Glass Break Detector or Door Alarm £3.99 @ Lidl from 26 jan
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Glass Break Detector or Door Alarm £3.99 @ Lidl from 26 jan

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Found 19th Jan 2015
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Glass Break Detector
- Detects glass breaking or when similar pressure is applied to window pane
- With 2 sensitivity settings and a loud warning signal
- Batteries and mounting materials included
Door Alarm
- Emits a piercing immediate or delayed alarm sound when doors or windows are opened
- Activate and deactivate with switch key
- Batteries and mounting materials included

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Thanks OP

Trouble is nobody can hear you as your neighbours' windows are all doubled glazed and burglars tend to break windows at the back!

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creativelady

so you have to keep remembering to turn it off and back on every time you … so you have to keep remembering to turn it off and back on every time you open your windows in the summer.then the burglars would jump in your open windows anyway.or burgle you when you're out most probably.I guess if this alarm went off when you're out, ie you get burgled, would it really be a deterrent to stop them mid-burgle? the burglars can easily take the batteries out of this alarm and disarm it.most of the houses on my quiet road are empty every day, so theres nobody around to witness/ring the police.waste of time.

just wondering what they work as a meteor come out space not sure door down why you're asleep with though wake you up and say a T rex came through a time machine and tried to sleep for your window would it be loud enough to keep it out maybe

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makalb

Commentjust wondering what they work as a meteor come out space not sure … Commentjust wondering what they work as a meteor come out space not sure door down why you're asleep with though wake you up and say a T rex came through a time machine and tried to sleep for your window would it be loud enough to keep it out maybe



Can you try to speak in English please

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creativelady

Your window smashes.Your Lidl Glass Break Detector Alarm goes off.Your … Your window smashes.Your Lidl Glass Break Detector Alarm goes off.Your burglar comes into your room.You: "Hey, are you burgling me?!"Burglar: "Shut it"You: "ok, carry on"



So out of curiosity would you also class burglar/house alarms (motion sensor, door contact type) as a waste of time?

creativelady

Your window smashes.Your Lidl Glass Break Detector Alarm goes off.Your … Your window smashes.Your Lidl Glass Break Detector Alarm goes off.Your burglar comes into your room.You: "Hey, are you burgling me?!"Burglar: "Shut it"You: "ok, carry on"


It's a sensor that when triggered makes a noise. There are lots of uses for it. It's £4.

Does this sound like a smoke alarm? Don't want to them mixed up.

have a dog a good guard dog at that

GET UM BOY

creativelady

I know this.. the info is above. no need to remind.



You really seem to be missing it - hence why I reminded. There are lots of uses for these.

creativelady

such as



Leave it outside and try and spot Batman.

Might aswell delete the post because creativelady doesn't approve.

creativelady

such as


A few i could think of (inc one i use)
Perhaps you're an old dear in shared accommodation and you wake up thinking someone is in your flat - and you'd prefer to know rather than lie awake all night petrified.
Perhaps you're a student and want to scare your mate when they open your food cupboard.
Perhaps you have a shop with a few different rooms and need to know when someone has walked into one they shouldn't.
Perhaps you are a carer for somebody and need to be alerted if they go out of their room on a night.
Perhaps you feel safer when staying in hotel rooms.
Then there's your favourite as burglar alarm - agree it's not as good as a 'proper' system but it still has it's uses. Even a shed or garage or something.

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adamski1209

A few i could think of (inc one i use)Perhaps you're an old dear in … A few i could think of (inc one i use)Perhaps you're an old dear in shared accommodation and you wake up thinking someone is in your flat - and you'd prefer to know rather than lie awake all night petrified.Perhaps you're a student and want to scare your mate when they open your food cupboard.Perhaps you have a shop with a few different rooms and need to know when someone has walked into one they shouldn't.Perhaps you are a carer for somebody and need to be alerted if they go out of their room on a night.Perhaps you feel safer when staying in hotel rooms.Then there's your favourite as burglar alarm - agree it's not as good as a 'proper' system but it still has it's uses. Even a shed or garage or something.



now you suggest the above, i'm converted.

heat!.

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creativelady

Depending on which one, if you're out and get a notification eg text that … Depending on which one, if you're out and get a notification eg text that your motion sensor alarm has gone off, you can ring the police asap and send them round. These glass sensors mostly rely on others to ring the police for you, that's if they can hear the alarm through their double glazing, if neighbours are in, if they can be bothered etc. You're mostly relying on strangers to respond to your emergency which is very hit and miss.If nobody rings the police, you get home to your burgled home with the alarm still going off. The police may/may not have come and gone but this product would have been Ineffective.Like i said, the burglars can easily remove the batteries/break this device when they get into the house to silence it.All members of the public are supposed to ring the police whenever you hear a house alarm, but most people walk past and ignore it. Why would someone ring the police when they hear this alarm?If you're indoors while the window's smashed and the Device goes off, youre too late preventing a burglary anyway. I think prevention's good eg garden floodlights, more internal locks on windows and doors, no wheelie bins near the home etc.



Just for your information crime prevention advice would say otherwise. This device is basically a cheaper alternative to a house alarm and whilst it doesn't offer the same level of sophistication it is classed as a deterrent.
If you are on a budget and can't afford the £150-200 for a house alarm (plus installation if you're not DIY proficient) then this would be an alternative.
It would be an extremely brave burglar who would remain inside a house if an alarm had sounded even if it was only for a short while.
Remember burglars are fundamentally cowards otherwise they would rob people in the street!!

creativelady

so you have to keep remembering to turn it off and back on every time you … so you have to keep remembering to turn it off and back on every time you open your windows in the summer.then the burglars would jump in your open windows anyway.or burgle you when you're out most probably.I guess if this alarm went off when you're out, ie you get burgled, would it really be a deterrent to stop them mid-burgle? the burglars can easily take the batteries out of this alarm and disarm it.most of the houses on my quiet road are empty every day, so theres nobody around to witness/ring the police.waste of time.



That kind of attitude wasn't deserving of everyone's time and effort tbh

DellB0y

That kind of attitude wasn't deserving of everyone's time and effort tbh



+1

Heat added, due to negative Nellie.

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makalb

Commentjust wondering what they work as a meteor come out space not sure … Commentjust wondering what they work as a meteor come out space not sure door down why you're asleep with though wake you up and say a T rex came through a time machine and tried to sleep for your window would it be loud enough to keep it out maybe



I've read this a few times, and it just seems like a completely random selection of words thrown together!

makalb

just wondering what they work as a meteor come out space not sure door … just wondering what they work as a meteor come out space not sure door down why you're asleep with though wake you up and say a T rex came through a time machine and tried to sleep for your window would it be loud enough to keep it out maybe



I think I watched that movie on Syfy last week.
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