Quest PIR's

Discussion in 'Alarms, CCTV & Telephones' started by efiste2, 25 Feb 2012.

  1. efiste2

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    Looking at buying a basic kit for the parents bungalow, the kit comes with QUEST PIR's.......in my limited experience I have only ever fitted Texacom Medusa's and have never had any trouble from them. What do you learned chaps think of the quest ones.
     
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    4 quid pirs for your parents.

    Dont think i need to say more.
     
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    say no more......can you still get medusa's?
     
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    Quests are cheap , and fall apart on installation, very poor , they cause a large percentage of false alarms , i put one in , next day i took it and used a gen 2 bosch blue-line , never used a another different detector since.
     

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