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Kidde Carbon Monoxide Basic Alarm Twin Pack. £19.99 @ Argos

£19.99 @ Argos
Cheapest they have been. Product Description/Spec Kidde Carbon Monoxide Basic Alarm Twin Pack. With this Kidde twin pack of alarms you can keep your home and family protected from the silent … Read More
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9m, 4w agoFound 9 months, 4 weeks ago
Cheapest they have been.

Product Description/Spec

Kidde Carbon Monoxide Basic Alarm Twin Pack.

With this Kidde twin pack of alarms you can keep your home and family protected from the silent danger of the highly poisonous gas carbon monoxide. Ideal for positioning in two areas of the home, should carbon monoxide be detected, an 85 decibel alarm will alert you.

Hush button operation.

Test button operation.

6 year sensor life.

Batteries required: 3 x AA (included) .

Size H14, W14, D3.8cm.

Weight 0.27kg.

Manufacturer's 7 year guarantee.

EAN: 0047871081769.
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I've had these in the past and whilst I'd agree with ghostm4n about buying an alarm without delay if you haven't got one, I would recommend the Fireangel CO-9D over the kidde one. When the batteries start to go on these they will trigger and it's not hugely clear from the instructions if it's detecting a low level of carbon monoxide or the batteries are running low. At 3am in the morning when it's firing off, you just want to know whether or not to get your family out of the house or you just need new batteries, not blearily leaf through the instructions trying to interpret intermittent beeping. The Fireangel has got a proper display which shows the actual CO levels as well as historical levels and a clear indication if there is a problem. Also has a thermometer built in as an added bonus. I realise you only get one for the price but it's nice to see at a glance exactly what the CO levels are, not wait 30 second intervals for a barely visible green LED to blink.

Edited By: Joefez on Aug 30, 2016 16:36

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3 Likes #1
Bargain at any price
2 Likes #2
A must for any home with a gas supply.
#3
Cold, £11 from LEC
#4
thecoolguy
Cold, £11 from LEC
Link ??? And what is LEC (_;)

Edited By: ukmonkey on Aug 29, 2016 20:19
#5
ukmonkey
thecoolguy
Cold, £11 from LEC
Link ??? And what is LEC (_;)
superlecdirect
1 Like #6
thecoolguy
ukmonkey
thecoolguy
Cold, £11 from LEC
Link ??? And what is LEC (_;)
superlecdirect


Can only find single with smoke detector not twin pack
#8
Is this the cheapest? I also cannot find it on superlecdirect..
#9
thecoolguy
ukmonkey
thecoolguy
Cold, £11 from LEC
Link ??? And what is LEC (_;)
superlecdirect
LEC website they are £11.40 each plus postage

So over £28

Edited By: ukmonkey on Aug 29, 2016 20:49
#10
http://www.superlecdirect.com/p-co1sa6-kidde-carbon-monoxide-and-smoke-detector-dual-pack-co1sa6/

£11.34 for smoke and CO detector from LEC

The smoke detector is ionization only so it will be poor at detecting smoldering fires. Will still save your life though.
1 Like #11
ukmonkey
A must for any home with a gas supply.
Or open fire, wood burner etc.
1 Like #12
Good price, just remember to position them correctly
1 Like #13
Cheers OP been looking for a good price on these for a long time.
#14
loundy
Good price, just remember to position them correctly
My boiler is in a cupboard, do I put it out side or inside the cupboards ?
1 Like #15
ukmonkey
loundy
Good price, just remember to position them correctly
My boiler is in a cupboard, do I put it out side or inside the cupboards ?


Outside of the cupboard not near a window or door and if I remember exactly it's 150mm (6inches) down from the ceiling
1 Like #16
Just ordered one from amazon if anyone is interested. £12.00 on prime, Life Saver Carbon Monoxide Alarm.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Life-Saver-Carbon-Monoxide-Alarm/dp/B00CXLMGVK/ref=zg_bs_1939547031_1
2 Likes #17
loundy
ukmonkey
loundy
Good price, just remember to position them correctly
My boiler is in a cupboard, do I put it out side or inside the cupboards ?
Outside of the cupboard not near a window or door and if I remember exactly it's 150mm (6inches) down from the ceiling
Better still, follow the instructions...
Install the alarm more than 2 metres from fuel burning appliances, and ideally no more than 4 metres away.
If wall-mounting, install at eye-level (approx 1.5m), and at least 30cm from adjoining walls or ceiling
Do not wall-mount within 30cm of the ceiling as this is a “dead air” space.
#18

Not the same thing?.

Plus your 'job lot' is more with a mini Commercial Kitchen in mind?, the OP's is for standard Home Use only? (mainly anyway?), lol. :-)
#19
Heat. These are so important especially if you have a boiler placed in the kids bedroom. Also if anyone is worried about breaking up a £20 check out the rocket league deal gaining tons of heat today
#20
If anyone is a COSTCO member, these are on offer there for less than £9 each.
1 Like #21
Worth taking on holiday too. You never know how badly maintained boilers are at that lovely holiday home you are staying in.
4 Likes #22
Ummm. Carbon monoxide detector built into your phone. Now that would be a feature I would like to see
#23
Ordered heat added. Thanks
#24
Hocus
Cheers OP been looking for a good price on these for a long time.


That's insane. I wouldn't want to go a single day without one of these, so whilst I like a bargain as much as the next guy, potentially saving a couple of quid on one of these shouldn't stop anyone from going out and buying one today. It really could just save your life, bargain or not.

If you do not have one, buy one now. Literally now. Buy it and put it up today.
#25
An essential item thanks OP. If you do not need one instantly then they have been under £10 each in previous deals eg at ASDA and Amazon.
#26
If you have your gas boiler on one floor and a gas fire on another should you have two?
1 Like #27
ron burgandy
If you have your gas boiler on one floor and a gas fire on another should you have two?
Yes, definitely.
2 Likes #28
cheers op!
#29
heat added. just moved into new house with log burner and pretty old boiler so these are a must have. cheers OP
#30
When I click to collect from any of my local stores the alarm changes to an older looking round one. Anyone having this problem?
#31
Probably about time to renew mine (they have a finite lifetime). Cheers OP.
#32
Bought it, thanks op.
#33
STUkrugen
If anyone is a COSTCO member, these are on offer there for less than £9 each.

Is this in store only? I cannot find it online

Is it worth the extra to get the Kidde Carbon Monoxide alarm with a display?
#34
You have to laugh at the following question and answer on the Argos website:-

524 days ago
The spec says that the sensor will last 6 years but the manufacturers warranty is for 7 years. How does that work?


523 days ago
Hi Stuart,

I have since looked into this and can confirm that this device has both a 7 year manufacturers warranty and a 7 year sensor lifespan.

I will get this amended on our website.

Thanks for using Argos Q&A.



Still not changed. :)
#35
ukmonkey
A must for any home with a gas supply.
Or real fire, wood burner, or you live in a terrace, joined property.
#36
Carbon monoxide sinks, so doesn't have to be up high like a smoke alarm
Keep near appliances that may give off CO like boiler
#37
DennisG
Carbon monoxide sinks, so doesn't have to be up high like a smoke alarm
Keep near appliances that may give off CO like boiler
Carbon Monoxide is slightly lighter than air so it will tend to rise, not sink.
#38
mart321
When I click to collect from any of my local stores the alarm changes to an older looking round one. Anyone having this problem?
It's the one in the pic the round ones are just an old pic
#39
Delbert Grady
DennisG
Carbon monoxide sinks, so doesn't have to be up high like a smoke alarm
Keep near appliances that may give off CO like boiler
Carbon Monoxide is slightly lighter than air so it will tend to rise, not sink.


oO I stand corrected
#40
We have these. They are LOUD, just what you need. I recommend them

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