[VIC] Bosch Solution 6000 Alarm System & Installation for $749 When You Sign up to a 24M Monitoring Plan (Min Cost $1757) @ RACV

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RACV is offier Bosch Solution 6000 Alarm System Installation for $749 when you sign up for a 24 month monitoring contract with them.

*The $749 alarm installation offer is available only to Metropolitan Melbourne customers entering into a new RACV Home Security standard alarm monitoring agreement for an initial term of 24 months. Total cost for installation and 24 month alarm monitoring is $1757.00^. $749.00 is the installation charge for 1 x Alarm Panel, 1 x Keypad, 3 x PIR Motion Detectors, 2 x Wireless Keyfobs, 1 x Mobile Communicator and 1 x Power Supply & Back-up Battery. Total monitoring price for the initial term is $1008.00^, payable in 24 monthly instalments of $42.00^. Fees will apply for any additional products or services. Quotations are valid for 30 days from date of quotation. Alarm system is to be installed within 90 days of acceptance of quotation. Deposit will be taken on acceptance of quotation with full outstanding payment to be made on day of installation. The special alarm installation price is only available in conjunction with a 24 month monitoring agreement. Our standard full price for hardware and installation will be applied if you cancel the alarm monitoring service prior to the completion of the 24 month initial agreement. The amount due will be $551.00 (Inc GST), consisting of the full non monitored alarm installation price of $1300.00 (Inc GST) less the $749.00 (Inc GST) installation charge already paid as part of the offer.

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  • +2

    Total cost for installation and 24 month alarm monitoring is $1757.00^. $749.00 is the installation charge for 1 x Alarm Panel, 1 x Keypad, 3 x PIR Motion Detectors, 2 x Wireless Keyfobs, 1 x Mobile Communicator and 1 x Power Supply & Back-up Battery. Total monitoring price for the initial term is $1008.00^, payable in 24 monthly instalments of $42.00^.

  • Save $451 on Metropolitan Melbourne installations when signing up to a 24 month monitoring plan

    Sounds targeted at Melbourne folks

  • Melbourne the crime capital of Australia for Break ins?????

    • You are more than 23 times more likely to be broken into at the gold coast than in melbourne

  • +1

    The kits usually run around $600 on eBay iirc. For those who are happy to install themselves and think the price of monitoring is a crock

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/265284934416

    • Need to add the GSM communicator and wireless fobs so will be a few hundred more on top…..add the cabling and labor and the deal doesn't seem to bad….

      • +1

        Sure. Maybe up to $1200 allowing for the install. Shame it's $1757.

        Ps: anyone that uses fobs is an idiot. Alarms should always be turned off with a code only.

        • Why? I've got the Bosch ones and they are great. So much more convenient than fluffing around with a code when you've got a handful of shopping.

          • @The Captain: Fobs are inherently insecure.

            Do you leave a spare set of keys in your house?
            Or if you lose your keys or leave them in a for outside etc.
            Or if you keep a spare in a lockbox etc.

            If you wouldn't write down your windows password on a sticky note and attach it to your laptop, don't use a fob.

      • GSM ain't going to do jack these days.

    • I think programming the alarms is very time consuming if you're not a pro. Got Jim's to do my Bosch 3000 and he was at my house until 9pm. 5 wireless PIRs, 1 wired, network adaptor. This RACV deal seems like a pretty good price because the 6000 is aimed at commercial applications and next level up. Also supports WIFI keypad which would have been good for me because it would have been really difficult to do a wired keypad downstairs.

      • +1

        Sounds like he's never done a Bosch before

      • Sounds like Jim's needs to look for a new career path

  • I have the 6000 unit. rate it highly but think your better off spending for the IP module and myalarm subscription so you can manage yourself remotely.

    • What is myalarm subscription? I use the Bosch RSC+ app to send me notifications.

      • Since the 6000 is aimed at commercial applications they use a different app which is a paid subscription. Obviously a big con vs the 3000. Though the RSC+ app is very basic and looks like it was designed in the 90s and never updated

        • Yeah it's not the best but I wouldn't say 90s - no apps then. It's more like a mid-2000s app. However it does allow me to arm and disarm (cannot disarm zones even though the option is there but greyed out), sends me notifications of arming, disarming, alarm going off and which zone, if any zone has any issues - including low battery for wireless PIRs, shows, which zones are armed, if power/ panel/ sensor is disconnected or tampered. It is a lot more stable than when it first came out as well. Pretty good for a free service.

      • I think I pay about 110 per year. It’s good let’s me remote arm and disarm etc etc

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