Yale Easy Fit Telecommunicating Alarm £160.55 @ Safe.co.uk using code "jansale". Also 5.55% TCB. - HotUKDeals
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Yale Easy Fit Telecommunicating Alarm £160.55 @ Safe.co.uk using code "jansale". Also 5.55% TCB.

£160.55 @ Safe
This is the EF-KIT2 version which uses the 868mhz band and has the newer touchscreen panel (rather than physical buttons). It can call up to 3 phone numbers in sequence if the alarm goes off. Apparent… Read More
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
This is the EF-KIT2 version which uses the 868mhz band and has the newer touchscreen panel (rather than physical buttons). It can call up to 3 phone numbers in sequence if the alarm goes off. Apparently its easy to set up and is completely wireless which means no electrician needed.

Its already a good price, but you can get 5% off using the code "jansale" which is advertised heavily on their site.

There also seems to be an extra 5.55% TopCashBack but its under the name "The Safe Shop" when you search. Clicking out from TopCashBack takes you to the Safe.co.uk website.
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1 Like #1
Heat, cheap price..
1 Like #2
when are these things gonna catch up with the modern day and wirelessly connect to internet, using a internet call service to alert owners. i dont have a phone line :-(
#3
Good price......£179.99 on Amazon
#4
I installed this a few months ago into my property.

I don't have the outdoor bell alarm hooked up yet, but have had it call my phone once as a delivery driver entered the garden and tripped a PIR. I like the fact you can check on the alarm, set or unset it from any phone anywhere in the world.
#5
Can you? How do you do that? I've got this and looked to see if there was an android app but couldn't find it. I'd like that functionality though, could you advise where to get it (I probably should read the manual but can't remember where I've put it)
CDR
I installed this a few months ago into my property.
I don't have the outdoor bell alarm hooked up yet, but have had it call my phone once as a delivery driver entered the garden and tripped a PIR. I like the fact you can check on the alarm, set or unset it from any phone anywhere in the world.
2 Likes #6
chompyrud
Can you? How do you do that? I've got this and looked to see if there was an android app but couldn't find it. I'd like that functionality though, could you advise where to get it (I probably should read the manual but can't remember where I've put it)
CDR
I installed this a few months ago into my property.
I don't have the outdoor bell alarm hooked up yet, but have had it call my phone once as a delivery driver entered the garden and tripped a PIR. I like the fact you can check on the alarm, set or unset it from any phone anywhere in the world.

You call the landline it is plugged into - not an App. (Although maybe someone should write one)

From the manual found online here: http://mpc.assaabloy.com/yalefile//Fetchfile.aspx?id=27084&dl=1
https://s19.postimg.org/t21uf1dbn/Capture.png
1 Like #7
If you also install the cctv you can set the alarm through the yale app. can also set the alarm to go off if cameras are covered or moved etc (you do need a special usb to allow this) I have all this set up including remote keypad with panic alarm and could add doorbell, electric locks to doors and smoke detectors. a very good alarm which is easy to set up and user friendly and can add extra PIR's and Door contacts very easy.
1 Like #8
Bought thanks , £8 off with quidco also
#9
Ah right! Cheers for that...I didn't know that was possible.... They really should develop an app for it I think though
CDR
chompyrud
Can you? How do you do that? I've got this and looked to see if there was an android app but couldn't find it. I'd like that functionality though, could you advise where to get it (I probably should read the manual but can't remember where I've put it)
CDR
I installed this a few months ago into my property.
I don't have the outdoor bell alarm hooked up yet, but have had it call my phone once as a delivery driver entered the garden and tripped a PIR. I like the fact you can check on the alarm, set or unset it from any phone anywhere in the world.
You call the landline it is plugged into - not an App. (Although maybe someone should write one)
From the manual found online here: http://mpc.assaabloy.com/yalefile//Fetchfile.aspx?id=27084&dl=1https://s19.postimg.org/t21uf1dbn/Capture.png
#10
Would wild animals trip it off?
#11
Have one of these already, easy to setup. This is cheapest I have seen it.
You can add more keypads., PIR sensors and door sensors.
I have change the batteries once in 2 years, the sensors light up when running out.

You can add any Yale CCTV system and link it via a dongle. This allows you to turn the alarm on and off remotely and if any one tampers with your cameras the alarm will also go off.

Lots of cheaper clone version out there, but you get the reliability of Yale.
2 Likes #12
Munsterrfc
Would wild animals trip it off?
You can get add on PET PIR's £20-£25 for rooms with animals, cats and dogs etc. to 20 KG)
If you are talking WILD animals over 20 Kg, I think your average deer would set the alarm off in your living room.
#13
thanks op..
#14
I've got the older version of this and it's great. Added extra keypads and door sensors to customise it for the house. Very easy to configure and use. Combined with a couple of old 3GS phones providing video feeds I'm happy. Worth pointing out if you get a notification of an alarm going off the police won't attend. They will (or at least far more likely) if you have live video.
#15
FTOdude170
when are these things gonna catch up with the modern day and wirelessly connect to internet, using a internet call service to alert owners. i dont have a phone line :-(


I agree, I just recently went for the Virgin broadband offer with no phone line, then realised my alarm still needs a phone line to text mobile alerts. So ended up cancelling the broadband :(
#16
so just to confirm....you need a phone line for this? I'm interested but don't have one...hence the question
banned#17
chompyrud
Can you? How do you do that? I've got this and looked to see if there was an android app but couldn't find it. I'd like that functionality though, could you advise where to get it (I probably should read the manual but can't remember where I've put it)
CDR
I installed this a few months ago into my property.
I don't have the outdoor bell alarm hooked up yet, but have had it call my phone once as a delivery driver entered the garden and tripped a PIR. I like the fact you can check on the alarm, set or unset it from any phone anywhere in the world.


you need to connect your landline cable to the white box.

I have this too, battery lasted 2 years + 4 months. we are always coming in and out all day, so some might last longer
#18
tony863
so just to confirm....you need a phone line for this? I'm interested but don't have one...hence the question


Only need the phone line if you want to use the 'call me' when alarm triggered feature. We have this and it's not set up to the phone and still works ok, just doesn't call me if alarm is set off.

Only slight issue I've experienced with it was it was triggered twice in the night whilst not set when we had the bad winds. This was due to the anti tamper feature that must have thought it was trying to be removed from the outside of the house. Been fine since though, and decent price here.
#19
Munsterrfc
Would wild animals trip it off?

Unless wild animals are in your home, probably not. I have the PET PIR motion detectors in my house, I have 2 cats. Never had a false alarm from them yet.
#20
CDR
I installed this a few months ago into my property.

I don't have the outdoor bell alarm hooked up yet, but have had it call my phone once as a delivery driver entered the garden and tripped a PIR. I like the fact you can check on the alarm, set or unset it from any phone anywhere in the world.


Just wondering, how did you get the PIR to cover your garden? Would love to be able to do this
#21
Cheers op just what I'm after
#22
0211matt
tony863
so just to confirm....you need a phone line for this? I'm interested but don't have one...hence the question


Only need the phone line if you want to use the 'call me' when alarm triggered feature. We have this and it's not set up to the phone and still works ok, just doesn't call me if alarm is set off.

Only slight issue I've experienced with it was it was triggered twice in the night whilst not set when we had the bad winds. This was due to the anti tamper feature that must have thought it was trying to be removed from the outside of the house. Been fine since though, and decent price here.


no good for me then. ripped my phone line out as they are no longer needed in my house. shame
#23
can anyone recommend good batteries...mine only last 2 months on duracel
2 Likes #24
Bought this last week for £169.00. Great system, easy to set up.
If you're thinking of adding any accessories such as key pads or extra PIR's, door sensors etc, I got some through amazon warehouse deals (used-like new) and saved a few quid. The boxes were slightly damaged but goods were immaculate.
#25
Anyone know if there is a similar system but wired?? Or can recommend a wired system? Thanks
#26
I see Yale has now added hub and app connectivity to their alarm systems using the same pirs and bell boxes as on this deal. I wonder if the hub can be added to an already existing tele system...
#27
Looks a good alarm.
Cheers
#28
FTOdude170
when are these things gonna catch up with the modern day and wirelessly connect to internet, using a internet call service to alert owners. i dont have a phone line :-(

Yale has a range that connects to your router (possibly only via an ethernet cable) and will email, text and send push notifications (I'm not sure whether the push notifications work on Android - they don't for their IP cameras), they are more expensive than the ones that connect to a land line. This is the basic one... http://www.yale.co.uk/en/yale/couk/productsdb/alarms/smart-home-range-/Smart-Home-Alarm-Starter-Kit-SR-310/
#29
Been wondering about something like this or an ip camera that can send notifications and remote viewing etc...
#30
bought this just after Xmas easy to install fast delivery

got to wonder why when i posted this exact same deal it got pulled by an administrator saying they didn't have enough feedback on trust pilot but here's the exact same deal :(

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