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The Bmmpr:One is a great little device in its simplicity, ease of use and overall reliability. “Overall” because it seems unsure how to react when using a trickle charger during the current COVID lockdown, and sends an engine start alert by mistake. But I would still recommend it to anyone who bothered to ask. The peace of mind it provides me is invaluable. #Adjustable sensitivity levels would be welcome.
I have been using bmmpr for the past year. I have always looked for ways to enhance my vehicles security. When I came across bmmpr It checked a lot of boxes for me. Getting mobile alerts is a game changer for me. I live in a major city and parking in shopping centers always gives me anxiety because people simply do not care if they hit your vehicle. I use bmmpr along with a dash cam and it is the perfect setup. I have time stamps and alerts from bmmpr and I use my dash cam to pinpoint when my car was hit through the footage. The support from bmmpr has always been world class, Marko goes above and beyond to help out. Give it a try, trust me.
Factory alarms are useless they protect nothing. Last year I purchased an optioned out Ram 1500. It wasn't long, I made a quick stop to CVS to grab my waiting for pick up prescription. I was in CVS no more that ~4 minutes only to come out and see the rear window busted all over the pavement. Factory alarms are worthless unless you are own a Range Rover. The black paint on the door scratched down to the metal. Some POS jumped through my window and destroyed my door panel. They never opened a door and thus no Siren would be triggered. The guy grabbed my back pack which I used at the gym. Just the damage totaled $6000. All stainless trim and complete door card was replaced. Then I spent lots on the Viper install. Ok, if I had known about Bmmpr I would have owned one at the very beginning of its introduction. Bmmpr protects more my expensive Viper, It will send to your cell, all levels of impacts low force impact, engine on event, vibration detected, engine stopped, this is all great information. I'm here in Texas with Bmmpr I could have met the POS as he was jumping out my window. ;-) You would have read about it on the 6pm news. The long and short of it is simple. I love the device, I've blogged about it on the Ram blog and I know a lot of guys were going to get one too. You just stick it in your OBD under the steering wheel, then set up the app and you are done. Your Protected. It cost much less than my Viper alarm and it could so much more. It does have a 30 day return, I doubt you would want to use it. I strongly recommend Bmmpr, I will not be without it. You can move it from Car to Truck to Suv and back as much as you like and it will perform for every vehicle the same. You can only drive one vehicle at a time? I'm happy I own a Bmmpr.
"This is a new standard for security." Thank you!
First of all, loud music and loud cars will set it off. Also, it continuesly fail to recognize when you're in vehicle therefore you get crazy amounts of notifications until the app finds the device. It takes about 5 min. The best way to prevent this, on my experience, is just to close and open the app when you're by the side of the vehicle.
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