Posted: Sun 7th Jan 2024

North Wales Police offer SmartWater discount

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Sunday, Jan 7th, 2024

Have you ever considered adding an extra layer of security to your precious belongings?

North Wales Police are highlighting an innovative solution: SmartWater, a forensic marking liquid that makes your valuables traceable.

Received a new gadget or valuable item this Christmas or have items of value in your property?

SmartWater offers a way to ensure these items can be traced back to you if they are ever stolen or lost.

This liquid, when applied to an item, is invisible to the naked eye but glows bright green under UV light.

The technology behind SmartWater is akin to DNA.

Each bottle contains a completely unique chemical code, registered to a specific household or business and its occupants or owners.

This means any item marked with SmartWater from that bottle can be traced back to its rightful owner.

In a bid to enhance community security, North Wales Police are currently offering SmartWater at a discounted price.

Originally priced at £59.50, a home security pack is available for just £25 using a special discount code.

A single bottle of SmartWater can mark up to eighty items, which, with the discount, works out at an economical 30p per item. This makes it a highly affordable yet effective way to safeguard your belongings.

For those interested in learning more about SmartWater or how to purchase it using the discount code, North Wales Police have made it easy to get in touch. Community members can contact Owen Prentice directly at owen.prentice@northwales.police.uk for further information or any queries.

 

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