Bull Products launches new Cygnus Alarms Website

Bull Products have launched a new website and LinkedIn showcase page for Cygnus Alarms. The newly revamped website can be found at www.cygnusalarms.com and showcases our in-house manufactured wireless alarm system.

Navigating the site, you will be able to view our range of wireless fire alarms, detectors and accessories. Viewers from the UK browsing our range of products on offer will be redirected to our UK store at Bull Products, whilst those visiting from Australia, or New Zealand will automatically be redirected to our suppliers overseas. Likewise, the website will detect your location and show you the relevant certificates for our products as well as sending any contact enquiries to the relevant offices based on GeoIP.

The website is multilingual, multi-purpose, and will be updated with new features as time progresses including a new feature coming soon allowing you to view a range of ‘how-to videos’ for our Cygnus products including programming the alarms. This is a great way to show how easy the system is to use and gives customers an insight into the backend of the system before a purchase is made.

We have also created a showcase page on LinkedIn where we will be posting relevant product and industry news. The showcase page can be found at https://www.linkedin.com/company/cygnus-wireless-alarm-system and we invite you to follow us for the latest news.


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