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Опубликовано: September 30, 2020 в 4:36 pm


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CASEMATIX Miniature Storage Hard Shell Figure Case – 80 Slot Figurine Carrying Case with Customizable Foam Compatible with Warhammer 40k, DND & More!

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CASEMATIX Hard Shell Miniature Storage Travel Case – 36 Figurine Miniature Organizer and Miniatures Carrying Case with Pluckable Foam Interior

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CASEMATIX Miniature Storage Hard Shell Figure Case – 30 Slot Figurine Minature Carrying Case with Shoulder Strap and Accessory Storage for Minis. Red

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CASEMATIX Miniature Storage Hard Shell Figure Case – 30 Slot Figurine Minature Carrying Case with Shoulder Strap and Accessory Storage for Minis. Blue

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CASEMATIX Waterproof Trading Card Case for 1000+ Cards – Hard Shell Trading Card Box with Customizable Foam Interior Compatible with Most TCGs

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CASEMATIX Dice Tray and Storage Case for Up to 115 RPG Dice – Dice Tray for Rolling with Magnetic Snaps, Embossed Skull Design

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CASEMATIX Dice Tray and Storage Case for Up to 115 RPG Dice – Dice Tray for Rolling with Magnetic Snaps, Embossed Monster Design

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CASEMATIX Dice Tray and Storage Case for Up to 115 RPG Dice – Dice Tray for Rolling with Magnetic Snaps, Embossed Dragon Design & Non-Scratch Interior

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CASEMATIX Portable Dice Tower and Tray Set with Non-Scratch Felt Interior – Folding 8″ Auto Dice Roller Dice Tower for Fair and Random Dice Rolling

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CASEMATIX Portable Dice Tower and Tray with Non-Scratch Felt Interior – Folding 8″ Auto Dice Roller Dice Tower for Fair and Random Dice Rolling, Red

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CASEMATIX Travel Dice Case for 100+ RPG Dice with Padded Interior Divider and Wrist Strap – Hard Shell Protective DND Dice Box and RPG Dice Case

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CASEMATIX Ultra-Compact Travel Dice Case and Dice Holder for up to 21 RPG Dice with Non-Scratch Interior and Metal Carabiner

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CASEMATIX Card Deck Box for Up to 200 Cards – Hard Shell Playing Card Case with Metal Carabiner Compatible with Magic The Gathering and Other TCGs

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CASEMATIX Organizer Travel Case Fits Pictionary Air Pen and Card Game Decks, Includes Case Only

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CASEMATIX Dice Rolling Tray and Dice Mat Includes 7 Roleplaying Dice for Dungeons and Dragons D&D – Travel Dice Holder for Storing up to 14 Game Dice

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CASEMATIX Card Game Case fits Throw Throw Burrito by Exploding Kittens and More Card Deck Toys , Includes CASE ONLY

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CASEMATIX Waterproof Trading Card Case for 550 Cards – Trading Card Box with Foam Interior Compatible with Magic The Gathering, Cards Against Humanity

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CASEMATIX Hard Shell Travel Case Compatible with 100 Sided Dice D100 Dice with Non-Scratch Interior, Foam Pad and Metal Carabiner

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CASEMATIX 16″ Waterproof Trading Card Case for 1500 Cards – Hard Shell Trading Card Box with Customizable Foam Interior Compatible with Most TCGs

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CASEMATIX Miniature Storage Hard Shell Case – 30 Slot Figurine Carrying Case with Customizable Foam for for Warhammer 40k, DND and More!

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CASEMATIX Metal Coins and Carrying Pouch for Tabletop RPG Board Games – 100 Count DND Coins Fantasy Coins with Dragons & Sword and Shield Engraving

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CASEMATIX Folding Dice Rolling Tray and Professional Dice Cup Shaker Set – Portable DND Dice Tray and Felt Cup Dice Shaker with PU Leather Materials

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CASEMATIX Soft Dice Case and Dice Holder with 7 Included RPG Dice – 9.5″ Sea Monster Figure with Dice Storage Zipper Compartment for up to 21 Dice

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CASEMATIX Miniature Storage Hard Shell Figure Case – 105 Slot Figurine Carrying Case Compatible with Warhammer 40k, Dungeons & Dragons & More!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Really great quality!

    CASEMATIX Dice Tray And Dice Storage Case For D&D Dice For up to 115 RPG Dice With Dice Tray For Rolling Embossed Dragon – Random Rolls

    CASEMATIX Dice Tray And Dice Storage Case For D&D Dice For up to 115 RPG Dice With Dice Tray For Rolling Embossed Dragon – Random Rolls

  • 5 out of 5 stars

    The quality of this dice case is amazing! ✨ And it has enough space for all my dice! 🎲 Thank you for this awesome product! 🤩

    CASEMATIX Dice Tray And Dice Storage Case For D&D Dice For up to 115 RPG Dice With Dice Tray For Rolling Embossed Dragon – Random Rolls

    CASEMATIX Dice Tray And Dice Storage Case For D&D Dice For up to 115 RPG Dice With Dice Tray For Rolling Embossed Dragon – Random Rolls

  • 4 out of 5 stars

    It was a gift for my son and he was happy to have storage for his warhammer troops. It was lite weight, seemed durable, and had lots of foam slots. My only concern was with the top foam the lid had a gap when latched, but I don’t think it’ll be a problem. It came just in time! I’d buy another. Thanks!

    Casematix 105 Slot Figurine Minature Carrying Case with Custom Foam Trays fits Large Miniatures for Warhammer 40k, Dungeons & Dragons

    Casematix 105 Slot Figurine Minature Carrying Case with Custom Foam Trays fits Large Miniatures for Warhammer 40k, Dungeons & Dragons

  • Adam on May 22, 2023

    5 out of 5 stars

    Great case and fast shipping

    Casematix 105 Slot Figurine Minature Carrying Case with Custom Foam Trays fits Large Miniatures for Warhammer 40k, Dungeons & Dragons

    Casematix 105 Slot Figurine Minature Carrying Case with Custom Foam Trays fits Large Miniatures for Warhammer 40k, Dungeons & Dragons

  • 5 out of 5 stars

    It was a gift and it fit his dice collection!! Thank you

    CM Dice Box and Card Case for 9 Sets of RPG Dice, Spell Cards, Counters and More – Hard Shell Dice Holder with Dragon Design – Case Only

    CM Dice Box and Card Case for 9 Sets of RPG Dice, Spell Cards, Counters and More – Hard Shell Dice Holder with Dragon Design – Case Only

  • Ryen on May 3, 2023

    5 out of 5 stars

    Just what I was looking for. Holds my dice in place and organized, fits all 7, has room for cards and other storage.

    CM Dice Box and Card Case for 9 Sets of RPG Dice, Spell Cards, Counters and More – Hard Shell Dice Holder with Dragon Design – Case Only

    CM Dice Box and Card Case for 9 Sets of RPG Dice, Spell Cards, Counters and More – Hard Shell Dice Holder with Dragon Design – Case Only

  • joy on Jun 2, 2023

    5 out of 5 stars

    This is perfect to put on my belt loop, when I’m at work. Thank you.

    Casematix Turquoise Asthma Inhaler Case for Adults and Customers of All Ages with Clip On Carabiner, Nylon Lanyard

    Casematix Turquoise Asthma Inhaler Case for Adults and Customers of All Ages with Clip On Carabiner, Nylon Lanyard

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    It’s a heavy duty case expect it to be fairly heavy.

    Casematix 17.3″ Laptop Hard Case for Dell Alienware Laptop Alienware Area 51M AW17R4 , Alienware AW15R3 and More Laptops Up to 18 Inches

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    Casematix Pink Asthma Inhaler Travel Case for Adults and Customers of All Ages, Includes Inhaler Case Only

    Casematix Pink Asthma Inhaler Travel Case for Adults and Customers of All Ages, Includes Inhaler Case Only

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    Matched description and shipped quickly. Smooth transaction. Will order again if I need more foam for miniatures.

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Casemates du Bock Luxembourg UPDATED October 2020 Top Tips Before You Go (with Photos)


2,403 reviews Georgy L

28 publications

Fantasy in the rocks

July 2018

In ancient times it was impossible to take such fortifications by storm. And the people in the rocks could do this!!!

Published June 8, 2019

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Moscow, Russia420 publications

Walking through the caves

May 2019 • Traveling alone

I’ll start by saying that I didn’t immediately find the entrance: it’s right in the middle of the bridge, and on the right , and on the left. Entrance 7€ per adult, 6€ per student (I don’t remember the cost of children’s tickets). The place is unusual and worth a visit. I strongly do not recommend going down very deep: the caves are exactly the same everywhere, and then it will not be easy to go up. There are many “windows” in the caves from which a good view opens up, but for the sake of the view it’s definitely not worth climbing into them (the view is not worse at all from the bridge itself).

Published May 3, 2019

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St. Petersburg, Russia4 129 publications 2018 • For two

In the 17th century, caves and tunnels with a total length of 23 km were carved into the rocks for defensive purposes. Part of the casemates in the Bock rock bears the same name and could accommodate 1,200 soldiers and 50 artillery pieces. Thanks to these structures, Luxembourg was called the “Gibraltar of the North”. Buildings with the Old Town are part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Published December 23, 2018

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Moscow, Russia12,402 publications

Mysterious passages and dark chambers

2018 • With friends

Casemates Bok appeared in the 17th century and stretched for 23 km. These are mysterious passages and dark chambers. In one of the underground rooms there is an exposition dedicated to the history of this place. During WWII
civilians fled from air raids. Today, only 17 km of casemates have been preserved. Bock casemates are open for tourists, the entrance is near the Alzet River. The excursion program includes a visit to the archaeological crypt. Open from March to October 10:00-17:00. Admission for adults – 6 EUR, for children – 3 EUR.
But, to be honest, they were not impressed. If you come for a couple of days, and the town is tiny, then you can visit. If for one day. then feel free to skip it.

Published December 12, 2018

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Ekaterina S

Moscow, Russia116 publications

Cool place for 1 day

Sep 2018 • With friends

The view of the city is amazing. It is worth climbing inside the Casemates, cool moves, views and history in general. They are a labyrinth of galleries and underground corridors with a total length of 23 km, carved by the Spaniards under the ledge of the Bok rock in 1644. Once on this rock there was a castle around which Luxembourg arose, but it was destroyed in the 19th century under the Treaty of London and the casemates are all that remains of it.

Published September 26, 2018

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Vladimir D

Gatchina, Russia366 publications

Casemates of the fortress

July 2018 • Family vacation

Casemates of the fortress are located in the wall and underground. Many old houses have exits to casemates, where residents hid even during the Second World War. Unfortunately, a persistent toilet smell is the place to be.

Published August 21, 2018

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Odessa, Ukraine145 publications

Beautiful view

March 2018 • For two

Wonderful view of lower Luxembourg. Check when the catacombs open, otherwise you risk being left without vivid impressions.

Posted March 17, 2018

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Alexander S

Moscow, Russia954 publications

City in the rocks

2017 • Traveling alone

Couldn’t get inside, but took a lot of pictures outside. The place is interesting, a lot of multi-level passages, labyrinths, etc. I saw people come out into the light at different levels of rocks

Published September 9, 2017

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Moscow, Russia24 Publications

At first it was boring

June 2017 • For two

Since Luxembourg does not have many attractions, we decided to go. At first it was boring, but then we went down to the lower level, and then the adventure began. We were very happy when we found a way out. Not bad. It will take no more than an hour. Go if you have time and desire

Published July 5, 2017

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Olga L

Ekaterinburg, Russia9 publications


June 2017 • For two

Perhaps the most powerful impression of a trip to Luxembourg. During the tour several times there was a feeling that we would not find a way out. Highly recommend to visit.

Published June 16, 2017

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Alarming systems: The Best Smart Home Security Systems for 2023

Опубликовано: September 29, 2020 в 4:36 pm


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March 28, 2023

With Vivint home security, your imagination sets the limits. Vivint security systems offer killer customization, high-end smart home integrations, and professional installation.

Vivint can come at a high price, but impressive new security cameras and one app for everything are just two reasons that Vivint’s smarter home security systems are worth the price of admission. We believe in this brand so much that it’s our number one pick for best security system.


Total customization

Pro install, maintenance, repairs

Month-to-month contract option

$0 down with consumer financing

Quality equipment, advanced security features


Higher overall costs

Lingering customer service woes

Limited third-party smart home integration

Here’s everything you need to know about Vivint home security

  • Compare Vivint monitoring plan costs

  • Are Vivint security systems right for you?

  • Vivint pricing and contracts

  • Vivint equipment and fees

  • How to install Vivint

  • Vivint customer service and support

  • FAQ

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Compare Vivint monitoring plan costs

All of Vivint’s professional monitoring plans come with a $49 installation fee and the option to get started for $0 down with third-party consumer financing. The contract length for all plans is 42 to 60 months, or if you pay up front, there’s no contract at all. You can learn more in our Vivint costs guide and Vivint cancellation guide.



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Smart Security Monitoring $29.99 Vivint app View Packages
Smart Home Monitoring $39.99 Vivint app
Voice commands
Smart thermostat
Smart lighting
Smart door lock
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Smart Home Video Monitoring Starts at $44. 99 All Smart Home plan features plus:
Smart Deter
Package protection
Live video streaming
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New owners

In December 2022, NRG Energy announced its plan to buy Vivint Smart Home. The deal should be finalized in early 2023.

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Best overall $29.99/mo. $599.00 No *

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Budget pick $17. 99/mo. $245.00 No

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Most experienced $28.99/mo. $0.00 Yes

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Best customer experience $17.99/mo. Quote required No

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Vivint pricing and contracts

Vivint offers a few payment options. You can choose Vivint Flex Pay and finance the cost of equipment (which will be on top of your monthly monitoring fee), or you can pay for your equipment up front and pick up monitoring on a month-to-month basis. If you go the contract route, you’re looking at a commitment of 42 or 60 months. (That’s five years!)

But Vivint recently told us that you can put $0 down when you choose to finance so that long-term contract might be worth it for little to nothing due up front. (We’ve got the scoop on how to get out of your Vivint contract too.)

Shopping in Canada?

Vivint’s Canada pricing is the same as its US pricing, and it’s always in USD. The only difference is financing: Canadian customers must finance systems for only 12 months rather than 60.

If you pick the no-contract option, the up-front equipment cost can run you upwards of $1,000 to outfit your home with the basics. That’s a lot of sticker shock, especially when you look at DIY security companies like SimpliSafe that offer basic equipment packages starting under $300.

You can learn more in our Canadian Security Systems guide.

Vivint equipment and fees

We’ve said it before (and now we’re going to say it again!)—but you won’t find a security system with more smarts than Vivint. From security cameras and smart thermostats to automatic door locks, Vivint has a variety of home automation devices to choose from.

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Vivint tech lineup

  • Vivint Doorbell Camera Pro (2nd gen): $249.99
  • Vivint Outdoor Camera Pro (2nd gen): $299.99
  • Vivint Indoor Camera: $199.99
  • Vivint Indoor Camera Pro: $199.99
  • Vivint Spotlight Pro: $249.99
  • Vivint Car Guard: $199.00
  • Key fob: $34.99
  • Door/window sensor: $50.00
  • Tilt sensor: $34.99
  • Glass break detector: $100.00
  • Motion sensor: $100.00
  • Recessed door sensor: $34.99
  • Medical alert pendant: $34.99
  • Smart Drive: $249.99
  • Carbon monoxide detector: $100.00
  • Flood sensor: $69.99
  • Freeze sensor: $69.99
  • Smoke detector: $100.00
  • Kwikset smart door locks: Starting at $151.90
  • Garage door controller: $99.00
  • Smart home appliance control module: $49. 99
  • Lamp module: $50.00
  • Element Thermostat: $169.99
  • Nest L Thermostat: $249.99
  • Nest E Thermostat: $169.99

You can learn more about all the devices offered by Vivint in our Vivint equipment guide.

Vivint smart home keeps households connected

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For busy families, Vivint’s smart home capabilities can do everything from increasing face time after school (thanks to Vivint’s interactive smart cameras) to cutting down on wasted electricity with a smart thermostat. These can be programmed to routines or adjusted remotely via the Vivint app.

No matter how busy you are, Vivint smart home technology helps you manage (and protect) your home from anywhere and at any time. Because Vivint Home Security has integrated smart home with home security, all the different pieces work together with your existing security system—without having to buy different devices from a multitude of companies (and crossing your fingers that they’ll work together).

Here’s a rundown of the smart home perks that make Vivint stand out in the field of home security and home automation.

  • Watch and listen from anywhere. All of Vivint’s smart security cameras use motion detection, two-way communication, night vision, and instant alerts to keep you in the know both inside and outside your home. Plus, the new Smart Deter feature catches “lurkers” in the act and shoos them away with sound and light.
  • Keep things locked up tight. With smart locks, you can control access to your home even if you’re across town (or at the beach). Whether you have kids coming home after school or need to let in the pet sitter, you can skip making copies of keys thanks to easy keyless entry. Vivint smart locks are Kwikset locks. Learn more in our Kwikset smart lock review.
  • Save money and cut down on waste. Vivint’s smart thermostat can help you save money every month. The Element Thermostat learns your habits and adapts to your needs. If you usually turn up the heat before settling in to binge on your latest Netflix obsession, this thermostat might click on before you can grab a blankie.
  • Put a lid on oven fires (or any fires). Vivint’s smart smoke alarm comes with a built-in transmitter that instantly connects you to the Vivint monitoring center when triggered, but the best part is that the Vivint smoke detector can actually shut down airflow to choke out flames while help is on the way. 
  • Never leave the garage door open again. Vivint’s Garage Door Controller lets you know if you drove away without putting the door down—and you don’t have to turn around to go home and close it. You can use remote control to close the garage door from the gym, the grocery store, or your office.

Privacy concerns?

If you’re worried about video footage being uploaded to the cloud, Vivint has you covered. We asked them how they protect customers’ privacy.

Vivint doesn’t track data from customer’s video footage. Video footage is encrypted from the Vivint Smart Hub all the way to the cloud and back. Only customers can decide who is allowed to access their Vivint system, including their video feeds.

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Vivint smart home compatibility

Surprisingly, Vivint Home Security has limited compatibility with third-party brands, but they make up for it with their full suite of proprietary smart home products.

The downside is if you’ve already started down the smart home path you might be disappointed to find out you need to buy duplicate items because the Vivint system isn’t compatible with what you’ve already got.

On a broad scale, Vivint is currently compatible with only Google Nest and Amazon Echo.

Learn more by checking out our Vivint compatibility page. 

Smart home feature Vivint equipment Third-party compatibility
Voice control N/A Amazon Alexa, Google Home
Climate control Vivint Smart Thermostat Amazon Alexa, Google Home
Lighting control Lamp Module Z-Wave devices
Smart home hub Smart Home Panel Amazon Alexa, Google Home, Nest
Smart lock Vivint Smart Locks, Vivint Doorbell Camera Pro Amazon Alexa, Google Home

Vivint Smart Hub: Vivint smart home system

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For years, Vivint was a standout with its innovative Vivint SkyControl Panel that was the first to offer built-in two-way voice communication. And now Vivint is making smart home and security history again with its Smart Hub that acts as a smart home hub and can support up to six security cameras.

The most impressive part is that Vivint has solved the problem of multiple cameras bogging down your home Wi-Fi connection. Because security cameras use Wi-Fi to stream live security video, the more cameras you have, the slower your Wi-Fi gets.

But the Vivint Smart Hub has home video technology that lets you set up all the cameras you need to keep an eye on your home without eating up all your bandwidth.

Vivint mobile app

The Vivint Smart Home app is an easy way to keep tabs on your home 24/7 no matter where you are. You can check the live video feed from your home’s security cameras or remotely control alarm system from your phone.

The app is comparable to the navigation you’ll find on the control panel, which makes flip-flopping between the two a bit easier. Plus, Vivint told us they have a whole team dedicated to keeping its app user-friendly, easy to use, and packed with features that boost both your home’s security and its smart home automation.

Of all the home security apps we’ve reviewed, Vivint’s is our favorite. See how it stacks up in our full review of home security phone apps and check out our review of the Vivint app.

Water safety feature

Vivint has a handy feature for the Vivint Outdoor Camera Pro that aims to make your backyard safer. It lets you create an additional detection zone around your pool using the Vivint app. When someone enters the detection area, the camera will automatically record a clip and send a notification to your phone.

How to install Vivint

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Professional installation is your only choice with Vivint Smart Home. But we think that’s a good thing, especially when you’re dealing with this level of home security technology and smart home integration.

We like that you get to see exactly what’s happening. Plus, the added perk of a personal training session on how to operate your new Vivint home security system is a valuable bonus.


The biggest downside of pro installation is the time commitment—and if you work full time, that could mean using up precious PTO hours. Vivint doesn’t have the best track record for quick installs, either.

Depending on where you live, you could wait up to a week to get your Vivint system installed. That’s a long time for people who are eager to have their home and property protected after a break-in or buying a new house.

Installation costs

Vivint’s installation fees used to run from $99 up to $199. But Vivint changed its installation pricing to a flat $49 fee no matter which monitoring plan you choose or the amount of equipment installed. We’re not sure if this is a permanent change, so be sure to verify your installation costs when you schedule your installation appointment.

Vivint’s in-home security consultation

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As part of its top-tier offerings, Vivint Home Security is one of just a few companies that provides a complementary security consultation. A Vivint security technician conducts an assessment that identifies security risks and offers solutions.

The consultation ensures you have all the equipment you need to protect your home. And it makes sure that equipment (like window, door, and motion sensors) is installed in the right location to maximize your home’s security.

The assessment takes place in tandem with your professional installation. The plus side is that you can add equipment you overlooked or eliminate extras you don’t really need. But the biggest drawback is that this opportunity for positive customer interaction can come across as salesy, which makes it hard for some customers to trust the recommendations.

I rent an apartment. Should I still consider a home security system?

If you live in an apartment, you may wonder if you really need a security system. We’ve answered your questions in our security guide for renters.

Vivint customer service and support

This used to be one of Vivint’s weaker points. The company got off to a bumpy start when it first hit the home security scene, but it’s made big strides in this area over the past few years.

Vivint told us that customer feedback is a top priority for Vivint support and the company works hard to implement recommended changes. Those efforts seem to be paying off. Vivint has received many accolades and higher ratings from both home security system review third-party sources and Vivint customers.

  • Trustpilot rating: 4.0 stars out of 5; Great
  • Vivint Smart Home app on Google Play: 4.0 stars out of 5
  • Vivint Smart Home app on Apple App Store: 4.6 stars out of 5

You can learn more in our Vivint customer service guide.

*Ratings as of February 27, 2023

Are Vivint security systems right for you?

When we call Vivint a high-end, full-service home security system, we’re not kidding around. Here’s a quick look at what you’ll get from a Vivint home security system:

  • 24/7 professional alarm monitoring
  • Professional installation
  • Total customization to fit your home
  • Personal introduction to the system and the Vivint app
  • Vivint smart home app to control everything
  • Smart security cameras, including a doorbell camera, with advanced safety features
  • Professional security system maintenance and repairs
  • Lifetime equipment warranty
  • Multiple contract options

Even though Vivint systems have made big improvements to its customer policies, including a $0 down financing option and the chance to go contract-free with an outright equipment purchase, it’s still a pricier security system.

To take full advantage of Vivint home security systems’ advanced tech and high-end security features, you’ll pay upwards of $40 a month, compared to the average $31 monthly pro monitoring cost among the security systems we’ve tested and reviewed.

That said, we think this is a case of “you get what you pay for”—and with Vivint smart home security, you get a whole lot of security innovation and quality service for your monthly fee.

If you’ve got room in your security budget and want the reassurance that comes with professional installation and cutting-edge home security equipment, Vivint should top your list.

A home security system is a good investment

Vivint found that homes with full surveillance systems cost an average of $363 more per square foot versus those without any security features. So if you’re thinking of resell value, adding a security system to your home is a good idea.

Vivint’s going to cost you more overall. But you get what you pay for, and Vivint is one of the only home security companies that’s constantly innovating and adding new bells and whistles to its equipment and app offerings.

Instead of delivering the same white-label equipment and cookie-cutter app that many other companies do, Vivint made its own—a big reason why the company’s higher prices are worth it.

And the addition of a no-contract option for professional monitoring shows that Vivint’s listening—and responding—to the demands of home security customers, unlike some of its competitors. 

Learn more about how Vivint compares to the competition in our head-to-head reviews:

  • SimpliSafe vs. Vivint
  • Vivint vs. Ring Alarm
  • Frontpoint vs. Vivint
  • ADT vs. Vivint

Final word

Vivint is a best home security system top pick because it lets you take the wheel when it comes to putting together the right security system for your needs. Everything is 100% customizable, and you won’t find a smarter home security solution. But Vivint’s high-end equipment comes at a price and requires the expertise of professional installers.

Thankfully, the company has brought its monthly monitoring fees in line with industry standards, so you’re not going to pay much more for 24/7 protection from Vivint. Even so, DIYers and budget-constrained folks may want to look elsewhere for the right home security solution.

Need more help? Here’s how to choose a new security system.

Vivint FAQ

Yes, Vivint is available in Canada. In fact, Vivint has a corporate location in Lethbridge, Alberta.

Vivint security equipment, hardware, and service are the same in Canada and the US.

We spoke with Vivint to confirm. They told us the only difference is in financing: Canadian customers work with Vivint directly instead of a third-party lender, and their financing contracts are limited to just 12 months.

No, it doesn’t. To find out more about Vivint fees, visit our page devoted to FAQs about Vivint.

No—unlike many of its competitors, Vivint does not have a money-back guarantee. 

Yes, they were named the TMA Monitoring Center of the Year for 2021.

Yes. Vivint uses a cellular connection, so it will still work if your Wi-Fi is down. You won’t be able to check the system or camera footage using the Vivint app until the Wi-Fi is up and running again, though.

Vivint and ADT are our two luxury, full-service home security brands. Here’s a snapshot of how they stack up.


    • Pro installation
    • In-home security consultation
    • Long-term contracts
    • Extensive smart home integration
    • Higher prices


    • No-contract option with Vivint
    • 140+ years of ADT experience
    • ADT has more monitoring centers
    • Innovative proprietary equipment with Vivint

We can help you dig deeper into how Vivint compares to other top security brands—we already pitted them against one another:

    • ADT vs. Vivint Security
    • Frontpoint vs. Vivint Security
    • SimpliSafe vs. Vivint
    • Vivint vs. Ring

We’ve gather some guides to help you with any additional questions you may have about security systems:

  • What Is a Security System and How Does it Work?
  • What Organization Regulates Home Security Companies?
  • If the Power Goes Out, Does My Security System Still Work?
  • How Does the Police Response Work?
  • Can I Control My Home Security from My Phone?
  • Do Home Security Systems Work with VoIP?
  • What Is Home Automation and How Does It Work?
  • How Often Should My Alarm System Be Tested?
  • How Can I Avoid Setting False Alarms?
  • Will My Pet Trigger a False Alarm on My Home Security System?
  • What Happens to My Alarm Monitoring If My Phone Line Is Cut?
  • How Long Does It Take for My Security System to Notify My Provider of an Intrusion?

How we reviewed Vivint

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For our Vivint Home Security review, we got our hands on Vivint equipment, went through demos with Vivint technical experts, visited Vivint’s headquarters for a behind-the-scenes look at how Vivint tech is developed, and participated in multiple interviews with Vivint representatives.  

We didn’t just test our Vivint security system once, though. Our Vivint system is undergoing long-term testing in a real home.

For this Vivint security review, we also dove into dozens of expert reviews and hundreds of customer reviews. Some of the top points of comparison we used to evaluate Vivint are listed below.

  • Overall value
  • Equipment and monitoring costs
  • Smart home features and compatibility
  • Mobile app control and functions
  • Customer service
  • Company reputation

Learn more about how we rate and rank home security services in our full methodology.

Related articles on SafeWise

  • Vivint FAQ
  • Alternatives to Vivint
  • ADT Security vs. Vivint Smart Home
  • Best DIY Home Security Systems


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Best Home Security System of 2023

In this article:

  • What is the best home security system?
  • Best home security systems of 2023
  • How we test security systems for home
  • How to choose a security system
  • Home security system FAQs

What is the best home security system?

If you have the money to spend, a professional home security system is the best route. Due to its affordable service, no-contract options and compatibility with dozens of third-party smart home gadgets from smart locks to smart thermostats, our top-rated, professionally installed home security system is currently Comcast Xfinity Home. For those looking to spend less and are happy to set it up themselves, DIY is the clear choice. Our top-rated pick for DIY home security system is Ring Alarm Pro, not only due to its reliable security performance but all of the bells and whistles that most other DIY systems don’t have, including backup Wi-Fi in case of power outages, Alexa Guard Plus integration and the option for local storage and processing.

Whether you go the DIY home security route or opt for a professionally installed setup, choosing the right security system for your home is a big decision. Once you start your research, you’ll realize there’s no shortage of options ranging from highly customizable DIY systems available from brands like Ring, SimpliSafe and Wyze to low-hassle, professional monitoring services from ADT, Vivint and others.  

More competition in the home security market brings new advances, features and compatibilities with internet-connected gadgets like indoor and outdoor cameras, video doorbells and smart locks. It also brings new vulnerabilities, including an increased risk of hacking. It’s a lot to take in, and today’s home security providers don’t always make it easy to comparison-shop.

That’s where we come in. We’ve put security systems to the test, from top-of-the-line monitored systems with professional installation to wallet-friendly DIY home security system alternatives, including a home security camera (or cameras) and smart home devices monitored via a smartphone app. We’ll be updating this article as we go based on hands-on experience so you can be sure you’re investing in top home security systems.

Best home security systems of 2023

Other home security systems we’ve tested

Besides the systems above, we’ve tested many of the top competitors, including Abode, Abode Iota, Frontpoint, Kangaroo, Ring Alarm, Cove and ADT. Abode and Abode’s all-in-one security camera Iota were both solid contenders that couldn’t quite match SimpliSafe’s price, but they’re worth checking out if you’re interested in DIY smart home systems for small spaces or systems that don’t require monitoring subscriptions. Ring Alarm is another solid DIY option, but the company’s problems with police partnerships tip us away from recommending it — especially when a company like Wyze offers such a strong, budget-friendly alternative.

DIY systems Frontpoint, Cove and Kangaroo all had features to recommend them. Frontpoint’s system is reliable and its hardware is reasonably priced, but its $45 monthly monitoring fee is too expensive. Kangaroo, by contrast, is incredibly wallet-friendly but its doorbell camera is terrible, so Wyze keeps its edge in the budget category too. Cove Home Security, despite reasonable hardware prices, fell to an overly restrictive subscription model that doesn’t allow for self-monitoring or app access without significant monthly fees.

ADT, one of the biggest brands we’ve tested, was broadly disappointing. It’s too expensive, requires a contract and the app is clunky. We’ve tested AT&T Digital Life, too, though we’ve removed the system from consideration since the company stopped installing it for new customers.

We have yet to test Brinks Home, though we hope to include it in our considerations in the coming months.

How we test home security systems

Hands-on testing is core to our evaluations of any home security products. In short, when it comes to the best home security systems, we pay special attention to the user experience, the promised features, reliability and overall value — along with a few other elements. We do the testing in a real home environment over the course of at least a full week. If you want to read more about our review process, check out our in-depth article on how we test home security systems and services.

Home security systems compared

Comcast Xfinity Ring Alarm Pro SimpliSafe (8-piece set) Vivint Smart Home Wyze Home Monitoring
System price $360 $300 $240 $500 $100
Monthly monitoring price $30 $20 $18-$28 $30-$45 $10
Starter equipment Touchscreen controller, three door-window sensors, pet-friendly motion sensor, battery and cellular system backup, Xfinity Home Security yard sign Eero Wi-Fi 6 mesh router, door-window sensors, motion detectors, a keypad, a siren and optional professional monitoring subscriptions Base station, keypad, motion sensor, four entry sensors, one panic button Hub, two door window sensors, a motion detector, a flood sensor v3 camera, two door/window sensors, a motion detector, a keypad and the Sense Hub
Contract required? No No No No No
Setup Professional installation DIY installation DIY installation Professional installation DIY installation
Extra features Integration with a large and growing list of third-party devices, flexible pricing Cellular-powered backup Wi-Fi, network security monitoring, local processing, storage for all of your Ring devices and integration with Alexa’s Guard Plus service Customizable system, built-in Wi-Fi and cellular, integration with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant Customizable system, integration with many third-party devices, integration with Amazon Alexa, Google Home and Z-Wave devices Customizable system, integration with many third-party devices, integration with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant
Review score 8 9 8. 5 7.7 8.4

What to consider when choosing a home security system

When choosing a home security system for your home, you may be tempted to start with deciding between a DIY setup or one that is professionally installed and monitored. However, when you consider the equipment, installation, monitoring options and other features you want, you’ll probably reach a DIY-versus-pro system decision along the way. Here’s some more parameters to consider when shopping around for home security systems:

Equipment and installation

Do you just need to keep watch over your entryways? A good video doorbell for your front door and an outdoor camera covering the back may be all you need — easy to install and monitor yourself. However, if you want to keep closer tabs on your home inside and out with 24/7 monitoring and quick access to emergency response services, you’ll want a more robust system. DIY and professional brands offer home security bundles with most, if not all, of the equipment you’d need to get started and the ability to add single devices as needed.

SimpliSafe home security systems can be easily tailored to your needs. Just simply add or subtract hardware and equipment as you please. 


Most home security devices are compatible with Alexa and Google Home smart hubs, but if you prefer Apple HomeKit or another smart home ecosystem, you may have to do a bit more shopping and comparing to find a system compatible with your existing smart home devices. Don’t fret over compatibility too much, however, as Matter will make it easier to connect previously noncompatible devices.

Keep in mind all that equipment will need to be installed. While there isn’t much to installing a security camera or even a wired video doorbell, whole-home systems can be a bit more demanding to install and set up. If you’d rather leave that to an expert, and have them walk you through how to use the system, a professional home security service may be the way to go.

Monitoring, alerts and emergency features

Arlo’s app is simple and intuitive to use.

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Virtually all home security systems allow for self-monitoring, likely via an app on your phone. They’ll also send you push notifications when there’s an event, such as when a package is delivered to your doorstep. 

Consider whether you want to be in charge of all the monitoring or if you’d like some support. A professional system will come with 24/7 monitoring, but you may be able to add professional monitoring to your DIY system for a fee, depending on the brand you choose.

More advanced features, such as facial recognition, broken glass detection and communication with emergency services may not be available from all manufacturers and devices. Consider the level of monitoring you want, and who you want to do it, along with the emergency response options, when choosing a home security system.

Costs, upfront and ongoing

I listed “cost” last here for a reason. A complete home security system will likely cost you at least a couple of hundred bucks, so be prepared for that. There’s the potential to spend lots more on equipment, of course, or a lot less — maybe a $35 security camera will satisfy your security needs. 

Still, the upfront cost of a home security system is roughly the same from one brand to the next, so don’t let cost be the deciding factor. Find a system that has the equipment, installation options, monitoring and features you want first, then compare pricing.

That said, ongoing costs can carry a bit more weight when choosing the best security system. Expect ongoing monthly fees from a professional service and possibly a contract to lock you into those fees for a year or two. While not ideal, signing a contract may come with free equipment or installation and lower upfront costs.

If you’re comfortable with self-monitoring, DIY systems may not come with any ongoing costs. Monthly subscriptions (without a contract) for cloud storage, enhanced features and possibly even professional monitoring are typically an option with DIY systems, often for lower monthly fees than professional services.

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Security alarm systems. Types and equipment. Features

Security systems, video surveillance and alarms are increasingly used in our lives. Security alarm systems are used to detect the penetration of unauthorized persons to the object of protection and create a special alert. The alarm can notify by sound or light. Sound alerts are generated by various bells, sirens and other devices. Light alerts are given by LED assemblies, signal lamps.

The purpose and type of the alarm system depends on the type of sensors installed in the security system. The sensors can respond to the following actions:

  • Water intrusion.
  • Change in temperature.
  • Presence of vibration, sound or smoke.
  • Appearance of a moving object.
  • Opening windows and doors.

All types of sensors have the same task: to send a signal to the control unit about the detection of any changes in the monitored area.

Wired and wireless

In addition to the type of events, burglar alarm systems differ in signal transmission method: wired and wireless. In wired security systems, the sensors and the control unit are connected to each other by a cable through which the signal is received. The advantage of such systems is the low cost of equipment. The disadvantage is the laborious wiring.

In wireless security systems, the control unit and the sensor are connected to each other by radio signals. Installation of such a system is simple, since there is no need for wiring a complex network of wires. However, the cost of wireless equipment is higher compared to a wired system.

Centralized and autonomous

According to the method of responding to information from sensors, security systems are divided into centralized, which are connected to a central monitoring point, and autonomous, which are ordinary “chants”.

Autonomous Intrusion Alarm Systems When a sensor event occurs, the siren is turned on, which attracts the attention of other people. These systems are very simple and have a low cost, so they are widely used. But autonomous systems do not have great efficiency. Experienced robbers can easily turn off these beeps and quickly do their job. However, in a fire, the efficiency of autonomous systems can be at its best. The temperature sensor will react to the high temperature and turn on a loud siren, which will attract the attention of people to call the fire department.

Centralized alarm systems are more reliable, as they transmit a signal to the dispatcher, who will quickly send security guards to the place of penetration of unauthorized persons. When a video surveillance system is installed at an object, the owner of the object or the dispatcher can visually observe what is happening at the object. Centralized systems have an increased cost, and you will also have to pay a monthly fee.

Alarm systems with auto redial

If there is no observation point in the required area, or if the payment for security is expensive, you can install a security system with automatic dialing. The principle of its operation is that the alarm signal is sent to a fixed cell phone number.

You can send a message via SMS, or to a landline phone. The advantage of systems with automatic dialing is the availability of remote control functions, as well as audio control.

Automatic alarm systems

There are several automatic processes in any security system. This can be detecting intrusion attempts, creating an alarm notification, etc. But there are systems with fully automatic operation, which are even called an intelligent security system.

There are also functions to automatically check the health of the security system. The sensors are self-testing and the data is transmitted digitally. Such systems operate at the hardware-software level.

The software component makes it possible to perform the following intelligent functions:
  • Possibility of embedding the alarm in other systems.
  • Separation of operator access rights to the system.
  • Automatic control of the system according to a certain algorithm or incident.

Many modern alarm sensors use algorithms in their work that make it possible to analyze the totality of factors acting on the detector. This reduces the number of false alarms while increasing its effectiveness and reliability.

Alarm circuit

Consider a typical burglar alarm circuit. It is the middle between the principle and structural diagram. Connection of certain devices and detectors is carried out according to the scheme specified in the technical documentation. But the general rules for organizing the scheme remain standard. The classical principle of constructing an alarm circuit for the protection of an apartment, house or cottage is shown below.

The first line of signaling blocks the windows and doors of emergency exits with sensors with different operating principles: for opening – magnetic contact, for glass breaking – acoustic. If necessary, vibration sensors can be connected to detect wall breaks.

The 2nd line of the security system consists of electronic optical devices of beam, surface and volumetric principles of operation. Together with them, you can install ultrasonic and radio wave annunciators.

The entrance door is connected to the security system separately, because to prevent the alarm from triggering when the object is opened and closed, the response time is delayed. If arming or disarming is performed from the outside of the building with special keys (7), then the front door can be connected to the perimeter scheme of the protected object.

For the protection of a small object, the considered option is quite suitable. But for a separate house with a large number of windows and rooms, it is better to divide each security loop into several.

This is due to the simple search for damage and convenient localization of the penetration site.

Alarm equipment

  • Detectors.
  • Reception and control devices.
  • Power supplies.
  • Annunciators.
  • Announcement transmission system.

The alarm detectors are used to detect intrusion on the security object. This equipment has differences in the principle of operation, the ability to solve issues of monitoring the interior of the premises, purpose, etc.

An important component of the equipment is control devices that process the data received from the detectors. They control other alarm devices.

Power supplies have two main tasks:
  1. In the absence of voltage, they are a backup power source.
  2. Supply power to the system equipment from the 220 V network. They are light, acoustic and combined. Light blocks can immediately issue the status of many loops, sound blocks transmit complex voice messages, they are more suitable for fire systems.

    Announcement transmission systems are used for security with a control panel. Autonomous systems do not require such SPIs. The type of equipment is determined by the security company. Notifications are transmitted wirelessly or by wire. GSM communication systems and radio channels are used more and more often.

    Installation of equipment

    The main regulatory document that determines the installation and installation of security alarms is the regulatory act RD 78. 145 – 93 for private security. If the alarm is not armed on the remote control, then this act can not be used. But this document defines the completeness and reliability of the protection of vulnerabilities, it will always be useful.

    The security equipment data sheet should always include general installation and installation recommendations. As an auxiliary source of information, documents for a device or detector can be very useful. For the connection diagram, deviations from the connection option required by the manufacturer must not be allowed.

    Security system alarm requirements

    Reliability is the main requirement.

    It is achieved by a set of technical measures:

    • The highest fault tolerance of the system.
    • Correct selection of technical equipment.
    • Complete identification of penetration vulnerabilities.

    The fault tolerance of the alarm system determines the increased requirements for the period of time between failures of the system elements. The quality of the installation plays an important role. Contact connections are the weak points of circuits, they gradually degrade the quality of the contact. Therefore, high-quality maintenance is a prerequisite for the correct operation of the security system.

    The right choice of equipment determines the choice of the most suitable devices that correspond in terms of parameters to the tasks that are solved by the security system. Most often, reliability is increased by the simultaneous use of detectors with different operating principles, as well as combined sensors.

    Determination of penetration points should be decided at the design stage of the security system. An important role in this is played by the experience of designers and knowledge of regulations. Each separate object of protection has its own characteristics.

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    Keeping anyone out who is not allowed in is the job of any security system. When your property is threatened, you need to be absolutely sure that the security system will do its job. Bosch provides the most flexible and reliable intrusion protection products. From detectors that make the right decision every time, to efficient systems that can be flexibly configured to meet your unique requirements, Bosch can help you protect your property, your assets and, most importantly, your people. We will take care of your peace of mind. Whatever happens, you are protected.

    We can support your business with application advice and dedicated technical support. Our global network of integration and product specialists is ready to answer your questions. For example, in situations where you need advice on integrating different systems or what components to choose and what is the most cost effective solution for your project.

    In addition, we offer extensive training opportunities at the Bosch Building Technologies Academy to help you become a specialist on your own.

    If you would like more information or how we can help you with your security alarm needs, please contact our sales representatives.

    What is important to consider when choosing a burglar alarm?

    In addition, an intruder alarm system must be reliable, quickly detect intruders and not generate false alarms. In addition, it must support control from central station receivers, be user-friendly, and allow integration with other systems.

    What types of burglar alarm solutions does Bosch offer?

    We offer a wide range of burglar alarm solutions from control panels, motion detectors, sensors, wireless devices to alarm transmission. You can choose solutions for intruder alarm systems in our online product catalog .

    Why are Bosch motion detectors so resistant to false alarms?

    Our detectors offer best-in-class false alarm immunity through a combination of quality optics, advanced proprietary signal processing, state-of-the-art mechanical designs including sealed optical chambers, and rugged components.

    Can arming and disarming of Bosch intrusion systems be controlled via a mobile app?

    Yes, we have several systems where arming and disarming can be controlled via a mobile app.

    How scalable are Bosch intrusion alarm systems? Is it easy to add additional hardware if necessary?

    Our intrusion alarm systems are highly scalable. At any time, you can simply add additional equipment, such as input and output expanders, communication modules, wireless sensors, keypads and readers.

    Where can I buy Bosch intruder alarm systems?

    Our security alarm products are available from specialized dealers and distributors or directly from our company for orders over a certain amount. You can find the addresses of our dealers using the Bosch Dealer Finder.

    How long will my alarm system be guaranteed?

    Most Bosch Security and Safety products carry a manufacturer’s warranty of at least 3 years, and some motion detectors 8 years.

    Does an installer need to be trained to install Bosch intrusion alarm systems?

    This is not required, but we strongly recommend that you attend our free online training courses offered by the Bosch Academy. Our trainings are aimed at helping you to implement even very complex projects faster, without problems and without extra costs. In addition, we offer more in-depth face-to-face training.

    What if I have problems setting up my Bosch alarm system?

    If you purchased your system from a specialized distributor, contact their support team.

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