Khoachongtrom Minh-T Plans To Add Motorcycle Alarm System in Their Line of Products

Khoachongtrom Minh-T has announced their new offering of Motorcycle alarm system, which is vibration-sensitive and emits a loud noise to ward off potential thieves.

September 11, 2019 / / —

Vietnam has roads filled with motorcycles. They are a fun and agile way to commute. Motorcycles can cut through traffic jams as no other vehicle can. Manufacturers are always looking for ways to make these vehicles more fuel-efficient and comfortable.

However, very few manufacturers address the issue of security. Parked motorcycles are an easy target for thieves and burglars. The light stature of bikes and scooters make it easy for them to move without causing much commotion or attracting attention. In conditions like these, bike owners are trying to take safety measures to protect their property.
The motorcycle alarm system is the best solution that has delivered results all around the world. These alarms are designed to make noise and attract attention when someone tries to move it using force.

According to sources, Khoachongtrom Minh-T is rolling out their new line of alarm system for motorcycles. Motorcycle accessories that the company has been offering have some good reviews from satisfied customers. According to their client base, products sold by the e-commerce website are very well curated and tested. There are hardly any negative comments on their services.

The company has delivered customers with anti-theft locks, GPS navigation devices, camera equipment and many more. They are also considered one of the leading suppliers of electric scooter charger. Their promise of 100% customer satisfaction stands true when the existing buyers are surveyed. Learn more at

Mr. Pham is one of their customers who were surveyed. He has said that "There are very few sellers that provide benefits like Minh-T. Their products have never malfunctioned. Their customer service is impeccable." With the announcement of new motorcycle alarm system products, the company has created a speculator buzz in the market. They were already enjoying a significant stronghold in the market.

With the release of their new offering, there is a substantial chance that will be capturing a much larger chunk of the market. The alarm system that has been planned to roll-out is speculated to come in different models from top international manufacturers.The CEO of the company had recently said in a press conference that, "Our line of motorcycle alarm systems will be equipped with latest vibration sensors to ensure accuracy of service,” When one of their chief managers was asked, she said the alarms would be extremely loud so that it can scare away potential thieves and attract attention in case anyone exerts an external force on the bikes.

About The Company:
Khoachongtrom Minh-T is a company based in Vietnam that has accumulated an excellent market reputation with its impeccable offerings and after-sales services. The vehicle accessories they provide include a wide range of products like anti-theft locks, GPS navigation devices, smart keys and now motorcycle alarm system.

Contact Details:

Contact Info:
Name: Joey
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Organization: Khoachongtrom Minh-T
Address: 191A Nguyen Chi Thanh, Ward 12, District 5, HCMC
Phone: +84 979.727.282


Release ID: 88917716

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