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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
on February 8, 2008
I love this product! It is my second one, I sold my other car and the buyers wanted to keep it, so I ordered this one.
So easy to use. Just put in the batteries and place it where you want in the car. That's it. It really showes up at night. There is a small recessed area in the lower part of the dash and that is a perfect place.
Also love the off-on switch which saves on batteries. The price is very good and the seller sent it very quickly.
Highly recommend!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on April 20, 2011
Don't waste your money. The way the two LEDs blink make this thing look like what it is... a toy. Very disappointed. Can't believe I spent more than 1 dollar on such a crappy thing. Even a kid would understand that this thing is not an alarm.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on May 18, 2010
The device has 2 LEDs and the blinking alternates between those two lights .The frequency of the blinking is too fast and normally a anti-theft device has only one LED. It looks absolutely nothing like a real anti-theft device. I got it and I felt this would probably attract thieves (it's like a freaking open invitation for thieves saying "come! I don't have an alarm system installed!") . I decided not to use it. Also, it's over-priced for a simple led circuit. I will not recommend anyone to get this if you truly care about your car.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful
on February 21, 2009
Save your money it's junky, cheap and not worth the price.
Mine stoped working in cold weather and the battery cover broke.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on July 12, 2011
This is a cheap piece of junk made in a well-known foreign Asian land known for producing junk. The two lights are NOT LED and do not flash quickly like a real security system. They are dull lights, alternating from one to the other. Don't waste your money or batteries. Anyone will tell its fake. I threw mine in the garbage...wasn't worth sending back.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on July 7, 2007
At night, this phoney alarm looks very convincing. When you mount it, rest it on a ledge since the velcro that comes with it is not very strong. I ve had it for a month and the batteries are still working. The shipping was as much as the product but this can not be had in your typical auto parts store. Probably because they would not sell the real thing that costs $200 more.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on October 15, 2010
The main pro of this product is that it looks real enough. I wouldn't place it directly in view for a would-be robber to see because the person could tell it's not connected to the car's electrical system in any way (and is therefore fake). Thankfully my radio has been stolen already so I was able to place it inside where the hole is, just showing, and it looks like it could be attached to something.

The con is the thing is garbage. Yes it is cheaply made, it's just alternates flashing lights. The battery life on this thing is ridiculous. Lasts about 3-4 days, roughly 8-10 hours per day on 2 AAA batteries. Not exactly what I was looking for. Oh well.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon January 12, 2009
Although it doesn't look like the real car alarm blinking lights that I have or have seen, it is certainly better than nothing. I purchased one for my nephew along with an inexpensive motion alarm. I highly recommend that you get both for a vechicle that has no alarm. It'd probably be more realistic not to place this device in absolute plain sight. While you want the flashing to be visible, you don't want the would be theives to see that the unit is NOT built into your vehicle. My advice is to get one of these to ward off potential theives, but first you should at least get a wireless motion detector. If you can only afford one or the other, get the real alarm first. The "Wireless Motion Sensor Detector Alarm With 2 REMOTE" by MacTop for $14 + $7 shipping is pretty good. One nice thing is that it also has a red LED light that is always on, even when the alarm is not enabled. That is good for letting people know there is some type of electronic security in the vehicle. Best of luck avoiding the theives.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on November 10, 2007
This device does indeed look like a car alarm. Remember, folks don't steal stereos because they're bright. This device would stand up to some scrutiny, but it is doubtful it will have to. The idea is to encourage would-be thieves to move on to a car sans flashing alarm lights.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on March 21, 2011
I was disappointed that it had a big on/off switch on the side of the box so how will this deter a thief with a flashlight. If anything it tells the thief you don't have a car alarm or why else would you have a fake alarm light. They should have designed it so that the switch is on the back with the velcro.
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