"Delivery service notifications are sometimes delayed or non-existent. With Package Guard, I know exactly when a package hits my doorstep."
With real-time delivery alerts and weight-activated alarm, Package Guard takes the worry out of deliveries.
Preorder your Package Guard today!
$20 will reserve your spot in line to receive your Package Guard when we begin shipping in September.
The full price will be $84 but we are offering a 20% discount for anyone who reserves today. So the full price will be $67. Your $20 reservation will go towards that full price.
Product Guarantee. If you are unhappy for any reason with our product, simply ship it back to us and we will give you a full refund, no questions asked (as long as the Package Guard is not broken into several pieces you will get a full refund).
Committed to Security. We help keep your packages safe and we will keep your personal information equally as safe! We will never sell or rent your contact information for any marketing purposes whatsoever.
Not likely. They could take the Package Guard if it isn’t attached to the porch, but the alarm would sound. You can secure the device to your porch or something on your porch. Secondly, if the device is picked up the alarm will still be activated, with or without packages on top of it.
No, The result would be the same as in Indiana Jones, remember what happened. Even the slightest change in weight will trigger the alarm to go off.
Yes, the Package Guard was created in Seattle, so of course it is! The Package Guard is tightly sealed, so water will not penetrate the inside of the device.
There is a trap door with screws on the bottom of the device to open to replace the four AA batteries.
You can of course turn it off immediately with your phone using the app. But it will turn itself off after 45 seconds, so it won’t annoy your neighbors too long. It is loud (100 decibels) so 45 seconds is long enough. How loud is 100 decibels? see here.
The alarm will sound since a package was removed.
It can hold up to 100 lbs or 45 kg “That is a whole lot of package!”
Currently we have that set at 1 lb or 450 grams.