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Ash. Datatool are already planning something exactly how you said. It will also send a notification to your phone to say your scooter/wheelchair has been tampered with. If the mobility aid is plugged in on charge and someone unplugs it to nick it, it also triggers tge alarm

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Ash. Datatool are already planning something exactly how you said. It will also send a notification to your phone to say your scooter/wheelchair has been tampered with. If the mobility aid is plugged in on charge and someone unplugs it to nick it, it also triggers tge alarm

 

It's really a sad state of affairs when this kind of discussion is necessary isn't it?!

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Totally agree. About 10 year ago my wheelchair was stolen from my sisters house when I was rushed to hospital in an ambulance. Members of this forum went out looming for it and found it on a back garden smashed up. After that I've always felt safer after having an alarm fitted.

 

Edit: Found the old thread from when mine was stolen. Members of this forum were amazing

http://www.sheffieldforum.co.uk/showthread.php?t=464074&highlight=wheelchair+stolen

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Totally agree. About 10 year ago my wheelchair was stolen from my sisters house when I was rushed to hospital in an ambulance. Members of this forum went out looming for it and found it on a back garden smashed up. After that I've always felt safer after having an alarm fitted.

 

Yes, I remember reading about it in here.

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Here's a video showing the alarm system fitted to my wheelchair. It doesn't affect how the wheelchair works or anything. Just wires direct to the battery

 

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