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Kidde Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm available for pre order £15.99 @ Aldi
Kidde Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm available for pre order £15.99 @ Aldi

Kidde Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm available for pre order £15.99 @ Aldi

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An easy-to-install, battery-operated Kidde Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm. The voice alarm tells you which danger has been detected, even after the event.

Accessories Included
Product manual/instructions
9V battery
Fixing screws/rawlplugs
Silica gel
Features
Voice alarm feature tells you which danger has been detected even after the event
Peak level memory provides notification (voice and LED) when dangerous CO levels have been detected
Front loading battery compartment makes changing the battery easy and convenient
Hush button to temporarily silence nuisance alarms
Test/Reset button to allow regular testing of alarm function
BSI Certification to EN50291-1:2010 (carbon monoxide) and EN14604:2005 (smoke) standards, plus the CE mark, to show that it has achieved the highest possible levels of safety and production requirements
Battery Type: 9V battery included
Brand: Kidde
Colour: White
Dimensions: 29 x 18 x 6 cm
Guarantee/Warranty: 10 years (Not including battery)
Material: Plastic
Product Type: Cameras & Alarms

17 Comments

Should it be in store sooner or later?

Good price, £22.01 for this model (10SCO) on Amazon. Heat

Get separate smoke and carbon monoxide detectors if you can.
Smoke rises. Carbon monoxide sinks.

A slow CO leak will fill the room from the floor up, but you need your smoke alarm high up.

If you must beat the price, get a cool CO alarm like this with a digital display showing the actual CO level, and get the fire brigade to come out and fit you with smoke alarms for free.
Edited by: "sneakybifta" 8th Mar

sneakybifta

Get separate smoke and carbon monoxide detectors if you can.Smoke rises. … Get separate smoke and carbon monoxide detectors if you can.Smoke rises. Carbon monoxide sinks.A slow CO leak will fill the room from the floor up, but you need your smoke alarm high up. If you must beat the price, get a cool CO alarm like this with a digital display showing the actual CO level, and get the fire brigade to come out and fit you with smoke alarms for free.



Popular myth, probably due to
a) confusion with Carbon dioxide which does actually sink to the floor
b) pets die first, but only because the lethal dose is smaller, not because they are on the floor.

CO has a similar density to air and tends to mix evenly. See this study by the HSE.

They actually found that the most effective position for a CO alarm was almost always at the ceiling.
Edited by: "pigeon84" 8th Mar

2 in 1 heat for me

sneakybifta

and get the fire brigade to come out and fit you with smoke alarms for … and get the fire brigade to come out and fit you with smoke alarms for free.



But they won't do it for free in my area. Only the "vulnerable" and low income people qualify.

"Fire brigade fit one for free" always comes up on smoke detector deals and it's just not true for everyone.

Why does it tell you danger has been detected after the event ? What good is that if you've died of carbon monoxide poisoning or your house has burned down?

androoski

But they won't do it for free in my area. Only the "vulnerable" and low … But they won't do it for free in my area. Only the "vulnerable" and low income people qualify. "Fire brigade fit one for free" always comes up on smoke detector deals and it's just not true for everyone.


That's what sneakybifta said if you read it again. Noone said they do CO detectors for free
Edited by: "psychobitchfromhell" 8th Mar

psychobitchfromhell

Why does it tell you danger has been detected after the event ? What good … Why does it tell you danger has been detected after the event ? What good is that if you've died of carbon monoxide poisoning or your house has burned down?


You might have had a small Carbon monoxide leak whilst you where out of the house that the detector picks up. When you return the leak may have gone (i.e. heating switched off so the leak stops or becomes too small to detect) but the alert is still there to let you know what has happened in the day.
I take your point on the fire alarm warning though

psychobitchfromhell

Why does it tell you danger has been detected after the event ? What good … Why does it tell you danger has been detected after the event ? What good is that if you've died of carbon monoxide poisoning or your house has burned down?



Do you really want to die with the nagging question of "why me" left unanswered?

shakerstevens

You might have had a small Carbon monoxide leak whilst you where out of … You might have had a small Carbon monoxide leak whilst you where out of the house that the detector picks up. When you return the leak may have gone (i.e. heating switched off so the leak stops or becomes too small to detect) but the alert is still there to let you know what has happened in the day.I take your point on the fire alarm warning though


I know. I was joking. It's just the way they worded it

psychobitchfromhell

That's what sneakybifta said if you read it again. Noone said they do CO … That's what sneakybifta said if you read it again. Noone said they do CO detectors for free



I didn't say anything about CO detectors either if you read it again.
And I did read it and he said
sneakybifta

get the fire brigade to come out and fit you with smoke alarms for free"



So I don't see any relevance in your reply.





Edited by: "androoski" 8th Mar

I ordered it 2 days ago and it's just been delivered. I don't think its bad for the price delivered in all honesty

Got excited when I saw 'kidde smoke' as my daughter needs a birthday present and i thought i could get her some cheap fags. Sadly it's just a smoke detector. Sad.

Nice

Ordered thanks, good timing as need to replace my old one.

Just bought in store (Bradley Stoke) for £11.99
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