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  #1512127 12-Mar-2016 19:48
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No existing sytem here but If I win I am thinking about fitting a remote water canon to take on the cats fighting in my front yard with out getting out of bed lol

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  #1512128 12-Mar-2016 19:53
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Nothing here and the sad thing is 1 month ago I was stood over in my own home by a two wannabe black power members from up north for my car I had kids in the house at the time so only thing to do was give up the key and ring the cops 


 
 
 
 


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  #1512137 12-Mar-2016 21:19
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Athlonite:

 

Nothing here and the sad thing is 1 month ago I was stood over in my own home by a two wannabe black power members from up north for my car I had kids in the house at the time so only thing to do was give up the key and ring the cops 

 

 

I hope you win the prize.





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  #1512140 12-Mar-2016 21:33
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I am still looking for one. Yet to find one. so deadlocks everywhere for now.





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  #1512141 12-Mar-2016 21:43
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I currently have a very sophisticated home security system - keys!

 


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  #1512144 12-Mar-2016 21:50
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Recording of baby crying on continuous loop set at ~90db playing in room behind main door ;p

 

Otherwise traditional rectangle of hard material with mechanical fastener...

 


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  #1512401 13-Mar-2016 17:06
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Currently I have no security system at all. I have been looking a some systems but they all seem to be stuck in a technology time warp from 10 years or more ago.

 

This system looks really useful and modern.


 
 
 
 


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  #1512433 13-Mar-2016 17:29
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Count me in.

 

 

As others, I have this magic metal thing on the door, that you put another metal thing in and twist. Some how makes it open. only share the twist metal thing with people I know...

 

 





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  #1512441 13-Mar-2016 18:05
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My cat is currently my security system. It is completely useless and tends to purr and accept pats rather than protecting the property.

Would love to have something like this protecting my house instead.

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  #1512503 13-Mar-2016 19:35
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Well currently I have a full security system as provided by my landlord however I don't have the master pin for it so can't program it to have any smarts. It also has a smoke detector that forces the alarm to scream rather loudly alerting everyone in a 100km radius of my burnt morning toast.

 

I tried looking outside however for our other counterpart of the security system (our Pukekos) except they've buggered off for the evening. I'd love the Cleverloop to keep an eye on our street which does have some odd things happen on it and ensure that some scary monsters don't spawn in our house (as per request of my sister after she played Dreadhalls on the Oculus giving her PTSD):

 

(Warning - may have a swear word or two at the very end)





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  #1512513 13-Mar-2016 20:07
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That's classic! I lolled 😀

What VR goggles were those? Haven't seen mention of VR in ages!


🙈 Reread your post - oculus!

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  #1512540 13-Mar-2016 20:38
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Currently have a house alarm of some description.  This would be a nice upgrade.


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  #1512577 13-Mar-2016 21:15
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 I have an old Chubb alarm that is looking a bit tired and it cannot be upgraded.


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  #1512621 13-Mar-2016 22:20
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Vivint system, what was I thinking.


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  #1512686 14-Mar-2016 08:02
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Our current security system is a cable car and 138 steps & more interesting/less hasstles neighbouring houses.


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