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Installing the T-H Marine KVD Two-Way Boat Alarm

July 01, 2014

This week we have a special guest post from the guys over at Advanced Angler on installing the popular KVD Two Way Alarm from T-H Marine. The Two Way Alarm is extremely popular with traveling tournament anglers, many of the pros won't make a trip without one on their boat. The boat alarm works a little bit differently from similar alarms on the market in that it is based on vibration instead of movement. Basically if anything comes into contact with your boat or trailer, the 128 decibel alarm will give a five second warning sound letting an intruder know to back away from the boat. If the intruder keeps trying to access the boat after that five second warning, the alarm goes off constantly until it is shut off by the included remote.

You can purchase the KVD Two Way Alarm from a number of our trusted online retailers!

Check out the installation video here!

Special thanks to Dan O'Sullivan from Advanced Angler for filming the installation process!




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