The remote simply has, lock, unlock and boot open buttons.
Previously the boot pop function required pressing both the lock and unlock buttons together at the same, which was rather tricky if you had anything in your hands that you wanted to place in the boot!
As with all current Cobra alarms, double tapping the lock button will allow the alarm to arm with the ultrasonics disabled, and a third press will disable the AUX 2 input which can be used for a tilt sensor.
Like the two button version, it’s waterproof and hard wearing and comes with a decent sized keyring hole so won’t fall apart like the AVS waterproof remote.
Great option with the AK4615
The remote can be added to the AK4615 CAN-BUS upgrade alarm which is very useful if you only have one factory remote and require another. Or if you simply want a top quality cobra system and want boot pop option which the AK4198 does not offer. The AK4615 can also use a Cobra 2 button remote if the car does not have boot pop, as well as the O/E remote.
I’ll leave you with a quick video showing the boot pop in action along with must be one of the smallest boots ever!
I’ll update this and and when I know what other Cobra alarms it will work with.