Sheds and outbuildings


A padlock … it used to be good enough when the shed was there simply to keep your fork and spade dry.

Lawn mowers, chainsaws, bicycles, strimmers … the list is endless … why wait until you become a victim.

The first thing you should do is use the uWatch App to record pictures of your vulnerable valuables, the things that you store in and around the garden.

Its quick and easy to use the uWatch App to record a picture of your mower its distinguishing marks and serial numbers, the statue in your garden, the new racing bike in the shed.

Why do it? Because the police need the evidence of exactly what was stolen as

  • they have warehouses full of recovered but unidentified mowers, statues and racing bikes.
  • and without your evidence they can’t link the criminal they caught with a van full of stuff, to your stolen possessions.
  • the pictures are date and time stamped and can be used for positive identification and evidence by the police.
  • you can send the pictures to your insurance company and ask them for a better insurance quote.

Then install a uWatch Cube in your shed and one or two Bluetooth Shock sensors at vulnerable points like the back door.

  • You will get alerted even if thieves simply tried the door handle
  • and if something was stolen you will immediately be able to tell the police
  • the exact time this occurred so they can check local CCTV
  • and a picture of exactly what was stolen.

The uWatch system is approved under the Police’s “secured by design” scheme.

  • Totally portable and instantly deployable security.
  • That will detect crime as it is happening, help prevent crime and help solve it.”

The main features of The Cube are:

  1. PIR Sensor – Detects any movement within a 135 degree angle
  2. Camera – Takes Date and Time stamped photos with a wide angle lens
  3. Shock/Movement Sensor – If the cube is moved or knocked, you will be sent an alert
  4. Temperature Sensor – You can define a temperature range that if exceeded, you are sent an alert
  5. GPS – You can track your Cube’s location
  6. Bluetooth – Connects with additional movement tags

For more information please visit The Cube tab


What you need to get started

The Cube™

for 1 year

The uWatch Cube is the battery or mains powered communications hub of the uWatch system.

It uses a cross network SIM and the 2G cellular network, which means it works in the most remote locations.

The Cube (Day Time Camera)

Option 1
£238.80 incl VAT
(Includes 12-month SIM contract, all data and warranty)

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The Cube LL (Day & Night Time Camera)

Option 2
£330.00 incl VAT
(Includes 12-month SIM contract, all data and warranty)

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Bluetooth “Loop” Tag

£30.00 Incl VAT

The Tag is a Bluetooth movement sensor that can extend your Cube’s capacity and monitoring range, approximately 50m in a clear line of sight.

One cube can monitor up to 10 tags at the same time. You can attach your tags to door and window handles, shed doors or to any equipment using velcro coins, cable ties and screws, which we supply for every tag purchase.

If you have several tags around your home the alert sent to your phone from the Cube will specifically identify which Bluetooth tag it came from. You can name your tags, therefore allowing you to identify where the attempted burglary or break in was e.g. ‘Grey tag on shed door ’

If you attach a “Loop” Tag to a shed door and somoene attempts to use the shed door or move any equipment, with minimal force the movement sensor will ‘wake up’.

When a Tag is disturbed it broadcasts via Bluetooth for 30 minutes. Your cube will ‘wake up’ every 60 seconds to check whether any of the movement sensors have been disturbed. If the Cube detects no movement it will ‘sleep’ to save battery. If it detects the sensor has been moved, the Cube connects to the GSM network and sends an alert to your phone within 90 seconds.

Dust and Splash Proof Housing for Cube™

£28.00 Incl VAT


  • Waterproof enclosure for external applications
  • Mounting adapter which can be screwed or cable tied to a structure in your garden to provide optimum coverage of your outbuildings or sheds
  • Correctly mounting your Cube outside can improve communication between it and the movement sensors you also have outside