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Flat Screen TV Anti-Theft Security Kit

Flat Screen TV Anti-Theft Security Kit
Flat Screen TV Anti-Theft Security Kit


Product Added : September 19th, 2013
Category : Home Security

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Flat Screen TV Anti-Theft Security Kit


Flat Screen TV Anti-Theft Security Kit

Proven anti-theft solution for flat screen televisions! Works with TVs on wall mounts or furniture. Includes VESA compliant screw pack, 2-steel fittings, 1-4′ EX aircraft cable (superior cut resistant weight), 1-security mounting node with mounting screws and 1-heavy-duty padlock. Special “no-access” caps prevents removal of security cable. Patent Pending. 100% satisfaction guaranteed! Lifetime warranty! Questions? Call 800-453-4195.

  • Universal – works on all flat screen TVs!
  • Protects your valuable big screen TVs from theft
  • Excellent for commerical or home use.
  • Aircraft strength cable – thick cut resistant weight.
  • Designed to work with wall mounts or on furniture!

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  1. 31 of 31 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very well designed, seems bulletproof!, September 23, 2010
    By 
    F. Li (San Diego, CA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

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    This review is from: Flat Screen TV Anti-Theft Security Kit (Electronics)

    I bought this security kit because my house has been broken into 3 times and they keep stealing my TV. So now I decided to secure my TV to my entertainment cabinet. Once installed, there is no way for anyone to unscrew the fasteners that go into the VESA mounts because the huge security cable blocks access to the screw heads. The anchoring bracket comes with modified flathead screws that only allow you to screw in clockwise. Once in, there’s no way to unscrew it. I didn’t realize this would make it hard for myself to remove, but it can be taken off with a hacksaw if needed. It’s worth the piece of mind that no one will ever be able to yank my TV away. I considered getting a Kensington lock, but this kit is at least 10x more secure and cheaper as well. Awesome product!

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  2. 53 of 58 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Handyman makes a good product much better, April 2, 2011
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    This review is from: Flat Screen TV Anti-Theft Security Kit (Electronics)

    I searched web sites carefully before spending my $30 + s/h for a good HDTV anti-theft cable lock.
    Kensington looked costly, attachment wimpy at the hdtv [or laptop], desk acessory attachments with a few screws [or glue? you're kidding me, you're not kidding a serious thief] [or screwed to a wall which is what I needed to do] Kensington desk anchor looked like a belt buckle [Needs to be big enough to pass kensington cable loop thru.] No loops with this HDTV lock cable. Ask a thief why a big belt buckle allows easy access for even simple thievery tools.
    Back to this product: “Flat Screen Anti -Theft Security Kit.
    Looking at the photos on the Amazon site was all I needed to tell it was a good product and how to install it [mostly]. I didn’t have to read the directions.
    Before installing I decided to search the web for desk & wall “anchors”, “attachment pionts”, “Anti-theft bicycle anchors” etc, etc. What I found was the commonly available “HASP”. Yes hasp.
    What is a hasp? It’s been around for a long time, commonly available at home improvement / hardware stores. Got mine at a home improvement store with initials H.D. for $5.97 plus driving. Generically it is a swivel eye medium duty hasp with an “eye just over 3/8″ – this is perfect. [ "Latch Post Safety Hasp" by Everbuilt , but many others will do.] Eye looked to be forged or cast iron: STRONG – no room for thiefs’ tools [eye is where the padlock is supposed to go thru, but instead you simply pass the supplied 3/8 inch machined cable end thru the eye of the hasp.]
    This will all make sence when you see all of the hardware in front of you. It is not complicated at all, even as I have modified it.
    If you whant real simple, just use their stuff. you’de be doing ok. Instalation will be about 30 minuits.
    If you whant to do the best [i,ve been burglarized, I used to build Banks!] Add my “hasp” wall anchor or [2]. Will take another 15 minuits bacause my hasp has [7] 2″ long sheetrock / deck screws [To be sure I didn'n strip the top of the screws while installling them, I used deck screws with "6 point star drive: the special bit comes with the box of screws] Star drive not really for security concerns since a “hasp” by design covers the 7 attachment screws!
    INTTALLATION STEPS:
    1a] Position your HDTV in it’s final location [if on a TV stand / cradenza, etc.] Simply screw on the [2] supplied “tv anchors” with a philips screw driver. [Several sizes of metric screw are supplied]
    1b] If using an HDTV “wall mount”, install the [2] supplied chrome plated “tv anchors” when you bolt on the “wall mount” parts.
    2] Thread their cable thru the [2] HDTV anchors and mark where in the wall [both left and right] the cable end will reach.
    3] Find a wall stud [precisely] to attach the “wall anchor” to. [hint: use a small nail and hammer to get precise]
    4a] My WAY: attach the hasp vertically with [7] 2″ deck / drywall screws.
    This sturdy hasp is my wall anchor. [Set aside their black "wall anchor"]
    4b] Their way: attach the supplied black wall anchor with one [repeat one] supplied 2″ allen head drywall screw
    5a] Thread the supplied cable thru the wall anchor['s] of your choice [I used 2 hasps & 14 screws / silly me cost $5.97 more and extra 10 minuits]
    6]attach supplied padlock.

    Now, your thinking I went overboard. But For 5 seconds more I will double your security again:
    New step 5b] The machined end of their cable is a “week link”. Ask a thief why. You whant to keep thievery tools away from “weak links”. Fortunately we have a perfect “anti-cut shield” for the last weak part of this system: IT IS THE SUPPLIED BLACK WALL MOUNT ANCHOR THAT I DECIDED NOT TO USE! Simply remove the padlock that you just installed when you thought you were done with this CHORE [ARE THOSE OTHER PEOPLE STILL COMPLAINING "HOW COME YOU'RE NOT DONE YET?" ] Seriously, take the SUPPLIED BLACK WALL MOUNT ANCHOR and simply slip it over the machined end of the cable, an THEN install the padlock. Took me 5 minuits to write this, took me 5 seconds to actually do this.
    You will be amazed how much more secure your HDTV is. Hope you enjoyed this review. I will try to visit coments.
    Hope you enjoy your secure HDTV as much as I do.

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  3. 15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The punks did not get my TV!, July 19, 2011
    By 
    Rickdo

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    This review is from: Flat Screen TV Anti-Theft Security Kit (Electronics)

    I purchased this TV lock about 2 months ago, I read the review by motocycleracer2 and thought it was very helpful. I didn’t use all of his advise, but I did get longer and stronger screws to attach the cable to the wall stud (picked up from local hardware store). The TV is sitting on a TV stand, not mounted to the wall…
    Just yesterday we had a break in and they tried to snatch my TV! The TV was moved, but it is still here! The punks tried to rip the cable out of the wall but could not, they even tried to cut the cable with something but only broke the plastic shield around the metal cable. An as a bonus the police got a good set of finger prints off of the TV, so maybe this lock will catch the …. too!!!
    If you THINK you may need a TV lock, then get this one, the cost is insignificant compared to most home owners/renters insurance deductibles.

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