security pager system

Discussion in 'Harley Davidson Product Review' started by Hooter, Jan 29, 2008.

  1. Hooter

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    i bought a pager a month ago and i am very relieved to have this fitted. it can be fitted in about an hour and cannot be seen so nobody knows its there. i switch it on before i go to sleep and it sits on my bedside giving me piece of mind. on a bike rally or any time away from the bike it has a 400 yard reception so i feel very safe. this has been my favourite buy for years. i think this item is a very old idea as i had a similar device in the early 90s but this is different because it now really works!!! i suggest an optional big stick will compliment this item but can get heavy on long journeys. ONLY JOKING I use a light sabre. :lolrolling
     
  2. glider

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    Keep check on the batteries, I understand they eat batteries very fast.
     
  3. Hooter

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    thanks i will keep a watch for that. the instructions say that the unit warns of low battery so lets see how i go on. i will keep you posted.
     
  4. Wardster

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    It only eats batteries when you leave the pager on all the time, so I trained myself to turn it on only when it's needed.

    -Wardster
     
  5. Hooter

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    thanks for advise. i usually turn it on at bedtime and turn it off in morning. the bike is not very sensitive so you can knock it about and it only seems to go off when the bike is lifted off stand or ignition is touched but its okay.
     
  6. CIGARLVR

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    I had one on my roadking and it was great. Like others said just make sure to turn it off when not in use.
     
  7. 66cruiser

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    If that's the factory alarm,. the sensitivity can be adjusted, check the owner's manual.
     
  8. glider

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    If you could post that procedure here, it would be appreciated. The older alarms were adjustable but as far as I know the new ones cannot be adjusted.
     
  9. 66cruiser

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    Mine's an '06 & the instructions for adjusting the sensitivity are in the owners manual... I just readjusted mine for the most sensitive.
     

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  10. glider

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