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Kidde Carbon Monoxide Basic Alarm Twin Pack (Great present for family) £22.49 @ Argos Free C&C

£22.49 @ Argos
Keep your family safe this Christmas : 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 … Read More
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7m, 5d agoFound 7 months, 5 days ago
Keep your family safe this Christmas :

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.
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4 Likes #1
Got a couple of these, add a couple of smoke alarms and a heat detector in the kitchen and you are sorted. Nearly succumbed to CO poisoning due to a faulty gas fire. Luckily someone knocked at the front door. You really cannot tell that is happening. Take a portable one with you in hols as well. Heat.
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Every time I get a headache it's the first thing I check. Mine went off in April, checked the boiler, sure enough a yellow flame. None of us had any signs of poisoning.. The first gas safe engineer asked ME how the boiler came apart, asked me to print off service manual then told me I needed a new boiler.
Called another engineer, recommended most locals to give me a quote on a boiler. He told me no service had been done and I watched as he removed the main burner filter, 99% clogged. Alarm possibly saved my life, AJ heating saved me thousands. Don't trustatrader now unless recommended by friends.
#3
Life savers...
1 Like #4
Your local fire service may give you smoke and carbon monoxide detectors for free. check their website.
1 Like #5
is this a good trustworthy brand?

I see lots of cheap chinese ones on ebay but am loath to trust them
#6
Just reserved mine, being meaning to get one for ages
#7
I can't wait to see my wee boy's face when he sees Santa has brought him this. He'll be so excited. :p
#8
Voted cold as everyone can get these installed for free!
#9
suzie_j7
Voted cold as everyone can get these installed for free!
Where? Link please.
#10
suzie_j7
Voted cold as everyone can get these installed for free!
Could you advise us how to get these for free. Contacted my local fire service and they only give out smoke alarm (not CO2 alarm) for rented accommodation or the elderly.
#11
Super Noob
suzie_j7
Voted cold as everyone can get these installed for free!
Could you advise us how to get these for free. Contacted my local fire service and they only give out smoke alarm (not CO2 alarm) for rented accommodation or the elderly.

Also good find OP, as these normally go for £15 each.
#12
Please share how you get them for free do you have to be elderly or on benefit. Is it for everyone
1 Like #13
suzie_j7
Voted cold as everyone can get these installed for free!


Think thats very irresponsible thing to say. They're free for the needy, not everyone phoning up their local fire service requesting them. If I thought the elderly or disabled in some way were going without, while someone who could well afford this was taking up the fire service time I'd be upset. This is a good deal. Hot from me.

Edited By: fearghal324 on Dec 22, 2016 09:03: of to or
#14
Didn't order this one but thanks for the reminder OP.

I just ordered this one from Amazon. It can be free standing but also has a digital display ... And has a sealed battery meaning you can't keep putting batteries in even after the filters have stopped working.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Fireangel-CO-9D-Digital-Sealed-Monoxide/dp/B00441S9GS/ref=zg_bs_1939547031_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=8K644JXM0KR4R3NQCKVV
1 Like #15
dothedealnow
Got a couple of these, add a couple of smoke alarms and a heat detector in the kitchen and you are sorted. Nearly succumbed to CO poisoning due to a faulty gas fire. Luckily someone knocked at the front door. You really cannot tell that is happening. Take a portable one with you in hols as well. Heat.
Yes a must have. I've always sent my children armed with one for sleep overs too. We always take one on holiday as you just never know! 8)
#16
Excellent idea ...people over look these. My brother is a Hetas registered installer and 99% of the installs of woodburners etc he does NEVER have one.
He can't sign off a job without leaving one
#17
pew41
is this a good trustworthy brand?
I see lots of cheap chinese ones on ebay but am loath to trust them
Yes, Kidde is a very well known brand. I have one of theirs.
#18
suzie_j7
Voted cold as everyone can get these installed for free!

This again. Also appears on the smoke alarm threads all the time and it is just not true.
Voted hot to cancel it out.

Edited By: androoski on Dec 22, 2016 10:27
#19
There is no smoke without heat. Have some. :-)
#20
androoski
suzie_j7
Voted cold as everyone can get these installed for free!
This again. Also appears on the smoke alarm threads all the time and it is just not true.
Voted hot to cancel it out.
Thanks was gonna wait to see if I could get a free one, but will collect from argos
#21
pew41
is this a good trustworthy brand?
I see lots of cheap chinese ones on ebay but am loath to trust them
Kidde are pretty much the go to brand
#22
Thanks was just looking for some, my previous ones expired. Don't kid around with carbon monoxide!
#23
This is a good price, I have already got one but plan to buy these for family,safety first!Thanks for the informations.
#24
I've never owned one of these but thinking I should. I'm in an average size house so would one not be enough or is best to place one upstairs and downstairs?
#25
niall71
I've never owned one of these but thinking I should. I'm in an average size house so would one not be enough or is best to place one upstairs and downstairs?

Place them close to your gas appliance(s).
#26
daniellndn
suzie_j7
Voted cold as everyone can get these installed for free!
Where? Link please.
The fire service provide these to all homes free of charge....
#27
Well they came out and fitted one for me free of charge without me requesting it and all my street,they also come and perform a fire safety check when asked.
#28
They're now £19.99!

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