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Ei Electronics Smoke Alarm With Silencer Button £1.75 @ Sainsburys (INSTORE)
Ei Electronics Smoke Alarm With Silencer Button £1.75 @ Sainsburys (INSTORE)

Ei Electronics Smoke Alarm With Silencer Button £1.75 @ Sainsburys (INSTORE)

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Ei Electronics Smoke alarm (battery included) reduced to £1.75 in Sainsburys Flint. Were £7.99 according to shelf edge.

Handy silence button for when the wife is telling you your dinner is ready

please dont vote cold because your too lazy to climb a step ladder and fit your own when you could call the fire brigade as they have nothing better to do. . . . . .

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Good price, but I think a silence button on a Fire Alarm is a stupid idea. Even if it is only for 10 minutes.

Waiting for those that say 'its free if you get it done by the fire service' - which we did, and it took 3 months!

Gollywood

Waiting for those that say 'its free if you get it done by the fire … Waiting for those that say 'its free if you get it done by the fire service' - which we did, and it took 3 months!


Its free if you get it done by the fire service

Also, fire service alarms have 10 year batterys

If you ring your nearest fire station direct rather than the 0800 number it will get done a lot quicker!
Should be there the same day.....
Edited by: "corderz" 13th Jan 2011

Gollywood

Waiting for those that say 'its free if you get it done by the fire … Waiting for those that say 'its free if you get it done by the fire service' - which we did, and it took 3 months!



wow rly? did you chase them up? we usaly have to do them same week if not same day

Bankzy108

Good price, but I think a silence button on a Fire Alarm is a stupid … Good price, but I think a silence button on a Fire Alarm is a stupid idea. Even if it is only for 10 minutes.




hush button in case of false alarms (such as cooking fumes setting the alarm off). The hush button will silence the alarm for 10 minutes before resetting to allow any fumes to clear


Rather have a silence button than sit through the siren because of false alarms , a good idea , not daft at all .

Tallyho

hush button in case of false alarms (such as cooking fumes setting the … hush button in case of false alarms (such as cooking fumes setting the alarm off). The hush button will silence the alarm for 10 minutes before resetting to allow any fumes to clearRather have a silence button than sit through the siren because of false alarms , a good idea , not daft at all .



or take battery out and then forget to put IT BACK IN ---

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corderz

Its free if you get it done by the fire serviceAlso, fire service alarms … Its free if you get it done by the fire serviceAlso, fire service alarms have 10 year batterysIf you ring your nearest fire station direct rather than the 0800 number it will get done a lot quicker!Should be there the same day.....



the units have a limited life, id rather pay for a new battery every year than pay with my life. theres no guarentee the battery will last 10 years

GR8 STUFF now all i need to do is get to my local sainsburys

A silence button is a great idea - my stepdad beat our last one down with a broom handle!
Besides, I'd not want to ring the fire brigade up to get them to come to my house and fit one - it's a waste of their time when we can do it ourselves!

A silence button is a great idea - my stepdad beat our last one down with a broom handle!
Besides, I'd not want to ring the fire brigade up to get them to come to my house and fit one - it's a waste of their time when we can do it ourselves!

this must be cheap

Getting fire brigade out to fit one of these is a terrible waste of resources.

Gollywood

Waiting for those that say 'its free if you get it done by the fire … Waiting for those that say 'its free if you get it done by the fire service' - which we did, and it took 3 months!



3 months is pretty good! Over a year now and still nothing for me.....I did chase them up once then gave up and fitted my own. I'd rather they were doing more important work then fitting my fire alarm anyway but would have appreciated being told they were not coming.

It all depends on the area you live in, 5 miles down the road where I used to live (and is run by a different county council) we got ours fitted straight away, also the police always turned up when we called, unlike here where they never do.

Just feel it is worth warning people that despite this great service the fire brigade offer it doesn't always happen and you could be left weeks, months and even years without a fire alarm if you rely on them coming.

dianahepworth

A silence button is a great idea - my stepdad beat our last one down with … A silence button is a great idea - my stepdad beat our last one down with a broom handle!Besides, I'd not want to ring the fire brigade up to get them to come to my house and fit one - it's a waste of their time when we can do it ourselves!



They do a bit more than that AFAIK they look around your house and check for potential fire risks (they REALLY dont like to see 4 gang extensions plugged into 3 way adaptors!!), they can highlight stuff that you probably didnt think about such as escape routes etc.

priced up £5 odd in northampton

foxymissroxy

the units have a limited life, id rather pay for a new battery every year … the units have a limited life, id rather pay for a new battery every year than pay with my life. theres no guarentee the battery will last 10 years



10 year alarms have lithium batteries which have no self-discharge characteristics so they are fine. Anyway they bleep when the battery voltage drops below a certain threshold and warn you to replace battery - same as any smoke alarm.


Edited by: "bigsky" 14th Jan 2011
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