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FireAngel Smoke Alarm Only £4.49 or 2 for £8.09 @ Robert Dyas
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FireAngel Smoke Alarm Only £4.49 or 2 for £8.09 @ Robert Dyas

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Posted 31st Jan

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Update 1
Expired - confirmed via Robert Dyas support the item listed on site is not correct and you will receive a different item from their sister brand (AngelEye).
EDIT: @devious11 reported that instead of a FireAngel alarm they received one from FireAngel's sister brand which was a different model. Should still be fine but please be aware of this before purchasing.

Works out at £4.04 per alarm if you are buying two of these, bargain! You can get free click and collect at any Robert Dyas store or pay for delivery if order is under £50 in total.

Use code JAN10MVC to take 10% off and get the price listed. If you have Telegraph Rewards you can get 15% off instead (code may be generic but can't find it).
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The FireAngel SB1 optical smoke alarm is best at detecting slow smouldering fires and is less prone to nuisance alarms. It features a large test and silence button and has an audible low battery warning when the batteries need replacing. The alarm is powered by a 9V battery which is supplied with the alarm and has a 3 year warranty.

In order to achieve the earliest fire warning, we recommend that a smoke alarm is fitted in all rooms where the temperature is normally between 4°C (40°F) and 38°C (100°F).



Specifications
  • Large central test and silence button feature
  • Battery Icon 1 x 9V replaceable battery included
  • ThermoptekHigh performance optical sensor
  • 3year_warranty icon3 year warranty (not including replaceable battery)
  • Artboard 70Sounds a loud 85dB alarm (3 meters)
  • KitemarkCertified to BS EN 14604:2005
  • Positioning: Hallways/Landings/Living Rooms/Bedrooms.
  • Dimensions: D 3.5 x W 9.0 x H 9.0 cm
  • Colour: White

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Anyone else get a totally different brand sent? The ones that arrived are called "AngelEye" not FireAngel. The website on the box is angeleye.com which doesn't even work. The twitter account on the box hasn't posted anything in 4 years. Not a good sign.

Edit: Robert Dyas confirmed it's a mistake on their website. It's definitely an AngelEye smoke alarm. Not FireAngel.
Edited by: "codebee" 5th Feb
ceilandealkong31/01/2020 10:50

If you live in Mid & West Wales area you can get them free and they …If you live in Mid & West Wales area you can get them free and they sometimes give Co2 alarms. Contact them on 0370 60 60 699. To arrange a visit.


Most fire stations install it for free, if you cannot afford one or struggle to install then definitely do it. However, if you can afford it and know how to install then I'd say it's better to save the fire service time and money
These magnetic plates are brilliant, definitely the way to go, only takes a few minutes to put one up, no screws, drilling or worrying about pipes/cables.

Wish I'd seen them years ago....

amazon.co.uk/dp/…age
Edited by: "Bash_er" 31st Jan
roblarge31/01/2020 17:11

Battery smoke detectors no longer comply with fire regs BS5839-6 2019. The …Battery smoke detectors no longer comply with fire regs BS5839-6 2019. The fire brigade break their own regulations when they fit these


Really?

Without even looking I don't believe that at all. Maybe for new builds, but no way they would make it illegal to fit a battery powered one to a non new build, that is just nonsense.
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Thanks OP
Nice one Jamie
If you live in Mid & West Wales area you can get them free and they sometimes give Co2 alarms. Contact them on 0370 60 60 699. To arrange a visit.
use code JAN20HS for £5 of 25£, it takes 6 of them to £21.97, eg £3.60 per piece, don't forget tcb/quidco, from my experience rd pay even if code used full 2%
Thanks OP
Edited by: "_hukdealer_" 1st Feb
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Big heat from me. Anyone who doesn't have a smoke alarm is a fool.
deleted25169931/01/2020 12:22

Big heat from me. Anyone who doesn't have a smoke alarm is a fool.


It always wakes me up when I fall asleep smoking in bed so it had to go.
Nice spot, Also, if anyone needs 6 lot, it's 21.97 using code JAN20HS,
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ceilandealkong31/01/2020 10:50

If you live in Mid & West Wales area you can get them free and they …If you live in Mid & West Wales area you can get them free and they sometimes give Co2 alarms. Contact them on 0370 60 60 699. To arrange a visit.


Most fire stations install it for free, if you cannot afford one or struggle to install then definitely do it. However, if you can afford it and know how to install then I'd say it's better to save the fire service time and money
Thanks for the highlight @andywedge
I've had same brand but different type free from fire service battery 10 year life absolute rubbish dont last and cant replace battery I gave up in the end and bought a different brand.
Call your local fire station and the crews will come fit you fire angel smoke alarms for free!
Damn. Needed this a couple of days ago. Shame bought one already.
Battery smoke detectors no longer comply with fire regs BS5839-6 2019. The fire brigade break their own regulations when they fit these
£1.99 in Aldi in Jan
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Edited by: "cricky12" 31st Jan
roblarge31/01/2020 17:11

Battery smoke detectors no longer comply with fire regs BS5839-6 2019. The …Battery smoke detectors no longer comply with fire regs BS5839-6 2019. The fire brigade break their own regulations when they fit these


Can’t find anything online saying that, is that definetely the case?
roblarge31/01/2020 17:11

Battery smoke detectors no longer comply with fire regs BS5839-6 2019. The …Battery smoke detectors no longer comply with fire regs BS5839-6 2019. The fire brigade break their own regulations when they fit these


Really, better than none pal
nunny195331/01/2020 13:16

I've had same brand but different type free from fire service battery 10 …I've had same brand but different type free from fire service battery 10 year life absolute rubbish dont last and cant replace battery I gave up in the end and bought a different brand.


These have a replaceable battery
roblarge31/01/2020 17:11

Battery smoke detectors no longer comply with fire regs BS5839-6 2019. The …Battery smoke detectors no longer comply with fire regs BS5839-6 2019. The fire brigade break their own regulations when they fit these


Really?

Without even looking I don't believe that at all. Maybe for new builds, but no way they would make it illegal to fit a battery powered one to a non new build, that is just nonsense.
These magnetic plates are brilliant, definitely the way to go, only takes a few minutes to put one up, no screws, drilling or worrying about pipes/cables.

Wish I'd seen them years ago....

amazon.co.uk/dp/…age
Edited by: "Bash_er" 31st Jan
Yeah. I'm an electrician and have to follow these regs on a daily basis.
roblarge31/01/2020 17:40

Yeah. I'm an electrician and have to follow these regs on a daily basis.


That won't apply to owner occupied properties. Certainly new build and rented properties, but not owner occupied ones.
You can c&C from Ryman as well if you do not have a RD local store.
Matt_P_90531/01/2020 13:37

Call your local fire station and the crews will come fit you fire angel …Call your local fire station and the crews will come fit you fire angel smoke alarms for free!


Or you buy these for £2 from Aldi and save lots of money to essential services. It costs them way more to get these, visit and fit them.
sheffield78831/01/2020 19:00

You can c&C from Ryman as well if you do not have a RD local store.


Don't think you can anymore or I'd have ordered.
jamie1531/01/2020 19:05

Don't think you can anymore or I'd have ordered.


Was not aware of this, I always collected from Ryman but my last order was about 3 months ago.
sheffield78831/01/2020 19:03

Or you buy these for £2 from Aldi and save lots of money to essential …Or you buy these for £2 from Aldi and save lots of money to essential services. It costs them way more to get these, visit and fit them.


The fire service also offers home fire safety advice and fit them in the best location possible, it’s cost is factored into annual budgets and even in times of austerity prevention and education is priceless. Please don’t let prince be a factor in home fore safety and let the experts do the work for you
Bash_er31/01/2020 17:40

These magnetic plates are brilliant, definitely the way to go, only takes …These magnetic plates are brilliant, definitely the way to go, only takes a few minutes to put one up, no screws, drilling or worrying about pipes/cables.Wish I'd seen them years ago....https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B074PJSMRY?psc=1&ref=ppx_pop_dt_b_asin_image


This product looks very good, never crossed my mind to look for something like this. Not clear if 4 pieces are for 4 or for 2, as you need 2 for each device.
Matt_P_90531/01/2020 19:08

The fire service also offers home fire safety advice and fit them in the …The fire service also offers home fire safety advice and fit them in the best location possible, it’s cost is factored into annual budgets and even in times of austerity prevention and education is priceless. Please don’t let prince be a factor in home fore safety and let the experts do the work for you


I work with them and you are right about letting the experts doing it. The assumption is people will replace the old ones, so will put them in the same place where the old ones were. Assuming the old ones were put by the experts. I do referrals to them weekly, even they have a budget for this, at my place of work we have a budget too and we try to save it for those more in needs than others. The budgets have been slashed gradually over the past 10 years and the advice is to be creative and seek for solutions with less money. Which definetely will not work in this case.
sheffield78831/01/2020 19:14

I work with them and you are right about letting the experts doing it. The …I work with them and you are right about letting the experts doing it. The assumption is people will replace the old ones, so will put them in the same place where the old ones were. Assuming the old ones were put by the experts. I do referrals to them weekly, even they have a budget for this, at my place of work we have a budget too and we try to save it for those more in needs than others. The budgets have been slashed gradually over the past 10 years and the advice is to be creative and seek for solutions with less money. Which definetely will not work in this case.


I’ve been a front line firefighter for 15 years and have seen the effects that this programme has had - it’s a service open to everyone and people should not be put off thinking the fire service have better things to do or cost. I didn’t mean to come across harsh just want to ensure people are aware that they can get the service for free
Matt_P_90531/01/2020 19:16

I’ve been a front line firefighter for 15 years and have seen the effects t …I’ve been a front line firefighter for 15 years and have seen the effects that this programme has had - it’s a service open to everyone and people should not be put off thinking the fire service have better things to do or cost. I didn’t mean to come across harsh just want to ensure people are aware that they can get the service for free


I absolutely agree with you. This is why we make lots of referrals for older people and vulnerable people who can't sort this out themselves. You don't come harsh, my point is if you can do it yourself, do it. I replaced 4 of mine, put them exactly in the same place as the old ones. I didn't have a kitchen one, so I read the instructions and over the internet before making a decision where is best to place it.
If you can't do it, obviously safety first, not only yours, but others too, so best access the free service from the experts. This is one of the very few free services where there is no eligibility criteria and it is obvious why every one can access it.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 31st Jan
sheffield78831/01/2020 19:07

Was not aware of this, I always collected from Ryman but my last order was …Was not aware of this, I always collected from Ryman but my last order was about 3 months ago.


I was looking to buy a few things and collect at Ryman myself, was surprised to see the option removed. Must have been stopped recently. Quite disappointing as Robert Dyas locations are much less easier to get to.
jamie1531/01/2020 19:21

I was looking to buy a few things and collect at Ryman myself, was …I was looking to buy a few things and collect at Ryman myself, was surprised to see the option removed. Must have been stopped recently. Quite disappointing as Robert Dyas locations are much less easier to get to.


Rubbish, they probably lost me as a customer. I've just checked and you're right.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 31st Jan
sheffield78831/01/2020 19:22

Rubbish, they probably lost me as a customer. I've just checked and you're …Rubbish, they probably lost me as a customer. I've just checked and you're right.


twitter.com/Rob…=19

Confirmed here.
roblarge31/01/2020 17:11

Battery smoke detectors no longer comply with fire regs BS5839-6 2019. The …Battery smoke detectors no longer comply with fire regs BS5839-6 2019. The fire brigade break their own regulations when they fit these


You don't need one from tomorrow
Matt_P_90531/01/2020 19:08

The fire service also offers home fire safety advice and fit them in the …The fire service also offers home fire safety advice and fit them in the best location possible, it’s cost is factored into annual budgets and even in times of austerity prevention and education is priceless. Please don’t let prince be a factor in home fore safety and let the experts do the work for you


The Brigades also have yearly targets to meet with home fire safety visits.
Edited by: "quakerphil" 31st Jan
sheffield78831/01/2020 19:10

This product looks very good, never crossed my mind to look for something …This product looks very good, never crossed my mind to look for something like this. Not clear if 4 pieces are for 4 or for 2, as you need 2 for each device.



4 pieces for 4 separate smoke alarms. They are brilliant, took me 5 minutes to put 4 alarms up.

I'd always been hesitant as where to put them, so only had 1 up, but with these, no problem at all, so I added an extra 4.
Edited by: "Bash_er" 31st Jan
Nice find.

I paid a lot more for a pair of these late last year. Still worth it, mind.
Thanks for posting, we have added this to the Highlights pages
Thanks OP, had smoke alarms in the hallways but none in bedrooms. £20 for 4 inc delivery is a no brainer for the added safety.
Edited by: "codebee" 1st Feb
cricky1231/01/2020 17:29

£1.99 in Aldi in Jan[Image]


sheffield78831/01/2020 19:03

Or you buy these for £2 from Aldi and save lots of money to essential …Or you buy these for £2 from Aldi and save lots of money to essential services. It costs them way more to get these, visit and fit them.


Jan' is now 'done', lol.

Would I still be able to get them for £1.99 each still, etc?, like say Tomorrow?, or ... thanx.
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