2011UKCARP MAGAZINE 55 SEPTEMBER 6TH 2011THESE ALARMS are very well priced considering the features they come with. Three and four-alarm sets, at £50 and £60, are available too. In this twin-alarm set you get a carrying case that holds a pair of alarms, a receiver and the batteries, all ready to go. Each head has four settings for tone, sensitivity and volume. It also has drop-back indication, night sensors and super-bright LEDS. The receiver has a digital display numbered to match the corresponding alarm, hence number one bleeps and a No1 symbol appears on the display - a very handy feature for distinguishing which rod needs attention. You also get vibration alert, tone and volume, and a receiving range of up to 120m (not that you should ever be that far from your rods). The heads and receiver are small, good looking, and easy to set up and use. My set has done several day sessions now and not missed a beat, despite a couple of really hot days and two torrential downpours. I was pleasantly surprised by these alarms and didn't find anything to dislike about them - even the sound is nice and crisp. They are good value and give every angler the chance to either put out an extra rod while floatfishing or try specimen carp fishing for the first time. CARP KINETICS INTERCOM TWIN ALARM AND WIRELESS RECEIVER SET "The heads and receiver are small, good looking, and easy to set up and use"www.dragoncarpdirect.comFeature-packed Offer price £40Each numbered alarm is keyed to the digital receiver.Confusion is eliminated with the receiver display.Controls for tone, on/off, volume and sensitivity are positive and logical.