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Master Geek


  #1514329 16-Mar-2016 11:51
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I have a cheap PVR system from china. The CleverLoop looks way better.

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Wannabe Geek

  #1514330 16-Mar-2016 11:52
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Our security system includes 3 children and a vicious attack cat. 


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Wannabe Geek

  #1514336 16-Mar-2016 12:04
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Princess Layer and her little flock of Mother Cluckers are all the security I need!  I mean...they scare off cats, but maybe that doesn't translate to burglers.




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Ultimate Geek

  #1514399 16-Mar-2016 13:12
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Can i please be added to the draw?

I have just begun looking at security systems, especially as my brother in law was recently burgled (while they were at home watching TV!)

My current system is just having faith in NZ society🙏


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Uber Geek

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  #1514404 16-Mar-2016 13:17
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33coupe: <snip>  My current system is just having faith in NZ society ...


That worked really well 30 years ago.  wink


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Wannabe Geek

  #1514539 16-Mar-2016 14:36
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Alarm & logitech camera connected to unreliable laptop ... definitely needs an upgrade!

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#1514546 16-Mar-2016 14:49
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Three feng shui finnial dragons stand guard to the approaches to the citadel supported by Basil & Cybil, failing that Rosie, who co-incidentally has recently been infected with a holo-virus and now has hex-vision.


Mind you any ne'er-do-well with a handy remote link to the hologram suite disk projection system, a 5 million volt power transfer adaptor, a B47/7RF resistor and a box of Tux and my security is screwed... Just as I will be if they catch me wearing that gingham dress again! Bottoms up Mr Flibble.yell






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Master Geek

  #1514549 16-Mar-2016 15:04
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Currently my security system is fairly limited.


Chrome Remote Desktop to my computer at home, with Photo Booth open.

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Wannabe Geek

  #1514559 16-Mar-2016 15:18
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The ancient monitored DSC alarm is supplemented by killer attack gnomes:


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  #1514563 16-Mar-2016 15:21
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Current security,   make house look like its inhabited by hobos.  :(


Dogs are huge wimps and get beat up by pigeon


Send help......

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  #1514571 16-Mar-2016 15:39
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NZ Police only.


If I won the CleverLoop I would happily install this over at my mother's place.






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Master Geek


  #1514605 16-Mar-2016 16:43
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Currently have nothing which isn't a good thing. Would love to have one of these in my home.

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Uber Geek

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  #1514606 16-Mar-2016 16:52
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Currently have a webcam hooked up to my desktop with ISpy running!


Sample ispy image from googles cos I'm not posting my actual camera footage :-0


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Wannabe Geek

  #1514623 16-Mar-2016 17:31
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We have one of these thingys from Hills but tend to rely our neighbours dog however his setting are way too sensitive and we have been getting false alarms

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Master Geek

#1514689 16-Mar-2016 19:48
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Using a Logitech Alert Security Camera with iPhone App and Paradox Home Alarm system plus a dog!!

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