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Build your own home security with Eufy's 5-piece alarm kit on sale for $128

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Eufy Alarm (Image credit: Amazon)

The Eufy Security 5-piece home alarm kit (opens in new tab) has dropped to $127.99 on Amazon when you use the code ALARM999. Without the code, the alarm kit is going for $160. This is a brand new system that has never been on sale before. It is very similar to the Ring Alarm system (opens in new tab), and that 5-piece kit is going for $200 right now. So this is definitely some good value if you're thinking about getting into your own modular home security.

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Super easy to install. Only takes minutes. Comes with a HomeBase, keypad, motion sensor, and two entry sensors. Cover doors and windows, get instant alerts, and arm or disarm in seconds. You can add individual sensors to it later as needed.

The 5-piece system comes with the home alarm's HomeBade, a keypad, a motion sensor, and two entry sensors. You can place the entry sensors on doors and windows. Secure the keypad to a wall most likely near your main entrance and secure the motion sensor to a wall with the included mounts. The whole thing takes minutes to install.

You can set up the Eufy alarm system to send you instant alerts any time any of the sensors get tripped. Learn about all the motion and breaches happening around your home through the Eufy Security app on your smartphone. You can also arm and disarm the system in seconds, which means you won't add a lot of inconvenience to your life. You can just use the keypad on the way out the door or even key in your password through the app.

The smart system can be connected to your home network and controlled by voice commands from Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant (although not Apple HomeKit).

This is just one of several home security systems becoming popular lately. Like Ring Alarm (opens in new tab), SimpliSafe (opens in new tab), and others one of the key elements of the Eufy Security system is that it's modular. You start with a multiple piece kit like this that includes essentials like the HomeBase. Then you add sensors and other things as you need them.

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.