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Kidde plug in carbon monoxide detector with battery backup @ Home Bargains
Kidde plug in carbon monoxide detector with battery backup @ Home  Bargains

Kidde plug in carbon monoxide detector with battery backup @ Home Bargains

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Original Poster

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got one of these,,,

are they any good :thumbsup:

mark333;8312108

are they any good :thumbsup:



Ive had one of these for about 2 years,but for me the biggest downfall is they have to be plugged into a mains socket and therefore less versatile,i never know where to plug mine in without trailing wires down the wall.yes i am sure they work very well.

Banned

The Fire Brigade are doing these free in my area.

Therefore voting cold......

seefman;8313152

The Fire Brigade are doing these free in my area.Therefore voting … The Fire Brigade are doing these free in my area.Therefore voting cold......



Really?
We only get Smoke Detectors in our area.

i want one hot from me if the link works say's page can not be found

mmorpg_gamer;8313478

i want one hot from me if the link works say's page can not be found



The link isnt a valid website as you cant order online with Home Bargains

Madmont;8313480

The link isnt a valid website as you cant order online with Home Bargains


ok thx going up town 2mro to see if there's a store in sarfend

seefman;8313152

The Fire Brigade are doing these free in my area.Therefore voting … The Fire Brigade are doing these free in my area.Therefore voting cold......



Are you sure its not just SMOKE alarms that are free via the Fire Brigade? :?

Interesting .... these are the same units that somebody posted as todays special offer on Ebay! I got one then for about £12. It seems ok! it's a bit bulky though I'm not sure it HAS to be plugged in ... it certainly takes batteries too.

These are "Top Quality" and from a well respected Company. I am amazed that a reader reports that a Fire Brigade are giving them away "Free", normally they are "Smoke Alarms".Superb price, mine originally cost over £30.00. Voted Hot.

I saw these in Home Bargains yesterday. I didn't realise that they are plug in ones becase tbh they looked pretty bulky - I think that some people may have a job finding a suitable socket to put it into. We already have a different cm alarm so I didn't buy one, but voted hot for the price anyway - as I think these are a household essential :thumbsup:.

Great price, we paid double for ours and its just like a smoke alarm so we dont have to plug it in just a 9v battery.. Hot from me.

I saw these and thought they were good pricewise, however I don't think they will be as useful as a battery powered one that you can place anywhere.

I remembered once seeing something on TV that said carbon monoxide detectors shouldn't be used near the floor (and most power points are just above the skirting boards).

]This article seems to agree :thumbsup:

toonarmani;8315051

I saw these and thought they were good pricewise, however I don't think … I saw these and thought they were good pricewise, however I don't think they will be as useful as a battery powered one that you can place anywhere.I remembered once seeing something on TV that said carbon monoxide detectors shouldn't be used near the floor (and most power points are just above the skirting boards).]This article seems to agree :thumbsup:




I think it has a wire connecting the adaptor to the unit, so you can locate it away from the floor if you wish.

Mark5211;8320748

I think it has a wire connecting the adaptor to the unit, so you can … I think it has a wire connecting the adaptor to the unit, so you can locate it away from the floor if you wish.



Just purchased one thanks to the OP, voted hot, I will look fo the wire to take it away from the floor thanks.
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