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Kidde 10Y29-UK Optical Ten Year Long-Life Battery Smoke Alarm £10.95 (+£4.49 NP) Delivered @ Amazon
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Kidde 10Y29-UK Optical Ten Year Long-Life Battery Smoke Alarm £10.95 (+£4.49 NP) Delivered @ Amazon

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Posted 30th Sep
Decent price here for the smoke alarm.

Description
The Kidde 10Y29 Photoelectric Alarm is a state of the art optical smoke alarm, designed for easy installation and a 10 years life (no need to change batteries, power source lasts units life-span).

The Optical Photoelectric sensor is highly efficient at detecting slow burning and smouldering fires, such as furniture. The small diameter of the smoke alarm (just 104mm) reduces its storage space needs.

The Kidde 10Y29 alarm features an innovative early and silent low battery warning. This means that rather than chirping and beeping, an LED light will flash at the early signs of the battery running out. After 30 days, the alarm will then start chirping for 30 more days to indicate the end of life. This silent alert feature will be a real benefit when low ambient temperatures occur, as this decreases the battery's temperature and therefore voltage. This typically occurs during the early hours of the night, and therefore this silent feature will prevent annoying beeping at unsociable hours.

Features
  • Optical Photoelectric sensor
  • 10 year long life operation (No need to replace battery)
  • Early silent low battery warning
  • Reduced sounder output for testing
  • Hush and Test/Reset buttons

Hope it helps someone.
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These any better than the fire angel ST-622? I’ve had one die well before it’s expiry they sent another because apparently that batch was defunct. But then the replacement isn’t happy going off for no apparent reason. Then my other one is false alarming too. Currently got none active in the house. Which I’m quite conscious how vulnerable that makes me. Tempted to contact the fire-brigade I hear they will come and inspect a property and supply relevant alarms etc
Edited by: "louiearch9309" 30th Sep
Cheers
Hammerit4430/09/2019 15:45

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Thanks I got this in asda for 3.5 each on sale, guess I will be returning them tomorrow.
louiearch930930/09/2019 18:10

These any better than the fire angel ST-622? I’ve had one die well before i …These any better than the fire angel ST-622? I’ve had one die well before it’s expiry they sent another because apparently that batch was defunct. But then the replacement isn’t happy going off for no apparent reason. Then my other one is false alarming too. Currently got none active in the house. Which I’m quite conscious how vulnerable that makes me. Tempted to contact the fire-brigade I hear they will come and inspect a property and supply relevant alarms etc


I think that service is for those on benefits, low income, the elderly and or vulnerable. I don’t think it’s “generally” available to all.
rok26330/09/2019 20:18

I think that service is for those on benefits, low income, the elderly and …I think that service is for those on benefits, low income, the elderly and or vulnerable. I don’t think it’s “generally” available to all.


In Mid and West Wales it free for everyone, I also had a carbon monoxide alarm for free as well 🚒 Ring 0370 60 60 699.
Edited by: "ceilandealkong" 1st Oct
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