FireAngel Twin Pack Ionising Sensor Smoke Alarms £9.48 Del @ Brooklyn Trading (Internal power pack meaning no batteries are required)
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FireAngel Twin Pack Ionising Sensor Smoke Alarms £9.48 Del @ Brooklyn Trading (Internal power pack meaning no batteries are required)

Mod & Ed 17
Mod & Ed
Found 8th Mar
Cheap as chips for a set of these, priced as low as they are because they the product is only guaranteed until it's replace by end date of 2021. But even with this, I think they're a bargain & I tend to replace my smoke alarms every 3/4 years anyway.

  • Internal power pack meaning no batteries are required - has a warning alarm when the power pack is getting low

This FireAngel twin pack smoke alarms feature an ionising sensor. Easy installation, simply attach the back plate to the wall or ceiling, screw on the alarm and away you go. Both are cream and have a large stop/test button in the centre for ease of use. This product does not require batteries as it uses an internal power pack. It also includes fixing screws and wall plugs for wall and ceiling mounting. This product has a warning alarm when the power pack is getting low. This product is certified to BS EN | 4606:2005. Dimensions: (Height) 3cm x (Diameter) 13cm approximately. Please Note: This product is guaranteed until it's replace by end date of 2021.

BENEFITS:
  • Easy press test and silence
  • Ionisation sensors which provides a early warning of fast flaming fires
  • Internal power pack meaning no batteries are required


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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:
  • Brand: FireAngel
  • Type: Smoke Alarm
  • Quantity: 2
  • Colour: Cream
  • Product Code: TPS1-610
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Some fire services do come and install them for free but please don't use the service if you're capable of installing them yourself and educating yourself about fire safety.
It puts strain on the fire service when they could be helping people who really need it. It must cost an absolute fortune in labour and resources to visit everyone who just wants to save a few quid on a smoke alarm.
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Brill thanks wanted some new alarms ideally the new nest but couldn’t bring myself to fork out over £100!.,,excuse the pun but HEAT added
Ordered two sets, thanks OP.
Don't know if they still do it but if you ring the fire station they come to your house and supply and fit these. Did it for us in Bedfordshire a few years ago.
Ordered,thanks
moschops118 m ago

Don't know if they still do it but if you ring the fire station they come …Don't know if they still do it but if you ring the fire station they come to your house and supply and fit these. Did it for us in Bedfordshire a few years ago.



not for London, I asked them and they said that service has been withdrawn
Must be very old stock - battery life / warranty normally 10 years.

fireangel.co.uk/pro…610
195121 m ago

Must be very old stock - battery life / warranty normally 10 …Must be very old stock - battery life / warranty normally 10 years.https://www.fireangel.co.uk/products/si-610


Yeah but if is still unopened, brand new we shouldn't worry about battery. Only warranty expires after 2021
moschops11 h, 25 m ago

Don't know if they still do it but if you ring the fire station they come …Don't know if they still do it but if you ring the fire station they come to your house and supply and fit these. Did it for us in Bedfordshire a few years ago.


Cleveland fire brigade still fit them free
thefinest11 h, 12 m ago

not for London, I asked them and they said that service has been withdrawn


Nonsense
moschops11 h, 31 m ago

Don't know if they still do it but if you ring the fire station they come …Don't know if they still do it but if you ring the fire station they come to your house and supply and fit these. Did it for us in Bedfordshire a few years ago.


Yes still do, in London also
Marius_Pana1 h, 34 m ago

Yeah but if is still unopened, brand new we shouldn't worry about battery. …Yeah but if is still unopened, brand new we shouldn't worry about battery. Only warranty expires after 2021


Why not? Even if sealed and the battery unused, batteries have a self-discharge rate. I've had a few Fire Angel alarms (not this particular model) with a similar 10y guarantee/ battery promise and all have lasted under 2y (they start 'chipping' to indicate low battery'.)
Have a look at the reviews on Amazon for most of these '10y life' alarms and a common theme amongst the poorer ratings is the battery running out well before that timeline.
Some fire services do come and install them for free but please don't use the service if you're capable of installing them yourself and educating yourself about fire safety.
It puts strain on the fire service when they could be helping people who really need it. It must cost an absolute fortune in labour and resources to visit everyone who just wants to save a few quid on a smoke alarm.
Malachi_X19 h, 29 m ago

Nonsense



how is it nonsense. I contacted the local fire station and asked for a fire alarm. their response, via email, was they do not provide fire alarms anymore.
thefinest112 m ago

how is it nonsense. I contacted the local fire station and asked for a …how is it nonsense. I contacted the local fire station and asked for a fire alarm. their response, via email, was they do not provide fire alarms anymore.


Can I ask which station gave you this incorrect information?
Tottenham fire station London N17, but then again, now thinking about it, it was before Grenfell tower.....do you think they've changed their stance?
thefinest15 m ago

Tottenham fire station London N17, but then again, now thinking about it, …Tottenham fire station London N17, but then again, now thinking about it, it was before Grenfell tower.....do you think they've changed their stance?


London, like most brigades nationwide have provided 'home fire safety visits' which include free installation where necessary of smoke alarms.
This is a free service that has been provided for over a decade, and continue to do so. You can book an appointment online here

hfsvwr.london-fire.gov.uk/HFS…spx
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