LIFESAVER Kidde Carbon Monoxide Detector NOW £8 @ Asda instore and online - was £12.50
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LIFESAVER Kidde Carbon Monoxide Detector NOW £8 @ Asda instore and online - was £12.50

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Found 18th Jun 2012
Safeguard your home against the possibility of carbon monoxide poisoning - or even worse - death.

Protects you from carbon monoxide - the silent killer
Battery powered alarm - provides protection even during power cut
Easy to set up and use
End-of-life warning - alerts you that the alarm needs to be replaced after 7 years of protection
Loud 85dB alarm - designed to wake you as you sleep
Test/reset button - allows you to immediately silence the alarm and test alarm electronics
5 year warranty on alarm Carbon monoxide alarm

Make sure your entire home is safe. Kidde, the world's leading manufacturer of home safety products, offers a complete product line to protect your home and family, including fire extinguishers, carbon monoxide alarms, smoke alarms, fire escape ladders and fire blankets.

Kidde Smoke alarms were also reduced to £5 - from £7.

Photo was taken at Asda, Isle Of Dogs, London E14 this evening*

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Original Poster

Kidde Smoke alarms were also reduced to £5 - from £7.

I finally got round to buying the Carbon Monoxide Detector. I didn't get a smoke detector as I already have 2 installed.

A lot of people might think that there is no point in getting a Carbon Monoxide Detector but can you really put a price on your life and that of your family? My belief is that you should always expect the unexpected - or at least take precautions. Leave nothing to chance I say, otherwise you might regret it.


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Edited by: "AppStar" 18th Jun 2012

You gotta be kidde?!

will order thanks, just about to move in our first home and we have the boiler in our bedroom and two kiddies under 2. Its apparently safe but can't take the risk.

lol i didnt read in store!! been trying to find it online!

http://groceries.asda.com/asda-estore/catalog/sectionpagecontainer.jsp?skuId=910000044564&departmentid=1214921923802&aisleid=1214921925048&startValue=&referrer=cookiesDetecting

found it! Its in asda groceries and dont forget TCB or quidco!

Original Poster

plumpyLIPS

http://groceries.asda.com/asda-estore/catalog/sectionpagecontainer.jsp?skuId=910000044564&departmentid=1214921923802&aisleid=1214921925048&startValue=&referrer=cookiesDetectingfound it! Its in asda groceries and dont forget TCB or quidco!

Thanks;)

I couldn't find it online on Asda Direct when one would've thought it would be there.
Edited by: "AppStar" 19th Jun 2012

Original Poster

Could a Mod please add the link plumpyLIPS found

http://groceries.asda.com/asda-estore/catalog/sectionpagecontainer.jsp?skuId=910000044564&departmentid=1214921923802&aisleid=1214921925048&startValue=&referrer=cookiesDetecting

to this deal. I've tried pasting it in the URL section but it's not giving me an option to Paste. How bizarre

Thanks!

Hot, hot, hot, every house neeeds one!

I always take one on holiday - You may know your boiler is well serviced but always like a bit of piece of mind on holiday . Rest of the year its up in our house. Also in caravans/motorhomes should have one of these.
Edited by: "goodnightirene" 19th Jun 2012

Our homes are comparatively small and unventilated (due to the cold) and with so much of tech put in and then you need more tech to solve problems created by other tech and then you need batteries which need disposal....
aarrrhhhh
I am getting frustrated with all this. I want to go back to cave life
Why cant CO alarms come standard with all boilers !!

this isnt cheap, i got mine in B&Q for a fiver. some energy companies also give them away free (i think it was from Scottish energy or Scottish gas or something)

rossysaurus

this isnt cheap, i got mine in B&Q for a fiver. some energy companies … this isnt cheap, i got mine in B&Q for a fiver. some energy companies also give them away free (i think it was from Scottish energy or Scottish gas or something)


It's normally the smoke detectors that are fivish/ free. The carbon monoxide detectors are normally >£10. At least around where I live anyway. Good deal OP!

If you haven't got one, get one.

I did, and one day it went off. Turned out that the flue wasn't sealed properly. Just the simple act of having one of these may well have saved my family's lives.

AppStar

Kidde Smoke alarms were also reduced to £5 - from £7.I finally got round t … Kidde Smoke alarms were also reduced to £5 - from £7.I finally got round to buying the Carbon Monoxide Detector. I didn't get a smoke detector as I already have 2 installed. A lot of people might think that there is no point in getting a Carbon Monoxide Detector but can you really put a price on your life and that of your family? My belief is that you should always expect the unexpected - or at least take precautions. Leave nothing to chance I say, otherwise you might regret it.



Well you waited for them to drop in price before you bought one so you value your family's life at what, £4.50.
Edited by: "winstonmanc" 19th Jun 2012

Bought ten, and Christmas gift sorted...well just kidding, but I did have bought several Monoxide detectors for gifts as so many friends I know didn't have one of those vital device in their house.
Edited by: "happypower" 19th Jun 2012

Definitely a good price for a CO alarm.

Original Poster

winstonmanc

Well you waited for them to drop in price before you bought one so you … Well you waited for them to drop in price before you bought one so you value your family's life at what, £4.50.

Wait for a price drop? Nope, more like research before making the right purchase. You wouldn't want to be depending on something that may not be reliable, would you? After reading around I realised that eBay would not have been a good option as these things apparently have a shelf life.

PS: I'm just trying to help out but thanks for the helpful flaming. It really contributes to making this site a better place

Edited by: "AppStar" 19th Jun 2012

great buy - i forgot to post this myself when i bought two at the weekend, hot.

Hi
Well I can't find it and the links not working for me? Of it is on the grocery site then I don't think you can arrange delivery to store etc - help!

heat added

Just bought one instore at Robroyston by Glasgow. Priced at £12.50 but scanned at £8.

Great wanted One of these

Bought 2 in Grangemouth, lots of stock, great price for the most important piece of safety equipment you can have in your house if you use gas.

excellent price paid over £20 couple of years ago

Good price just picked one up

Thanks - I really should buy one of these

No longer this price in my local store...still showing as £8 online (although the original link here doesn't work anymore) and they won't price match to their own website...

bikerbred

No longer this price in my local store...still showing as £8 online … No longer this price in my local store...still showing as £8 online (although the original link here doesn't work anymore) and they won't price match to their own website...



Same at the Eastbourne store, they are priced at £12.50 & they won't price match their own website???!!!oO

This price in my store, they are priced £12.50 in the normal location but there is a big red cardboard stand full at promo price.

£12.50 today in ASDA Dunstable.
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