BT VP1000 Home Wireless Monitoring System Alarm £58.69 - Save £121 - HotUKDeals
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This kit is being sold by Saverstore for £58.69 with free collection from Luton or delivery costs £5.99. The same kit from BT's website costs £179.99!

Description
TheBT Home Wireless Monitoring System Alarm is a complete protection system for your home that alerts you to potential emergencies wherever you are.

What is BT Home Monitoring?

BT Home Monitoring offers round the clock protection for your home and family, with wireless sensors linked to an Internet monitoring service.

The monitoring service sends alerts via text message, email and fixed line phone within the UK when triggered by a security incident.

What does BT Home Monitoring offer?

* Home protection - sensors are placed around your home to detect intruders or the threat of fire (fire detection requires smoke detectors - sold separately)
* Personal protection - the panic alarm function allows people inside your home to summon help in an emergency
* Intruder deterrence - the loud internal warning siren will deter potential intruders
* Easy installation - all components are pre-programmed for immediate use, without complex wiring
* Real time response - sends alerts via text message, email and fixed line phone within the UK if your home is under threat (call charges apply).
* Control and assurance - build an 'electronic neighbourhood watch' of trusted friends and neighbours.
* Remote monitoring - see the status of your home online any time, from anywhere.
* For use in any home - the starter kit suits a small to medium sized home.

Includes 3 months of free monitoring then £5 per month. Must have a BT phone line.

Extra PIR sensors are available for £23.49 or keyfobs for £18.79 so you could extend this to protect a larger home quite cheaply.
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#1
HERE is the link to the product on BTs website.

http://www.shop.bt.com/images/product/uni2/4k/4k43_large.jpg
#2
got this last time think it was £39.99 last year?

Very good alarm never had any false ones , trouble is i have to keep paying £5 month to bt to monitor it
#3
Already posted about many times same price.I got the full set off an auction site ? for £35 delivered.
#4
got this for about £50 2 years ago. You don't have to set up the £5 direct debit, only if you want it to call your mobile phone when alarm is activated
#5
den169;1716792
Already posted about many times same price.I got the full set off an auction site ? for £35 delivered.


Well I searched for all Saverstore deals, BT Alarm, VP1000 and nothing came up. Can you link to a previous post so I can work out why the search wouldnt bring anything up please?

Comparing prices to eBay and similar isnt really fair, almost EVERYTHING can be had cheaper off eBay!
#6
kevinyork
Can you link to a previous post so I can work out why the search wouldnt bring anything up please?


previously £46.94 delivered
previously £53.99 delivered
previously £99.99 delivered
probably other instances as well.

just type vp1000 into the search box to obtain these results.
#7
kevinyork

Comparing prices to eBay and similar isnt really fair, almost EVERYTHING can be had cheaper off eBay!


Don't like to disillusion you but there's almost nothing on Ebay that can't be had cheaper elsewhere. Hotukdeals is followed by a fair number of Ebay "traders" who buy bargain offers to resell at a profit on Ebay. Hence, if you post something here that isn't cheaper than Ebay, the response is rarely more than lukewarm.:whistling:

Saverstore are, I believe the reincarnation of the famous Watfraud Electronics. Just do a Google search under Saverstore, Savastore or Watford (or even, Watfraud) Electronics to find the high regard in which they were held!
#8
tony_s1;1716892
Saverstore are, I believe the reincarnation of the famous Watfraud Electronics. Just do a Google search under Saverstore, Savastore or Watford (or even, Watfraud) Electronics to find the high regard in which they were held!


Correct, they are also registered at the same address as Redten Internet who may or may not be in financial trouble but they have left all their customers with no internet access since Monday(myself included -ve haff vays ov getting ze net still tho!) with no communications and numbers that 95% of the time you cannot get thru to and when you do you get told what sounds like its being red from a script . For more information see: here , here or even here

I am voting this cold due to the fact that their is doubt (in my mind at least) over the companys current viability!
#9
Flipd;1716875
previously £46.94 delivered
previously £53.99 delivered
previously £99.99 delivered
probably other instances as well.

just type vp1000 into the search box to obtain these results.


Thanks. Those deals were all posted over 10 months ago! Hardly a duplicate post. I only searched for deals in the last 3 months and nothing came up.
#10
tony_s1;1716892
Don't like to disillusion you but there's almost nothing on Ebay that can't be had cheaper elsewhere. Hotukdeals is followed by a fair number of Ebay "traders" who buy bargain offers to resell at a profit on Ebay. Hence, if you post something here that isn't cheaper than Ebay, the response is rarely more than lukewarm.:whistling:


I was simply pointing out that it would be quite easy for people to go straight to eBay to find a cheaper price on many items and make that comment against many HUKD posts but it is hardly a fair comparison. eBay is a market all to itself and if competition is high then prices are lower as Den169 seemed to find when they bought their Alarm system.
#11
kevinyork
I was simply pointing out that it would be quite easy for people to go straight to eBay to find a cheaper price on many items and make that comment against many HUKD posts but it is hardly a fair comparison. eBay is a market all to itself and if competition is high then prices are lower as Den169 seemed to find when they bought their Alarm system.


Agreed, 90% of things can be had for cheaper on ebay, but obviously there's more risk. Things may come up cheaper from a retailer every so often but prices remain pretty consistent on ebay.
banned#12
tony_s1;1716892
Don't like to disillusion you but there's almost nothing on Ebay that can't be had cheaper elsewhere. Hotukdeals is followed by a fair number of Ebay "traders" who buy bargain offers to resell at a profit on Ebay. Hence, if you post something here that isn't cheaper than Ebay, the response is rarely more than lukewarm.:whistling:


Totally wrong I buy a fair bit of specialised items on Ebay and have bought items upto 90% cheaper than I could have bought from elsewhere
#13
On topic, good lil system that offers piece of mind. Dont bother paying £5 per month subscription, I just entered my moby number in system and it rings me direct if alarm goes off.

Voted warm, as my thread last year was cheaper :P
#14
mikeyp;1717242
On topic, good lil system that offers piece of mind. Dont bother paying £5 per month subscription, I just entered my moby number in system and it rings me direct if alarm goes off.

Voted warm, as my thread last year was cheaper :P

How do you enter your mobile number in the system? Ive had this alarm for a while and been paying BT the £5 so id like to avoid if poss.....

Great system really easy to install and i bought a friend one as a house warming present a few weeks back from savastore and had no problems with them.
#15
I been aware of not paying the £5 and just putting your mobile number in , but i like the feature of it sending me an email as well incase my mobile is not also will ring friends & family.
#16
Just bought this system too. Finding out that it's alot of features for such a reasonably priced unit.

£5 a month is very reasonable for BT to contact up to 3 people via phone & sms to inform them of the intrusion. If you opt not to pay it, and enter your mobile number, you will only get a silent call from your home number. If you're in an area without reception, then the system will not escalate it to anyone else.

Another little gem is this :

[COLOR="Blue"]BT VP1000 Home Monitor briefing Remote dial-in functions

Call home number and allow to ring between 2 and 4 times (no longer). Hang up
Wait between 14 and 40 seconds (no longer)
Call again. This time the panel will answer after a few rings with a continuous tone (like fax machine)

Now it is necessary to identify yourself to your panel. You do this by entering your pin code in the following sequence:

* [your 4 digit PIN] # (i.e. asterisk [PIN] hash)

The panel will respond with a double tone if successful.

Now you are logged in, you are able to access the functions. These are identified by a number menu system, as in the table below. Note that all commands are followed by the # (hash) symbol.

Function Key sequence
Switch off * 1 #
Switch on HOME * 2 #
Switch on HOME - instant (no exit delay) * 2 1 #
Switch on HOUSE * 3 #
Switch on HOUSE - instant (no exit delay) * 3 1 #
Two way voice communication (initiate) * 7 # (system responds with double tone) followed by either:
Listen in (one-way) 3
Speak out (one-way) 1
Duplex (two-way chat) 6
Recorded message playback * 8 1 #
Recorded message - start record * 8 2 #
Recorded message - stop record * 8 3 #
Recorded message - erase messages * 8 4 #
Interrogate system status * 9 #
End communication with panel * 9 9 #

The missing numbers (4,5,6) are used for other functions, some of which are disabled on this panel. Do not attempt to use these.

Voice communications needs further explanation. Listen-in and speak-out are one-way communications modes; there is no signal the other way. Duplex is the same as the telephone, and both parties are able to converse. However, all modes have a time limit in order to prevent inadvertent 'eavesdropping' and require a regular keypress in order to keep the line active. One-way communication is active for 50 seconds, and duplex 150 seconds, before communication is ceased. Each can be extended by a keypress (same number as the mode selected e.g. 6 if in duplex mode) during the time period.

Note that communications can be ceased at any time by the person with access to the panel by switching the system off (disarming).[/COLOR]

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