Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 29
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GeeJay Motion Detector
This is the greatest little motion detector! I have purchased four(4); two(2) were given as gifts. I highly recommend this product for anyone who desires a product which will alert you when someone, or something, passes through the invisible beam. You can choose between a chime (doorbell sound) or a very loud alarm... easily activated by a switch on the face of the unit.
September 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exsavleo GREAT
i use it to keep dogs out of rooms i don't want them use high pitch tone works GREAT
September 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pawprint Doberman Security
After reading the reviews, I went and bought two types of security from this vendor. The Motion Detector is the best alarm that a person can buy to protect their home. The alarm is a LOUD piercing sound that would startle any intruder! The chimes, not as loud...I turn it on every night and its position to protect ALL of downstairs. The other security is the window dectector. I stick onto the windows and at night I turn them on and they too have a loud piercing noise when the windows are tampered. YES! We tested BOTH alarms over and over again and they do what they are suppose to do!!
April 1, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by orin works!!!!
The alarm which is loud kept a home invader away after its' first use.....
May 31, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Stephanie Great value alarm
I got this alarm to use outside in California (not much rain). I have had trouble with raccoons digging up my recently laid sod and wanted something to alert me when the little rotters are out there doing their damage. The alarm has two sound options - a door chime and an ear piercing many decibel alarm. I tested the latter inside the house and boy does it sound loud. So much so I decided to use the chime first, so as not to disturb the neighbors. I can just about hear the chime inside the house when the alarm is about 15 feet away from the window. As for the ear splitting option, I would recommend using that in situations where you can't install a full alarm system, such as in a rented apartment. If the alarm was placed in a location where it isn't easily seen and where you can get to it without setting it off yourself, it will at least stress out the casual burglar. Professional thieves would probably laugh at it, but it is better than nothing and a low cost option. Be aware however, shadows,dappled sunlight, and even sprinklers (remember - I use mine outside) can set it off. I'm going to bring it with me when I take out our RV - it will be a useful thing to set inside an unattended RV - but only if you can disable it without setting it off yourself! I highly recommend it - oh, and the raccoons have been unsettled by the chime and my lawn is eventually recovering!
January 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by KimK Great for keeping pets off furniture!!!
Having trouble keeping pets off furniture? These things work like a charm and they are inexpensive...just turn it on and lay it on arm of couch or, as also in my case, bed in third bedroom where Buca's dog bed is as well, and if he jumps on bed or couch, it goes off! It will stop the alarm sound by itself after about 30 seconds, but is re-armed...Buca is afraid of The sound and it really only took one time for them to go off on couch and bed and he stays away now! Just an FYI if you have animals that like to get on furniture and shed hair!
December 30, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by kitkat startlingly loud
easily installed, very loud you won't sleep thru it. too sensitive our flag blowing in the wind sets it off
August 4, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BobMaK Does what you pay for well.
Great deal for low cost.- I bought two and it covers a room well but not beyond so it doesn't over deliver. the alarm is deafening and it is sensitive - will trigger off of a mouse which is maybe a slight drawback if you have pets. Battery life is excellent but I wish I could run it off an adapter which you could Gerry rig but it doesn't provide for that. For the money, cant be beat!
November 7, 2014