How would you like a German Shepard to sit right behind your front door and bark ferociously when someone (or something) approaches? What if that dog never had to be fed or taken care of at all?
Let me introduce you to your new, completely self reliant watchdog named Rex. Rex is an entrance alert device that plays the sound of a ferocious attack dog when triggered. It uses sonar technology to detect movement, allowing it to virtually see through doors and walls. When movement is detected, it plays a barking dog sound, causing burglars, potential burglars who are casing your home, and even wild criminals to run like bears!
Get creative and think of other useful locations to use this product. For example, we have customers who live in the Northwestern mountains put this product on their back porch to scare off hungry bears who are on the prowl for food. For people who are living alone, place this behind your front door to scare off unwanted visitors. A little deterrence goes a long way, and the Rex is a great deterrent that helps prevent crime before it actually happens.
Click the Play Button to Hear Rex Bark!
Four available sound features;
continuous rain forest sound
sounds of rain forest to announce visitors
barking sounds of dog
15-20 seconds of barking dog sound following by alarm sound
A realistic bark that gets louder the closer the visitor is to the alarm--this makes the visitor think you have a real dog behind the door
Installation is a snap. No wiring, no moving parts, nothing to connect. Simply place the unit behind the door you want to monitor, plug in the supplied power adaptor, and that's all there is to it
Selector switch used to change sound
Sonar detects movment behind, around, through walls, windows, and doors
Sensitivity settings that allows unit to detect movement up to 30 feet away
Power supply (included) 12VDC, 100mA
Frequency is 2.4GHZ
Product weighs approximately 2.2 lbs
90-day manufacturer's warranty
Product Reviewed: Electronic Watchdog score average:
5 out of 5 ,
(Raleigh N C)
Works great. Placed in a home for an 87 year old woman 👵