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Eveready Shed / Garage security - £1.00 @ B&M

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EverReady Shed / Garage security reduced from £3.99 to £1 4 in stock Westwood Cross Thanet Kent looks nationwide. Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
EverReady Shed / Garage security reduced from £3.99 to £1

4 in stock Westwood Cross Thanet Kent looks nationwide.
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#1
Had one of these, not the best, controllers was crap.
#2
I had something similar from Amazon but the fact you could just rip it off the wall with your hand and smash it on the ground meant it wasn't much use
1 Like #3
For a quid, i'm getting one to put in the gents at my local so i can activate it when anyone goes to spend a penny. ...... and some people think i'm weird.
2 Likes #4
Two barrel shotgun on a bit of string wired to the door handle is better... as long as you remember it's there oO
1 Like #5
cburns
Two barrel shotgun on a bit of string wired to the door handle is better... as long as you remember it's there oO

Actually a poacher scarer using blank cartridges is a legal & legitimate option.......I have a mate who has his garage with 2 expensive motorbikes in it rigged with these !!
1 Like #6
Oh joy, thousands of cheap rubbish malfunctioning shed alarms randomly going off in the middle of the night across the country for the next month until they are inevitably chucked in the bin.
#7
This item look so effective that I am going to withdraw all of my cash from the banks and store it in my garden shed. I will also leave my Swiss watch collection in there too, and of course cancel my home contents insurance.
#8
davidbrent
Oh joy, thousands of cheap rubbish malfunctioning shed alarms randomly going off in the middle of the night across the country for the next month until they are inevitably chucked in the bin.
This decade's Harry Moss alarm. It really is worse than the 'Tenners'.
#9
some harsh comments here, got to be worth a look for a quid!
#10
murtgurge
I had something similar from Amazon but the fact you could just rip it off the wall with your hand and smash it on the ground meant it wasn't much use
#11
corred1964
cburns
Two barrel shotgun on a bit of string wired to the door handle is better... as long as you remember it's there oO

Actually a poacher scarer using blank cartridges is a legal & legitimate option.......I have a mate who has his garage with 2 expensive motorbikes in it rigged with these !!


I've got one rigged on my garage door too. Great for peace of mind knowing you will be woken if someone gets in and also highly likely to scare away the intruder
#12
might get a few of these if my local has them..could they be used as a car sensor alarm? anyone know if national?
#13
Or stolen by the intruder !!! (_;)

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