Saturday, September 5, 2020

Kangaroo Back To School Gift Guide 2020

With all the chaos in the world recently you might be wondering ways to protect your home from break-ins. I know I want to go out and not worry if everything I own has been stolen or if I am on vacation worry my apartment is broken in to and my belongings be gone. I want to enjoy myself and let loose and have fun from my everyday stressors. Kangaroo Siren + Keypad is an extra-secure accessory, the Siren is used with our sensors to provide an audible household alarm when one is triggered. The LED-backlit Keypad and included Roo Tags allow for convenient guest access and one-tap arming or disarming. There Siren can also hear Smoke/CO alarms and send a notification to your phone. It uses a microphone to do so, which can only pick up frequencies between 3,000-4,000 hz.  Any sound below that range, like a person talking, cannot be heard.

Doorbell Camera + Chime meets the most affordable and easiest-to-use doorbell in smart home security. Doorbell Camera connects to your phone, where you'll receive motion and ring alerts plus photo-motion recordings of activity. Doorbell Camera runs on three AA batteries (included) that power the device for a full year with standard usage. Plus there's no hard-wiring - either peel-and-stick or screw in the backplate and you're ready to go. Doorbell Camera also comes with a Chime so you get notifications on your phone and in your home. Add Porch Protection Plan and you'll be reimbursed for stolen packages and increase your cloud storage to 365 days!

You just download the app and you are alerted to any activity in your home rather you are there or not. You get the basic plan free but can add extra security with a monthly plan as well.
My Opinion: I like how easy it was to install the Doorbell Camera and the affordability of it as well. I have neighbors that walk by my door half the night and this night camera feature tells me exactly who is walking by. Siren + Keypad is also easy to install and using I also like the smoke/co-option as where I live my heating system using propane but not sure if ventilated enough so knowing if I get co poisoning is helpful.

Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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