Ships with a remote that gives you control of four modes: arm, disarm, panic, and doorbell. 105dB alarm. Peel and stick installation. Alarm takes two AAA batteries (not included) and remote takes a 9V battery (included). Can use with additional remotes.
The alert that sounds when you are simply changing modes is very loud. Some buyers said this alarm stopped working within a few days.
Comes in packs of one, two, four, six, or 12. Alarm is a loud 120dB. Also has an off and chime mode. Easy to install. Small and discrete. Batteries included, and it has a low battery test button.
Tape is not that great, which can cause the alarms to go off on their own. Some reports of these alarms arriving broken.
Four-pack of 120dB alarms Also available in packs of one or two. Easier installation than most, as the sensor can be mounted on either side of the alarm. Uses four LR44 batteries (included). Has off, chime, and alarm modes, as well as a low battery test button.
The settings switch is located under the front cover, so you have to dismantle it to turn this option on and off. On the small side. Some found the alarm to be not loud enough, while the chime was too loud.
Good value for a dozen alarms (also available in an eight-pack). Peel and stick installation. 100dB alarms. Uses three AAA batteries, which are included.
Tape used for installation can fail, setting off these alarms at random. Not as loud as other alarms.
Peel and stick installation. Comes four 100dB alarms to a pack. Easy to install. Simple on/off switch makes them easy to use. Uses three LR44 batteries per device.
Only has off and alarm settings – no chime mode. Adhesive on the mounting tape can fail easily. Some buyers said this option arrived faulty, or with bad batteries.
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