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  1. jstvj

    jstvj Read Only Funster

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    Thought some of you might be interested in these emails. What do you think ?

    Hi,

    Sleeptight are proud to announce the launch of their brand new Alarm sytem.
    No more drilling into your vehicle and the alarm is totally portable. This allows you to take it with you to your next van, boat, horse box, or caravan. Many accessories are available and can be added at later dates.
    Also available is a remote buzzer which sounds up to 1km away from the vehicle. This can be carried into service stations, shops etc giving total peace of mind at all times.

    From only £299

    For more information please go to the website www.sleeptightuk.com or e-mail us with your queries.

    Les Mullis
    Managing Director
    les@sleeptightuk.com
    0151-2204201
    My reply:-

    Hello

    How many sensors and lights are supplied with the system and where are they to be placed. I have a fifth wheeler which I assume is just a suitable as a motorhome?. Is there any other information please ? How much is the remote please ?

    Thanks John

    And theirs to me:-

    Hi,

    You get four sensors and four lights witht the system. The sensors can be
    placed inside the van against the outside wall under a chair or behind a
    seat. The sensing distance is four meters and it spans out at a 180 degree
    angle. I would either put two on one side, the side with your door, and one
    on the other and one on the front. But without seeing the van, its a bit
    hard to say. As for the lights, they come with brackets which allow you to
    put them under the van or basically anywhere you want them.
    Additional sensors can be purchased at £60 each
    The remote buzzer is £60

    I hope this information helps and I look forward to hearing from you again

    Les Mullis


    All the best to everyone and my best regards to VWALLEN, who was very helpful to me awhile ago. Thanks very much

    John



     
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    hi john . hows the 5er going. did you get your sixty quid back some have had theirs ?out at caradin camping later in week for a bongo bash. have fun ,we will cheers alan.
     
  4. jstvj

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    Hi Alan
    Been too busy to use the 5er this Summer, but am still serious about full timing when the biig sixty five hits me in Jan. I got my big Yanky Chevy and am still looking for someone to do a LPG conversion at at reasonabl price in Devon/Cornwall. No have not had the speeding fine returned yet but have been promised. You didn't send me your email, so everyone could thank you.

    To Scotsjim, I do recall your original thread and at that time I thought the system was very good but too expensive. That is why I wondered if anyone would be interested in the scaled down version.

    Have a good weekend Alan

    Best Wishes

    John
     

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