Win a motion-activated outdoor security camera worth £119
Thursday 19 January 2012
When you're asleep or away from your house, do you worry about looking after your property? What are you doing to protect against vandalism, break-ins, or car and garden theft?
The new VL1-B from Securesight is a powerful safeguard: a comprehensive deterrent to potential burglars and something to protect your whole property.
Its passive infra-red detector seeks out any movement and instantly floods the area with dazzling light, whilst its high resolution camera and highly sensitive microphone records the scene in both high quality video and/or still pictures, capturing the time and date as evidence. Video and pictures are recorded to a hidden, discreet SD memory card - so no expensive, complicated wiring to a video recorder.
It comes with a free 512Mb memory card which is enough to store over 150 10-second video clips or over 1000 photos so you can go on a two week family holiday safe in the knowledge that your property is under surveillance whilst you're away.
We've got one of these fabulous devices to give away to a safety-conscious reader. All you have to do to win is enter your details in the form below.
Terms and conditions
This competition closes at 23.59 on 29 January 2012. There is one prize of a VL1-B Security Camera from Securesight. The winner will be the first entry selected at random after the closing date and will be contacted by email. Over-18s only. To read The Independent's terms and conditions, click here.
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