiz/btshop/invt/cbv103/cbv103_f.jpg

http://www.shop.bt.com/content/ebiz/btshop/images/infoimage/digitalhomeaward.gif




The BT Home Monitor VP1000 is an intelligent house alarm system that alerts you to intruders wherever you are in the UK, via e-mail, text message or a fixed-line telephone call*. You can also raise an alarm if you come under personal attack. The VP1000 is the complete Home Monitoring and Alarm System, giving you control and the ability to manage your system through a personal password-protected online account. This is a self install unit which uses wireless sensors.

Features:
[LIST]
[*]Self Install
[*]Wireless Technology
[*]Supports up to 28 sensors
[*]Alerts designated contacts via phone, email, SMS
[*]Monitor the status of your home, via Internet
[*]Keyfob - 1 unit
[*]Magnetic Detector - 1 unit
[*]Movement Detectors - 2 units[/LIST]


I would pay the extra 7 pounds and get the Delux kit :thumbsup:
#10
code is not valid error message when i try it :-(
#11
Agreed... just provided another option :santa:
#12
Did not accept the promo code for me
#13
Oooops.... did work when I posted

Now says is not valid / not active.... sorry :?
#14
Looks like BTShop have pulled the code on Sale items ...
#15
bummer, worth a go thoe.
#16
bummer :-( looks like an expired
#17
Yeah, just tried ordering, not working :(
#18
Thanks for the responses everyone, was about to purchase too!!! - shame the additional discount has stopped working!!! I'll have to act quicker next time!!!!

Cheers!
#19
code: TENYAHOO is working for 10% off (including free delivery) so 89.99 delivered for Delux version.
1 Like #20
Richierea
code: TENYAHOO is working for 10% off (including free delivery)


Thought that expired a while ago ... glad to know it works :thumbsup:
4 Likes #21
Remember you have to pay £5 monthly for a monitored service.

It works with pets as long as you mount it sufficiently high enough so they dont come within a metre of it.. else it goes bananas (I have one in the shed, which doubles up as the cats lair ;) and the cat sometimes decides to scale the shelves...then its chimes galore and phones ringing.. etc).

Its easy to install and configure, you can name the sensors on the main display, set them to chime, although the additional sensors are avg £25 for PIR ones and £14 for magnetic ones.. maximum of 28 possible..

The only gripe id have is the monthly monitored charge.. would love to figure/hack the hard coded phone number preset which is for BTs service, they simply send you a SMS or automated phone call to your 3 x preset contact numbers to advise of alert.

You can have multiple PINS for each member of family to maximum of 7 (I think..) its got battery backup and tamper alarm if its moved off the wall.

Hopefully that helps with a review!! Do i get any rep points?! :D please! just cos Id like a bit of green!
#22
scimitar
The only gripe id have is the monthly monitored charge.. would love to figure/hack the hard coded phone number preset which is for BTs service, they simply send you a SMS or automated phone call to your 3 x preset contact numbers to advise of alert.


I am sure that when this was discussed here or on MSE at some length earlier this year (or end of last) people said the number could be reprogrammed.
#23
Do these interfere with wireless broadband etc?
#24
zwarder
Do these interfere with wireless broadband etc?

My hubby put a micro-filter onto the line running to the monitor. It doesn't interfere with our wireless broadband.
#25
WOOHOO! I have green! Thanks :))
#26
This calls a 0870 number right? If the £5 covered the costs to call them I'd be well interested, but at a cost of every call I can't really see the online monitoring (ie, logs when set and unset and whatnot) being worthwhile - in a day, that's gonna be a few calls, times that by every day on top of the £5

You can buy systems that do dial any number you want without any such 'monitoring charge' - I can't see how BT can justify the £5 a month

That said, I've not wrote it off completely and am still doing research into it and others
#27
thought this web site would be usefull for anybody that might of bought one of these systems like myself
http://www.intamac.co.uk/news/Intamacnews-integration.htm
#28
For people that went ahead and bought one of these, what do you think of it so far ?
Still considering.....
#29
Richierea
For people that went ahead and bought one of these, what do you think of it so far ?
Still considering.....


Still waiting for mine to turn up:oops:
but read lots of reviews and has good write ups,and the add ons are pretty cheap to ,for example
you can get an an external wireless bellbox for around £85 quid

The bellbox connect wirelessly to your BT control panel in the same way the wireless movement detectors work. For power, it simply plugs into an available mains socket inside your house.The bellbox contains a 98 decibel siren, a strobe warning light
hope this might help somebody out
regards
#30
Thanks for that splitbus1965,

Maybe you could let us know what you think of it once you get it and set it up :thumbsup:
#31
splitbus1965
Still waiting for mine to turn up:oops:
but read lots of reviews and has good write ups,and the add ons are pretty cheap to ,for example
you can get an an external wireless bellbox for around £85 quid

The bellbox connect wirelessly to your BT control panel in the same way the wireless movement detectors work. For power, it simply plugs into an available mains socket inside your house.The bellbox contains a 98 decibel siren, a strobe warning light
hope this might help somebody out
regards


I am interested in this just for the wireless convenience but again the monthly subs is what is stoppping me from getting. Question. Where can you buy the bellbox device and would this allow me to use as a normal alarm without incurring the subs? If using the alert service, does it use the phone line to send calls/text? How about the email side? Does it it TCP/IP, i.e. is there a connection for the ethernet?

*EDIT* Just seen this on intamac, both questions answered. I suppose I can purchase and use the monitor for 3 months free and then decide on whether to continue or puchase external bell (can this be internally mounted as I live in a flat and dont want to drill through exterior walls?)
#32
both discount codes seem to have expired... anyone else have any that can be used?

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