3 x FireAngel Easy Wire 230volt Smoke Alarms - £12.99 delivered at Boffer - HotUKDeals
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3x FireAngel Easy Wire 230volt Smoke Alarm with easy test and silence from existing light switch. The alarm is mains powered and wires into existing lighting circuits for ease of use and features a rechargeable power backup so no batteries are required. Ideal for new homes, refurbishments, extension or simply updating the smoke alarm system.

Features

•Alarm installs directly into existing lighting circuit, can also be used as a conventional hard wired alarm
• Easy flick alarm test and silence with the light switch
• Failsafe interconnect
• Integral, re-chargeable long-life lithium powerpack
• Suitable for any light fitting
• Lights to indicate alarm powered
• High grade sensing chamber
• 10 year warranty
• Slim, sleek design
• Certified to BS 5446-1:2000 by the Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB)
• No batteries required


FireAngel Protection level 5

Class leading in terms of performance and features, no battery maintenance is required for the life of the product.

THIS BOFFER IS FOR 3 FIREANGELS

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#1
Ring your local fire station and get fire alarms and alarm checks FOR FREE!
#2
spidermanalf
Ring your local fire station and get fire alarms and alarm checks FOR FREE!

Please - your advice is just misleading - you really need to read the Ops post properly before commenting , then you may just realis how daft your comment was.

If you have just had an extension on your house (as the OP clearly states) and need to comply with the building regs for providing fire alarms then the free fire alarms the fire service supply will NOT pass their inspection and you will not obtain a completion certificate ...... These alarms are hard-wired with battery back-up and are therefore suitable for new builds/extensions !! Hot from me ;)

Edited By: rooney10 on Jul 25, 2010 10:01: typo
#3
ordered :-D

H+R
#4
Will do my new build great. I like the test from light switch option.
#5
rooney10
spidermanalf
Ring your local fire station and get fire alarms and alarm checks FOR FREE!


Please - your advice is just misleading - you really need to read the Ops post properly before commenting , then you may just realis how daft your comment was.

If you have just had an extension on your house (as the OP clearly states) and need to comply with the building regs for providing fire alarms then the free fire alarms the fire service supply will NOT pass their inspection and you will not obtain a completion certificate ...... These alarms are hard-wired with battery back-up and are therefore suitable for new builds/extensions !! Hot from me ;)
Not sure if your reply is correct as these alarms are not interconnected as i think is expected in building regs now.
#6
owldin08
rooney10
spidermanalf
Ring your local fire station and get fire alarms and alarm checks FOR FREE!
Please - your advice is just misleading - you really need to read the Ops post properly before commenting , then you may just realis how daft your comment was.If you have just had an extension on your house (as the OP clearly states) and need to comply with the building regs for providing fire alarms then the free fire alarms the fire service supply will NOT pass their inspection and you will not obtain a completion certificate ...... These alarms are hard-wired with battery back-up and are therefore suitable for new builds/extensions !! Hot from me ;)
Not sure if your reply is correct as these alarms are not interconnected as i think is expected in building regs now.

I think you are right for new builds , but for extensions they do not have to be interconnecting otherwise you would be expecting people to re-wire their whole house because they added a bedroom ;)
I know we didnt need interconnecting for our extension last year.
Always best to check before purchasing anyway ;)

Edited By: rooney10 on Jul 25, 2010 11:35: typo
#7
Tesco were selling this brand of fire alarm for 63p each not so long ago.
#8
*roosterpots*
Tesco were selling this brand of fire alarm for 63p each not so long ago.


I dare to say Fire Angel make more than just the one fire alarm .... perhaps they were battery ones - similar to the ones the fire service fit for free perhaps ?
#9
rooney10
owldin08
rooney10
spidermanalf
Ring your local fire station and get fire alarms and alarm checks FOR FREE!
Please - your advice is just misleading - you really need to read the Ops post properly before commenting , then you may just realis how daft your comment was.If you have just had an extension on your house (as the OP clearly states) and need to comply with the building regs for providing fire alarms then the free fire alarms the fire service supply will NOT pass their inspection and you will not obtain a completion certificate ...... These alarms are hard-wired with battery back-up and are therefore suitable for new builds/extensions !! Hot from me ;)
Not sure if your reply is correct as these alarms are not interconnected as i think is expected in building regs now.


I think you are right for new builds , but for extensions they do not have to be interconnecting otherwise you would be expecting people to re-wire their whole house because they added a bedroom ;)
I know we didnt need interconnecting for our extension last year.
Always best to check before purchasing anyway ;)
Not need to rewire whole house , it is only a 3 core cable you run between the alarms.
#10
rooney10
*roosterpots*
Tesco were selling this brand of fire alarm for 63p each not so long ago.



I dare to say Fire Angel make more than just the one fire alarm .... perhaps they were battery ones - similar to the ones the fire service fit for free perhaps ?


Perhaps, i didnt look at the properly as ive already got mains installed fire alarms
(_;)

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