Sandbox has launched a wireless home security system that sends users alerts by TEXT to their smartphone or tablet if their is a disturbance at their home.
The U.S. based security firms package includes motion sensors, a doorbell with hidden camera and two HD cameras for the home.
Most anti-intruder packages for homes include lengthy contracts for up to £5 years but Sandbox’s device is available off the shelf with a one-time payment of just £315.
Whenever motion or intrusion is sensed by SandboxHome, customers instantly receive text, sound, photo and video alerts on their smartphones, tablets, or computers.
Small wireless intrusion sensors guard the home’s doors and windows. While wireless HD security cameras can be easily set up in any room, and moved at will.
And SandboxHome’s signature wireless smart doorbell allows users to hear the chime, see and interact with whoever is at the door.
Users have instant access to camera and smart doorbell video, audio and sensor data from anywhere in the world using SandboxHome’s iOS, Android and Windows apps.
It includes a plethora of smart features including the ability for users to set up motion thresholds so their sensors don’tgo off whenever a pet moves across the room. SandboxHome is configurable to a family’s unique requirements. It includes tools for users to store motion-activated video and sound clips on their computers or cloud storage accounts.
Sandbox’s founder Mike Reddy said: ‘Families want and need basic, affordable security in their homes. They want to be alerted instantly to what’s happening wherever they may be and whatever they may be doing. At work, in the car, at a restaurant… or even out of town. And video is a must- have for a family security solution to be effective and actionable. SandboxHome provides all of these.
‘Perhaps the SandboxHome’s most compelling aspect is its price. At a planned retail price of £315, and discounted by up to 40% for advance orders during our launch campaign on Indiegogo, this is truly a family security product.
‘When you compare the complete £200 SandboxHome family security solution to traditional services that provide way less and cost way more, or to standalone security cameras such as the Dropcam which cost £125 each, you can see why SandboxHome is so appealing.’
Sandbox is currently taking pre-orders on Indiegogo for delivery of the SandboxHome in March 2015. The prices for advance orders placed during SandboxHome’s introductory launch are at discounts of up to 50% from the retail prices at which the products are expected to be available on Amazon and inspecialty electronics and home improvement stores worldwide after March.