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Top U.S. DIY Security Brand Launches in New Zealand

Auckland, NZ - May 22  2013 -

Protect Yourself with Doberman Security

Top U.S. DIY Security Brand Launches in New Zealand

The increased demand for home security products has prompted the launch in New Zealand of this popular range of stylish and affordable DIY security devices which can be used to protect home, family and belongings.

The Doberman Security Range was developed in USA in 2001 by a team of security professionals, engineers and researchers.  It has grown to be a market leader in the DIY Home Security market due to its innovative, effective and affordable product offering.

"We saw that, with people becoming increasingly security conscious but often not wanting to invest in a costly alarm system, there was the need for a range of affordable alarm devices which provide effective protection" says Kate Jacobi, Marketing Manager of Doberman NZ. " The Doberman range provides an excellent selection of products which can be used in any part of the house - or campervan or boat - and can easily be installed by anyone".

In addition to a comprehensive range of alarms which can be used to protect doors and windows, Doberman Security provides security solutions for places that have been difficult and expensive to protect up until now. 

The Doberman Multipurpose Alarm with Remote Control can be used to protect almost anything - garden sheds, tool boxes, garages, gates etc.  It is weather resistant and can be easily attached to the inside or outside of whatever needs to be protected.

"Our Multipurpose Alarm is proving extremely popular with trades people and farmers who have struggled to find a cost-effective way of protecting their tools or farm equipment.  The Alarm is easy to install and the loud siren is an excellent deterrent to any would-be thief" says Kate Jacobi.

The Doberman Pool Alert adds an extra level of security to any swimming pool or spa pool gate with a 100dB alarm which will alert you to anyone going through the gate who shouldn't be.

Several of the alarms are also excellent for use in offices or shops. With both 'chime' and 'alarm' functions, they can be set to 'chime' during business hours to alert to someone entering the premises or 'alarm'  when needed for security purposes.

All products in the Doberman Security range are manufactured using the highest quality materials and are put through a strenuous battery of tests to ensure quality and reliability.

The range is now available in Bunning stores nationwide.  


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