Smoke Alarm - Fire Angel Toast Proof Optical 56p at Tesco - HotUKDeals
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Found instore at Tesco Hoover Building (West London).

Located opposite the England football shelves (left as you walk in) in the Electrical aisle.
Fire Alarm is on a top shelf, sel stating £0.56.
Many left on the shelf. The bottom shelf has an almost identical product but without the optical option & is priced at £12.44 so be careful...

http://www.fireangel.co.uk/Smoke-Alarms/Optical-Smoke-Alarms/SO-610.aspx - Gives you the exact lowdown.

Barcode: 0 816317 000714

Hope it helps..

Coincidently, I bumped into a fireman on the way out who advised of the free home-fire-health-check but laughed when I told him how much I had bought the alarms for..!
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#1
Nice buy, I've got one of these downstairs.
#2
I've voted cold on these before as you can get the fire brigade to come round and fit these for free if you don't currently have a smoke detector. ;-)

But for this price i've got to vote this HOT, as you just stick them to the ceiling using double sided tape and 56p is better than the hassle of waiting in for the fire service only to be told at the last minute that they'll have to reschedule as they've a real fire to go to :roll:
#3
Waterboy8535;8742832
I've voted cold on these before as you can get the fire brigade to come round and fit these for free if you don't currently have a smoke detector. ;-)

But for this price i've got to vote this HOT, as you just stick them to the ceiling using double sided tape and 56p is better than the hassle of waiting in for the fire service only to be told at the last minute that they'll have to reschedule as they've a real fire to go to :roll:



good use of the fire brigade - for the lazy i guess
#4
These are pretty good for putting in a caravan. Not affected so much by the cooking fumes. I have had one in mine for 12 months with no false alarms at all.
#5
hosepiper
These are pretty good for putting in a caravan. Not affected so much by the cooking fumes. I have had one in mine for 12 months with no false alarms at all.


You might want to check your battery.........
#6
royals
good use of the fire brigade - for the lazy i guess


The fire brigade would otherwise be sitting around watching Loose Women and eating Super Noodles. They get paid a lot so this is a good use of the fire brigade and they are happy to do it because ultimately it saves lives.
#7
Cheers mate picked one up on the way to work along with a carbon monoxide alarm. H+R added.
#8
MrMicP;8743474
You might want to check your battery.........


10 Year Li-Ion Battery I'll Think You'll Find......:thumbsup:
#9
mccririck
The fire brigade would otherwise be sitting around watching Loose Women and eating Super Noodles.


A rather flippant attitude to the guys and girls who work in the fire service.


They get paid a lot .


No they aren't :roll:
#10
paul149
10 Year Li-Ion Battery I'll Think You'll Find......:thumbsup:


That's 10 year design life.
In reality it's highly unlikely you'll get that
#11
Waterboy8535
I've voted cold on these before as you can get the fire brigade to come round and fit these for free if you don't currently have a smoke detector. ;-)

But for this price i've got to vote this HOT, as you just stick them to the ceiling using double sided tape and 56p is better than the hassle of waiting in for the fire service only to be told at the last minute that they'll have to reschedule as they've a real fire to go to :roll:


I think only people who don't have the means to buy or to fit a smoke detector should use the Fire Service offer. Also people shouldn't get annoyed if the appointment is can cancelled because they have had to attend a call. I'm sure you wouldn't be very happy if your house was on fire and dialed 999 and the operator told you "sorry we can't attend because we're fitting a free smoke detector for someone"

The fire service do a tough job so shouldn't be mocked as I'm sure one day each and every one of us will have to call them at some point.

Just because it's free it doesn't make it right.
#12
I've got one in the kitchen, excellent price. HOT
#13
just paid about £7 for one of these from B&Q so definitely HOT
#14
Thanks OP. Just picked up the last one on shelf at Tesco Osterley.
#15
royals
good use of the fire brigade - for the lazy i guess


For the amount I pay in council tax, I think a couple of smoke detectors installed is expected. Don't be a noob and think before you post next time. :roll:
#16
haha toast proof :thumbsup:
#17
i am a fireman and no we do not sit around eating pot noodles!!!! some times on a fri/sat nite we have a drive round the town centre (not checking on the women) but looking for fires or stuck cats
#18
vitertexltd
i am a fireman and no we do not sit around eating pot noodles!!!! some times on a fri/sat nite we have a drive round the town centre (not checking on the women) but looking for fires or stuck cats


I don't see you denying the comment about firemen watching loose women? :)
#19
Didn't see these yesterday, will have another gander today :)
#20
Must be store specific, i went to Rochdale and Bury stores both this and the Carbon Detector posted yesterday scanned at full price :-(
#21
Great I need a new one
#22
lurch
I think only people who don't have the means to buy or to fit a smoke detector should use the Fire Service offer. Also people shouldn't get annoyed if the appointment is can cancelled because they have had to attend a call. I'm sure you wouldn't be very happy if your house was on fire and dialed 999 and the operator told you "sorry we can't attend because we're fitting a free smoke detector for someone"

Just because it's free it doesn't make it right.


I suggest you calm down. The fact is that the fire service freely offer the service. they have put cards through everyones door asking that those without a fire detector to call them to arrange to have one fitted by them. It is a government backed initiative, and as someone else mentioned, it saves them time and possibly someones life in future!

And when they couldn't make my appointment twice due to little scrotes starting fires around the neighbourhood, I can tell you that i did not abuse them or complain, because i understand that this comes second to their real job of firefighting.

All i meant was that for 56p, it makes sense to buy one and fit it than to possibly have to make time allowances for missed appointments!!

And my brother-in-law works for the Fire Service so why would I be whinging about them?

Come down off your soapbox
#23
MrMicP
You might want to check your battery.........


Battery fine! I do test and fit these as part of my job you know lol. Honestly these are really good in a caravan. Maybe not as much as a livesaver as ones in a house but could warn you that you left something on the cooker to burn while sitting outside by the BBQ drinking wine. :p
#24
royals
good use of the fire brigade - for the lazy i guess


just to set the record straight, i am a fireman and beleive it or not, we have targets we have to meet regarding fitting smoke alarms. our target is 1.5 home fire risk assessments alarms per fire engine per day, we have 2 fire engines, so we need to do 3 per day over a 4 day shift between 5 watches in other words 60 per week for our firestation!, do us a favour ring us, get us around to fit them for free, yes we do get turned out a lot to fires but we will do them the next day or after we have been to the fire.
on a side note even if you do buy them still ring your local station to come and check, it still counts as a home fire risk assessment for us and helps us reach our targets.
#25
Just to save someone disappointment, these are all sold out at the hoover building.
The price on the shelf is correct is the OP stated.
I checked in Brent Park, Wembley also in the light bulb aisle, none to be found of the cheaper ones. Only full price ones left with a different barcode.
#26
This is one area I don't want to save money.

I had a pair of these smoke alarms in my house. They got replaced because they would go off for almost no reason.
#27
j8mie
This is one area I don't want to save money.

I had a pair of these smoke alarms in my house. They got replaced because they would go off for almost no reason.


The fire brigade ones are good, we got some when my gf set fire to the window sill.:thumbsup:
#28
i have two of these and although the toaster dosn't set them off, the bleeding oven does!Also my downstairs one is bleeping but cant get the cover off to change the battery.I remember from instructions that it twists off but I have tried and tried.I'll prob just have to replace the whole thing.
#29
Had these in stock at Edinburgh Hermiston Gait today - 56p, but not priced on shelf - thanks OP

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