whether you have a majestic victorian-style pad or rustic charm living room, a typical home security never fails to stick out like a sore thumb, which is really a fly in the ointment, really and amazingly, there ain’t a solution to could cover both the function and the aesthetic department until now. meet the Scout Wireless Home Security System from Sandbox Industries, the modern wireless home security system that’s going break that monotonous tradition and bring about a few more conveniences into today’s security system. available in three finishes: black, white and wood trim, the Scout comprises of a base receiver that talks to the various security panels via your home’s wireless network and like most home security system available today, it offers remote control and monitoring via computer or mobile device. the base package cost $120, which includes the base station and an arm/disarm door panel for you to start with, but more security elements such as open/close sensor and motion sensor can be added à la carte style as per your need. the Scout’s base station packs backup batteries which will kick in the event of an outage, while the rest of the elements are battery-powered, lasting between from six to twelve months before batteries change is required. essentially, the service is free over WiFi but there’s an option for 3G-powered monitoring service with plans starting at $10 per month. check out the product intro in the embedded video below.

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Scout via Geek Gadgets

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