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Old 8th January 2007, 12:15   #16
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> Security Film for the glass. Helps toughen your glass and delays intrusion since it takes longer to break the glass as more force is required to break the glass.
Gunbir, would you know the names of some brands of Security Films?
Are these films tint+security or security alone?
Are these made in India or imported?
Approximate cost?

I wanted to do some armchair research before I get my @$$ outside :-) TIA.
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Old 9th January 2007, 05:37   #17
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I think the best option is to buy security systems with motion sensors(for both interiors & exteriors).
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Old 9th January 2007, 22:38   #18
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I figure that herculesksp has the right idea when he wants to install two security systems in his car.

Imagine this scenario -
The thief has found your car parked in a nice quiet corner.
He's taken about 2 minutes to disable the keyless entry system & thinks the car / accessories are now ready for him to flick.
He opens the door & the second alarm freaks out due to sensors, etc.

Cost of car: Rs. 550.0k.
Cost of security system 1: Rs. 6.0k
Cost of security system 2: Rs. 5.5k
Look on the swine's face when 2 goes off: Priceless.

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Leaving a pet cobra in the driver's seat would be a good idea. One of those rubber mockups would do the job well enough.
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I figure that herculesksp has the right idea when he wants to install two security systems in his car.

Imagine this scenario -
The thief has found your car parked in a nice quiet corner.
He's taken about 2 minutes to disable the keyless entry system & thinks the car / accessories are now ready for him to flick.
He opens the door & the second alarm freaks out due to sensors, etc.

Cost of car: Rs. 550.0k.
Cost of security system 1: Rs. 6.0k
Cost of security system 2: Rs. 5.5k
Look on the swine's face when 2 goes off: Priceless.
that's freakin' hilarious........
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Old 10th January 2007, 05:35   #21
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Gunbir, would you know the names of some brands of Security Films?
Are these films tint+security or security alone?
Are these made in India or imported?
Approximate cost?

I wanted to do some armchair research before I get my @$$ outside :-) TIA.
Askok, The security type of film which when pasted on windows often serve the same purpose of laminated glass. I think it's available in Cochin itself at some glass dealer/accessory shop .
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