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Model SE-0137

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Home Security Window/Door Alarm Kit (4-Pack)

$9.99 /each

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With its simple peel and stick installation, ultra-thin design and loud alarm, the Window/Door Alarm kit is a low cost, effective solution to home security. Place the included magnet on the outside frame of any window or door you wish to protect. When opened by an intruder, the magnetic circuit is broken and a loud alarm will sound.

  • Alarm triggered after entry opening
  • Peel and stick installation
  • Loud 100 dB alarm
  • Protect your home, apartment or dorm room
  • Requires AG13(LR44) alkaline batteries - 12 pcs (included), (3 pcs for each alarm devices)

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Would this product be suitable for monitoring someone with dementia who tries to go outside during the night?

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July 27, 2016
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Yes. Unless they are with it enough to turn the device off.
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June 3, 2016
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We want it to alarm us in the night if she tries to open the door.
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June 2, 2016
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This is just basic home security alarm. It may not work for any special requirements.
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Atlanta, GA
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June 1, 2016
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Possibly, but it doesn't chirp, it emits a very loud signal that I imagine could be quite startling and confusing for someone with dementia.
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How easy are they to set and turn off?

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I'm thinking of installing these on the doors to my elderly parents home. Dad has Alzheimer's and we need a way to alert Mom if he goes outside. Mom is short, hard of hearing, vision impaired and has arthritis in her fingers. If the door is open and the alarm is sounding, how hard is it to stop the alarm? Is there a button you have to push on it to set it or turn it off?
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Extremely easy to turn on and off. Yes, a little "up/down" slide on the side of one of the pieces.
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The switch slides and is very small.
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April 26, 2015
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The alarm will go back off when the door is closed again. Otherwise, just flip a little switch on the side of it to turn the alarm off altogether (i.e. when you don't want it on)
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March 24, 2015
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You will need to manually turn it off. There's on/off switch on the unit. We have another model come with remote so you will be able to turn it on/off by using the remote. The item number is SE-0119.
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how large is this item?

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February 11, 2016
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Takes up less space then a credit card
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about 2" square
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June 16, 2014
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The dimension is 2 x 2 x 0.75 inch (L x W x H)
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The alarm side is 1.5" wide, 2" tall and just under 3/4" deep. the other (magnet) side is same height and depth, about 1/2 inch wide.
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Would I be able to keep the alarm on if the window is cracked open? Or could it be placed on the screen while the window is open?

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You can place these alarms on windows. Each piece placed directly across from the other as you would on a door and door jamb. Open the window to desired height, high enough to ventilate but not high enough to allow someone to crawl in. Turn the alarm on...it will SOUND if someone tries to push the window up higher.
You would NOT want to put alarms on the screen.
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The two pieces have to be beside each other so that if the connection is broken, the alarm sounds.
You could open the window to a certain level, put one piece on the window itself and the other piece on the woodwork/window frame beside the alarm. If someone were to try and open the window from the outside to get in, the connection would be broken and the alarm would sound.
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The two pieces have to be beside each other so that if the connection is broken, the alarm sounds.
You could open the window to a certain level, put one piece on the window itself and the other piece on the woodwork/window frame beside the alarm. If someone were to try and open the window from the outside to get in, the connection would be broken and the alarm would sound.
It wouldn't work if you put it on the screen.
The pieces have to be next to each other, like this >> ( )
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You will need to have additional magnetic sensor line up with alarm in order to keep alarm activated.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 79 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Home Security Window/Door Alarm Kit Apparently, Home Depot doesn't check to see if an item has already been reviewed "before" requesting another review. I have already reviewed this item. But, happy to do it again. These little alarms are incredibly easy to install. I'd say it took me maybe a minute or less to put up the first one. All you do is remove the paper off of the sticky backing and put in place. One piece goes on door jamb, the other on the door, and they must be as close together as possible and exactly right next to each other. Make sure you pull the little plastic tab out of the battery compartment, turn on the switch and the alarm is ready to let you know if anyone opens your door...or window. So far, mine have worked just fine. The only reason I didn't give an overall "Excellent" rating is, I'm wondering how long the batteries last and what they cost to replace them. July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Product works as described. It's extremely loud. It's louder than the ATT digital alarm system's siren! I love it and recommend them to anyone! August 31, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good added security for windows The alarms were easy to install. Sound is loud enough to be heard from end of 500 ft yard. I am using them on side windows in bedroom along with a "glass breaking" alarm on center pane August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Home security alarm 4-pack This alarm kit doesn't do much, but what it does it does quite well. Install it on a door, turn on the switch, and it will beep loudly if the door is opened. Turn the switch off to open the door without the alarm. It's very easy to install, and at least in the short time we've had it it's stayed firmly affixed. What amazes me is that a pack of four of these sets can be purchased so inexpensively. Outstanding value. August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by So far...Good product. So far, I think this is a good product. You can turn them on and off. The sound when the alarm is triggered is quite loud and high pitched. Extremely easy to attach, just peel the tape from the back. These alarms can be used on door and windows. To be sure they can be heard well, I don't think they should be used in a large home...too much space, rooms, between alarm locations. My only concern....how long do the batteries last and what will they cost to replace. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Affordable and works well It couldn't be easier to install. A word of caution: If you have inside mount blinds, make sure they clear the device when you are opening or closing the blinds. I've scared the living daylight out of myself twice because I dislodged the device. July 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Value Have had these for several years. Tricky part is replacing batteries - have learned to scotch tape the three batteries together, and makes insertions much easier. Good, loud noise. Super simple to install. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by for the price and the +100 decibe alarm, come on! no Brainerd installing. way loud alarm. feel comfortable I will, as well as all my neighbors when someone opens my Windows. August 9, 2016
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