carbon monoxide alarms £7.50 + 10% off code +£3.95 postage @ Lloyds Pharmacy
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carbon monoxide alarms £7.50 + 10% off code +£3.95 postage @ Lloyds Pharmacy

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Found 13th Apr 2011Made hot 13th Apr 2011
Carbon Monoxide Detector £7.50
Carbon Monoxide Alarm £7.50

use LP1 for 10% off

+ £3.95 postage

15 Comments

Maybe I'm reading this wrong, but shouldn't the one unit cover both detecting and alarm??!?!

Gball

Maybe I'm reading this wrong, but shouldn't the one unit cover both … Maybe I'm reading this wrong, but shouldn't the one unit cover both detecting and alarm??!?!



The detecter just detects it and then does nothing about it... it just sits there.

Thanks nicster, got one for my son when he leaves halls to go into private rented accomodation for his 2nd year at Uni.
Apart from the 10% code provided, there's also 6% quidco & 6.06% TCB on this. I went for the extra .06%.
Edited by: "anglo" 14th Apr 2011


I understand that the Northern Ireland Executive have recently stated that they're going to make it mandatory for all new homes to be equipped with carbon monoxide alarms.

Ordered two, thank you!

sergiup

Ordered two, thank you!



Are you trying to detect carbon dioxide?

I thank you.

cokeman123

The detecter just detects it and then does nothing about it... it just … The detecter just detects it and then does nothing about it... it just sits there.


....and blast an alarm in your earhole!

'Loud 85dB alarm.....'

(what's the point of a detector that just detects, Sherlock....? ) :-)

thekanester

Are you trying to detect carbon dioxide?I thank you.



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admpgk

I understand that the Northern Ireland Executive have recently stated … I understand that the Northern Ireland Executive have recently stated that they're going to make it mandatory for all new homes to be equipped with carbon monoxide alarms.


What - even ones with only electric heating?

Just ordered one detector myself.

*applause*

thekanester

Are you trying to detect carbon dioxide?I thank you.


themanwithnosig

(what's the point of a detector that just detects, Sherlock....? ) :-)

The detector should be wired into your home alarm system.

nick1austin

The detector should be wired into your home alarm system.


The 'detector' is also an alarm.
From the blurb on the website."Loud 85dB alarm"
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