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Yale Easy Fit Telecommunicating Alarm - £139.00 (using exisiting customer code) @ Ironmongery Direct

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Posted today from costco for £175 but this one is 139 £ if you use code "XTRAU"
Megas Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago34 Comments
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Can anyone refer me to ironmongerydirect?
You get Amazon vouchers, I get 20% off.
You must've previously made an order over £45.
PM me if you still want to be referred.
Can anyone refer me to ironmongerydirect?

You get Amazon vouchers, I get 20% off.

You must've previously made an order over £45.
use code TD7F for 20% off brings it down to £158.40 delivered
Its stupid on part of this company but credit where it is due - £175 is still a very good price for this alarm. I am willing to be corrected if anyone know better price elsewhere!
I placed an order with these before and it was cancelled.....and they've done it again!

THIS COMPANY SHOULD BE BANNED FROM HERE
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Yale Easy Fit Telecommunicating Alarm 868MHz with Touch control ONLY £139.44 (with code for existing customers) with Next Day Delivery @ Ironmongery Direct

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Excellent alarm kit. Have used the previous model for couple of years and its been completely hassle free. This one uses the new 868MHz for less chance of interruption. Also will alert 3 phone numbers…
abusaleh Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago32 Comments
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Hi,

This is currently at £138.60 if you use the discount code XTRAU (30% off).
Can anyone confirm if a sim card can be inserted into the dialler or does it need to be wired up to the telephone line???
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code not working any suggestions

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code not working any suggestions
Order also cancelled. Dreadful customer service. They gave us 2 or 3 different reasons why we can't use this discount code. They make it up as they go along! Avoid....
These are so rubbish in compare with a wired alarms.

Also a burglar knows Yale alarm will not be linked to the monitoring stations.

I rip these out or any other wireless systems on a regular basis.
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Yale Easy Fit Telecommunicating Alarm £176.40 @ Ironmongery Direct

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This is an unbeatable price. On the site it sells for £252 (inc. VAT), but with the 30% off vouchers listed on HUKD it is reduced to £176.40. http://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/30-off-75-using-d…
Nemeus Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago31 Comments
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I posted that they cancel. The code is for the person it was sent too lol.

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I opened an account bought some mastic . then used code . all good so far no cancel :)
Booked the Order giving the discount code..and vendor cancelled the order saying it is applicable for existing customer .... frustating :(
just had my order cancelled the code is for existing customers only
i have the older model, have 6 ir sensors and 4 door contacts which cover my out houses as well as house, never been dissapointed, i would imagine these new models are amazing.
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Yale Premium Alarm Kit 6400 + extra PIR DETECTOR+NEXT DAY DELIVERY == @ Ironmongerydirect £125.00

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Yale Premium Alarm Kit 6400 + extra PIR DETECTOR or Door Detector( must be add to basket) +NEXT DAY DELIVERY ==125£ !!!!!!!!!! use at checkout code FPA5
TOM79 Avatar2y, 10m agoFound 2 years, 10 months ago64 Comments
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would not touch thèse cheap Yale alarms , visonic wireless alarms are the best and used by most security firms but cost à little more

No decent security company would ever install a wireless alarm. Far too problematic and easy to be defeated.

You sir, are full of ****

http://www.adt.co.uk/home-security/products#keyholder-response

Look at the comparison table. All wireless.

I've had this alarm 3 months and it's an absolute gem. You'll find most of the people posting negative comments on here are probably in the trade and worried about losing business to these user-friendly installations.


I'm really hoping a link to ADT is sarcasm.
Talk about a scam.
My order is not arriving today. Ive been told they do not give out codes to everyone just who the codes are sent to.
They said it is illegal for the codes to be posted and linked to their site.

Bumholes!
Ok , I take your point if you fit them ,you said you were a sparky which means an electrician to me , so no more relevant than me been a plater. If you had said you fitted them from the offset then I would have been more interested in what you had to say.



Edited By: snoopy18 on Jan 30, 2014 12:07: info
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RuudBullit
pcoltas
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yozzman1234
would not touch thèse cheap Yale alarms , visonic wireless alarms are the best and used by most security firms but cost à little more

No decent security company would ever install a wireless alarm. Far too problematic and easy to be defeated.

You sir, are full of ****

http://www.adt.co.uk/home-security/products#keyholder-response

Look at the comparison table. All wireless.

I've had this alarm 3 months and it's an absolute gem. You'll find most of the people posting negative comments on here are probably in the trade and worried about losing business to these user-friendly installations.




ADT fit wireless systems because its quick, and their engineers need very little training to install them, meaning its the cheapest option. I'm a sparky of 17 years, and i have a wired system in my property, and will never have a wireless. I'm not worried about losing money with these, as you'd be surprised at the amount of people who buy these and still employ a sparky to fit them. Also, the amount of cash made on a domestic alarm install is small as opposed to what i make on new builds, and commercial/industrial work, so i wouldn't care if i never fitted an alarm again. You ask most sparky's whether they have wired or wireless alarms at their own properties, most will have wired. That tells you everything you need to know. I'm not saying this isn't a good price. But, when people will spend £500 on a videogame system, £1000 on a telly, £400 on an ipad etc etc, £350 for a decent wired system to protect it all is a small investment, and excellent value for money. This is my personal opinion, and you're entitled to ignore it, but please bear in mind, adt are a multi million pound company, and champion wireless because they make so much more £££££££ fitting these rather than wired due to the installation cost.

You don`t say why these are so bad only that you don`t like them , have you ever had any experience with them
I have had these wireless ones over 10 years , it`s never not gone off when tested regularly.
At the end of the day they are more a visible deterrent anyway.
2 identical houses they will go for the one the alarm that`s my theory anyway

a decent quality wired system is both better quality than a wireless, and more reliable. i've offered my opinion, based on 17 years experience of a large range of different systems, you've offered me your opinion based on 10 years of 1 alarm system. i've never met a sparky who either a. has a wireless system at their own home, or b. would recommend a wireless above a wired, except in circumstances where installing the wiring might be problematic.
snoopy18
RuudBullit
pcoltas
compynei
yozzman1234
would not touch thèse cheap Yale alarms , visonic wireless alarms are the best and used by most security firms but cost à little more

No decent security company would ever install a wireless alarm. Far too problematic and easy to be defeated.

You sir, are full of ****

http://www.adt.co.uk/home-security/products#keyholder-response

Look at the comparison table. All wireless.

I've had this alarm 3 months and it's an absolute gem. You'll find most of the people posting negative comments on here are probably in the trade and worried about losing business to these user-friendly installations.




ADT fit wireless systems because its quick, and their engineers need very little training to install them, meaning its the cheapest option. I'm a sparky of 17 years, and i have a wired system in my property, and will never have a wireless. I'm not worried about losing money with these, as you'd be surprised at the amount of people who buy these and still employ a sparky to fit them. Also, the amount of cash made on a domestic alarm install is small as opposed to what i make on new builds, and commercial/industrial work, so i wouldn't care if i never fitted an alarm again. You ask most sparky's whether they have wired or wireless alarms at their own properties, most will have wired. That tells you everything you need to know. I'm not saying this isn't a good price. But, when people will spend £500 on a videogame system, £1000 on a telly, £400 on an ipad etc etc, £350 for a decent wired system to protect it all is a small investment, and excellent value for money. This is my personal opinion, and you're entitled to ignore it, but please bear in mind, adt are a multi million pound company, and champion wireless because they make so much more £££££££ fitting these rather than wired due to the installation cost.

Its not a sparky`s opinion I am interested in , it`s the burglars

very narrow minded. i've been installing/servicing/fault finding alarm systems for 17 years. in that time, i've never been to a property with a wired system that had been robbed. i've been to 2 properties that had wireless systems that had been robbed, who wanted to upgrade to a wired. so, even though i think wired are better than wireless, both are excellent visible deterrents.
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Yale Premium Alarm Kit @ Ironmongery Direct - £132.00

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Yale Premium Alarm Kit on sale with £17.50 off but there is also a 20% off code TD7F making the it £132 inclusive of VAT (prices on site show excluding VAT) which is a bargin as its on sale for £187 o…
danielfazz Avatar2y, 10m agoFound 2 years, 10 months ago15 Comments
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My order was cancelled. They pretended they called and spoke to a man, no men live in my house!
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i was thinking of getting one of these and an alarm guy ago lives by mine told me to stay away from the Yale ones as that are awful , even the taxi radios set them off when your out . he recommended one called visonic which i got and its great . but you can only get it from alarm suppliers .
I've had mine up for 6 years. so its total rubbish what he told u
Yale alarm boxes advertise that you are cheap and do not give a a flying monkeys about your security. A tripwire with a bell on it would be better than this rubbish!
Seriously, this company seem to have some issues!

Parcel due for delivery today and nothing arrives, order has gone off their system. Send them an email asking where it is and then get an email back saying there is a security problem so I call them. They say they can't deliver an alarm to a work address, then they say they cant deliver any first order to a work address, then you speak to someone else and it's not a problem and the parcel is on it's way.

Not holding my breath that this will turn up or that I'll be charged at the correct price?
Good alarm system. Never had a false alarm yet.
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EXPIRED- Yale Premium Alarm (+ EXTRAS) - IronmongeryDirect - £120.00 (ish)

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OK - so the easy to install and positively reviewed Yale Premium Alarm normally sells for about £160 IronmongeryDirect are selling it for £132.50 (ex VAT!!) which converts to around £160 with VAT.
jonnyclewlow Avatar2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago61 Comments
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I was already a member so they honoured one of my two orders.
No refund but they have sent me the £50 discount code.......!!!!!
sofiasar
Hi I need urgent help!! Yesterday I got mine fitted all went smooth and well. When finished it wasbok until 4 hours later a Red Triangle came up with BX BX 1.

How do I fix it plz as I can't use the alarm now :(

Sorry just looked at this thread now

Seems there may be a fault somewhere, check all your devices and ensure all batteries are full, make sure all devices are registered with the control panel

This was 3 days ago so you may have fixed it, pm me :)
Awful company
Same story order cancelled:(
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Yale Premium Alarm Kit £159.00 incl free next day delivery @ Ironmongery Direct

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I have one of these. It's a decent alarm and this seems to be a good price these days (I paid less but that was about 5 years ago). Blurb: • The Premium Alarm is Yale's top-of-the-range hous…
joshm Avatar3y, 1m agoFound 3 years, 1 month ago13 Comments
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Would I have to get an electrician to fit this?

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No, it is wireless. But you do need a sturdy ladder and a powerful drill to drill three holes into the wall to put up the yellow big alarm! It is one of the easiest things to installed and make sure the yellow alarm high up on the wall as someone did report theirs stolen!
Can anyone who has installed one of these kits please tell me what size drill bit they used when mounting the siren and also what can I use as suitable packing material for placing behind the tamper switch??
If I was spending money on a wireless alarm, I'd spend a little more and get either a Texecom Premier Elite or Pyronix Enforcer. Much better alarms with many more features and far more secure.
kkms
Surely the same product purchased from screwfix is better... ???which is what I've posted as a deal on hear...???? VAT INCLUDED and free delivery. Ordered mine on Friday morning and had it delivered on Saturday morning.


This deal is (ever so slightly) cheaper and also includes VAT and next day delivery. So it's a better deal for many (apart from those that prefer to buy from Screwfix). They're both good deals, and it's perfectly valid to have both posted. So my advice is to let the voters decide, and don't take it personally. I voted your deal hot.


Edited By: joshm on Oct 13, 2013 07:59: .
Surely the same product purchased from screwfix is better... ???which is what I've posted as a deal on hear...???? VAT INCLUDED and free delivery. Ordered mine on Friday morning and had it delivered on Saturday morning.
Link to my deal:
http://m.hotukdeals.com/deals/yale-premium-wireless-alarm-kit-159-99-screwfix-1679117
This should be the link to my deal



This should be the link to my deal
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Yale 6400 Premium Alarm System Delivered £162.00 @ Ironmongery Direct

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I bought and fitted this system couple years ago and been happy with it (paid alot more £165+) Its easy to fit being wireless. My sister wanted the alarm too and this is the cheapest i could find…
mrT786 Avatar3y, 3m agoFound 3 years, 3 months ago9 Comments
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£159.99 at screwfix.....
These are the worst alarm systems on the market outside of the Friedland ones.

They have virtually no functionality compared to alarms not much more expensive.

They are easy to intentionally and accidentally jam.

The newer Yale ones using 868MHz are much better but once you are spending that much you might as well get a Texecom Ricochet system or Pyronix Enforcer.
I have been looking at this for the past 4 weeks. Hoping that the price may drop even more as our neighbour was broken into last month and they have since had one fitted.

Looking on the net people suggested getting the latest version that uses the newer frequency band for less interference.

However as the OP suggest this is good for the usual deterrent and will call up to 3 numbers if the alarm is triggered.

Edited By: Super Noob on Aug 14, 2013 17:24
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plus vat it is is £162

Thanks, i just noticed that now when i proceed to buy it.

Ive edited the deal.
Cheers mate, I had this in my amazon basket for close to 3 weeks now. The add-ons such as additional PIR and keyfobs are cheaper on amazon
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Yale Premium wireless Alarm kit £162.00 Free P&P with Next Day Delivery @ ironmongerydirect

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Have been looking to get a Yale HSA6400 and found this place selling it £162.00. Cannot find it anywhere for under £199, so hope this helps someone, mine is on it's way :)
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Yale Premium Alarm Kit (HSA6400) £162.00 delivered @ IronmongeryDirect

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Cheapest I could find at the moment even though they've been cheaper in the past. Worth noting that they need a landline for verification of your order before they can send it out. Ordered mine l…
Tdrtnlz Avatar3y, 7m agoFound 3 years, 7 months ago14 Comments
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Personally, I would avoid these alarms.

From a pure electronic security viewpoint they are not very good. They are easily jammed. Might not be an issue for you.

But they are really lacking in functionality as well.
do these have double knock sensors , or do they trigger false alarms a lot?
Was just checking homebase and the likes for their usual bank Holiday 20% off offers and the like...

£250 @Homebase!!!

Very tempted at £135, any ideas if these are animal friendly?

EDIT: Its £135+VAT so still £162


Edited By: J1135 on May 03, 2013 08:18: a
£135 now
Why do you need to ring the house to find out if they're home? Far often there's been people knocking on doors and claiming "oh sorry, wrong house". Easier way to see if anyone's at home, so make sure you have sensor triggers in every room and maybe even hide the main control system out of sight.
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Expanding foam £2.85 + £5.95 del. @ IrongomeryDirect.co.uk £8.80

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cheap expanding foam. Delivery is free over £54 spend or get 12 for £31.68 http://www.ironmongerydirect.co.uk/Products/Sealants_and_Adhesives/Foam_and_Fillers/167001/soudafoam_1k_b3_foam_hand_h…
elisadia Avatar3y, 10m agoFound 3 years, 10 months ago4 Comments
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You can figure you are going to go cold when the delivery price is double the purchase price....
still cheaper than in wickes though

If this really was cheaper than retailers with p&p included you should have posted the deal as "Expanding foam £8.80 delivered". Then went on to list prices at other places. It is all in presentation.
i didn't know how much was it at Wickes, but had checked after people voted cold so then compared what u can get somewhere else. Got my delivery and v happy with stuff as it's v good quality
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You can figure you are going to go cold when the delivery price is double the purchase price....
still cheaper than in wickes though

If this really was cheaper than retailers with p&p included you should have posted the deal as "Expanding foam £8.80 delivered". Then went on to list prices at other places. It is all in presentation.
BeerGoggles
You can figure you are going to go cold when the delivery price is double the purchase price....
still cheaper than in wickes though
You can figure you are going to go cold when the delivery price is double the purchase price....
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Yale Premium Alarm Kit £130.00 @ Ironmongery Direct

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• The Premium Alarm is Yale's top-of-the-range house alarm that will ring you when triggered, for the ultimate peace of mind • The telecommunicating panel performs all the functions of the standard…
saminatambe Avatar3y, 11m agoFound 3 years, 11 months ago6 Comments
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Get it pretty cheap at HOMEBASE with the 20% Discount code DISC20...
works out at £144
You need to add VAT to that price so it is £156....
What's wrong with the links? Seem to have been hijacked?
Had this for 6 months and can recommend it. Fairly easy set up. Can silence the alarm remotely by phone if you think it's a false alarm
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Yale Premium Alarm Kit - £162.00 inc VAT (Free Delivery) @ Ironmongery Direct

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Excellent alarm system with very good reviews. I have just fitted my one and I am very happy with it. Next day delivery was also free! This is a special deal URL. When you navigate through the si…
MazMazMaz Avatar4y, 9m agoFound 4 years, 9 months ago17 Comments
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why is this cold!!!! does anyone have any better recommendation than this one?????

Don't know why this is cold, still seems the cheapest available right now?
Just taken the plunge and bought one
why is this cold!!!! does anyone have any better recommendation than this one?????
There should be a button on them, you simply go to the "add device" option in the control panel menu, then press the button and thats it :)
As for fitting it i too am not very diy friendly. With the main control panel you have to drill 2 holes and attach a bracket to the walls via the holes, then the main panel clips on to the bracket. For the pirs and contacts, you can choose to either drill a hole and attach them that way or use double sided sticky tape.

I forgot to mention aswell that every thing is tamper proof, for instance if any one messed with the bell box or some how managed to touch the pir/contact it would set off the alarm.

Hope that helps.
Thanks, i may order one, this was in screwfix before christmas for £160 as well, but its gone back up.
How "easy" is this alarm to fit for someone that is not very DIY friendly?
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Yale Premium ALarm HSA6400 Reduced to £129.00 @ Ironmongery Direct

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The Premium Alarm is Yale's top-of-the-range house alarm that will ring you when triggered, for the ultimate peace of mind. The telecommunicating panel performs all the functions of the standard contr…
pingusbrother Avatar6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago12 Comments
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this is a good system, wireless and calls you.
Nothing to do with this system, but just to let you know, if your alarm goes off while your on holiday and you call teh police becuase this alarm has called you, dont expect the police to come around and check. They asked me if it a monthly subscription alarm, i said no, they said its our policy not to come out to you, unless a neigbour sees something suspicious.

I thought what the ???? how much is pay as you go POLICE? can I do TOPUP?

heat added though, also to point out you can active and deactive via telephone system


I know its a bit delayed but I hope you rang back 5 mins later and put on a neighbours voice
Does anyone know if this the pet friendly one? Can see the one described as being pet friendly here...

http://www.quicksafe.co.uk/Yale-premium-alarm-pet.htm

Describes it as HSA6400P but the image shows the box as being HSA6400. As you can imagine this is hurting my brain!? Help!
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we paid £189 for this from Tesco a couple of months ago, good alarm, very easy to install, we took the husband about 3hrs
That's a typical wife quote isn't it :D
isn't it just ;)
How often do you have to replace the batteries in the PIRs, Door Contacts etc?

EDIT: Oh and, any idea the cost of a couple of Remotes?

Thank you in advance.

Edited By: Blasphemous on Nov 04, 2010 21:37: .
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£151.57 including VAT.


Well spotted, but still seems to be a good price at £151