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LIFESAVER Carbon Monoxide Alarm Half Price was £8.99 now £4.50 @ ALDI Salford

£4.50 @ ALDI
Carbon Monoxide Alarm Online sold out and shows £11.99 , but shelf is full in Salford Aldi Store and price is £4.50. Read More
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Carbon Monoxide Alarm

Online sold out and shows £11.99 , but shelf is full in Salford Aldi Store and price is £4.50.
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#1
I paid full price last week oO
3 Likes #2
products that have the potential to produce carbon monoxide should be forced to provide a free alarm as the product usually costs a bomb anyway so it should be chucked in free with it.
11 Likes #3
I had one of these but had to deactivate it because the alarm kept going off and the noise gave me a headache and made me feel sick.
2 Likes #4
Bought one for 11.99 last week. It's a which best buy, when tested it cost 17 99.
#5
Every house with a gas burning device should have one. Personally prefer one with a digital read out but great price.
1 Like #6
I had to bin this last week as it kept beeping three times even when resetting it and it's a piercing noise. Gave us a scare, but bought a replacement and no alarm went off and working correctly.
1 Like #7
Worth getting one to take on holiday abroad as it's not always compulsory to have a carbon monoxide alarm fitted in a property you may be renting
2 Likes #8
Every house should have at least one of these if you have a gas feed.
#9
yes, will need it around there
#10
jamgin
Worth getting one to take on holiday abroad as it's not always compulsory to have a carbon monoxide alarm fitted in a property you may be renting

You are indeed correct...we take one with us regardless
1 Like #11
smudge92
products that have the potential to produce carbon monoxide should be forced to provide a free alarm as the product usually costs a bomb anyway so it should be chucked in free with it.

It's your responsibility to safeguard yourself, they need replacing every 5 - 7 years anyway, do you think the company you buy your appliance from should keep track of that too.
1 Like #12
Helgrr
smudge92
products that have the potential to produce carbon monoxide should be forced to provide a free alarm as the product usually costs a bomb anyway so it should be chucked in free with it.
It's your responsibility to safeguard yourself, they need replacing every 5 - 7 years anyway, do you think the company you buy your appliance from should keep track of that too.
no i believe they should provide one with the original purchase as good will gesture, as we have seen with companies such as hotpoint recently or even pretty much all samsung products that seem to be catching fire, companies have little regard for anyone's safety and its more about making money and blaming the victim when a problem goes wrong. I doubt you would be so snarky if a family member if yours died from carbon monoxide not long after buying a product that needs one. If anything it would safeguard the companies from lawsuits and considering it would cost them less than 1% of what it cost them to make the appliance in the first place, yes i do believe one should be included considering the profit made even if it is just a bare minimum version.
#13
Agreed. I think these things should be cheaper in general.
#14
After reading this post I when to my local aldi in Stockton they were still full price I asked the staff to check £11.99
1 Like #15
I took the battery out of mine, the bleeping was making me feel nauseous.
#16
I have CO detectors in the garage (where the boiler is), on the hallway and landing these are hardwired and I take a portable one similar to this when we go away.

Edited By: sshooie on Nov 06, 2016 18:50
#18
Half a penny more than half price but still hot
#19
Such a shame my flat is on electric heating. No gas unfortunately. :(
#20
Milev
Such a shame my flat is on electric heating. No gas unfortunately. :(
My mother has a gas hob that triggered the CO detector I fitted, upon checking it was faulty (the grill bit) and needed replacement, so bear in mind anything that burns gas is liable..

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