Car Alarms Supplied & Fitted

Watson Auto Electrics supply and fit Cobra Car Alarms in Belfast, Northern Ireland. We only provide the wolds most sophisticated car security systems.  The anti-theft systems supplied go above and beyond the demands of all the major vehicle manufacturers and the strictest of European quality specifications and criteria.

We install alarms to all makes of Cars, Vans, Trucks, Caravans, Motorbikes and trailers.

Security Installations that we offer include:

  • Thatcham approved Car Alarm Installations
  • Car Immobiliser Installations
  • Car Security Systems Belfast
  • Cobra Alarms fitted & Supplied
  • Aftermarket Car Alarms
  • Thatcham Category 2 installations
  • Car Traking Systems
  • Cat 1 Cobra Immobilisers Belfast

Cobra Thatcham Cat 1 Car Alarms

Cobra Car Alarms and Category 1 Cobra immobilisers are Thatcham approved and acknowledged by the UK’s biggest insurance providers, this could lower the cost  of your insurance policy based on the extra security these alarms provide.

Designed and a manufactured in Italy, Cobra Car Alarms and Immobilisers are Thatcham approved and are recognised by the UK major insurers.

With over 10 years experience in dealing with car alarms. Remember, the product is only as good as the quality of the installer,

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Car Alarms - Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between a Cat 1 and a Cat 2 car alarm?

When you are insuring your car the insurance company will always stipulate that you should have a Cat 1 or Cat 2 car alarm installed to combat theft. A Category 2 will specify a car immobiliser and a Category 1 (Cat 1) means a car alarm with incorporated immobiliser. All car alarm classifications are set out by Thatcham who regulate car alarms & immobilisers to make sure they comply with industry standards before they are awarded Cat 1 or Cat 2 status.

What is a Thatcham Approved car alarm?

Thatcham is regulates car alarms by carrying out data assessment services to the Motor Industry and Insurance Companies. They provide vigorous testing of car security systems that are submitted for approval, and once a system has passed they award it a Category 1 or Category 2 status. This information is then made available to insurance companies.

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