protect your assets
With all the boat thefts as of late.FYI Dewalt makes a nice unit to recover your asset if stolen its called a mobilelock.reasonable cost.I use em instead of cops.I even have em on my highend deer blinds.Check em out.
Wow ! I went to mobilelock via google and watched the youtube video...wow, just trying to absorb it all.
You would think that a boatel or other storage facility would be offering this device as an add on service.
Does it need AC power or can you run it off battery. If battery, how often do you need to recharge. Can it be in the cabin or does it have to be mounted externally to allow for GPS reception.
Stormin' Norman, Ellicott City, MD
Grady White 228
Battery Type Lithium Ion (rechargeable)
Battery 4.4 Amp Hr
Run Time approximately 4 wks
Cellular Communication Sprint PCS
Location Technology QUALCOMM gpsOne
Dimensions: 4.4" x 3.5" x 1.2"
Thanks for the heads-up Shad. After looking at the info on line I'm really thinking about getting one. The cost is very reasonable for protecting a valuable boat. You guys owe it to yourselves to check it out. It might even reduce your boat insurance.http://www.dewaltmobilelock.com/main.asp
Yep,it sure is worth the piece of mind.You wont have to look to hard to find out where your rig went.
That would be a must have if you leave a PWC stored someplace. I also bet it would be great for motorcycles and motorcross bikes. Being in the insurance business I know that most stolen cars are recovered. However, very very few motorcycles ever are. I don't know the stats on boats, but I would think smaller portable boats would be stolen more frequently. Pretty good product. I will ask my underwriter if there are any plans to give customers discounts when they have this for cars, boats, etc.
Useful tool. May put one on my daughter.
Oh so much for a reduction in insurance. I just spoke with my Allstate agent and the don't offer any reductions. He said most of their claims have come from damage while trailering or boats that sink.
Still this is a great product, thanks Mr Shad for taking the time to post.
This could save some of us big expenses and problems. Also might help with getting convictions. Sometimes possession of stolen goods, forms a strong case against the " holder possessor ". It is also circumstantial evidence, toward a felony theft charge.
Theft is the taking of property [ of another ]
and carrying it away some distance
with out permission
with intention to permanently deprive. [ intention is scienter, state of mind, sometimes hard to prove ].