Yale wireless home alarm system for £80.00 @ Homebase - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play
Use code DISC20 in checkout for the 20% off. £1.20 extra cashback using quidco also

Yale wireless alarm system for £80.00
2 pir's & 2 door and window contacts

reduced to £99.99 from £159.99 then a further 20% off all sale prices online & instore ( reserve & collect )

The Yale Standard Alarm is an easy to fit burglar alarm designed to give you security and peace of mind.
Features: All Yale alarms have a 30m working range.
Features: Remote keypad operated, the alarm is pre-set with a 20 second entry and exit period.
Includes: 2 x door and window contacts, 2 x PIR movement detectors, 1 x wireless keypad and 1 x siren.
Wireless: Yes.
Keypad control: Yes.
Batteries: 1 x battery required (sold separately).
Fittings: Included.
Installation: 1 person recommended. Yale helpline also available for assistance.
Available for delivery to mainland UK and Northern Ireland. Unfortunately we cannot deliver to the outlying islands.

£80.00 for reserve and collect

£85.94 Delivered using discount code DISC20
- shaunat94

Terms and conditions for 20% off £50 event

The 20% off £50 Event at Homebase is valid in store and online. The event starts in stores on Monday 26th December and ends Saturday 31st December. The event starts online on Sunday 25th December and ends Saturday 31st December.

The 20% off £50 Event at Homebase will be deducted in store at the till between Monday 26th December and Saturday 31st December.

The 20% off £50 Event at Homebase will be deducted online when you enter promotional code DISC20 at the checkout between Sunday 25th December and Saturday 31st December.

When using our online Reserve and Collect service, to qualify for the discount, items must be collected in store by Saturday 31st December. Items collected after this time will not qualify for the discount.

The 20% off £50 Event at Homebase excludes delivery charges, gift vouchers, installation, 'We'll do it for you' services, Replacement cover, Breakdown cover, Furniture cover, all Hire Station tool hire, Crocus purchases, express blinds and made to measure curtains and staff discount.

The 20% off £50 Event at Homebase does not apply to orders placed by phone. To qualify, purchases must be made in full and in person at the store or online at http://www.homebase.co.uk. All applicable offers and departmental discounts are correct at the time of going to press, but may be subject to availability. The 20% off £50 Event at Homebase applies to England, Wales, Northern Ireland, and Scotland.

Delivery for smaller items is £5.95 and for larger items is £8.95; please see our delivery page for full details.
- shaunat94
Deal Tags:
More From Homebase:

All Comments

(70) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
#1
Thanks, how do I use the discount code instore?
#2
Wow, thanks for sharing, reserved one for pick up later, didn't see how to put in discount code, hope they will deduct 20% off when I collect, thanks again, brill spot.
#3
kklown
Thanks, how do I use the discount code instore?


reserve it online using code DISC20
#4
deard69
Wow, thanks for sharing, reserved one for pick up later, didn't see how to put in discount code, hope they will deduct 20% off when I collect, thanks again, brill spot.


Hi, i have updated the original post with the code DISC20 , probably best to reserve again with the code included just incase
#5
cdm30379
kklown
Thanks, how do I use the discount code instore?


reserve it online using code DISC20


Probably me being a spanner but I cant see where to add the code when reserving it. Only space to add the code is when buying it online.
#6
Same here.

kklown
cdm30379
kklown
Thanks, how do I use the discount code instore?


reserve it online using code DISC20


Probably me being a spanner but I cant see where to add the code when reserving it. Only space to add the code is when buying it online.
#7
Terms and conditions for 20% off £50 event

The 20% off £50 Event at Homebase is valid in store and online. The event starts in stores on Monday 26th December and ends Saturday 31st December. The event starts online on Sunday 25th December and ends Saturday 31st December.

The 20% off £50 Event at Homebase will be deducted in store at the till between Monday 26th December and Saturday 31st December.

The 20% off £50 Event at Homebase will be deducted online when you enter promotional code DISC20 at the checkout between Sunday 25th December and Saturday 31st December.

When using our online Reserve and Collect service, to qualify for the discount, items must be collected in store by Saturday 31st December. Items collected after this time will not qualify for the discount.

The 20% off £50 Event at Homebase excludes delivery charges, gift vouchers, installation, 'We'll do it for you' services, Replacement cover, Breakdown cover, Furniture cover, all Hire Station tool hire, Crocus purchases, express blinds and made to measure curtains and staff discount.

The 20% off £50 Event at Homebase does not apply to orders placed by phone. To qualify, purchases must be made in full and in person at the store or online at http://www.homebase.co.uk. All applicable offers and departmental discounts are correct at the time of going to press, but may be subject to availability. The 20% off £50 Event at Homebase applies to England, Wales, Northern Ireland, and Scotland.

Delivery for smaller items is £5.95 and for larger items is £8.95; please see our delivery page for full details.
#8
Items get deducted 20% when you go to collect :) as stated in T&Cs above
deard69
Same here.

kklown
cdm30379
kklown
Thanks, how do I use the discount code instore?


reserve it online using code DISC20


Probably me being a spanner but I cant see where to add the code when reserving it. Only space to add the code is when buying it online.
#9
Just confirmed with my brother who got the alarm for me, the discount is automatically applied instore
#10
Cool, thank you cdm30379, great stuff.
#11
deard69
Cool, thank you cdm30379, great stuff.


No problem, my brother phoned me last night to see if i wanted one as he had spotted it. thought why not at that price, and 3 months interest free on my homebase card too ( he purchased other stuff too )
#12
diy alarms are pointless no matter how cheap

if it goes off everyone including the police will ignore it
#13
adt all the way!
1 Like #14
The Yale Standard Alarm is an easy to fit burglar alarm designed to give you security and peace of mind.


Not in my hood, if an alarm goes off, whether car or house alarm nobody gives a *****. They just turn a blind eye, mind you their may be the odd curtain twitchier. I find these alarms useless, a good home cctv monitoring system suits my needs better along with a few special homebrew weapons.

Edited By: cuzzy on Dec 29, 2011 17:34: Don`t bypass swear filter
2 Likes #15
"Installation: 1 person recommended"
Can you do it with less?
#16
royals
diy alarms are pointless no matter how cheap

if it goes off everyone including the police will ignore it

Meant to deter would be burglars not alert the police as it's bull gone shut the gate at that point.
1 Like #17
Good price but i would never have a wireless alarm again. Nothing but trouble. The time it saves running cable is easly spent replacing batteries in the future. Get a wired kit from an electrical wholesalers with everything including cable for around £100.
1 Like #18
royals
diy alarms are pointless no matter how cheap

if it goes off everyone including the police will ignore it

Interesting point about the police, but I don't see how it makes a difference as far as the ear piercing alarm noise is concerned. Do burglars and neighbours take a look and think 'ah just a DIY job' and carry on with what they were doing?


Edited By: pubjoe on Dec 29, 2011 14:05
1 Like #19
having it on show on the house will most likely deter a burglar, if he sees a house with a alarm on it then he will move on to a house without one, so to say its pointless is a little silly


royals
diy alarms are pointless no matter how cheap

if it goes off everyone including the police will ignore it
#20
bought 1 from screwfix last week.
quite a good system.
if my alarm goes off i dont expect anyone to jump to my rescue
i can sort out bag eds myself thank you.
my one only had 1 door contact !!! bummer !!!
#21
is it completely wire free?

no wires at all?
#22
doritos
is it completely wire free?

no wires at all?

no wires at all except for the main box which is plugged into normal socket .
#23
Hi all
I've owned one of these for about 3 years, and have added more PIRs and door contacts.
I agree with the previous poster about time spent changing batteries, that can be a pain in the backside.
However, mine has proved reliable, and does sound when a sensor is tripped. Our neighbours are great and always come to check what's going on if the alarm is sounding so we're very lucky.

I'd recommend this as a cheap solution to make a big noise when the alarm is tripped. I'm sure there are more effective wired and monitored solutions to be had, but for a quick and easy alarm this fits the bill for me
#24
Can you give me a good site or a link for this please. I have no idea where to look

Spunkmeyer
Good price but i would never have a wireless alarm again. Nothing but trouble. The time it saves running cable is easly spent replacing batteries in the future. Get a wired kit from an electrical wholesalers with everything including cable for around £100.
1 Like #25
Shame it wasn't the HSA 6400, that one rings your mobile when it goes off, so even if everyone ignores it I won't.
Its not for my home but a small unit I work from (within spitting distance of home).



Edited By: funkypumpkin on Dec 29, 2011 14:49
#26
wendy07
doritos
is it completely wire free?

no wires at all?


no wires at all except for the main box which is plugged into normal socket .


I believe you might be wrong in saying the alarm needs to be plugged into a normal socket. The Yale Standard package comes with 2 PIR, 2 window/door sensors, 1 siren and 1 wireless control pad, the Premium package does away with the wireless control pad and in its places includes a wired control panel (plus an extra 'dummy' siren). This wired control panel in the Premium kit is powered by mains, the wireless keypad that's supplied in the standard kit is wireless which I assume means its will run off batteries.

Forgive me if I'm wrong but just thought I'd point this out.
#27
An alarm draws attention meaning the burglar will leave as he/she does not have unlimited time to sift through everything and leave undetected at their leisure. It also alerts you when you enter your property and unset it that at some point it has been triggered so you can be cautious or check round etc.

I've been round to our next door neighbours with 2 minutes before when their alarm went off and someone had forced the back french doors and left without entering. The only reason they got broken into at all was because they didn't have a bell box at the back so the intruder didn't know they had an alarm.

We got burgled once 9 years ago. I've had a Yale Wireless alarm since then (with the rectangle bell box not the round one like this) and added extra components to it and we've not been burgled since. And it works just as it should - no false alarms ever.

And anyway, the police never attend burglar alarms anyway unless someone calls them. Otherwise that's all they'd be doing all the time.
#28
royals
diy alarms are pointless no matter how cheap

if it goes off everyone including the police will ignore it


Well, it depends on alarm .Some of them are crap, some work just great as the term 'DIY' is very broad.
I distribute Polish wireless alarms which are labelled as 'DIY' just because of ease of installation, but the number of options, quality and reliability record make them an interesting choice for many pro installers. Would you call them amateurs or idiots as they buy 'pointless DIY alarm' :D ? Obviously, you won' t buy a good alarm for £100.

BTW, after 3rd, false alarm the Police will ignore your wired alarm too :) .False alarm is an issue with absolutely any badly configured or poor quality alarm system and the wired system are not immune to faults .
#29
Damnit, thought I had a deal last month when I got the same frrom wilkos for £90. Worth the money, easy and quick to fit. might be worth considering the set with the control to have control over PIRs, handy if you want the system set at night while your home but want a clear run to the toilet without setting it off.

EDIT:

At £181 after discount for ther control unit included Id go for the £80 one

Edited By: blackbanana118 on Dec 29, 2011 15:11
#30
wendy07
doritos
is it completely wire free?

no wires at all?


no wires at all except for the main box which is plugged into normal socket .


Contemplating one for a garden shed but no mains supply within said shed, is it just the alarm box that requires the mains power? Can anyone advise on suitability for the job, thanks in advance.
#31
7777777
royals
diy alarms are pointless no matter how cheap

if it goes off everyone including the police will ignore it


Well, it depends on alarm .Some of them are crap, some work just great as the term 'DIY' is very broad.
I distribute Polish wireless alarms which are labelled as 'DIY' just because of ease of installation, but the number of options, quality and reliability record make them an interesting choice for many pro installers. Would you call them amateurs or idiots as they buy 'pointless DIY alarm' :D ? Obviously, you won' t buy a good alarm for £100.

BTW, after 3rd, false alarm the Police will ignore your wired alarm too :) .False alarm is an issue with absolutely any badly configured or poor quality alarm system and the wired system are not immune to faults .


Fully agree with your points about cheap/badly installed systems. These aren't bad at this price and offer a very good audio and visual deterrent. Also agree that you would be hard pushed to get a decent wired system for £100. I would say though, if you have a lot of valuables at home or are thinking about fitting one of these on business premises, i would recommend spending the extra dosh and getting a decent wired system with voice dialler or red care cover.

That said, this is a good price for what it is. Voted hot.
#32
Would buy this but I want zones... damn cats!!!!!
#33
ReflexReact
Would buy this but I want zones... damn cats!!!!!


Just use the door sensors. You can buy additional ones to add to it and flog the motion ones on Ebay.
#34
Bargain, York store still have 3 left
#35
Thanks Op, gf picked one up instore for £80.
#36
I've had this very system 2 years....can't fault it...hot.
#37
No one takes any notice of car alarms or house alarms these days, they are iritating not alarming.
I stopped using my house alam as my dogs set the sensors off, even the pet sensors didnt work. I am investing in a camera system that can store 50 days if needed and i can view it on my smatphone while i am away.
#38
mymymy
No one takes any notice of car alarms or house alarms these days, they are iritating not alarming.
I stopped using my house alam as my dogs set the sensors off, even the pet sensors didnt work. I am investing in a camera system that can store 50 days if needed and i can view it on my smatphone while i am away.


You are wrong, there is still one group of people that take notice - a burger. Why would they rob a house with an alarm over another house without an alarm.
#39
ReflexReact
mymymy
No one takes any notice of car alarms or house alarms these days, they are iritating not alarming.
I stopped using my house alam as my dogs set the sensors off, even the pet sensors didnt work. I am investing in a camera system that can store 50 days if needed and i can view it on my smatphone while i am away.


You are wrong, there is still one group of people that take notice - a burger. Why would they rob a house with an alarm over another house without an alarm.


It depends on what the burgular is after. if they do their homework they will get what they want anyway.

Edited By: mymymy on Dec 29, 2011 16:30
#40
ReflexReact
mymymy
No one takes any notice of car alarms or house alarms these days, they are iritating not alarming.
I stopped using my house alam as my dogs set the sensors off, even the pet sensors didnt work. I am investing in a camera system that can store 50 days if needed and i can view it on my smatphone while i am away.



You are wrong, there is still one group of people that take notice - a burger. Why would they rob a house with an alarm over another house without an alarm.

Whats a 'burgher'? :D


Edited By: mymymy on Dec 29, 2011 16:29

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!