Model # 45413

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GE Glass Vibration Alarm
0043180454133

GE

Glass Vibration Alarm

  • Simple, cost-effective home security solution
  • Sounds loud alarm when glass is tampered with or broken
  • Simple peel-and-stick installation
$786 /each
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Be alerted when your windows are tampered with or broken with the GE Glass Vibration Alarm. This easy-to-install alarm monitors windows or glass doors for tampering or breakage. The alarm will sound when it detects vibration or break-in. Attach to any window or glass surface with the peel-and-stick application. The alarm features a hi/low sensitivity setting for your convenience. The alarm requires four LR44 batteries (included). It comes with a 90-day limited warranty.

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Name Glass Vibration Alarm Wireless Home Security Door/Window Alarm Personal Security Deluxe Door Alarm Home Security Door/Window Alarm (2-Pack)
Brand GE Defiant GE Defiant
Ratings (5) (9) (11) (43)
Included Batteries,Battery Back-Up Batteries,Battery Back-Up No additional components or accessories are included Batteries,Battery Back-Up
Indoor/Outdoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor
Wired or Wireless Wireless Wireless Wireless Wireless
Features Audio Alert/Siren Audio Alert/Siren Audio Alert/Siren Audio Alert/Siren
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Customer Questions & Answers

How sensitive is the devise?

I want to leave my single hung window slightly open for fresh air. Would this devise set off when an intruder slide the window up to make an entry?
Asked by: Joe
It's pretty sensitive and has a hi-low sensitivity switch on the side, so while high sensitivity is the best, for those situations where it could cause nuisance alarms (if you live in an apartment with noisy neighbors or near an airport, for example), you can use the low sensitivity setting.
Answered by: Walkthewalk2
Date published: 2017-07-13

How far should this sensor be located?

Should this be on the ceiling for the patio sliding glass door? or should this be attached on to the glass door?
Asked by: Kris
This question is not applicable to this device, which is a stand-alone device. you might be thinking of a wireless alarm systems glass break detector where the sensor location in relation to the main alarm panel is important. With this alarm, you would buy one for every door or window that you want to protect and each one would work separately and independently.
Answered by: Walkthewalk2
Date published: 2017-07-13

alarm reset

How long does the alarm sound before it resets?
Asked by: SS
It has an on-off switch on the side that is used for on-off AND alarm reset. This is different from some smoke alarms that have a reset button on them, but it works in the same fashion. There is a test button, too, but it is only for testing the viability of the 4 batteries.
Answered by: Walkthewalk2
Date published: 2017-07-13
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Customer Reviews

Glass Vibration Alarm is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to install, nice and loud, not overly sensitive. The packaging is the usual plastic blister pack, opens with scissors. Battery cover has a screw so not likely to fall off. Batteries are included and are four button cells. (They go in + side up, all four,) The alarm has an on/off switch and a high/low alarm sound switch. I couldn't tell the difference between the high and low, but I'm 62 so... It installs as simply as cleaning the glass, peeling the protection sheet and carefully pressing onto the glass. Alarm seems appropriately, but not overly, sensitive. We use it on a glass patio door, our only glass entrance unless you think the robbers will use windows. A very affordable way to ensure you are notified of any glass vibration. I didn't let it run until it turns off so I don't know about that.
Date published: 2017-06-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very easy to install and once it's mounted it appears to be stuck there forever. I can state whet... Very easy to install and once it's mounted it appears to be stuck there forever. I can state whether or not this alarm will do what it states but I am hoping that it will. This alarm has a thin profile and it states it will sound once the glass has been broken or there is excessive vibration. I have the sensitivity settings on Lo and I will know if it works perfectly if it is ever tampered with.
Date published: 2017-07-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not very sensitive, very unpredictable as to when it will work and when it won't. Not very sensitive, very unpredictable as to when it will work and when it won't.
Date published: 2017-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I got one of these for the sliding glass patio door on my daughter's apartment and will be gettin... I got one of these for the sliding glass patio door on my daughter's apartment and will be getting two more for our home and one for our RV! It's a great product that GE has come up with, and is very easy to install, while being inexpensive. Everyone knows that patio doors (sliding glass or french) and double-hung windows are the most common break-in point for burglars, and this device is designed to protect those vulnerable access points for those who don't want, or can't afford, a full blown security alarm system. As someone who used to install alarm systems, I appreciate the great design of this product. It's small, simple to install- you just pop in the batteries and remove the sticky backing and attach the unit to the door or window, and runs off 4 small (replaceable) LR44 batteries. It has a thin design and the back side of the design cleverly is a security warning sticker that can be seen through the glass from the outside. The thin design is key for double hung windows and sliding glass doors where half the door or window slides past the other half - this device is super thin and can be installed on the fixed window or patio door section without obstructing that. Very smart design for a small device. Also, it comes with a detailed well written instruction booklet which explains the features, how to install it and how to use it. In addition, this alarm device has a hi-low sensitivity switch, so if you live in an apartment where your neighbor has subwoofers blasting in his car, or near an airport, you may need to use the low setting, otherwise the high setting is probably the best. Also there is an on-off switch so you can quickly disable the alarm if you accidentally set it off, and a test button that tests that the batteries (it does not test the alarm device itself). The alarm is fairly loud (I would guess about 90 db), but not super loud or piercing, (important in apartments, or if you have dogs that go beserk when the smoke alarm goes off), but is certainly loud and annoying enough to awaken or alert the homeowner or resident when there's a problem, giving them time to get up, call the police, and address any intrusion or window damage issues. It would also likely deter any would-be robber. This glass vibration alarm device works as a stand-alone device and does not connect to a monitored alarm system, but it's great for those who can't afford them. It's inexpensive, so you can get 3 or 4, if you have many windows or doors to cover. It's perfect for apartments, condos and small offices, (especially for ground floor units), and could even be used by travelers for their hotel or motel room, or for the RV or travel trailer. (Our RV has a sliding glass patio door, and we often worry about the possibility of a break-in through that door. This alarm will give us some extra security and peace of mind when we travel in our RV.)
Date published: 2017-07-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not very sensitive This window alarm is not very sensitive to vibration, even on the "high" sensitivity setting. And the alarm noise, when it does go off, is not very loud. I'll just have to hope that the warning sign which shows to the outside world will act as $8-10 worth of visual deterrent.
Date published: 2016-07-06
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