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Wireless burglar alarm yale - £64.99 @ Screwfix

£64.99 @ Screwfix
Save an amazing £85 off this Yale Wire-free Family Alarm Kit. Unique pin code-operated keypad. Includes 2 PIR and 2 door and window contacts. Add up to 20 accessories. Yale Alarm helpline available on… Read More
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Save an amazing £85 off this Yale Wire-free Family Alarm Kit. Unique pin code-operated keypad. Includes 2 PIR and 2 door and window contacts. Add up to 20 accessories. Yale Alarm helpline available on 01902 635998 for purchase and fitting advice.

* Easy to Use Keypad-Operated Alarm System


first deal.. please be nice, moving into rented accom shortly so this will come in handy.
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#1
You're a gangsta yet need a burglar alarm? pfft! ;)
#2
Any comments about this product? Any reviews?
#3
I have seen the 3000 model for £49.99, but screwfix do not say what model it is on their site. The 3000 model comes with 2 PIR and 2 door contacts as well.
#4
B&Q have recently been selling what looks the same bit of kit, but with just one PIR and one Magnetic detector for £15.
If you bought 2 sets at B&Q you've got the same kit for just £30.
No guarantee that stock is available at B&Q though
#5
i've always been a bit wary of 'wireless' alarms.... how long do the batteries last in the PIR's ?????
#6
Had a Yale Alarm kit for about a year. They say the batteries last about 2 years and to date no problems with mine. Work a treat..no false alarms and easy to set up. Only slight drawback with the ones at the bottom of the range is that you cannot set a 'Home' area to allow you to walk around at night for instance whilst still alarming the doors. Its either all on or all off.

Bought mine for about £35 from B&Q when they were clearing these. There are some selected bargains still to be had apparently in some B&Qs but think you will be very lucky to find one...certainly none in the whole of Yorkshire!
#7
You won't get any discount on your home insurance with this kit and I think that any £65 quid alarm is only fit for protecting the garage & shed.

*Proper* burglar alrams cost a lot more and I know that when I leave my house I feel very confident that everything will be there when I get home.

Great for a garage and shed though!
#8
I use the Eclipse brand alarm, the PIR detectors use 9volt PP3 batteries and last around 12 months normally. The magnetic detectors use 2x 2032 button batteries and last 12-18months.

I would guess the Yale will use similar batteries.
#9
Had mine 2 years no problems takes standard aaa and C batteries etc never had to change mine yet. Mine phones up to 6 numbers when triggered. I think these are discounted because they are end of line and a replacement product is due. If you need more details look at the Yale site. If I didn't have one I would buy one.
Alfie
#10
Gone for one - let's face it this is 100x better than no alarm at all.....yes I could spend £500 on a state of the art system but it starts to become diminishing returns in my eyes. Looks a reasonable starter set that you can add furter PIR's etc to.
#11
sicknote
You won't get any discount on your home insurance with this kit and I think that any £65 quid alarm is only fit for protecting the garage & shed.

*Proper* burglar alrams cost a lot more and I know that when I leave my house I feel very confident that everything will be there when I get home.

Great for a garage and shed though!


Sorry but I think you are completely wrong. I have run a yale 3000 series for 4 years without a hitch, it has anti-jamming and thus is no different from wired systems.

I recently bought another cheap 3000 system and used the extra pirs to create a home zone upstairs so that the alarm could be armed overnight and now have a remote key fob that can arm/disarm/emergency call. It took me a matter of minutes to complete, do that with a wired system.

Wired systems start very cheap and go up to very expensive, wireless systems tend to be in the middle, so just because its on sale doesn't make it junk.

I agree that there are probably rubbish ones out there but the yale isn't one of them.
#12
Just bought the YALE WIRELESS WIREFREE ALARM SYSTEM HSA3200 for £22.95 from my local B&Q in Ashton Under Lyne (Snipe), they had about 6 left at the front door at 5pm!
#13
Is the siren box a dummy or is it functional wireless one? Also I guess the keypad acts as the control panel? Seems a good buy, even better if you can get it for £23 from B&Q!!!
#14
barginfan
B&Q have recently been selling what looks the same bit of kit, but with just one PIR and one Magnetic detector for £15.
If you bought 2 sets at B&Q you've got the same kit for just £30.
No guarantee that stock is available at B&Q though


B&Q and Screwfix are the same company
#15
ramtec
B&Q and Screwfix are the same company


Yep, all part of the Kingfisher group...

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