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ATTs Alarm

4.75 out of 5
(4 customer reviews)

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Product Description

The revolutionary silent alarm (no speaker) for use with the V2 ATTx Receiver.

All audible indication comes from your V2 Receiver speaker, which beeps or vibrates wherever you are, not at the waters edge spooking the fish. With built in transmitters, the ATTs Alarm provides a full wireless remote buzzer-receiver system.

  • Rubberised finish – Soft touch non-reflective rubberised finish for total rod protection.
  • Built-In Transmitter – Compatible with the ATTx V2 Receiver (only) – the alarms must be programmed into a ATTx V2 receiver, which provides all the audible and vibratory indication.
  • No Buttons or knobs for increased reliability – Put your rod on it and it’s ready to use.
  • “Intelligent” Protective Hard Case as Standard – This also acts as the ON/OFF switch for your ATTs, disabling the battery when fitted – remove the Hard Case to turn the ATTs ON.
  • 100% Watertight…and we mean 100%! The absence of buttons, jack-plug sockets and speakers reduces the risk of water ingress and electronics damage.
  • High ‘Ears’ – To prevent lateral rod movement and reduce the risk of a rod being pulled off the alarm on vicious takes.
  • Unique ‘False Beep’ System – The ATTs introduces a bite detection system that will not cause false beeping like other roller wheel alarms do. (Patented)
  • Digital Circuitry – The ATTs alarm comes with a high standard of digital circuitry and FM Radio for total reliabilty and performance.
  • Low Battery Warning System – signals the ATTx receiver which will beep to warn the user of a low battery state on any ATTs head.
  • Full 2-year Gardner/ATT Warranty – as with the V2 ATTx System and other recently-released ATT products.
  • Multi-coloured user-changeable 2, 4 or 6 magnet roller wheels are available separately – With the 2 magnet wheel the receiver beeps once per 1cm of line movement. With the 4 magnet wheel the receiver beeps once per 0.5cm of line movement. The 6 magnet wheel is ultra-sensitive and beeps once per 0.33cm of line movement. The ATTs is supplied with a Black 2 magnet wheel as standard.
  • Betalight Slot on each ear – Dedicated ATTs Tritium Max Betalights are sold separately.
  • Brass Fittings – fixing bolt and nut – will not corrode.
  • Ultra-compact and lightweight – With dimensions of 34mm x 21mm x 63mm it is easily the smallest alarm available on the market.
  • Supplied already fitted with a Free Test Battery as Standard.
  • Available in 7 different LED Colours – Blue, White, Red, Green, Orange, Yellow and Purple. The ATTx Receiver is also available with all these LED options.
  • Height = 61mm, Width = 33mm, Depth = 21mm.

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4 reviews for ATTs Alarm

  1. Jamie
    5 out of 5

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    That’s fantastic thank you

    • admin

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      Glad to help!

  2. Jamie
    4 out of 5

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    Hello people
    What would be the range on these alarms?

    • admin

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      Hi Jamie,

      The range is not dependent on the alarms rather on the receiver that you are using with them.

      It is hard to give an exact range for any receiver as it is very reliant on geographical features.

      ATTx V2 Receiver – on flat open fisheries the range is easily in excess of 100m, whilst the range is naturally reduced if your rods are down an embankment (i.e. in a ‘dug out’ swim as the raised ground will block the signal) or through trees.

      ATTx Deluxe Receiver – The new Stub Antenna means improved range and reception.

      It should be noted that you should always be near your rods. Hope that this helps.

      Regards,
      The Gardner Team

  3. Skander Zahani
    5 out of 5

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    Hi everyone

    I had my pair of alarms nearly 4 years and never changed the battery.
    I can recommend they are 100% waterproof, cause I had to rescue them by boat at lake cassien when the water rises overnight and they were a good foot under the surface. I just put them back on land and they worked as before. Well I think I `ll buy also apair of the new ones…

    Really one of the best buzzers available

    kind regards from switzerland

    Skander

  4. Shaun
    5 out of 5

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    Had these a year now! Replaced my old foxes ! Great in the wet! When my mates dells failed!
    Quality bit of kit ! U won’t be disappointed if you buy!

  5. adam ball

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    hi was wondering what these alarms would be like for pike fishing as i have heard that you get alot of line skip from roller alarms ? any info would be brill kind rgeards adam

    • Lewis Read

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      Hi Adam
      The only time we have ever heard of line skipping out of the roller wheel on a roller buzzer like this has been used when used in conjunction with a bobbin that has a clip on the side that grips the line…
      If you want a good reliable buzzer either the ATTs ro teh good old TLB (which has a different style roller wheel) are both worth considering

  6. Luke

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    Hi

    I’m considering buying some atts alarms. I’ve been looking at delkims aswel as a few other makes. Recently did the tickets at my local lakes and came across a guy who had just bought some atts alarms to replace his delkims.
    He told me that his mate has a set of atts and the battery’s have lasted him 4 years!!
    So considering that i really want a set but I’ve looked all over the net ad asked a few tackle shops the range of the recievers are capable of but no success
    Can you shed some light on this please??

    Luke

  7. John Addison

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    Hi.

    I’m looking at getting a new set of alarms and these are right up there on my list with the new jrc radars.
    Just wondering what features there are on these ie any indication of a drop back? As not finding any info anywhere.
    Also how tricky is it to replace the mag wheels to change the sensitivity?
    I will only be using these on big fish waters in France with carp up to 60lb a sturgeon at over 100lb and cats exceeding 200lb, so really want to get the right alarms.
    All information will be greatly received and used in my final decision.
    Many thanks
    John

    • Lewis Read

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      Hi Mr Addison

      The roller wheels are extremely simply to swap over – just need to unscrew teh retaining pin a small philips screw driver.
      The standard 2 magnet roller wheel bleeps every 1cm, 4 magnet every 5mm and 6 magnet every 3.33 mm whether the indicator is lifting up or dropping back.
      They are teh only genuinely 100% waterproof buzzer on teh market as teh on fo swicth is contolled by a magnet inserted in eth buzzer cover and there isn’t a speaker…
      All in all ATT have come up with a truly superb little product !

  8. Jason dallaway

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    What are the alarms like when it comes to slack line fishing?

    • Gardner

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      Hi Jason

      The roller buzzer format of the ATTs head means that it is perfect for use whilst ‘slack lining’ with a light bobbin. The best way is to either have a ‘long drop’ with the weight indicator resting on the ground, or alternatively to have the bobbin supported by a Bug Cradle.

      If you use a light enough bobbin (we recommend our Nano-Bugs for this application), bite indication will invariably be a steady pull of the indicator straight up to the buzzer as the line is drawn taught and starts to cut through the water.

      Regards,
      The Gardner Team

  9. chris

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    Hi

    I have had two ATTs alarms for a couple of years now and the only problem I have with them is the plastic covers are too tight and it can be a bit of a pain getting the alarms out. I just recently bought a third alarm and the cover on this new one is great as it comes off and goes on really easily. I now wanted to buy a new cover for each my older alarms but my internet searches have been fruitless. Are replacement covers avaiable? If so do you know who stocks them?

    Many Thanks
    Chris

  10. John Newton

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    Had my ATT’s a couple of months now. Sold my second set of Delkims to fund the purchase.
    I am not disappointed. They are by far more reliable than my Delkims, especially in the damp. And, amazingly more sensitive. Yes, I know the reed system is more sensitive, but in an angling situation the sensitivity has to be turned down to eliminate false bleeps. With the ATT. its memory (somehow), removes these, and I am more aware of what is happening.
    Excellent product.
    Thanks
    John

  11. J Coupe

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    Just bought 3 ATTs Alarms, could you advise what the best bobbins would be for these allarms. I quite like the idea of the Fox spring lok but not sure if these would be ok with the ATTs

    • Gardner

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      We would recommend the Gardner Bug Indicators for this use or the Nano Bug Indicators.

      They come in a variety of sizes and colours, we would also suggest starting at the smaller sizes as you can always add weight to suit your needs.

      But really you can use any bobbin that you like as they will not affect the alarms.

      Regards,
      The Gardner Team

  12. adi nichols

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    i have had my ATTs alarms for about 7 months now and have used them in the depths of last winter when temperatures really did drop,and had no problems with them what so ever,well done on a great piece of kit,best alarms i’ve ever owned.

    • Gardner

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      Thank you very much for this comment. It is good to know that the products we supply meet the needs of the demanding angler.

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