Compustar 4905S-Kit 2-Way Remote Start System | $350 | Best Buy
It’s February. It’s fucking cold outside, ok? It was -18 degrees Fahrenheit the other day here in Minnesota. Normally $600, this Compustar 4905S-Kit 2-way remote start system for $250 off is a really good deal now that you are potentially in the middle of a winter of getting into a cold car day after day.
And I know, I know—we’ve had remote start deals in the past for as low as $250. But you know what? This remote start deal is extra nice because it’s a 2-way system, meaning you can confirm on the remote that your car has started. So don’t ya’ll even Compu-start with me in the comments about how there was a remote start deal for $250 cause they’re different, ok?
Plus, installation even includes app access, which means you can control your car’s remote start and locking system using your phone or your new remote. Another plus: Consider the investment in being able to not only start your car in the morning to warm it up from your toasty bed right now, but to also be able to cool down your car from the grocery store checkout line on a future hot summer day. Seriously, think about it— remembering that summer exists is the only thing getting me through my Minnesota winter.
There may be an additional cost if your car needs a T-harness to make this system compatible. I checked with my car specs, and it looks like an additional $32 if I were to get this deal, just as an example of what to expect. You will be prompted to enter your car’s make and model information before checking out to be sure that this remote start system is compatible with your vehicle and it will show you then if there is any added cost.
For the mobile access, which is via the DroneMobile service, you have a free 30-day trial after installation. According to Best Buy: “Plans require additional fee with no contract or annual commitment. Pause or cancel service at any time. There are no reactivation charges.”
I think that about covers it. What are you waiting for?
This deal was originally published by Elizabeth Lanier on 1/17/21 and was updated with new information on 2/20/21.