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FireAngel Combination Pack - Battery Smoke Alarm and Carbon Monoxide Alarm Battery Powered £16.99 @ ToolStation

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Combination set of one smoke and one carbon monoxide alarm for all-round protection.

• 5 year smoke alarm: Thermoptek® multi-sensor technology - a rapid response to all fires. Reduced nuisance alarms. SleepEasy & SmartSilence™ functions. Powered by: 2x AA batteries (included).

• 7 year carbon monoxide alarm: Advanced electrochemical sensor with a loud, clear alarm. Large test button and end of life alert. Wall mountable or portable for the home and travel. Powered by: 2x AA batteries (included).

These products fully comply with UK (UKCA) and EU (CE) regulations.
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But not Scottish regulations
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Beyourself19/02/2022 21:04

What are the scottish regulations?


Completely idiotic. Implemented during a time of global supply shortages with the threat of invalidating home insurance for those who can't magic compliant new alarms & sensors out of thin air, wasteful as they prohibit changeable batteries, and entirely unhelpful in preventing their stated aim of avoiding another Grenfell, because while they are required to be interlinked, they're required to be interlinked only within a private home, and not within a building. So, if your ground floor neighbour's fridge catches fire in the night, the first you'll learn about it is as the smoke rises sufficiently through your building that it triggers your hallway alarm. The smoke, or the flames. Helpful, no?
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    But not Scottish regulations
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    Also worth noting that Wales are considering making linked up alarms mandatory too.
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    Beyourself19/02/2022 21:04

    What are the scottish regulations?


    Linked alarms, need one heat detector in the kitchen and smoke alarms in specific areas of the house.
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    Best to check the expiry date. Sometimes they get rid of them cheap if the stock has been sitting on the shelves for a while.
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    thebruce19/02/2022 21:29

    Linked alarms, need one heat detector in the kitchen and smoke alarms in …Linked alarms, need one heat detector in the kitchen and smoke alarms in specific areas of the house.


    The CO detector doesn't have to be linked to the other alarms - but any battery powered units need to be long life, and battery sealed. So no AA batteries.
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    Beyourself19/02/2022 21:04

    What are the scottish regulations?


    Completely idiotic. Implemented during a time of global supply shortages with the threat of invalidating home insurance for those who can't magic compliant new alarms & sensors out of thin air, wasteful as they prohibit changeable batteries, and entirely unhelpful in preventing their stated aim of avoiding another Grenfell, because while they are required to be interlinked, they're required to be interlinked only within a private home, and not within a building. So, if your ground floor neighbour's fridge catches fire in the night, the first you'll learn about it is as the smoke rises sufficiently through your building that it triggers your hallway alarm. The smoke, or the flames. Helpful, no?
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    Get a Kiddie 10SC0 combination smoke and co alarm with 10 year battery around the same price...

    ebay.co.uk/itm…8-0
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    dxx20/02/2022 01:54

    Implemented during a time of global supply shortages with the threat of …Implemented during a time of global supply shortages with the threat of invalidating home insurance for those who can't magic compliant new alarms & sensors out of thin air, wasteful as they prohibit changeable batteries, and entirely unhelpful in preventing their stated aim of avoiding another Grenfell, because while they are required to be interlinked, they're required to be interlinked only within a private home, and not within a building. So, if your ground floor neighbour's fridge catches fire in the night, the first you'll learn about it is as the smoke rises sufficiently through your building that it triggers your hallway alarm. The smoke, or the flames. Helpful, no?


    To be fair - the law was drawn up before covid and the supply chain issues created because of that. It was delayed a year, and possibly could or should have been delayed further because of that.

    As far as being wasteful, the sensor part of the units only have a shelf life of about ten years, so would need replaced if they use sealed batteries, replaceable ones or mains, so that doesn't make a huge difference.
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    Just ordered it's not expired
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