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  Reply # 1513914 15-Mar-2016 19:24
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Current security system? Does a front door lock count? laughing


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  Reply # 1513919 15-Mar-2016 19:27
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No current system but would come in very handy following an article in the herald that my suburb has one of the highest break in percentages!

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  Reply # 1513920 15-Mar-2016 19:28
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Don't have a security system yet. It's on the roadmap of things I hope to be able to do one day

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  Reply # 1513921 15-Mar-2016 19:28
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I'm looking for something a little less... permanent





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  Reply # 1513923 15-Mar-2016 19:32
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mdooher:

 

 

I'm looking for something a little less... permanent

 

 

Why do you need a silencer?

 

A bit of noise might deter an intruder before the permanent solution.





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  Reply # 1513924 15-Mar-2016 19:35
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Current system, unmonitored alarm system

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  Reply # 1513927 15-Mar-2016 19:37
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Sideface:

 

mdooher:

 

 

 

I'm looking for something a little less... permanent

 

 

Why do you need a silencer?

 

A bit of noise might deter an intruder before the permanent solution.

 

 

 

 

I try to be a considerate neighbour ...





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  Reply # 1513928 15-Mar-2016 19:37
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Currently have no security system. 

 

That's because we currently have no house. 

 

Living with neighbours waiting for the building consent and then the build.

 

We will eventually have a system, and this could be the basis of it or supplement it.


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  Reply # 1513930 15-Mar-2016 19:42
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The strange thing about this thread is that people are openly telling the public what security systems they have (or not have). I am pretty sure a smart thief could find the home address of a number of people on here if they worked hard enough.

 

Maybe the competition was posted here as an intelligence test for people!

 

Yes I have a security system and having another/alternative one would be great and I wouldn't say no to any kind of tech.

 

Thank God we don't live in a country where having a gun would be classed a normal home security system.

 

Maybe if I could get this thru customs.....

 

Click to see full size

 

 

 

 


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Reply # 1513934 15-Mar-2016 19:47
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LennonNZ:

 

The strange thing about this thread is that people are openly telling the public what security systems they have (or not have). I am pretty sure a smart thief could find the home address of a number of people on here if they worked hard enough.

 

Maybe the competition was posted here as an intelligence test for people!

 

Yes I have a security system and having another/alternative one would be great and I wouldn't say no to any kind of tech.

 

Thank God we don't live in a country where having a gun would be classed a normal home security system.

 

Maybe if I could get this thru customs.....

 

Click to see full size

 

 

 

Where did you see that? it would be great on my office desk... My wife would hate it tongue-out

 

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 1513936 15-Mar-2016 19:49
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A paradox system that we monitor, and a Type D Barker called Daisy.

 

 


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  Reply # 1513937 15-Mar-2016 19:50
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No electronic security, but this one looks great

 

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  Reply # 1513938 15-Mar-2016 19:53
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We have a micron system, which could be monitored if we didn't have fibre. Has three motion sensors and two fire alarms and a flashing light outside.

 

The people who installed it didn't know the code to set it, so when we bought the place they didn't know the code, it had never been set or used in its life. But the flashing red light outside is constantly flashing so I guess people don't know if its on or not.

 

We also have 4 cats, two of which love attacking unfamiliar people. Very funny to watch.

 

But a camera system mainly to watch what the cats are doing when we aren't at home would be cool.


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Reply # 1513939 15-Mar-2016 19:55
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a very frickn loud system that wifey never puts on, a little too friendly black cat (does this constitute bad luck curses???) a baseball bat and pitching wedge - the good graces of whomever might be above??

 

 


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  Reply # 1513940 15-Mar-2016 19:58
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http://usa.flos.com/Flos/lighting-by-Philippe-Starck

 

A friend of mine has a similar one. I have no idea where he got it from.

 

I'm sure you can get a cheaper version if $US2500 is a little expensive (It costs more than a fully working real one)


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