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Fire alarms 2 for £10 ASDA instore
Fire alarms 2 for £10 ASDA instore

Fire alarms 2 for £10 ASDA instore

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Marked as £18 which I was happy to pay for obvious reasons. Came through at £10 will enclose receipt as proof. No reason it won't be nationwide

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Original Poster

For the life of me I cant work out how to post the deal picture and a receipt in a comment

Heat, glad to see your just posting a good deal, rather than milking the london incident

just tell us which models

funkeymunkey

Heat, glad to see your just posting a good deal, rather than milking the … Heat, glad to see your just posting a good deal, rather than milking the london incident



as opposed to your moniker & avatar

luvsadealdealdeal

as opposed to your moniker & avatar



and the word 'heat'

luvsadealdealdeal

and the word 'heat'


Don't know if you're being sarcastic or not...

Depends on the brand etc. Some of the common ones (i think it was FireAngel) were terrible at actually detecting fires.
For something that you hope you will never need, pay a bit more and get the right kit. Mixture of photoelectric and ionization to detect different types. You can get really highly rated ones from a tenner, although any alarm is better than none

Also, if you get one of the 10yr sealed units (especially photoelectric), give it a blast with the hoover once a month or the dust sets the **** off at 3am!

Edited by: "tehwabbit" 15th Jun

smoke alarm, not fire alarm. Wasnt 2 for a fiver hot yesterday?

Ring fire services they install for free good ones

Original Poster

luvsadealdealdeal

just tell us which models



KIDDE

Original Poster

Rich069

smoke alarm, not fire alarm. Wasnt 2 for a fiver hot yesterday?



Wasn't sure if 2 for £5 was national. They are smoke alarms you're right!

Original Poster

everypennycounts

Ring fire services they install for free good ones



They do and actually in my old place I used this service flawlessly but there is bit of waiting time (slightly risky) and as others pointed out on that post, I wouldn't want to use firemen time when I don't need to.

Original Poster

Twin pack looks like this

tehwabbit

Depends on the brand etc. Some of the common ones (i think it was … Depends on the brand etc. Some of the common ones (i think it was FireAngel) were terrible at actually detecting fires.For something that you hope you will never need, pay a bit more and get the right kit. Mixture of photoelectric and ionization to detect different types. You can get really highly rated ones from a tenner, although any alarm is better than none :)Also, if you get one of the 10yr sealed units (especially photoelectric), give it a blast with the hoover once a month or the dust sets the **** off at 3am!



​My Fire service fit FireAngel btw.
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