Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 47
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SamM Very nice product
This wireless alert system works very well as presented. I was happy to find a unit that would allow the receiver to monitor multiple alert sensors, in this case three. The only negative is the very small screw that holds the outside sensor to the bracket. In my opinion this should have been a larger screw to make it easier to handle. If you drop the screw you may never find it. I went to the hardware store and bought some extra screws because I know that I will loose one at some point. It was not easy to find a screw this small. All in all, a very good alert system. I bought a second set so I would have an extra monitor and and extra outside sensor.
May 22, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by iiinsaiii Great for product
This is a good product. As I was effected with storm sandy, and was effected with gas shortage. And was the only one on my block with a generator and about 40 gallons of gas. I felt much safer with the frontline system to tell me if anyone was to go in my yard or drive way. I have gotten two senors, to protect my driveway and shed. The added plus was the main alarm panel was portable. So I was able to take it anyway with me. A+ this is a prepper must have. I and going to order another sensor.
December 4, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Gram The product is JUST what I wanted.
I live alone and wanted something to tell me if someone was in my yard. Gives me lots of comfort to know it works.
February 26, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by John Works as advertised, easy to install.
Front Line Alert picks up movement out to 30 feet, and transmits the signal over 150 feet to the receiver. It was easy to install and is works in the rain.
I only use one of the 3 zones available. The alarm sounds a little like a smoke detector. It works well.
December 5, 2012
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by woodboatchick NOt my first choice
I wanted a driveway alarm that had an AC adapter for the alarm unit in the house. It's ok to change batteries in the sending unit in the driveway, but didn't want to mess with worrying about the inside unit. This Frontline has an AC power adapter, but the alarm signal was not loud enough for us (and we have an open concept house, so walls were not the issue) and the signal tone was a beep which sounded just like the coffeemaker when it's done. So I looked again and found the Chamberlain unit. Much better! Comparable price and improved alarm signal.. a loud chirping which is easy to hear all over the house.
October 8, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Frankie excellent product...
Works very well as described. Service was prompt and on time as promised.
Contacted technical support for a technical question and the reply was fast and informative.
Thanks for the excellent product and service.
June 25, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Mike Good quality, poor range
I purchased this wireless driveway alert hoping that it would be better quality than the $15 Harbor Freight model. I can say it seems pretty well made. It's also expandable to three zones, and the alert volume is adjustable with a dial knob.
The big complaint I have is the lack of range between the sensor and receiver. The company claims 300 ft. max. This is an absolute joke. You couldn't get 300 ft range in the middle of the desert if the receiver was downwind of the sensor.
My $50 wireless router is on the other side of my house, and it can punch a signal through a couple of walls and provide several MB/s of data. This system can't get one burst through a single obstruction. When they say line-of-sight, they really mean it. When you set this system up, you literally have to be able to see the receiver from the sensor.
If you can live with this limitation, it's OK. Just don't buy this thinking that it will be like your wireless home network.
October 15, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 does not work
put it out the first day about 300 ft. worked great. the next day it did not work. moved it up the drive 50ft, worked great. next day did not work. moved it up another 50ft it worked till the next day which is today. today im moving it out 17 miles back to the home depot.
January 29, 2013