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FireAngel Smoke Alarm with Escape light £7.31 INSTORE only at Tesco
FireAngel Smoke Alarm with Escape light £7.31 INSTORE only at Tesco

FireAngel Smoke Alarm with Escape light £7.31 INSTORE only at Tesco

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I picked up one of these instore last night and have just installed it. It's been on my 'to do' for two years! Hope it encourages at least one other person to do so by posting the deal!

OOS at Tesco direct and costs £9.75
£11.98 at B&Q
£14.99 at edf energy
£17.78 inc delivery at FireAngelDirect

Ionisation smoke alarm with Ultra bright escape light.
High Quality Ionisation Sensor
Complete with alkaline 9V battery
"Bluescape" escape light Ultra bright escape light will help to illuminate your escape route and provide a visual indication that the unit is in alarm
Dimensions (HxDia): 32x110mm
With test button
Smart Silence
Low Profile design
5-year warranty

details here... fireangel.co.uk/Smo…spx

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:thumbsup:thanks

You get 2 free and installed by the firefighters, ring or go online to your local station and they'll come to with 2 alarms and install them for free. Had mine done a few weeks back-Plus they came in a fire engine, so my 2 year old was over the moon.

Do they install the ones with lights then?

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eld1985;7946317

You get 2 free and installed by the firefighters, ring or go online to … You get 2 free and installed by the firefighters, ring or go online to your local station and they'll come to with 2 alarms and install them for free. Had mine done a few weeks back-Plus they came in a fire engine, so my 2 year old was over the moon.



I doubt they have the escape light on them, but thanks for pointing it out - I'm sure it will benefit somebody reading the thread :thumbsup:

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my daughter came home from school with a leaflet, but the website doesn't work for me...
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freephone 0800 555 815

edit: this is a better website link ]http//fi…tml

We don't fit the ones with lights, just normal 10 year battery ones but get in while you can as free smoke alarms fitted by the fire service is soon to be a thing of the past as funding has run out.

nice find
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