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E-on carbon monoxide alarm only £5.99 in home bargains hillsborough Sheffield. Had a few on the shelf .£20 on E-On website . Thought this looked a good deal .
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11 Likes #1
Quick....someone send one over to "Hev" :D
#2
pmsl!!!!X)
#3
Dealseeker43
Quick....someone send one over to "Hev" :D


I see... I thought she just fell asleep.. me gets now! X)
#4
lol...if only she shopped at home bargains ;)
1 Like #5
kazdean
lol...if only she shopped at home bargains ;)
She never had no money to go up the high street :D
#6
you been watching too much soaps
#7
Can't be to safe...and a bargain :P
7 Likes #8
I'm getting two so I can detect carbon dioxide.
#9
lol....at that price why not ;)
#10
i think that our heater leaks gas, everytime we put it on everyone feels sleepy after 30 mins
#11
This is an essential gadget the everyhome should have as it saves lives hot from me at this price
1 Like #12
Majnu
i think that our heater leaks gas, everytime we put it on everyone feels sleepy after 30 mins

you are joking right??????

If not then you're more than likely going to die if you take another chance. Its not a gas leak, its CO poisoning, if you don't die you're probably doing irreversible damage.

Please dont use it again before you get it checked out by a gas safe engineer.
#13
blackbanana118
Majnu
i think that our heater leaks gas, everytime we put it on everyone feels sleepy after 30 mins


you are joking right??????

If not then you're more than likely going to die if you take another chance. Its not a gas leak, its CO poisoning, if you don't die you're probably doing irreversible damage.

Please dont use it again before you get it checked out by a gas safe engineer.


no seriously i'm telling the truth, i think i'll get one of these to make sure
#14
You can have some heat if I manage to get one tomorrow!
#15
Hope i can get one tomorrow !
#16
Should be made law like smoke alarms on new builds
#17
Good spot, will look later.
#18
just check the parts per million
as the cheap one dont trigger that early here's alink on more info info
#19
rdwarr
I'm getting two so I can detect carbon dioxide.


love your avatar!!!
1 Like #20
Anyone who buys one please check the expiry date. As these alarms have a finite life, so will be interesting to know if that's the reason for cheap price.
#21
EVERY home with a gas or LPG boiler should have one!

Only two weeks ago mine went off due a leaking seal on our boiler and saved my Wife and children coming home in the evening to house full of the stuff.

I bought mine a few years ago after a friend had discovered the flu on his boiler had been leaking for a while and this was the cause of the headaches he had been getting, which is a symptom of mild exposure to carbon monoxide, so I can't recommend highly enough.
#22
if there's any left I'll check the expiry date today..I didn't buy one cos we got one from Aldi the other week for £11.99 which I thought was a good price...does say corgi approved and I seem to remember corgi have not been around for a few years ? but it also says 5 year warranty on the box.
#23
great spot and a very much needed device for family safety
#24
Majnu
blackbanana118
Majnu
i think that our heater leaks gas, everytime we put it on everyone feels sleepy after 30 mins


you are joking right??????

If not then you're more than likely going to die if you take another chance. Its not a gas leak, its CO poisoning, if you don't die you're probably doing irreversible damage.

Please dont use it again before you get it checked out by a gas safe engineer.


no seriously i'm telling the truth, i think i'll get one of these to make sure


Please - carbon monoxide poisoning is common. If you rent, your landlord might be legally obliged to check the appliance. If you own your house, you can get a free check if you're on any means-tested benefits and there's a pensioner or young child in the house.

Look at http://www.gassaferegister.co.uk/ for more info.
#25
Majnu
i think that our heater leaks gas, everytime we put it on everyone feels sleepy after 30 mins

if you think you got a gas leak buy a budgie
#26
Good price, B&Q are doing 2 for 20 at the moment if you dont have a home bargain near by
1 Like #27
Waste of money, Ive had one for years and its not gone off ONCE.
1 Like #28
Arstar
Anyone who buys one please check the expiry date. As these alarms have a finite life, so will be interesting to know if that's the reason for cheap price.


Date of MFG: 2009, 03, 02
Replace by date: 03, 2017

Apparently will auto shut off after 7 years of operation, but will need replacing by then anyway. I'm not sure on the accuracy, 30PPM is mentioned but not in direct relation to the product as such.

Read the Manual.

EDIT: Actually I suspect it is 30ppm, I hadn't read the bit about the digital readout but it states in there that any reading below 30ppm will not trigger the alarm.

Edited By: tek-monkey on Feb 16, 2011 14:49
#29
donalddraper
EVERY home with a gas or LPG boiler should have one!

Only two weeks ago mine went off due a leaking seal on our boiler and saved my Wife and children coming home in the evening to house full of the stuff.

I bought mine a few years ago after a friend had discovered the flu on his boiler had been leaking for a while and this was the cause of the headaches he had been getting, which is a symptom of mild exposure to carbon monoxide, so I can't recommend highly enough.


This!
Got one downstairs, didn't know they could expire! Learn something new every day ;D
#30
Majnu
i think that our heater leaks gas, everytime we put it on everyone feels sleepy after 30 mins

It could just be from your heater burning up the air in the room. Either way you should make sure that your room is adequately ventilated, your gas heater is tested and a carbon monoxide alarm is fitted.
#31
donalddraper
EVERY home with a gas or LPG boiler should have one!


Not what I got told by a heating engineer who was out to service our Worchester Bosch Combi boiler (gas)

I have one and have had for long enough, however he reckoned it was a waste of time as the boiler was designed so was no escape, not being into boilers I've no idea about this claim...but it cant hurt having it there
#32
i bought one today, thanks op, these are good made by kidde , even 3 duracells included!
#33
gogboy
I have one and have had for long enough, however he reckoned it was a waste of time as the boiler was designed so was no escape, not being into boilers I've no idea about this claim...but it cant hurt having it there


Windows is designed not to crash, doesn't mean it always performs as expected.
#34
tek-monkey
gogboy
I have one and have had for long enough, however he reckoned it was a waste of time as the boiler was designed so was no escape, not being into boilers I've no idea about this claim...but it cant hurt having it there


Windows is designed not to crash, doesn't mean it always performs as expected.


Good point...well made
#35
your welcome tillyfloss...glad you managed to get one..I know these Home Bargains deals are a bit hit and miss depending on the store..
#36
kazdean
lol...if only she shopped at home bargains ;)


Does Walford have a Home Bargains? Maybe Patrick should open one, cheaper than the crap he sell right now. X)
#37
£11 delivered at amazon.
#38
Arstar
Anyone who buys one please check the expiry date. As these alarms have a finite life, so will be interesting to know if that's the reason for cheap price.

Manufacture Date 2009. Expiry 2017.
#39
kazdean
if there's any left I'll check the expiry date today..I didn't buy one cos we got one from Aldi the other week for £11.99 which I thought was a good price...does say corgi approved and I seem to remember corgi have not been around for a few years ? but it also says 5 year warranty on the box.

Manufacture Date 2009. Expiry date 2017.

You're right Gas Safe replaced Corgi in April 2009. So at the time these were manufactured in 2009 (March) CORGI was still in place. Probably one of the reasons they are cheap.
#40
still got 6 years life in them...so £1 a year still seem pretty good

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