How to Protect Your Packages from Package Theft in 5 Minutes

Package Guard Protects your Home Deliveries

Package theft had 11 millions victims last year and it is one of the fastest growing crimes in American neighborhoods today. The crime is being committed each day by people on foot, bike and cars. We have created a simple to use and inexpensive solution to help slow down the thieves. It can be secured on your front porch and sends out alerts when packages arrive and when a package is removed by someone not in your safe circle then a 100 Db (very loud) alarm is set off.

Easily secure it to your porch

Get immediate alerts when you receive packages

Setup in 5 minutes

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Listen what the Media said about Package Guard

ustoday

“A Frisbee sized disc that might look low-tech, but it’s actually a connected package portal that sends an alert to your phone whenever a delivery arrives at your door.” Jennifer Jolly Oct 2016

NBC Nightly News

“With more deliveries this year than ever before, smart technology like Package Guard is ensuring those precious gifts make it into the right hands during the holidays.” Jo Ling Kent Nov 2016

Protect your Packages in 5 Minutes

CONNECT TO WIFI

At about the size of a Frisbee, (11.75 in or 30 cm) the Package Guard is a Wi-Fi enabled device that is simple to setup in less than 5 minutes. The Package Guard is battery operated and will last up to 6 months before replacing the batteries.

PLACE OUTSIDE FRONT DOOR

The Package Guard automatically notifies you and your neighbor if you like via email, app notification, or text when each of your packages have been delivered or removed (hopefully not stolen) from your porch.

KEEP YOUR DELIVERY SAFE

If a package thief (aka “porch pirate”) removes a package or the Package Guard without disarming it with the app, it triggers its loud internal alarm/siren. Also, it can be attached to your porch or an object on your porch.

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