Kidde 7DCO Carbon Monoxide Alarm (replaceable batteries) Digital Display 10 Year Sensor and Warranty- £14.50 Amazon- Click and collect
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Kidde 7DCO Carbon Monoxide Alarm (replaceable batteries) Digital Display 10 Year Sensor and Warranty- £14.50 Amazon- Click and collect

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Found 13th Sep 2017Edited by:"kkthomask"
Decent price drop-
The Kidde KID7DCOC continuously monitors for the presence of deadly Carbon Monoxide in the home providing a constant protection against its effects. As well as twin red and green LED's, the 7DCO features a digital display that continuously displays CO levels detected. The alarm can either be installed on a wall or just placed on a tabletop or shelf for added convenience. It is also ideal for use when on holiday, in rented accommodation, or for use in caravans and boats and complies with the very latest EN50291.2010 standards, Parts 1 & 2 (boats and caravans).



The Kidde 7DCO Carbon Monoxide Alarm features an industry leading 10 year sensor life, meaning it lasts 40% longer than any other CO alarm. The alarm has an end of life warning to replace the unit after ten year's protection.



Technical specification:
Model: 7DCO
Sensor life: 10 years
Complies with EN50291.2012 standards, Parts 1 & 2 (boats and caravans)
CE tested and certified
Temperature range: 0 to 40 and -20 to 60 degrees centigrade for storage or transport
Humidity range: 10%-95% relative humidity (RH) non-condensing




As the world's largest manufacturer of fire safety products, Kidde's mission is to provide solutions that protect people and property from the effects of fire and its related hazards. For 90 years, industry leaders, the military, airlines and firefighters have relied on Kidde to deliver superior fire detection and suppression.



Consumers will find that same advanced fire safety technology in Kidde's residential and commercial smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms, fire extinguishers and other life safety products. Based in Mebane, NC, Kidde is part of UTC Fire & Security, a leading global supplier of fire safety and security services serving government, industrial, commercial and retail industries with brand names such as Kidde, Chubb and others. UTC Fire & Security is a division of United Technologies Corporation (NYSE:UTX) a diversified company that provides high technology products and services to the aerospace and commercial building industries worldwide.
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bargain! ordered! you can never be too safe! thank you
does anyone know where in the house it is best to position this?
Doesn't Amazon C&C still charge for delivery?
jmk212124 m ago

bargain! ordered! you can never be too safe! thank youdoes anyone know …bargain! ordered! you can never be too safe! thank youdoes anyone know where in the house it is best to position this?


CO is lighter than air so near the boiler and slightly above head height. Sad to say that mine is in the cupboard with the boiler too, in my defence I only recently moved in here. Going to fix it now.
Not only essential for boiler areas but also for gas oven kitchens.

I was shocked a few years ago to find the the source of an alert wasn't the boiler but rather the gas oven.
DingoDirk38 m ago

Not only essential for boiler areas but also for gas oven kitchens. I was …Not only essential for boiler areas but also for gas oven kitchens. I was shocked a few years ago to find the the source of an alert wasn't the boiler but rather the gas oven.



A gas engineer in my house was perturbed at fact I used a small camping stove to make espresso coffee, because of the Carbon Monoxide dangers - but seemed to think a gas hob was OK. At the time I said I couldn't see how a gas hob wouldn't emit more Carbon monoxide and must be equally as dangerous or safe.
CO alarms should be a standard in every house but so should an annual boiler inspection and service IMO, especially if the boiler is more than 10 years old.
jhw49 m ago

A gas engineer in my house was perturbed at fact I used a small camping …A gas engineer in my house was perturbed at fact I used a small camping stove to make espresso coffee, because of the Carbon Monoxide dangers - but seemed to think a gas hob was OK. At the time I said I couldn't see how a gas hob wouldn't emit more Carbon monoxide and must be equally as dangerous or safe.


It's too complicated for me to understand the details but what was explained to me was that gas ovens are significantly underestimated as a source of carbon monoxide. This is partly because for some reason we don't tend to have ovens serviced.

A properly functioning oven with clean secondary air holes, primary air intake and correct pressure and clean hobs and pilot will be okay - although even then the advice is to cook for prolonged periods with a window open.

Non stick oven liners can be a problem causing blocked air holes, low oxygen and re-burn.

It's certainly an eye opener.

I don't know if I'd use a camping stove inside the house. The issue of "re-burn" is something I don't fully understand but I was told that domestic ovens are designed to minimise dangers that are otherwise inevitably present

The two best gadgets in life are smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors.
Slightly ironic it having a warranty
Edited by: "macamask" 13th Sep 2017
This is prime only price. Please update title with non prime price
DingoDirk2 h, 54 m ago

Not only essential for boiler areas but also for gas oven kitchens. I was …Not only essential for boiler areas but also for gas oven kitchens. I was shocked a few years ago to find the the source of an alert wasn't the boiler but rather the gas oven.



And multi-fuel stove. Glad we had our one (actually 2) 2 years ago. It started beeping, a few minutes later the stove starting throw back smoke. The fire brigade came in with a specialised team that deals with Carbon Monoxide. They checked us all, while the firemen dealt with the smoke. I was the only one with high level of Carbon monoxide in my system, but it was caught on time. If you value your life or the life of your loved one, invest in one of those.
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jeannot185 h, 17 m ago

If you value your life or the life of your loved one, invest in one of …If you value your life or the life of your loved one, invest in one of those.


Ditto that and invest in two if there is another fuel-burning appliance (especially if it is solid fuel) in a different room.
I bought one of these after reading that reddit thread of the guy who was writing himself messages and didn't realise due to carbon monoxide poisoning

reddit.com/r/l…nt/
great deal, i have one in every room where gas is burned and an additional one in the landing too.
Just fitted a log burner and had to fit one of these to meet building regs, paid about£35 so this is a decent price!
We have some of this model in our house.
The best thing about it, in my opinion, is that it will show you the peak-reading. So you'll know if there's been a recent high concentration of CO even though it wasn't enough to actually trigger the alarm
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