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FireAngel C0-9B Carbon Monoxide Alarm - £4.50 or FireAngel HT-630R Heat Alarm - £3.50 @ John Lewis & Partners (in-store only)
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FireAngel C0-9B Carbon Monoxide Alarm - £4.50 or FireAngel HT-630R Heat Alarm - £3.50 @ John Lewis & Partners (in-store only)

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Posted 14th JanAvailable: NationalEdited by:"idontflycathay"

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FireAngel C0-9B Carbon Monoxide Alarm - £4.50
Available in-store only (suggest using the stock checker on product page to see if your local has availability)

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Trusted and used by Fire and Rescue Services, the C0-9B Carbon Monoxide Alarm from FireAngel is sure to be a welcome safety feature in any home.

Powered by 2 replaceable AA batteries, this smart alarm system uses advanced sensing technology to quickly react after detecting carbon monoxide in the air. The double LED display clearly shows the power level and lights up when the alarm has been triggered.

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FireAngel HT-630R Heat Alarm - £3.50
- in-store only (suggest using the stock checker on product page to see if your local has availability)

3388122.jpgUsed by Fire and Rescue Services, the HT-630R Heat Alarm by FireAngel is sure to bring peace of mind to your home.

The HT-630R is powered by a sealed, tamper-proof 10-year battery that doesn't need to be replaced throughout the life of the alarm. Ideal for use in kitchens, garages and lofts, this smart system uses Thermistek™ heat sensing technology to provide a quick reaction to a rapid rise in temperature. Is also comes equipped with a large test and silence button that's easily accessible for added convenience.
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bought the CO monitor @ same price last night @ Tesco, there were other different ones on shelf but wanted the CO monitor so didn't notice the prices. They seem to be on sale @ these prices all over the place so assuming a model change is on the way.
Edited by: "Cantwin" 14th Jan
Heat alarm OOS..
Out of stock while adding to basket
Some still in stock in store
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oos online, but a few available in store. Managed to get one of the three last at Watford John Lewis, so thanks OP!
Edited by: "Askrulous" 14th Jan
Cheapest ive ever seen monoxide alarms on sale. Anything close to £10 would normally be a good deal. Not complaining but whats going on? Amazon were doing this price too
Sold out for me :-(
royaltee14/01/2020 11:30

Cheapest ive ever seen monoxide alarms on sale. Anything close to £10 …Cheapest ive ever seen monoxide alarms on sale. Anything close to £10 would normally be a good deal. Not complaining but whats going on? Amazon were doing this price too



Modern boilers are room-sealed so there is no need for one at all. Like many others I suspect, I only keep one for peace of mind. I now actually have two following a false positive from a Kidde alarm that resulted in us out on the street in the middle of the night!
anlygi14/01/2020 12:13

Modern boilers are room-sealed so there is no need for one at all. Like …Modern boilers are room-sealed so there is no need for one at all. Like many others I suspect, I only keep one for peace of mind. I now actually have two following a false positive from a Kidde alarm that resulted in us out on the street in the middle of the night!


I agree with your comment about modern boilers but there are still quite a few older ones still in circulation & poverty sometimes prevents replacement. For us, maybe old fashioned oldies, we also have a gas fire which the monitor will cover.
anlygi14/01/2020 12:13

Modern boilers are room-sealed so there is no need for one at all. Like …Modern boilers are room-sealed so there is no need for one at all. Like many others I suspect, I only keep one for peace of mind. I now actually have two following a false positive from a Kidde alarm that resulted in us out on the street in the middle of the night!


I’m really sorry if I’m wrong. I understand that room sealed boilers are sealed from the exhaust gases so that they stay on the outside. I was wondering if there was a faulty pipe or flue would that mean possible leakage to the interior, therefore producing a hazard that would require an alarm like this? Again sorry if my theory is very fictional
I have a new boiler, but also have 2 gas fires, regularly serviced, but find having CD monitor makes me feel secure. This is a great price, heat added!
Edited by: "andyrobertolane" 14th Jan
Oos
Great price for such an important product to have in your home
These should be rolled out free of charge and same with smoke alarms. They save lives. Just saying
OOS
BioShock14/01/2020 13:44

These should be rolled out free of charge and same with smoke alarms. They …These should be rolled out free of charge and same with smoke alarms. They save lives. Just saying


And who will pay the manufacturer?
Maybe from the royals public funding now a bits being freed up it would be a great idea to have these in every home they save lives makes sense
Don4314/01/2020 14:14

Maybe from the royals public funding now a bits being freed up it would be …Maybe from the royals public funding now a bits being freed up it would be a great idea to have these in every home they save lives makes sense


Harryvederci
scaryrobert14/01/2020 12:49

I’m really sorry if I’m wrong. I understand that room sealed boilers are se …I’m really sorry if I’m wrong. I understand that room sealed boilers are sealed from the exhaust gases so that they stay on the outside. I was wondering if there was a faulty pipe or flue would that mean possible leakage to the interior, therefore producing a hazard that would require an alarm like this? Again sorry if my theory is very fictional



You're right.
Just because a boiler is 'room sealed' doesn't mean it was installed / serviced correctly. It's even possible that fumes from your neighbours boiler could escape into your house.
Perfect timing as need to replace mine at home, got a second one to go upstairs too as we moved into a house with a log burner in the summer.

1 left in Cambridge
Edited by: "dj_lloyde" 14th Jan
Thank you OP. Ordered x 2 for me and MIL.
Out of stock for me
scaryrobert14/01/2020 12:49

I’m really sorry if I’m wrong. I understand that room sealed boilers are se …I’m really sorry if I’m wrong. I understand that room sealed boilers are sealed from the exhaust gases so that they stay on the outside. I was wondering if there was a faulty pipe or flue would that mean possible leakage to the interior, therefore producing a hazard that would require an alarm like this? Again sorry if my theory is very fictional


You are right our boiler was tested just before christmas and it's not that old but it worked out that it was leaking round the flu that goes out of the wall the rubber washer had gone and so they had to replace it........By the way its tested every year.
These are also £5 from £10 in Aldi if helpful to anyone. Lots left in my local store
WHY IS THIS EXPIRED?
too lazy to go to store?

if you go to the item online, you can check your local store. i done this and it said 3 left at 6pm ish. i got to store at 7pm and there was 2 left. checked again once it had closed and it said 1carbon monoxide left. so on line stock checker is quite accurate. also when i 1st checked at 6pm 33 stores had stock.
ps my store is in swindon, so if your local get there early tomorrow, they are by the irons upstairs.
i added heat and my alarm went off lol
thanks op
BioShock14/01/2020 13:44

These should be rolled out free of charge and same with smoke alarms. They …These should be rolled out free of charge and same with smoke alarms. They save lives. Just saying


But so are stab proof vests. Just saying
anlygi14/01/2020 12:13

Modern boilers are room-sealed so there is no need for one at all. Like …Modern boilers are room-sealed so there is no need for one at all. Like many others I suspect, I only keep one for peace of mind. I now actually have two following a false positive from a Kidde alarm that resulted in us out on the street in the middle of the night!


I believe they are, but i would still have one of these just in case there was an issue. For older unsealed boilers i would have two
Now £16 for CO-9B alarm.
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