Simplisafe2 Wireless Home Security System 8-piece Plus Package

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Amazon Price: $299.99 $247.58 You save: $52.41 (17%). (as of February 13, 2019 8:53 am – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

The best wireless home security system value on the market, the 8-piece Simplisafe2 Plus Package features pre-programmed sensors that work together instantly — right out of the box — and you can install them and fully protect your home in 15 minutes or less. All systems are fully customizable, so you can start with the sensors listed in this package and add more of the sensors you need, whenever you want.

It Shouldn't Cost a Fortune to Protect Your Home

For decades the alarm industry has tricked homeowners into signing expensive long-term contracts, charged hundreds for installation, and pushed alarm systems ridden with outdated technology.

SimpliSafe believes being safe should be simple. With no salesmen, contracts and hidden fees, SimpliSafe designed a powerful new security system that uses the most cutting-edge wireless and cellular technology to guard your home for just $14.99 each month.

Easy to self-install, the Simplisafe2 wireless home security system is 100 percent wireless and doesn't require a contract or a telephone line.

Introducing Unbeatable 24/7 Security for just $14.99

SimpliSafe knows that the safety of your home and family matters more than anything else. With 24/7 Professional Alarm Monitoring, expert monitoring specialists watch over your home every second of the days and are always on the alert and ready to contact the police or fire department in the event of a burglary, fire or carbon monoxide leak in your home. You're also given a courtesy call if a freeze or water leak occurs in your home.

Bloated prices won't give you better security. SimpliSafe guards your home with the highest caliber security available, U.L.-certified monitoring, for only $14.99 each month. Most alarm companies charge you three times as much for the exact same level of security!

New Wireless Alarms Save You Hundreds on Set-Up

Nobody wants a stranger drilling holes in their wall — so why should you pay over $200 for messy installations? SimpliSafe is wireless and installs in minutes: all the sensors arrive pre-programmed and ready to be mounted. No tools required, now wires, no hassles.

Plus, wireless means that you can easily take your system with you, wherever life may take you next.

Dedicated Cellular Defense

SimpliSafe is invincible to intruders. Burglars know that most alarms use phone lines that can be cut in seconds. That's why the SimpliSafe system uses a built-in, independent cellular connection that's five to ten seconds faster and can't be cut! It comes absolutely free with your monitoring, and there's no phone line required.

Smart Technology Keeps Your Home Safer

Most wireless alarm systems have a dangerous defect — if a burglar smashes the keypad quickly enough, the police don't get alerted. SimpliSafe has solved this problem, by hiding its brains in the Base Station.

Even if your keypad is smashed, SimpliSafe will still alert the police.

All the Wireless Sensors You Need

Want impenetrable home security? With a range of up to 500 feet, SimpliSafe's wireless sensors have you covered. The SimpliSafe system shields your entire house with multiple layers of protection, including: Entry sensors for your doors and windows High-caliber motion detectors Panic button for emergencies Carbon monoxide detection Wireless keypad with secret duress PIN Keychain remote Wireless freeze sensor Wireless water sensor

Sophisticated Mobile Security for Control On-the-Go

Introducing the free app that gives you total control of your security system from anywhere in the world, whether you're at the office or out enjoying the sun with the kids. Available for iPhone, Android, and Windows smartphones.

SMS and email alerts keep you informed 24/7. With alarm and activity alerts sent directly to your phone, you gain the peace of mind to enjoy your day.

Power Outage Protection

SimpliSafe was designed to keep you safe in the event of a power outage. Wireless sensors run on powerful lithium batteries that last 5 years, so you stay secure when the electricity fails. Plus, the Base Station comes equipped with a built-in rechargeable backup battery, which can power your system for two full days and be recharged at any time.

SimpliSafe Guarantee: No Contracts, No Risk, No Hassle

Our customers keep coming back because of our exceptional security and legendary customer support, not because of contracts and commitments. No contracts means no cancellation fees, no minimum commitments: no hassle.

What's in the Box

One Keypad — Unlike other alarms, if a SimpliSafe keypad were smashed, the alarm would continue to function. That's because SimpliSafe took the "brains" out of the Keypad and put them into the separate Base Station.

One Base Station — Plug-and-play, the Base Station is responsible for sending all your alarm signals to SimpliSafe's 24/7 alarm monitoring center. Using the same cellular technology that's in your mobile phone, it includes a SIM card that gets activated when you subscribe to the SimpliSafe alarm monitoring service.

One Motion Sensor — Detects motion within 30 feet. The sensor has a "field of vision" of 90 degrees, giving you a full range of coverage when placed in a corner.

Four Entry Sensors — The sensor detects whenever the magnet moves more than two inches away from it, so it knows whenever the door or window opens. The magnet can be placed up to 2 inches from the sensor, so sensors fit on all types of doors and windows.

One Keychain Remote — Arm and disarm your alarm with a push of a button. Set your alarm to away after you leave to protect your home. Simply press off to disarm your system as you approach your front door. Pressing the panic button alerts SimpliSafe's Emergency Monitoring Center that you need help fast.

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Customer Reviews

Great Peace of Mind and User Friendly!

559 of 578 people found the following review helpful
By Jay
I just installed my Simplisafe system in about an hour! I spent about 3 months looking at different alarm companies, but ultimately chose this one and bought it from their website directly. I think a lot of the negative reviews on here are BS. This system has been reviewed on Amazon since 2009 and 10 of the 14 one star reviews were written in the last 3 months. I purchased this system for two reasons:

Excellent Alternative but far from perfect!

1,751 of 1,828 people found the following review helpful
By J_Onyx
I write this from conviction that people thinking of investing in this alarm system alternative need a more thoughtful review than the many here who quickly post a gushing review and the few who post nonsense negative reviews.

Not perfect, but a strong system and good value

376 of 392 people found the following review helpful
By selfskr
After resolving some initial issues, I am happy with my SimpliSafe system after a month of use.

A Quality System for Home Security

260 of 278 people found the following review helpful
By Charles C
After combing the internet for DIY home security systems, I came across SimpliSafe. I just installed and tested the unit, and am so enthusiastic about it I notified my siblings about it. Now, I’m writing about it here, hoping to spread the word and support this great company.

Great system if you do your homework

745 of 812 people found the following review helpful
By JD
I installed this system on 06/14/2013. I did a bunch of research and found many of the online reviews to be dated and inaccurate since the new SimpliSafe2 came out in 2012. I absolutely love the system but if you don’t think through your purchase you might be disappointed. Let’s talk about the gotchya’s:

An easy alternative to the big guys

220 of 238 people found the following review helpful
By M. Fiske
I purchased my SimpliSafe system a few weeks ago directly from Simplisafe.com. I opted for two extra door monitors and one motion sensor. I evaluated a number of options but had it narrowed down to SimpliSafe & InGrid. I chose SimpliSafe because of InGrid’s monthly monitoring fee.

Doesn’t do its job!

522 of 573 people found the following review helpful
By Carl
I purchased ~$400 kit from SimpliSafe directly since their site had more kits than Amazon. I bought it for my house which was completely empty at the time but I wanted to make sure nothing was happening until I moved in. Within a day one of the motion sensors tripped around midnight – in a completely empty house. It must be real right?! We rushed 15 miles there to find literally nothing. Since we were in “training mode” not a single call was made to us.

System has one major flaw – leaving an entry point open (door/window) doesn’t trigger any alerts via SMS, E-mail, or their APP.

694 of 764 people found the following review helpful
By Amazon Customer
I like this system a lot. However, today I learned that if you arm the system in HOME or AWAY mode, but have a door or window open, the system warns you via the base station (hidden away per their recommendation) and the keypad. I OFTEN arm via the keyfob when I’m in the driveway or via their app or website. No alert comes that says “You left ____ open”. Given that I get alerts for arming, disarming, low battery, etc. – this is absolutely unacceptable since they provide remote arming options.

Great Value

1,742 of 1,929 people found the following review helpful
By Amazon Customer
If you’re like me, you HATE monthly reoccurring charges, such as cable, insurance, cell phone companies (I’m looking at you Verizon), etc. Why burn money every month on reoccurring charges? I like to have controlled costs and very little “renting” reoccurring charges. But, I also have a family and like to feel secure, along with getting the home owners insurance discount often offered with home security systems. I’ve used ADT, Brinks, Broadview, etc. at prior homes. However, when I moved, I wanted to avoid having a land line (cell signal is virtually radioactive in my house, even in the basement). However, the biggest problem I had was that most companies charged ridiculous rates for their wireless monitoring service ($5 additional was the cheapest I could find). In addition, the base monthly rate was fairly high, averaging about $35 (ADT was charging me $45 w/o the wireless), with Ackerman coming in the cheapest at $18 (w/ wireless, they were $23/month). I thought about using Ackerman because I preferred a “professional” doing the job, much like when I had ADT. But, when I experienced their sales rep, lack of customer service, and overall horrible experience, I knew they weren’t a legit company I wanted to trust my home and money to. ADT and all of the other more high profile personal home security companies were far too expensive and I would either have to get a home line or pay extra monthly. So, I looked into “Do it yourself” home monitoring and found this company along with two others (one is sold at Lowes). This one seemed to have the best monthly price, price of equipment, and reviews, so I decided to bite the bullet and give it a try despite my hesitations of the unknown.

Promising But Did Not Deliver

366 of 402 people found the following review helpful
By smartlojack
You should know this is my first time writing a review – good or bad – for anything in my life. I often find people who review products on a regular basis to just be incredibly inept and bratty, so if you think that also, this is the review you should read.