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Life saver carbon monoxide alarm @ Amazon - £11.89 Prime / £14.88 non-Prime
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Life saver carbon monoxide alarm @ Amazon - £11.89 Prime / £14.88 non-Prime

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Posted 26th Oct 2018
Great deal on an Alarm

  • Continuous monitoring
  • End-of-life alarm
  • Test/reset button
  • Battery operation
  • Multi-function green and red LED's
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EstorilBlue26th Oct 2018

This is the stuff you need to mention in your deal to let people know its …This is the stuff you need to mention in your deal to let people know its a good price!


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Thanks for posting, but just out of interest why is this a deal? Genuine enquiry. Ive looked and there are a lot of CM detectors for about £10, why is this one special? Thanks
EstorilBlue26/10/2018 09:13

Thanks for posting, but just out of interest why is this a deal? Genuine …Thanks for posting, but just out of interest why is this a deal? Genuine enquiry. Ive looked and there are a lot of CM detectors for about £10, why is this one special? Thanks


Special, couldn't tell you and you're right there are cheaper out there, but this for sure is reliable and a reputable company

But Argos, homebase etc sell these for £20 for just one, or 2 for £30
gimba26/10/2018 09:23

Argos, homebase etc sell these for £20 for just one, or 2 for £30


This is the stuff you need to mention in your deal to let people know its a good price!
EstorilBlue26th Oct 2018

This is the stuff you need to mention in your deal to let people know its …This is the stuff you need to mention in your deal to let people know its a good price!


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I'm voting hot just because everyone should have one (especially at this price )
Edited by: "dannyboiz" 26th Oct 2018
Cheers.
price for non prime members is £16.48 with delivery (its 11.99 not 11.89)
ritz12315 m ago

price for non prime members is £16.48 with delivery (its 11.99 not 11.89)


Agree, I dunno why admin add non prime price, I didn't even mention that on original posting
Interesting point I heard from a Fireman about Smoke Alarms (not Carbon Monoxide Alarm)

"You might test the battery every so often (along with the speaker/siren) by pressing the button, but have you tested that the sensor actually works? Light a match/candle, blow it out and wave the smoke under the sensor"

Wise words
dannyboiz26/10/2018 14:57

Interesting point I heard from a Fireman about Smoke Alarms (not Carbon …Interesting point I heard from a Fireman about Smoke Alarms (not Carbon Monoxide Alarm)"You might test the battery every so often (along with the speaker/siren) by pressing the button, but have you tested that the sensor actually works? Light a match/candle, blow it out and wave the smoke under the sensor"Wise words


Same applies for carbon monoxide alarms - incense sticks are ideal to test them as they throw out loads of carbon monoxide
Edited by: "arCuThEDOWDr" 27th Oct 2018
arCuThEDOWDr2 h, 23 m ago

Same applies for carbon monoxide alarms - incense sticks are ideal to test …Same applies for carbon monoxide alarms - incense sticks are ideal to test them as they throw out loads of carbon monoxide



Thanks, useful tip, I've been trying to think of a safe way of testing these.
Just seen these on Amazon - deal of the day twin pack for under £20!
amazon.co.uk/Fir…V9G
Now £11.50 dude
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