Saturday, 28 May 2016

Giveaway: Lightswitch Timer




Are you going away on holiday, or planning on returning home late and want to programme your home lights to go on and off whilst your away?

Do you want to deter burglars from targeting your property in the evenings but don’t want to have to waste energy leaving the lights on all day?

Wish you could control your house lights in the same way you use a timer plug to control electronic items? 

Now you can!

A great new security gadget  "Light switch timer", simply fits over any standard light switch and can be installed in under 30 seconds. It is battery operated so there is no wiring involved and no need to change your light switch!

I have one to giveaway this bank holiday weekend to my lucky readers. 


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107 comments:

  1. Make it look you are in as much as possible.

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  2. Turning my chargers off when I be finished with them -really must get into the habit of doing this

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  3. Use good quality locks on doors and windows. My husband changed all our locks on external doors to burglar proof ones.

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  4. When you lock your door at night never leave the keys in the keyhole

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  5. KEEP YOUR DOOR LOCKED AT ALL TIMES

    KATHY D

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  6. Ask your neighbours to keep an eye on your property when you are away.

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  7. keep windows locked when out, tell a trusted neighbour if you are going away to push any junk mail, papers etc that may be hanging out of your letter box

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  8. Good locks for doors and windows etc.

    Rachel Craig

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  9. leave a timer light on

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  10. never post on facebook or twitter that you are on holiday

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  11. Try and install alarm, make sure all windows and doors have secure double locks, external front and rear lights, locks on side gates and sheds

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  12. A house alarm and make sure all doors and windows are locked x

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  13. Keep Windows and doors locked never keep things on show x

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  14. Always lock doors and windows on the ground floor when you are working in the garden

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  15. Check all windows and doors are locked before you leave the house.

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  16. Always make it seem like someone is in.

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  17. keep all doors locked at all times CHERYL HADFIELD

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  18. when we are at home the door is always lock , dont leave any window open when you nip out

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  19. Always leave a light on, and if i am out somewhere local i tend to leave the TV on

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  20. never put on social media about going away until you are home.

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  21. A good alarm system and make it looks as though somebody is in

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  22. Have neighbours keep an eye on your property whilst you are away, to remove any post and papers from view.

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  23. check everything twice!! im a bit ocd when it comes to bed time and going out, i check all the nobs on the oven and make sure front door and back door are locked. I keep all keys away from the door, and make sure nothing expensive is visible to outside.

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  24. get a dummy camera for 6-7 pounds

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  25. door locked at all times and put a good chain on when opening it

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  26. A security light for outside

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  27. Change the locks when you move into a new house

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  28. IP Security Cameras that you can view on your phone are great and intruders hate them.

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  29. Lock your doors even when just popping next door

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  30. Two great big staffys!

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  31. I have a fake security camera on my porch, so that it deters unwanted attention. People dont know that it doesnt work.

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  32. Don't leave keys in window locks

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  33. Mine is to buy a timer so if you're away the lights come on at a certain time

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  34. Keep to a minimum who you are tell that you are going away and if possible get a family member to check on the house daily and they can open curtains/turn lights on etc

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  35. Check and double check it so easy to forget to look the doors x

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  36. Don't leave a spare key under a flowerpot, it'll be the first place anyone would look.

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  37. Buy cctv they don't cost that much, when you think on what they provide

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  38. Make sure all doors and windows are locked when you go out.

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  39. ask Royal Mail to keep your mail for you for the period you're away to stop it from building up in your hallway

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  40. Have a free security check from your local police who will advise you what you should do

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  41. Ensure all doors and windows are secure

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  42. Pam Francis Gregory1 June 2016 at 19:47

    Be friendly with neighbours - If you don't will they care if they see anything?

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  43. Don't leave ground floor windows open at night and leave upstairs windows locked on the cranked setting.

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  44. I follow other people tips, but I always have my doors locked

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  45. CCTV cameras and notices (available to buy online). Even dummy cameras are a deterrent.

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  46. A motion activated outside light

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  47. A good alarm system

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  48. I have a ritual of what I go through morning and night even my 6 year old copies but id so love to win as I'm going away in 3 weeks x

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  49. Make it look as if someone is in

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  50. let a neighbour you trust know if you are going away, so bthey can keep an eye out for anything unusual

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  51. Have lights on a timer if you are away

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  52. Check windows are all locked - even the small ones!

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  53. Always make sure everything is locked before you go to bed and unplug anything that is no needing to on.

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  54. A security camera system that you can view from your smartphone when you are away.

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  55. Get someone to take your bins in if you are away

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  56. Lock doors and windows, fit an alarm.

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  57. Tell your neighbours when you're going away

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  58. Never leave the house...no but seriously it sometimes feels that way! I've always found having a dog puts my mind at ease as they are both a deterrent and an early warning system. x

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  59. Keep your doors locked whether you are inside or out :)

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  60. Always lock the doors - even when you are in the house

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  61. I have Sonos speakers and set them to play in the hallway at various times when I am away. If someone at the door hears music they will assume somebody is in, especially combined with lights etc when it is dark

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  62. so handy when i come in from night work

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  63. Don't leave any keys near to a door - eg on a hall table that could be reached through letter box

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  64. Keep a light on when you are out

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  65. I never leave the keys in the doors. I leave a light on if its going to be dark when I get home.

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  66. Get a blooming big dog! - leanne w

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  67. Keep all windows and doors locked

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  68. Motion sensor outside lights and inside lights on a timer set to random so it looks like the lights are being switched on and off.

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  69. An imitation candle light is a great addition to leaving a light on. The flickering of the candle behind closed curtains can be mistaken for the flickering of a TV which will make it seem more like someone is home. Cheaper than leaving the TV on.

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  70. Try and get a friend, relative or neighbour to house sit, or check on your home while you are away.

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  71. Close all windows and lock doors when you go out xx

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  72. Leave a radio on when you're out for a short time, and for long periods get a neighbour to come in, clear post, open/close curtains etc.

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  73. If you're going out for a short time turn on the tv and leave the blinds open a little so it seems like someone is on. Double lock your door, and make sure you are friendly with your neighbours. If there is anything fishy going on they can clue you in and leave your number with them.

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  74. Lock your doors and windows. Lights on or radio if going out for a short time. The light switch is a grea invention

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  75. Take everything out of view and make sure all valuables are tagged in my special pen :)

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  76. Laura McGuigan3 June 2016 at 11:51

    Ask a neighbour to make sure any post is fully through the letter box while you're away.

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  77. CCTV on the front of your house.

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  78. Close windows and doors when going out.... I always have to check 3 times if done it all :)

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  79. Do not leave money on view and always lock the windows when you go out

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  80. have a gravel drive- you will always hear someone approaching or keep dogs or geese !

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  81. try not to stick to same routine of leaving the house same times /days

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  82. A good alarm system is a good idea x

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  83. get a house alarm if you can - a burglar is much more likely to go for a house that hasnt got one. They're a lot cheaper and far easier to install then they used to be!

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  84. Don't leave things in the garden that can be stolen or used to break into your house.

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  85. Keep your doors locked at all times, sneak thieves thrive in the warmer weather.

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  86. Steven Beasley3 June 2016 at 20:01

    Make the house look like people are in at all times.

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  87. check your window locks regularly i found mine broke once and the whole window was a hazard

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  88. Don't post your business all over Facebook too many people advertise they are going to be away for weeks

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  89. take all appliances out of sockets, get a security camera

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  90. Make sure you shut up property properly when you go out. Leave a radio on, get timers for lighting

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  91. I have a timer on the telly too so it switches on at certain times, great to make it appear as if someone is in

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  92. leave lights on if your going to be out at night

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  93. Get a burglar alarm and always shut and lock windows when out, even upstairs.

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  94. Double check that you have locked all the doors when you go to bed, the police were round a few days ago to say someone has been in area chancing open doors.

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