At Bassell Lab, we know what’s important. Home, family, pets – these are the things that make life worth living, and being able to confidently protect those things we love so much is something we all need.

With that in mind, we wanted to create something to give people peace of mind when it comes to how they can protect their homes and those things and people in their homes that matter so much. For months, we worked tirelessly, researching the most innovative, up-to-date and effective security solutions.

We spent countless hours comparing and testing out home safety products, home automation devices and, most importantly, home security companies in order to find the right protection for your home.

What We Do

At BassellLab, we aim to answer three main questions about home security companies and products:

  • How do these things work?
  • How well do these things work?
  • Are these things worth your money?

Once we’ve researched products thoroughly enough to answer these questions, we share that information with you. We’re here to help. We want to give you ideas about the best and most effective devices that can make your home more convenient, easier and, most importantly, safer.

Our motto: “Live safe, and buy smart.”

How We Do It

We’re always looking for the best and most innovative solutions for your needs when it comes to safety and home security. When we find something amazing that can make your life easier and safer, we research it until we can’t possibly research it anymore. We don’t simply research the products online. We actually test them ourselves to see how well they work.

If a product passes our rigorous testing process, we then recommend it to you. However, even the best products have their flaws, and that’s how we present them to you, with all their amazing features displayed and their faults exposed. We never pull any punches, and we never recommend a product we can’t stand behind 100%.

The best thing is that we get to do all this for you absolutely for free. We develop partnerships with companies who allow us to test their products for free, so that we, in turn, can make recommendations (or not) to you as we see fit.

These partnerships and this free merchandise do not affect our reviews in any way, and the companies with which we partner know we won’t recommend a product unless we feel it’s worth recommending. We also don’t make money off the products we recommend, so you don’t have to worry about that swaying our reviews either.

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