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Thread: Growler alarm system

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tezza View Post
    Iím thinking about getting the growler alarm system from van Bitz in Taunton . On paper it looks the dogs bits. But at £1k itís a lot money. Does anybody on here have or had one fitted and if so....was it worth that sort of money?
    Since the theft of my first (Transit Mk.7-based) motorhome, the installation on its replacement of Growler and Non Starter (see key theft for the latest version), has given me considerable peace of mind.

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    I had the Strikeback fitted which is the smaller version plus had extra sirens fitted. Certainly loud so would be off putting for a opportunist lowlife. Vanbitz excellent service, recommend them.
    Thanks Tezza thanked for this post

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    Our van also

    We had the Growler fitted. Heard they were busy but surprised by the wait for fitting which is better than bring it round tomorrow!
    Excellent people to deal with, professional, friendly great service all round. 10% discount already mentioned BUT ONLY if you tell them at the time of booking.
    Doors, lockers and garage alarmed, internal sensors and sirens can be switched off for night or to leave a pet.

    Have only made two mistakes of not disarming the alarm before unlocking and opening.... one should have been enough.
    Initial reaction is to move away because of the noise.... it's louder inside
    Only someone who is already deaf will stay inside.
    If a professional thief wants your van they will probably have it no matter what.

    The external flashing LEDs (dimmable) coupled with the warning signs in various languages should deter the casual thief.
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