View Full Version : two-way Paging Alarms
11-12-02, 01:15 PM
Just want to get an idea on the matter, if those two way paging alarms were more competitivly priced say $500-$600 installed would vehicle owners upgrade or get one?
just want to know if there would be a market in Australia i know boomerang do one but i think its over $1000
27-12-02, 05:28 PM
THis paging service is the best, my friends battery went dead on the CT and they rang him to tell him that.
Sh!t. That's good.....:D
Me thinks i'll be installing their system in my next car!
28-12-02, 07:10 AM
An alarm is only as good as the weakest link in the chain; I installed a $280 alarm in my old R32 GTS4 and installed it so well that the car audio install company in Thomastown who attempted to remove it and fit their own alarm (but instead ended up ruining the car) could not figure out how it was done in the 4 weeks they had it.
In my opinion, for every hour you spend installing your alarm will result in buying 3 minutes for a thief trying to override it. Never trust your pride and joy to an install that only takes 2 or 3 hours.
29-12-02, 09:32 PM
i can get a boomerang alarm (a2000) in hong kong around aus$800
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