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Fireangel CO-9B Carbon Monoxide Alarm from Amazon £11.18 + £4.49 delivery Non Prime
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Life saver this!!
13.98 at tool station incl free delivery as over £10 if it helps anyone. Maybe people who aren’t registered for prime or want to collect same day.
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Edited by: "Abarry29" 17th Nov 2019
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Life saver this!!
Aren’t there cheaper 2 packs
Prompted me to check the dates on ours and both needed replacing soon. Ordered two.
I've seen these being sold for £2 - £5 in an Aldi around south Leicester, I can't remember which one. (Maybe Wigston) (This week).
Can be purchased @£13.84 including delivery from Amazon marketplace.
Where are these best placed in a home, hallways like smoke detectors or in the living spaces?
Tsingtao17/11/2019 09:12

Where are these best placed in a home, hallways like smoke detectors or in …Where are these best placed in a home, hallways like smoke detectors or in the living spaces?


Depends on your particular home.

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13.98 at tool station incl free delivery as over £10 if it helps anyone. Maybe people who aren’t registered for prime or want to collect same day.
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Edited by: "Abarry29" 17th Nov 2019
Check the link I posted limited supply but under a tenner on ebay with delivery.
Tsingtao17/11/2019 09:12

Where are these best placed in a home, hallways like smoke detectors or in …Where are these best placed in a home, hallways like smoke detectors or in the living spaces?


According to Which, in the same room as the potential source of the CO and about a metre away and high up as the gas is lighter than air. In most homes the only source would be the boiler, so kitchen or utility I guess. If you have other sources, like a wood burner, you'd need another monitor.
Tsingtao17/11/2019 09:12

Where are these best placed in a home, hallways like smoke detectors or in …Where are these best placed in a home, hallways like smoke detectors or in the living spaces?


You need one in any room that has a unit which burns fossil fuels, it should be above door height and at least one metre away from the appliance
Tsingtao17/11/2019 10:03

Check the link I posted limited supply but under a tenner on ebay with …Check the link I posted limited supply but under a tenner on ebay with delivery.


Out of stock now.

Heat added, as it reminded me to check mine and they are both now out of date. Thanks OP.
Edited by: "Master_Ham" 17th Nov 2019
Helgrr17/11/2019 10:57

You need one in any room that has a unit which burns fossil fuels, it …You need one in any room that has a unit which burns fossil fuels, it should be above door height and at least one metre away from the appliance


Would it be ideal for a kitchen near gas cooker or boiler ?
wakkaday17/11/2019 11:52

Would it be ideal for a kitchen near gas cooker or boiler ?


Advisable to put these at least 1 metre away from any gas burning appliances, (gas cooker, gas fire, boiler)
Have this model next to the boiler. Absolute no brainer purchase. Heat added.
If my combi boiler is inside a cupboard in a bedroom, is it best to put one of these inside with it or in the bedroom?
Rob_Coulson17/11/2019 15:49

If my combi boiler is inside a cupboard in a bedroom, is it best to put …If my combi boiler is inside a cupboard in a bedroom, is it best to put one of these inside with it or in the bedroom?


Put it in the bedroom, you're more likely to hear it then if it goes off, or starts bleeping due to a low battery.
Also you're more likely to test it occasionally if its visible.
If its tucked away in the cupboard you'll forget about it, then it could stop working and you wouldn't realise.
Edited by: "Delbert.Grady" 17th Nov 2019
Delbert.Grady17/11/2019 16:36

Put it in the bedroom, you're more likely to hear it then if it goes off, …Put it in the bedroom, you're more likely to hear it then if it goes off, or starts bleeping due to a low battery.Also you're more likely to test it occasionally if its visible.If its tucked away in the cupboard you'll forget about it, then it could stop working and you wouldn't realise.


Brilliant, thanks for the advice
wakkaday17/11/2019 11:52

Would it be ideal for a kitchen near gas cooker or boiler ?



Yes perfect, these are a good make, don't risk your life getting bargain basement ones and be sure to replace it when it says so as the sensors only last 5 - 7 years
This should be provided free to every household.
I bought one of these from Aldi the other week £12.99
Heat added, but I opted for the 7 yr sealed in battery model @£16 instead of having to replace the batteries every year.

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