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Yale Intruder Alert Alarm Kit Plus - £279.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 4th Jul
The Yale intruder alarm alerts you when your alarm is triggered, and allows you to disarm your alarm with a simple tap of your One-touch tag. The 200m range enables you to protect outbuildings as well as your home, with enhanced encrypted security for the Ultimate peace of mind. When you’re at home, the handy part-arming feature allows you to customise which areas of your home you want protected. The pre-linked battery powered Wireless components are ready to go straight from the box, so you’ll have your home secured quicker than you think!
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I was just thinking about getting one. Any recommendations, reviews?
l whish this had a sim card dialler as well
888eyeball04/07/2019 22:57

l whish this had a sim card dialler as well


For me, dialler is old tech, these sort of alarms send a message, so where ever you are with your mobile you will be alerted. I as many more no longer want to pay line rental for something that does not get used since mobiles contracts with unlimited minutes are cheap enough.
HavocLP04/07/2019 22:14

I was just thinking about getting one. Any recommendations, reviews?


I’m after them same expensive bit of kit but looks good.
Ive had the Smart Sync Yale alarm installed for about 3 months now. I absolutely love it.. It was very very easy to set up and the app is pretty straight forward to use too. The only problem you might have is just trying to git the outside box high enough, but other than that, the one i have works perfectly. This model is doesnt work with the mobile app which lets you set up, test, arm/disarm/part arm your alarm from anywhere, which in my opinion has been very convinent.
kpatel_Y2K05/07/2019 07:21

Ive had the Smart Sync Yale alarm installed for about 3 months now. I …Ive had the Smart Sync Yale alarm installed for about 3 months now. I absolutely love it.. It was very very easy to set up and the app is pretty straight forward to use too. The only problem you might have is just trying to git the outside box high enough, but other than that, the one i have works perfectly. This model is doesnt work with the mobile app which lets you set up, test, arm/disarm/part arm your alarm from anywhere, which in my opinion has been very convinent.


Sounds good. Do you disable the alarm with a code then or can you get a fob too? I like the idea of a fob
tomjames9205/07/2019 08:41

Sounds good. Do you disable the alarm with a code then or can you get a …Sounds good. Do you disable the alarm with a code then or can you get a fob too? I like the idea of a fob


You can buy Key Fobs for the Yale Sync alarm too. Ive got 2 Key Fobs for mine, but they can be pricey. I waited for the Yale 25% sale (i think) it was before i got more accessories.

Just to mention again i have the Yale Smart Sync Alarm, which looks to be more convienent for me, but might not be fore everyone so this would be the next best thing with wireless sensors.
Bendown05/07/2019 06:13

For me, dialler is old tech, these sort of alarms send a message, so where …For me, dialler is old tech, these sort of alarms send a message, so where ever you are with your mobile you will be alerted. I as many more no longer want to pay line rental for something that does not get used since mobiles contracts with unlimited minutes are cheap enough.


so what happens when your internet goes down then?
2% saving? a steal!
i've always wonder, what is a point to hang "alarm notify" sign outside? Why to inform these fu**ers about having an alarm (letting them know there is actually something worthy in the house). Isn't better to have cameras too and try to catch them on by surprise and record faces? Isn't having all those signs "alarm", "camera monitoring" etc. helps them to prepare acordingly to rob you?
Edited by: "HavocLP" 5th Jul
888eyeball05/07/2019 09:40

so what happens when your internet goes down then?


it isn't dependent from your internet connection I believe. To make it work you have to have running home network, which you can have even without ISP. As long as your router is plugged you are fine. But obviously, worth to have UPS or something to make sure power cut won't make you vulnerable.
888eyeball05/07/2019 09:40

so what happens when your internet goes down then?


What happens if the burglars cut your phone line or pulls the box off the wall, what happens if your mobile phone does not have a signal or the battery is flat when you get a call to say your alarm has been activated, if you want to be negative I can give you all sorts of reason why not to buy any type of alarm.
The whole point of a burglar alarm is to act as a deterrent. The argument that it spotlights your home is ridiculous. If your house has nothing of any value then just leave your doors wide open when you're away.
Bendown05/07/2019 13:03

What happens if the burglars cut your phone line or pulls the box off the …What happens if the burglars cut your phone line or pulls the box off the wall, what happens if your mobile phone does not have a signal or the battery is flat when you get a call to say your alarm has been activated, if you want to be negative I can give you all sorts of reason why not to buy any type of alarm.


lm not being negative at all, seems like your just being stupid more than anything. it's always good to have a back up since these are real life situations all of the ones you have pointed are valid but just dont be a n*b about it.
Edited by: "888eyeball" 5th Jul
888eyeball05/07/2019 20:18

lm not being negative at all, seems like your just being stupid more than …lm not being negative at all, seems like your just being stupid more than anything. it's always good to have a back up since these are real life situations all of the ones you have pointed are valid but just dont be a n*b about it.


If you look at everything in life, you can look at reasons they may fail or will not do the job. I have had a smart alarm now for a few years and it works, never gives a false alarm and the times I have accidentally set it off by not disarming before going in to my shed, within seconds it texts me to tell me what has caused the alarm. You are reliant on electricity and of course the internet for these things to function as they should, having said that in the years I have had mine, I have had pretty much zero problems. Of course for people who do not want risk wireless alarms that use a router and the internet, there are the traditional wired systems and auto diallers. Not a route I want to go down now that we have this tech.
Bendown06/07/2019 06:12

If you look at everything in life, you can look at reasons they may fail …If you look at everything in life, you can look at reasons they may fail or will not do the job. I have had a smart alarm now for a few years and it works, never gives a false alarm and the times I have accidentally set it off by not disarming before going in to my shed, within seconds it texts me to tell me what has caused the alarm. You are reliant on electricity and of course the internet for these things to function as they should, having said that in the years I have had mine, I have had pretty much zero problems. Of course for people who do not want risk wireless alarms that use a router and the internet, there are the traditional wired systems and auto diallers. Not a route I want to go down now that we have this tech.


Well that's fair enough but my point is it's always better to have back up option for lifes surprises granted you wont capture everything but you try since it can be matter of life and death, for example my ageing Visonic alarm has both, which will be supported by NSI installers so will benefit from monitoring as should l want it. However ever to be narrow minded and assume it has always worked is to be to naive.
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