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Kidde 10Y29 Smoke Alarm - Optical Photoelectric 10 Year (Life and Warranty) Sealed Battery 6.12 @ Amazon (free delivery prime add £3.99)
Kidde 10Y29 Smoke Alarm - Optical Photoelectric 10 Year (Life and Warranty) Sealed Battery 6.12 @ Amazon (free delivery prime add £3.99)

Kidde 10Y29 Smoke Alarm - Optical Photoelectric 10 Year (Life and Warranty) Sealed Battery 6.12 @ Amazon (free delivery prime add £3.99)

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I've posted these before at 6.79 but now even cheaper!

And a must have for any home/office. 

Optical Photoelectric sensor

10 year long life operation (No need to replace battery)

Early silent low battery warning

Reduced sounder output for testing

Hush Test/Reset buttons

(and don't get me started with the "free ones I could get from my local fire brigade" parasitic nonsense, -rant over...)

7 Comments

seems like they are selling really old stock, all the latest amazon review say battery fails within a year

Ive got smoke alarms dotted all over my house. They are an absolute essential. However the number of negative reviews on Amazon for this one make it a no no for me. Dont know if they should even be selling them.

Bear in mind that you probably want a mix of photoelectric and ionisation smoke alarms in the house as they detect different fires.

nanuek

Bear in mind that you probably want a mix of photoelectric and ionisation … Bear in mind that you probably want a mix of photoelectric and ionisation smoke alarms in the house as they detect different fires.


More details needed please

MaximusRo

More details needed please


Probably better to research it yourself than to take my word for it. For something like fire safety my only advice is not to trust to some random on the internet.

nanuek

Probably better to research it yourself than to take my word for it. For … Probably better to research it yourself than to take my word for it. For something like fire safety my only advice is not to trust to some random on the internet.


Well if it is so important and technical, this should be regulated by the government or by the local councils etc
we can do our research of course but at the end of the day, John Average might not be so well informed
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