Community Watch

  • Working Together: A Community Watch or Neighbourhood Watch group is a collection of people who want to protect their property in a given area. They work together to protect themselves from thieves. Often this is just the passing of information but it can be so much more.
  • uWatch Community: Imagine a neighbourhood community where all members deployed a uWatch Cube in sheds, monitoring gates and items of value. Should any member experience trespass or theft, the uWatch alerts could be shared in real time and dynamically amongst the community. Such knowledge could help thwart thieves sweeping through regions and could allow communities to be less reliant on under resourced police forces focussing on more serious crimes.
  • Real Evidence: The Community Watch will be providing police with real evidence and all the information they need to start an investigation and to prosecute criminals. They will have a timestamp of an illegal entry, full details of anything stolen including photos, dates purchased and serial numbers. And even possibly a photo of the burglar at the time of the crime.
  • Escalate Alerts to a Coordinator: If there is an alert both the resident and the area coordinator get a copy. Together they can determine the best course of action, which may involve contacting the police. A clear picture showing an intruder on site communicated to the police by the coordinator should result in immediate action.
  • Asset Register: Community members take pictures of valuables on the uWatch Asset Register that comes with the APP, and should they be stolen, members can immediately share this information with the police and insurance companies.

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



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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 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 break in was e.g. ‘Grey tag on shed door’

If you attach a “Loop” Tag to the door handles or equipment, if somoene uses the handle or picks up the 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 to provide optimum coverage of the outside of your home
  • Correctly mounting your Cube outside can improve communication between it and the movement sensors you also have outside