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Yale Easy Fit Telecommunicating Alarm (EF-KIT2) £161.10 @ Safe.co.uk
Yale Easy Fit Telecommunicating Alarm (EF-KIT2) £161.10 @ Safe.co.uk

Yale Easy Fit Telecommunicating Alarm (EF-KIT2) £161.10 @ Safe.co.uk

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The Yale Easy Fit range of alarms are a breakthrough in both performance and technology. The intuitive wireless system has been designed with DIY in mind ensuring the Easy Fit Alarm really is "easy to fit". No wiring or running cables in walls or under the carpet and you won't need the services of a qualified electrician.

The alarm components are pre-linked and have a wide 30 metre wireless range using the highly reliable 868MHz frequency, ensuring you can place them practically anywhere. The Yale Easy Fit Alarm range - designed with the user in mind.

The Yale Easy Fit Telecommunicating Alarm EF-KIT2 is a fully featured alarm system designed for any type of home. The system is armed or disarmed using a PIN code on the touch screen keypad and includes a pre-set 20 second entry/exit period. When the alarm is triggered a loud external siren will sound to alert others of an intruder. Providing the keypad is connected to a landline telephone socket the system will also alert you via telephone when the alarm is triggered and can be activated and deactivated via a touch tone phone.

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Original Poster

Currently £180.98 @ Amazon.co.uk

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Edited by: "gary_rip" 12th Apr

I have this alarm, impressed with it... Easy to fit too, got mine from Robert dyas
Edited by: "andrew08uk" 12th Apr

Nice find

Just curious - do these DIY type alarms actually deter burglars?

okosanto

Just curious - do these DIY type alarms actually deter burglars?


A burglar, if there are 2 identical houses, would pick the one without an alarm, I would guess.

is it too safe to say sorry once burgled?

andrew08uk

I have this alarm, impressed with it... Easy to fit too, got mine from … I have this alarm, impressed with it... Easy to fit too, got mine from Robert dyas



Where have you placed the controller? How big is it?

How does this work with pets?

Internet_Tycoon

How does this work with pets?


My pets haven't stolen from me once since I installed a Yale.

Internet_Tycoon

How does this work with pets?



You have to buy the pet friendly PIRs as I have.

BTW the touch panel is a PITA and If I had to buy again I would go for the Cellular dialing version with a buttoned control panel.

screwfix.com/p/y…12g

I've fitted this - and other wireless YALE alarms to several rental properties that I manage and I've always found them to be decent quality, reasonably priced and reliable. Pretty much all you can ask for the money!

Any accessories available to arm/disarm based on proximity of the owners mobile phones? Entering a PIN all the time seems a faff in this day and age.

Original Poster

Not on this one but you can get a keyfob.

StonedSte

You have to buy the pet friendly PIRs as I have. BTW the touch panel is a … You have to buy the pet friendly PIRs as I have. BTW the touch panel is a PITA and If I had to buy again I would go for the Cellular dialing version with a buttoned control panel.http://www.screwfix.com/p/yale-wireless-premium-gsm-burglar-alarm-kit/8612g



I've been looking for a GSM version for a while now as I didn't want to wire the control box (which I intend to store in hallway closet) to BT line and make it messy with wires etc. However someone recently mentioned to just store the control box under the sofa in living room which is next to the tel line - makes sense lol BUT would I need to access the control panel to activate/deactivate etc? Should I buy a GSM or not? Is £200 a decent price?

​As per comment further up you can get a key fob remote (£16 on Amazon) and you can also get an additional wireless keypad if you prefer. So with these yes you could stash the panel under the sofa. There's a tamper switch on it though so you'd just need to keep the backplate attached to it.

okosanto

Just curious - do these DIY type alarms actually deter burglars?



​My tired eyes read "does it detect burgers"

ruheluddin86

I've been looking for a GSM version for a while now as I didn't want to … I've been looking for a GSM version for a while now as I didn't want to wire the control box (which I intend to store in hallway closet) to BT line and make it messy with wires etc. However someone recently mentioned to just store the control box under the sofa in living room which is next to the tel line - makes sense lol BUT would I need to access the control panel to activate/deactivate etc? Should I buy a GSM or not? Is £200 a decent price?



Well I suppose you could hide it and then buy the remote to activate/deactivate it. You would still need to have a power supply and telephone line connected to the box though but you would probably be better off just mounting it on the wall or in a cupboard. As for this or the GSM version I'd definitely chose the GSM and use a GiffGaff sim in it.

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