Carbon monoxide alarm, 7 year guarantee £12.50 instore @ Tesco
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Carbon monoxide alarm, 7 year guarantee £12.50 instore @ Tesco

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Found 12th Sep 2013
7+ year alarms tend to be about £20, so this is the best deal I've seen (of course 1-year alarms are cheaper, see below)

It might be regional- I just spotted it in Cowley road, Oxford and thought I'd share. Let me know if you see it in your store too.

Ps, if you are looking for a cheap 1-year CO alarm, try this one for £11.06 tesco.com/dir…prd
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    u carnt but a price on your family's life

    I u don't t have one your stupid
    ashmac

    hotu carnt but a price on your family's lifeI u don't t have one your … hotu carnt but a price on your family's lifeI u don't t have one your stupid




    That's easy for you to say
    Does this have a LCD with concentration of CO displayed?

    I'd always recommend one of those first. It shows minor traces that are a sign of problems starting. Those alarms that only activate at a set level don't do that.
    Original Poster
    Nope, no LCD. This is a pretty basic model.
    Shame, however it's not a bad price for a 7yr decent model and if it's readily available in a supermarket I have to give it heat even if to just raise awareness.
    Think I paid £27 for 3 of these in b&q last week. Obviously if you're just after one this is a better deal. I only wanted two but knew someone else who wanted the other
    If you would like 3 of them then B&Q have a 3 for 2 offer @ 13.78 each diy.com/nav…281
    Are the first alert ones suitable for standing on a shelf or table? I don't want to fix it to my ceiling.
    A 7 year guarantee, that's good to know. So let me get this straight... if you die of carbon monoxide poisoning within 7 years of buying this product, you're entitled to a full refund (or at least an exchange)?
    Edited by: "MisterMadHatter" 13th Sep 2013
    phillsmit3

    Are the first alert ones suitable for standing on a shelf or table? I … Are the first alert ones suitable for standing on a shelf or table? I don't want to fix it to my ceiling.



    I think carbon monoxide detectors are supposed to be at head height anyway and on a wall ideally oposite a gas appliance
    quidstretchy

    That's easy for you to say



    Literally just cracked up at my desk reading that.
    Edited by: "markymarkandthefunkybunch" 13th Sep 2013
    paulj48

    I think carbon monoxide detectors are supposed to be at head height … I think carbon monoxide detectors are supposed to be at head height anyway and on a wall ideally oposite a gas appliance



    That will look nice.
    jugglerb

    £10.52 on amazon with display … £10.52 on amazon with display here:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Digital-Monoxide-Warning-Detection-Detector/dp/B009WJBYEQ/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top



    I'd (personally) give my nephew dog mess to play with before relying on one of those to save my life. Just my opinion on cheap Chinese uncertified safety devices
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