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Fireangel CO-9D Digital Sealed for Life Carbon Monoxide Alarm, White - £15.94 Prime (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Fireangel CO-9D Digital Sealed for Life Carbon Monoxide Alarm, White - £15.94 Prime (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon
Posted 23rd Aug 2020

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Large multi function easy read digital LCD display shows CO level and room temperature. 7 year sealed in battery means no need ever to change. Portable, for home or holiday use. Certified to BS EN 50291-2001.
  • Automatic self diagnostic check
  • 7 years sealed for life lithium battery
  • Loud 85 dB alarm at 1 m
  • Large test and silence button
  • Large multi-function digital screen and room thermometer
  • Temperature facility designed to provide a room temperature indication only (nominally +/– 2 Degree Celsius
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Dont know how good the sealed battery one on this thread is but I just purchased this one - you can change the batteries and I am going to buy a lithium battery for it when the supplied ones dies as I suspect as time goes buy the sealed battery one will get weak and may fail before the unit expires in 7 years.
colombo23/08/2020 10:43

[Image] Dont know how good the sealed battery one on this thread is but I …[Image] Dont know how good the sealed battery one on this thread is but I just purchased this one - you can change the batteries and I am going to buy a lithium battery for it when the supplied ones dies as I suspect as time goes buy the sealed battery one will get weak and may fail before the unit expires in 7 years.



In my experience the fire Angels last 7 years without a problem..All CO alarms have a time limit on the sensor so a 7 year battery is not an issue....I'm sure it doesn't apply to your one but there have been numerous issues with dodgey unbranded chinese units which only react to CO once then become effectively useless...and consequently potentailly lethal.
colombo23/08/2020 10:43

[Image] Dont know how good the sealed battery one on this thread is but I …[Image] Dont know how good the sealed battery one on this thread is but I just purchased this one - you can change the batteries and I am going to buy a lithium battery for it when the supplied ones dies as I suspect as time goes buy the sealed battery one will get weak and may fail before the unit expires in 7 years.



I'd say the Fireangel is worth the difference here, as it's curcially a known brand, but two has a way of comparing historic data so you have a comparative.

BTW. If the battery fails within the first 5 years, Fireangel will send you a replacement under warranty.
Will not buy again battery only last 12 months and any problems fire angel are a problem to rep
As I have a young family, I take one of these with me when I stay in any AirBnB's. Highly recommended alarm.
I don’t use carbon monoxide detectors at home. I just don’t think I need them or they would be that useful to me. Change my mind.
Edited by: "DeafCassette" 23rd Aug
DeafCassette23/08/2020 12:29

I don’t use carbon monoxide detectors at home. I just don’t think I need th …I don’t use carbon monoxide detectors at home. I just don’t think I need them or they would be that useful to me. Change my mind.


Well I suppose if you place no value on life then they are indeed worthless. If you have a gas appliance, let's hope you are the only one who lives in the property with that ignorant attitude.
Thanks for this, my one reached end of life last week.
patg200523/08/2020 11:15

In my experience the fire Angels last 7 years without a problem..All CO …In my experience the fire Angels last 7 years without a problem..All CO alarms have a time limit on the sensor so a 7 year battery is not an issue....I'm sure it doesn't apply to your one but there have been numerous issues with dodgey unbranded chinese units which only react to CO once then become effectively useless...and consequently potentailly lethal.


Sorry about my lack of knowledge. Why there is a time limit in the sensor?. Does that apply to all CO alarms or just the £10-£20 range. My mother has one for over a decade and now I'm thinking that maybe it won't be able to detect CO correctly, but as far as I know there is no signs of malfunction!
Please advice and thanks
sinjin_smythe23/08/2020 13:06

Thanks for this, my one reached end of life last week.


Glad I could help 🤘
rlaroca23/08/2020 13:31

Sorry about my lack of knowledge. Why there is a time limit in the …Sorry about my lack of knowledge. Why there is a time limit in the sensor?. Does that apply to all CO alarms or just the £10-£20 range. My mother has one for over a decade and now I'm thinking that maybe it won't be able to detect CO correctly, but as far as I know there is no signs of malfunction! Please advice and thanks



The older ones are a maximum of 7 years. It's something to do with the crystals degrading over time and not being able to sense very well. It's likely a continous process, however after the elapsed time the tech isn't able to exceed the minimum threshold.
Thanks
jackada23/08/2020 11:39

Will not buy again battery only last 12 months and any problems fire angel …Will not buy again battery only last 12 months and any problems fire angel are a problem to rep



Wow, 21 months on HUDK and this is your first input! Welcome.
Had one of these since 2014, no problems with battery life.

If you have anything that burns fuel inside (gas, wood, oil, coal etc) then you need one - any issues with ventilation during burning and you are at risk of CO production. Without an alarm it’s supposed to be undetectable until it’s too late...
Ordered, thanks for posting
gary33323/08/2020 13:03

Well I suppose if you place no value on life then they are indeed …Well I suppose if you place no value on life then they are indeed worthless. If you have a gas appliance, let's hope you are the only one who lives in the property with that ignorant attitude.



No, not at all. The reason that these are useless to me is that my apartment is all electric.
DeafCassette23/08/2020 22:45

No, not at all. The reason that these are useless to me is that my …No, not at all. The reason that these are useless to me is that my apartment is all electric.


Had you considered that it might have been relevant to include that nugget in your original post? In fact, why on earth are you even looking at this thread, let alone posting?
colombo23/08/2020 10:43

[Image] Dont know how good the sealed battery one on this thread is but I …[Image] Dont know how good the sealed battery one on this thread is but I just purchased this one - you can change the batteries and I am going to buy a lithium battery for it when the supplied ones dies as I suspect as time goes buy the sealed battery one will get weak and may fail before the unit expires in 7 years.


Not sure I'd trust my life to an unknown brand on eBay.
It is £16.12 now
Now £15.94 just bought for my new boiler stove install. Thanks OP.
patg200523/08/2020 16:15

Wow, 21 months on HUDK and this is your first input! Welcome.


I can confirm Fire Angel are a royal PITA to deal with. They did eventually replace our faulty alarm though
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