Fireangel CO-9D Digital Sealed for Life Carbon Monoxide Detector Holiday or Home Alarm WAS £29.99 now £15.99 @ Amazon
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Fireangel CO-9D Digital Sealed for Life Carbon Monoxide Detector Holiday or Home Alarm WAS £29.99 now £15.99 @ Amazon

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Found 4th Jan 2014
DEAL OF THE DAY. FREE AMAZON PRIME DEL
This is great to take on holiday and could save your life..
•Automatic self diagnostic check
•7yr sealed for life Lithium battery
•Loud 85dB alarm at 1 metre
•Large Test & Silence button
•Large multi-function digital screen and room thermometer...

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.
This is £29.99 at screwfix..
screwfix.com/p/f…361.
£19.99 at Tesco delivery from £3.click and collect is free

22 Comments

was about to buy and add heat. but curious why cold, can any one find it for less?

7 years is life? Sounds like this was designed by the CPS.

life of the product not your life. recommend to replace unit after that

Original Poster

ItShMe

was about to buy and add heat. but curious why cold, can any one find it … was about to buy and add heat. but curious why cold, can any one find it for less?

I cannot find it for less £29.99 at screwfix..

mrwhitelabel

life of the product not your life. recommend to replace unit after that



It was a joke.

heat added (and ordered)

Not much mre than other sellers look at side of amazon

only bought this two weeks ago

I'm curious why you need a digital readout on one of these? I've got the bog standard Kidde one for £7 from Asda, when it senses gas it beeps. I'm not really bothered how much, just a beep to get the hell out is fine by me. A digi one just seems like an extravagance that isn't really required. Or am i missing something?

aabarcellos

Not much mre than other sellers look at side of amazon


Plus postage though.

Thanks OP, bought one. Piece of mind for holidays.
Edited by: "anglo" 4th Jan 2014

I wonder how people test that these actually work...?

dannymccann

I'm curious why you need a digital readout on one of these? I've got the … I'm curious why you need a digital readout on one of these? I've got the bog standard Kidde one for £7 from Asda, when it senses gas it beeps. I'm not really bothered how much, just a beep to get the hell out is fine by me. A digi one just seems like an extravagance that isn't really required. Or am i missing something?


It's to do with the ppm level (parts per million)
Some alarms will allow a certain level before they activate, especially the older ones. This means you can be in an atmosphere that although isn't high enough to activate the alarm may have health concerns for you over a prolonged period. Children obviously will be affected quicker than an adult.
There are also different recommended CO levels for varying lengths of exposure.

Great product.
Cheers.
Hot deal!

michaelgordon2

only bought this two weeks ago



Buy again and take/send this one back with original receipt! Or is it just me who'd do that... Cheers

Do I need one of these if I don't have a potable gas fire or log burner? I have a sealed gas boiler in kitchen diner that's maintenanced when it should be.

Harry_H

Do I need one of these if I don't have a potable gas fire or log burner? … Do I need one of these if I don't have a potable gas fire or log burner? I have a sealed gas boiler in kitchen diner that's maintenanced when it should be.



I would have one anywhere I use any gas appliance, so yes.

Just bought...thanks OP.

Bought. Thanks APPLEOFMYEYE!

Ps0u211d

I wonder how people test that these actually work...?



One of the first user reviews explains how do a test. The unit has a built in test function where it sets the parts per million very low and then you use a lighted incense stick (that apparently do give of very low levels of what are harmful gases) sufficient to set the alarm off.

Buying two.

I'm curious why you need a digital readout on one of these? I've got the … I'm curious why you need a digital readout on one of these? I've got the bog standard Kidde one for £7 from Asda, when it senses gas it beeps. I'm not really bothered how much, just a beep to get the hell out is fine by me. A digi one just seems like an extravagance that isn't really required. Or am i missing something?



i got this as the bog standard one was set off by my av amp had me thinking i was exposed, the lcd help with actually telling whats going on also having two is better than one

Mottmania

One of the first user reviews explains how do a test. The unit has a … One of the first user reviews explains how do a test. The unit has a built in test function where it sets the parts per million very low and then you use a lighted incense stick (that apparently do give of very low levels of what are harmful gases) sufficient to set the alarm off.Buying two.




Wow thanks!

Received mine yesterday. Very nice units which are extremely easy to set up and use. Having the option to display room temperature instead of the ppm is very useful as one of mine has gone into our attached garage where the boiler is and which can get pretty cold so easy to see if temp drops below safe operation.
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