Honeywell HS922GPRS Wireless Home Alarm GPRS Kit - White £219.99 @Amazon
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Honeywell HS922GPRS Wireless Home Alarm GPRS Kit - White £219.99 @Amazon

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Found 4th Nov
Not going to be for everyone but this is the one I've chosen to replace my alarm with from reading reviews and speaking to installers.

Cheapest its been according to camelcamelcamel .

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5 Comments

I would never buy any wireless alarm, ok it's a pain to fit wiring around your house to every window and external doors and to sensors in the rooms, but there are many ways that they can be hidden in mini trunking etc. If you have just a simple knowledge of GCSE physics they are simple to understand. They only need two batteries which you won't have to replace for years and years. I can't imagine any real installer recommending any wireless system. It's the ultimate in reliability and should be cheaper.

I have this exact model and disagree with the above comments. Yes it's not for everyone but for ease of installation and for wanting a reliable alarm system this has been great. I've had mine for about 1yr now with no batteries replaced yet. The main siren batteries last upto 5yrs so no latter climbing for a while!

Also a wireless alarm is easy to extend..for example to add an additional sensor to the garage or shed would only take 10mins.

I got hive in my house and placed door sensors on the doors, it let's me know via phone if the doors are opened if I'm not home that's enough for me. If you're going wireless might as well go the smart home route.

fishleg00324 m ago

I got hive in my house and placed door sensors on the doors, it let's me …I got hive in my house and placed door sensors on the doors, it let's me know via phone if the doors are opened if I'm not home that's enough for me. If you're going wireless might as well go the smart home route.


A lot of people have reported that honey-thefts are a big problem. It's good to see that you've put a lot of effort into protecting your bees.
Edited by: "ITMA" 4th Nov

anathni5 h, 5 m ago

I have this exact model and disagree with the above comments. Yes it's not …I have this exact model and disagree with the above comments. Yes it's not for everyone but for ease of installation and for wanting a reliable alarm system this has been great. I've had mine for about 1yr now with no batteries replaced yet. The main siren batteries last upto 5yrs so no latter climbing for a while! Also a wireless alarm is easy to extend..for example to add an additional sensor to the garage or shed would only take 10mins.




Plus you can't cut wireless like you can cut wires. It is in theory possible to snip wires to the bell box and fool the control unit into thinking it's still attached ...

Burgular alarms are all about visual deterrent anyway. Fake bellbox is just as effective... I read some statistics somewhere that you are just as likely to get passed over by Mr burglar if you have a fake bellbox as if you have a real system. The other thing it depends on is your neighbours... if you live in London like I do then nobody is going to give a damn when your alarm goes off... but if you live in the country like my mum then when alarms go off the neighbours all come out to see if you need help or what's going on.
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