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If retailers want to display stock but want to keep a grip on goods the MultiGrip security tag from CBES Security Systems provides a solution, the firm reports.

Having high-value goods on open display is proven to increase sales but if you want to deter opportunist theft an unobtrusive security system is key. The MultiGrip tag is an option, operating on both AM and RF EAS (electronic article surveillance) systems.

Fully adjustable to fit a wide variety of products, the tag is locked with a twist and push action, and released by pressing on the high strength magnetic detacher. A 90 decibel alarm will be activated within the tag if the protective wire is cut. The tag will activate the EAS pedestal alarm if passed through the system.

The tag is suitable, it is claimed, for securing boxed electrical goods, boxed computer software, expensive homeware items and even premium beer and food products, making it suitable for a range of retail outlets, both large and small. All tags are fitted with a three-year replaceable battery, and orders can be customised in company colours and printed with a logo as required.

CBES also offers the Mouse Tag. The neat (24 by 11 by 43mm) tag and lanyard combination can be attached to awkward items in seconds, it is claimed, and operates on AM or RF security systems. The design ensures that the tag and lanyard are always kept together to save time and effort in securing valuable merchandise.

The Mouse Tag is compatible with most magnetic release detachers, making it a cost-effective choice for fashion outlets, shoe retailers and department stores alike. While supplied as standard in white/grey with a 60mm white lanyard, the device can also be custom made with colour and lanyard length to suit.

For further information please contact CBES Security Systems on 0161 785 4550 or visit:

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