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Fireangel Carbon Monoxide Alarm £4.50 or Fire Angel 10 Year Life Heat Alarm £3.50 @ Tesco

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Fireangel Carbon Monoxide Alarm - £4.50

The FireAngel CO-9B carbon monoxide detector is suitable for wall mounting or left free standing as a portable device. This alarm can provide peace of mind both in the home or during your holiday. To take on holiday simply remove the batteries and place both the alarm and the batteries in your luggage, once in your holiday home simply set the alarm up again and enjoy your holiday. The FireAngel CO-9B is supplied as standard with 2 x AA batteries to power the alarm and comes with a 7 year manufacturer warranty.

Amazon price £12.79 - link and reviews
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Fire Angel 10 Year Life Heat Alarm - £3.50

  • The Thermistek HT-630 heat alarm provides quick detection of rapid temperature increases. Its reaction to heat rather than smoke makes it ideal for installation in kitchen areas and garages in order to avoid false alarms caused by cooking and vehicle fumes. With over 60% of house fires starting in the kitchen, it is vital to be alerted to fires breaking out in the most dangerous room in the home.

Amazon price - £13.50 - link and reviews
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Chiptivo12/01/2020 09:47

These are not free. They cost hundreds to the tax payer.Nothing is really …These are not free. They cost hundreds to the tax payer.Nothing is really free


What a silly comment, a service offered by the Fire service meant to save lives and you are discouraging people because its a cost to the tax payer? Wow!
Chiptivo12/01/2020 09:47

These are not free. They cost hundreds to the tax payer.Nothing is really …These are not free. They cost hundreds to the tax payer.Nothing is really free


They cost a pittance in comparison to a full blown house fire when police, fire & ambulance are considered, not to mention the additional cost of NHS treatments (physical & mental) if required.

Whilst thru may not be 'free' they are provided as a free public service & are very valuable. To point out that there is a tax burden behind them is somewhat crass. It's also entirely possible to argue that the taxes used to pay for the service come from multinational corporations on their offshore earnings meaning that nothing comes from a UK taxpayer at all.

It's far too valuable a service to discourage anyone from using. As many households as possible should have a free fire safety check & every home should definitely have at least smoke & carbon monoxide alarms with heat & other safety alarms being a positive addition.
Pretty important to have as I discovered, turned out my Boiler had been leaking for ages without me even knowing.
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Pretty important to have as I discovered, turned out my Boiler had been leaking for ages without me even knowing.
Great prices, I've paid more then this for mine. Have some heat, if you'll pardon the pun
Get both job done. Even better also call local fire station and get a free home fire safety check, that includes a couple of free smoke detectors if needed and personalised advice for you , your family and your property.
Available instore from tomorrow?
essexsi12/01/2020 09:07

Get both job done. Even better also call local fire station and get a free …Get both job done. Even better also call local fire station and get a free home fire safety check, that includes a couple of free smoke detectors if needed and personalised advice for you , your family and your property.


These are not free. They cost hundreds to the tax payer.

Nothing is really free
Bought 2 of these full price just before Christmas. Good reviews on Amazon and elsewhere. Absolute bargain. Heat!
Chiptivo12/01/2020 09:47

These are not free. They cost hundreds to the tax payer.Nothing is really …These are not free. They cost hundreds to the tax payer.Nothing is really free


What a silly comment, a service offered by the Fire service meant to save lives and you are discouraging people because its a cost to the tax payer? Wow!
Chiptivo12/01/2020 09:47

These are not free. They cost hundreds to the tax payer.Nothing is really …These are not free. They cost hundreds to the tax payer.Nothing is really free


They cost a pittance in comparison to a full blown house fire when police, fire & ambulance are considered, not to mention the additional cost of NHS treatments (physical & mental) if required.

Whilst thru may not be 'free' they are provided as a free public service & are very valuable. To point out that there is a tax burden behind them is somewhat crass. It's also entirely possible to argue that the taxes used to pay for the service come from multinational corporations on their offshore earnings meaning that nothing comes from a UK taxpayer at all.

It's far too valuable a service to discourage anyone from using. As many households as possible should have a free fire safety check & every home should definitely have at least smoke & carbon monoxide alarms with heat & other safety alarms being a positive addition.
Chiptivo12/01/2020 09:47

These are not free. They cost hundreds to the tax payer.Nothing is really …These are not free. They cost hundreds to the tax payer.Nothing is really free


In my opinion it is a tax back you pay to treasury. Fire service has a programme to educate people about fire safety and free fire alarm installation, why not avail it if you're a tax payer
The instructions provided in the £3.50 alarms that are posted are ample enough when it's come to locations etc.
Maybe I was being a bit harsh. Sorry.
GothBoy12/01/2020 10:10

They cost a pittance in comparison to a full blown house fire when police, …They cost a pittance in comparison to a full blown house fire when police, fire & ambulance are considered, not to mention the additional cost of NHS treatments (physical & mental) if required.Whilst thru may not be 'free' they are provided as a free public service & are very valuable. To point out that there is a tax burden behind them is somewhat crass. It's also entirely possible to argue that the taxes used to pay for the service come from multinational corporations on their offshore earnings meaning that nothing comes from a UK taxpayer at all.It's far too valuable a service to discourage anyone from using. As many households as possible should have a free fire safety check & every home should definitely have at least smoke & carbon monoxide alarms with heat & other safety alarms being a positive addition.



Exactly - prevention is better than the cure
Chiptivo12/01/2020 09:47

These are not free. They cost hundreds to the tax payer.Nothing is really …These are not free. They cost hundreds to the tax payer.Nothing is really free


this is like saying the NHS isn't free and so you shouldn't use it
adamspencer9512/01/2020 11:01

this is like saying the NHS isn't free and so you shouldn't use it


Depends how you use it eg paracetamol costs the nhs over £3 a packet for paracetamol on prescription you can get it 25p from tesco
Edited by: "djnaff" 12th Jan
Dang. Just paid full price for the CO2 in preparation of having GCH installed.

Just worth noting for Scottish residents, new legislation is coming in this, or next year (ish) where ALL homes, privately owned or rented, will have to have interlinked fire/smoke/heat alarms (if one goes off, they all go off) This is not very well publicised yet and is a govt. response to the Grenfell Tower horrors. So at this price, a good interim, but kind of pointless if you have to shell out for alarms that sync with each other very shortly.
Edited by: "Skay80" 12th Jan
We have had the fire service check out our previous home and we did have alarms installed. I remember them saying they prefer their alarms as the batteries are non replaceable and means you have to call them and have it changed because the beeping noise is unbearable. I was told at another session that Fire fighters found that with replaceable battery alarms some people would just take the batteries out or forget to replace them.
Great find, still full price in store atm but reduced online. Having mine delivered
adamspencer9512/01/2020 11:01

this is like saying the NHS isn't free and so you shouldn't use it


The NHS is not free. It's one of the most expensive services in the world per head who use it.
Not saying people shouldn't use it if needed.
Like buying a smoke alarm for £2 and reading up on fire safety.
Same example is you could visit the doctors or A&E and ask for paracetamol as it's free. Or nip down to savers and pay 24p.
djnaff12/01/2020 11:14

Depends how you use it eg paracetamol costs the nhs over £3 a packet for …Depends how you use it eg paracetamol costs the nhs over £3 a packet for paracetamol on prescription you can get it 25p from tesco


Incorrect, sadly another media lie. The NHS pays as little as 13p for 16 500mg tablets, 15p for 32 500mg tablets or £1.17 for 100 500mg tablets. Obviously that is for an individually boxed product and not a bulk box like those used in hospital dispensaries. Source: British National Formulary price list for Paracetamol, checked at 12:15 on 12/01/20.
I don't shop at tesco, what's the cheapest way to get delivered or clicked and collected
slannmage12/01/2020 08:54

Pretty important to have as I discovered, turned out my Boiler had been …Pretty important to have as I discovered, turned out my Boiler had been leaking for ages without me even knowing.


Omg
Chiptivo12/01/2020 11:58

The NHS is not free. It's one of the most expensive services in the world …The NHS is not free. It's one of the most expensive services in the world per head who use it. Not saying people shouldn't use it if needed. Like buying a smoke alarm for £2 and reading up on fire safety. Same example is you could visit the doctors or A&E and ask for paracetamol as it's free. Or nip down to savers and pay 24p.



Or, to cherry-pick examples to suit your argument: You could decide not to go to the doctor/A&E, despite having a huge, on-going headache and just take some 24p paracetamol. Turns out you have meningitis.....
You choose to fit the fire alarms yourself - despite not being able to understand any sort of instructions very well. Oh, you're also terrible at DIY and fitting things. Despite your best intentions you habitually mess things up. You're asleep when a fire breaks out and you've put them in the wrong place, because your house isn't quite like the instructions, or you're elderly....
What on earth do you think taxes are for?
Think it's OOS as not showing on site now. 😩
loubury112/01/2020 12:37

Think it's OOS as not showing on site now. 😩


Showing okay for me, just ordered 6 to meet the delivery to store minimum charge. For that price I will give the spares to family and friends.

Thanks OP, I have been dithering about buying some for too long
I set a calendar reminder to give myself plenty of time to buy replacements.

Allows you to grab a deal rather than having to pay full price because your old ones have already failed. And more importantly you have one ready to replace so you're never without.
Voting cold as you can get Carbon Detectors for free. No reason to pay for them.
Adorablemunchkin12/01/2020 13:45

Voting cold as you can get Carbon Detectors for free. No reason to pay for …Voting cold as you can get Carbon Detectors for free. No reason to pay for them.


Lol, Comment of the Year
great-deals12/01/2020 13:46

Amazon price matched …Amazon price matched ;-)https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B00503T72E/ £4.50


Wowwww thanks mate , that's what i was waiting for
sali645412/01/2020 13:47

Wowwww thanks mate , that's what i was waiting for


You are welcome! But shhh don't tell everyone as I may get into some bother! 😏 👌
great-deals12/01/2020 13:50

You are welcome! But shhh don't tell everyone as I may get into some … You are welcome! But shhh don't tell everyone as I may get into some bother! 😏 👌


Lol
Just paid £17 at screwfix for this what a mug, might buy this and return it
Very hot.
P.s. Typing this away from my smoke alarm and existing CO alarms in case this offer sets them off
GothBoy12/01/2020 12:21

Incorrect, sadly another media lie. The NHS pays as little as 13p for 16 …Incorrect, sadly another media lie. The NHS pays as little as 13p for 16 500mg tablets, 15p for 32 500mg tablets or £1.17 for 100 500mg tablets. Obviously that is for an individually boxed product and not a bulk box like those used in hospital dispensaries. Source: British National Formulary price list for Paracetamol, checked at 12:15 on 12/01/20.


Bet you are a great laugh on a night out 🤪
In Scotland..."What homeowners need to know about changes in legislation relating to fire and smoke alarms."

"How many alarms are required to meet the standards? The standard requires:

  • One smoke alarm installed in the room most frequently used for general daytime living purposes
  • One smoke alarm in every circulation space on each storey, such as hallways and landings
  • One heat alarm installed in every kitchen

All alarms should be ceiling mounted and interlinked. There is also a requirement for carbon monoxide detectors to be fitted where there is a carbon-fuelled appliance (such as boilers, fires (including open fires), heaters and stoves) or a flue."

How long do I have to comply? The regulations come into force in February 2021, meaning homeowners and landlords have until then to comply. However, installing alarms at the earliest opportunity, will provide improved fire safety in your home.

gov.scot/pub…mes
tightpants12/01/2020 12:36

Or, to cherry-pick examples to suit your argument: You could decide not to …Or, to cherry-pick examples to suit your argument: You could decide not to go to the doctor/A&E, despite having a huge, on-going headache and just take some 24p paracetamol. Turns out you have meningitis.....You choose to fit the fire alarms yourself - despite not being able to understand any sort of instructions very well. Oh, you're also terrible at DIY and fitting things. Despite your best intentions you habitually mess things up. You're asleep when a fire breaks out and you've put them in the wrong place, because your house isn't quite like the instructions, or you're elderly....What on earth do you think taxes are for?


To look after stupid people based on your analysis?
Chiptivo12/01/2020 09:47

These are not free. They cost hundreds to the tax payer.Nothing is really …These are not free. They cost hundreds to the tax payer.Nothing is really free


He's not saying "don't use it" he is rightly taking offence to the notion that everything is "free" when provided by the state.

Governments don't start with any money, they take it from others or future generations when they borrow it, and distribute it.
Taka_nai12/01/2020 11:45

We have had the fire service check out our previous home and we did have …We have had the fire service check out our previous home and we did have alarms installed. I remember them saying they prefer their alarms as the batteries are non replaceable and means you have to call them and have it changed because the beeping noise is unbearable. I was told at another session that Fire fighters found that with replaceable battery alarms some people would just take the batteries out or forget to replace them.


I can confirm that the noise is unbearable

I can also confirm that I didn’t know you could call the fire service to fix it

and finally to confirm how I stopped the problem, I ripped it off the ceiling, wrapped it in TWO bath towels, put it deep in the cupboard, then bought some battery ones
The heat alarm has gone from the website
GothBoy12/01/2020 12:21

Incorrect, sadly another media lie. The NHS pays as little as 13p for 16 …Incorrect, sadly another media lie. The NHS pays as little as 13p for 16 500mg tablets, 15p for 32 500mg tablets or £1.17 for 100 500mg tablets. Obviously that is for an individually boxed product and not a bulk box like those used in hospital dispensaries. Source: British National Formulary price list for Paracetamol, checked at 12:15 on 12/01/20.


True... but the admin cost of the prescription adds to this cost. Your cost is the cost of the product only!
Just to add to the discussions this type of detector is a Heat detector and is best suited for Kitchens or Garages etc. A smoke detector would be better placed on a landing say. So you are still going to need something else on the landing say if this is your only form of alert.
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