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Viper 3305V Responder LCD 2-Way Security System

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  • Trunk release output for optional trunk release
  • Dome light supervision with on-board relay
  • 2-way Car Alarm Security System
  • Built-in keyless entry features
  • VRS Vehicle recovery system helps prevent unauthorized use of your vehicle
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00445TG52
  • Item model number: 3305V
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 23, 2010

Product Description

2-way Car Alarm Security System Built-in keyless entry features Includes one main LCD 2-way remote and one 4-button 1-way sidekick remote Nuisance Prevention Circuitry prevents annoying repetitive trigger sequences Transmitter range up to 1,500 feet 3 Total channel security entry system Clone-Safe Code-Hopping technology for encrypted signals Rapid Resume Logic ensures the system returns to the same state previous to power loss VRS Vehicle recovery system helps prevent unauthorized use of your vehicle Push button valet switch Parking light flash option Failsafe starter kill for increased security Stinger DoubleGuard shock sensor provides just the right amount of sensitivity Revenger six-tone siren provides the appropriate sounds and at the appropriate noise levels Bright blue LED status indicator Dome light supervision with on-board relay Comfort closure 2 Auxiliary outputs for additional add-on sensors Trunk release output for optional trunk release Dome light supervision with on-board relay Comfort closure automatically closes windows on some vehicles 2 Auxiliary outputs for additional add-on sensors

Customer Reviews

This alarm system is great!
mcbooks001
I decided to let Best Buy install it since it takes hours to get it right.
neoweapon
Pos just goes off randomly.
Kr0n1k

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

122 of 124 people found the following review helpful By TheManTheLegend on April 19, 2012
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Ok everyone, this is my first review...so bare with me.

March 31st, 2012 my car was broken into and my thief/thieves got me for roughly $700.00 worth of electronics.

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After searching around and reviewing many alarm models that are on the market, I ended up choosing this alarm because it was the most affordable, packed some great features, and is made by a name I know I can trust. If you are looking for a product that is going to protect your vehicle, this is a great choice. The only feature I have found that it DOESN'T have is REMOTE START, though it supposedly has the option (I haven't been able to find out how it is utilized through my research). I installed this unit myself, therefore I have read all about it.

ABOUT THE ALARM:

Ability to monitor your Dome Light, make it flash (if alarm is triggered), make it stay on for 30 seconds after you leave the vehicle.

Ability to monitor door triggers/Switches. Basically if the door is opened, the alarm is triggered.

Ability to monitor a trunk/hood pin. If the hood/trunk is opened, the alarm is triggered.

Ability to monitor ignition switch position. If the key is turned, the alarm is triggered.

Ability to disable the starter from functioning. If the alarm is armed, the starter is disabled.

Ability to lock/unlock your doors.

Ability to wire TWO of your own functions to the AUX channels. (Turn stereo on, pop trunk as examples)

Ability to detect vibrations. (The Shock sensor is built into the brain)

Ability to be wired into your lights, so they will flash when alarm is armed/unarmed/triggered.

Ability to control a BRIGHT BLUE LED to warn thieves.
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40 of 45 people found the following review helpful By taltaljan on October 11, 2011
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At first, I was skeptical to purchase this online from Amazon. I didn't want to pay anything more than what I had to for installation. The product came with everything I needed for installation. The product is great! The 2-way remote is kind of bulky and takes up space on your keychain but if you're paranoid like me and always wonder if you locked your doors or not, it is the greatest invention ever. It shows you that your car is either locked or not locked. That way you do not have to walk all the way back to your car to check if the car is locked.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By David McMann on December 24, 2012
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The two-way remote had issues within the first year - display started to fail, and you had to press reeeaalllllyyyyy hard on the buttons to make anything happen. And if the alarm's shock sensor has a small trigger (not enough to trigger the alarm, but enough to make the alarm beep 10 times), the two-way remote will beep like every 2 minutes indefinitely, which kills the battery. Had to change the battery on the two-way remote like once a month, sometimes more.

After lots of frustration with the two-way remote, I remembered it also has a normal remote. I started using it, and it works fine, for about 3-4 months. Then same issue. You have to kind of "squeeze" the remote while you press the button, or it won't always work.

So, the alarm itself is great. No issues or complaints at all. But the remotes are the weak point.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Dan on August 27, 2012
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Update 11/04/2012:
Again, the battery (new NiMH Rechargeables) in the two way pager died overnight while I slept. Went to bed with 2 bars on the battery life, woke up with a completely off two way pager. Pretty useless to have a $105 Car Alarm and a $150 installation price, only to have your two-way pager turn completely off in the middle of the night when you're asleep and your car is most likely to be broken into. The manufacturer needs to improve the battery life very significantly from its current battery life and greatly improve it's accuracy of the battery charge indicator on the two-way pager. Again, a car alarm is useless if your 2-way pager stops while you're sleeping. Giving it 4 stars definitely not 5 (I'd really like to give it 3.5, but a 3 is a little low).

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Update 10/24/2012:

Be forewarned that the 2-way pager unit is a battery hog if you are using standard 1.2v rechargeable batteries. They will only last about 3 days then they will unexpectedly go out and your 2 way pager will go dead. This 2 way pager requires a higher 1.5volt battery, which are the disposable batteries, however they'll only last about 4 days and then die. So pick your posion.

Be warned that you need to be prepared to always carry a second backup standard AAA battery (whether rechargeable or not rechargeable) in your pocket because the 2 way pager will die out on you when you least expect it (the battery indicator is not very good, it has 4 bars and a new battery only makes it go to 3 bars). This makes the Viper Car Alarm useless and completely ineffective when you are out and about when the battery goes out on you, or you wake up and the battery has died and the 2 way pager is dead.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Cypherdude on September 12, 2013
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11/21/2013 UPDATE: I want to add, the Viper 3305v alarm is not sensitive at all. The alarm just does NOT go off at all if the car is disturbed. The Viper "authorized" alarm installer who installed it, did a very poor job all around, including the stereo he installed. Based on the information at the Viper website, I went to Viper's "Preferred authorized" installer. Their work has been a total nightmare. Not only because of the poor job they did on the Viper alarm, but also with the stereo and amplifier they installed. I recommend you go with a different brand of paging car alarm system.

09/22/2013 UPDATE: I received my warranty replacement 7345V Viper 2-Way Remote from Viper one week later (in the video I say 2 weeks but it was 1 week). Viper was pretty quick in their replacement. Whatever the problem is regarding their 2-way remotes, I hope they have addressed it (but I doubt it). To protect the replacement remote, I bought an inexpensive Leather Remote Case. It was difficult but I was able to make it fit. See my video review here for more details:
http://www.amazon.com/review/R3NCD7ASGDPO1L

ORIGINAL REVIEW: I bought the Viper 3305v from an authorized dealer and had them install it on Aug 10, 2013. Tonight for the first time ever I dropped the 2-way remote from waist high, the same as a previous reviewer, and now it's dead. There is no damage to the screen and it should work. However, I am not getting anything. Viper remotes are too delicate for automotive use.
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