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666FU25/01/2020 06:58

People must have loads of money if they can waste £140 on a unnecessary …People must have loads of money if they can waste £140 on a unnecessary product!



Tell that to the man at work whose dog started a fire - he got an alert on his phone and was able to alert the emergency services. Saw it on the news a couple of weeks ago. Or my friend who built a huge summerhouse down the bottom of his garden with heating and power, and wouldn’t hear a smoke alarm. It’s niche, but it’s functionality could save more lives/ property than your £10 smoke alarm/ co2 detector. Peace
Edited by: "Mister_Cool" 25th Jan
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Ordered. Now I need someone to tell me if it's a good deal!!!
Looks like a very good deal, usually £80 each! 1-2 months for delivery though, may not materialise
Stonking deal! As long as they have decent life left. Heat.
Great deal. Just wish they had wired for that price!
WARNING - These items have a limited shelf life of 10 years due to the smoke/carbon dioxide sensor. Which means that you’ll need to replace these a decade after purchase. What happens when this date has passed is anyone’s guess as I’ve not been able to establish this through online searches, I’m now in dialogue with Nest to try to ascertain this.

Please also be sure to inspect the expiry date upon receipt of your product, because one of the sensors supplied by Amazon had an expiry date of 2025, significantly less than the quoted 10 years. Nest also do not currently have a way of reset the sensor expiry date remotely post installation (do these sensors continue to degrade in sealed packaging?). I would have expected the sensor expiry date to start counting down post installation...but I’ll have to defer to other experts on this particular point.
mattybayston25/01/2020 06:56

WARNING - These items have a limited shelf life of 10 years due to the …WARNING - These items have a limited shelf life of 10 years due to the smoke/carbon dioxide sensor. Which means that you’ll need to replace these a decade after purchase. What happens when this date has passed is anyone’s guess as I’ve not been able to establish this through online searches, I’m now in dialogue with Nest to try to ascertain this.Please also be sure to inspect the expiry date upon receipt of your product, because one of the sensors supplied by Amazon had an expiry date of 2025, significantly less than the quoted 10 years. Nest also do not currently have a way of reset the sensor expiry date remotely post installation (do these sensors continue to degrade in sealed packaging?). I would have expected the sensor expiry date to start counting down post installation...but I’ll have to defer to other experts on this particular point.


Interesting review I wasn’t aware they ran out. Wonder what the date it on the three pack as most people will buy singles. Scorching price but there must be a catch
People must have loads of money if they can waste £140 on a unnecessary product!
mattybayston25/01/2020 06:57

Interesting review I wasn’t aware they ran out. Wonder what the date it on …Interesting review I wasn’t aware they ran out. Wonder what the date it on the three pack as most people will buy singles. Scorching price but there must be a catch

Most alarms last ten years, even the cheap £10 ones
Great deal whilst it lasted, looks like it’s back to £268.99 now though.
Ahhh had one in my basket and went to get my card. Now Oos
Damn. Missed it. This was super hot!! Great find OP
666FU25/01/2020 06:58

People must have loads of money if they can waste £140 on a unnecessary …People must have loads of money if they can waste £140 on a unnecessary product!



Tell that to the man at work whose dog started a fire - he got an alert on his phone and was able to alert the emergency services. Saw it on the news a couple of weeks ago. Or my friend who built a huge summerhouse down the bottom of his garden with heating and power, and wouldn’t hear a smoke alarm. It’s niche, but it’s functionality could save more lives/ property than your £10 smoke alarm/ co2 detector. Peace
Edited by: "Mister_Cool" 25th Jan
bazzarelli25/01/2020 07:00

Great deal whilst it lasted, looks like it’s back to £268.99 now though.


Must have been a misplace? I actually placed an order. I suspect it will get cancelled
666FU25/01/2020 06:58

People must have loads of money if they can waste £140 on a unnecessary …People must have loads of money if they can waste £140 on a unnecessary product!


Here it is: inews.co.uk/new…569
Gromitlad25/01/2020 07:04

Must have been a misplace? I actually placed an order. I suspect it will …Must have been a misplace? I actually placed an order. I suspect it will get cancelled


Placed one too, hope they manage to sneak through.

Cheers to OP
666FU25/01/2020 06:58

People must have loads of money if they can waste £140 on a unnecessary …People must have loads of money if they can waste £140 on a unnecessary product!


Not unnecessary at all if you want a smoke and carbon monoxide detector that not only alerts you to the obvious but does it’s own regular checks and can stop a nest connected boiler to reduce chance of carbon monoxide killing you if the alarm somehow doesn’t get you out of the building.
Over 10 years I’d say it’s good value for peace of mind for the safety of your family.
I bought one initially because I was worried about having a boiler in the room that is my son’s playroom / guest room and will one day be his bedroom when he grows out of his current tiny one.
I remember the £10 Stanley metal tool boxes, they had a 1-2 month lead time and never materialised, but I’ve also bought items with a 4 week wait that got dispatched a few days later
Back up to £268.99 now.
Got mine from B&Q yesterday (same price). 9 years 4 months left of usable life...

Bought for my garden room and new detached garage - to me, they're invaluable and an absolute steal at this price.
Bought couple from John Lewis yesterday as it was same price £140.
Smash7725/01/2020 07:46

Bought couple from John Lewis yesterday as it was same price £140.


Glad I did same late last night as the price has gone up now!
Mister_Cool25/01/2020 07:04

Tell that to the man at work whose dog started a fire - he got an alert on …Tell that to the man at work whose dog started a fire - he got an alert on his phone and was able to alert the emergency services. Saw it on the news a couple of weeks ago. Or my friend who built a huge summerhouse down the bottom of his garden with heating and power, and wouldn’t hear a smoke alarm. It’s niche, but it’s functionality could save more lives/ property than your £10 smoke alarm/ co2 detector. Peace


Someone who is deaf who can get good use out of the Philips Hue compatibility. If you have 3 of these setup in locations such as Ground Floor, First Floor and Second Floor you will be warned of which floor smoke has been detected on. It isn't just a siren, first you get a warning incase it is a false alarm then you get the siren with voice warnings such as "Smoke detected on the Ground Floor"
Multiple of these will also light a route the escape safely away from potential fires. You get warnings from anywhere which is peace of mind and you can also silence alarms through the app rather than running upstairs to silence your alarm when you burn your toast.
Just more options for people, if none of these things interest you or are of no use to you then great, a normal alarm will be sufficient but they are great if you want the features.
MarkSwift25/01/2020 07:29

Got mine from B&Q yesterday (same price). 9 years 4 months left of usable …Got mine from B&Q yesterday (same price). 9 years 4 months left of usable life... Bought for my garden room and new detached garage - to me, they're invaluable and an absolute steal at this price.


I’ve contemplated of using in the garage but I’m sure they recommend against using it due to the ambient conditions. May give it a try too
After a deal for the mains powered version all it seems to be is the battery powered ones?
edcor988925/01/2020 09:28

I’ve contemplated of using in the garage but I’m sure they recommend aga …I’ve contemplated of using in the garage but I’m sure they recommend against using it due to the ambient conditions. May give it a try too


I know a few folks in the US that use them in cellars (likely damper than the average garage!).
Cellar is a supported voice announcement too, so I assume they allow it ;-)
g13ryj25/01/2020 07:02

Damn. Missed it. This was super hot!! Great find OP


I just got John Lewis to price match B&Q for me. So you can still get them at this price!

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R0BUST25/01/2020 17:45

I just got John Lewis to price match B&Q for me. So you can still get them …I just got John Lewis to price match B&Q for me. So you can still get them at this price!


Lucky you, B&Q seems out of stock so surprised you got JL price match
Tentwoseven25/01/2020 17:47

Lucky you, B&Q seems out of stock so surprised you got JL price match


I did call them and they said they would price match. They still think the price is listed as £140 on the John Lewis website. It shows up as £299 but their system says £140.
R0BUST25/01/2020 17:51

I did call them and they said they would price match. They still think the …I did call them and they said they would price match. They still think the price is listed as £140 on the John Lewis website. It shows up as £299 but their system says £140.


Nice... Well done.
Ive just called them to place an order and they said I need to submit the form and once approved place the order ? I don't suppose anyone of you have a receipt of the B&Q / John Lewis Deal you would mind sharing (less your card details) so I can get a price match. Ha
MM08725/01/2020 19:05

Ive just called them to place an order and they said I need to submit the …Ive just called them to place an order and they said I need to submit the form and once approved place the order ? I don't suppose anyone of you have a receipt of the B&Q / John Lewis Deal you would mind sharing (less your card details) so I can get a price match. Ha


I also emailed them, and they said it needs to be in stock. I showed stock was available in the morning at certain stores, and they said they still can’t price match as it’s not available online :/
Can I confirm is this the Battery or Wired Version as the Amazon listing was for the wired but says Battery. I spoke to a JL store and they said the link to the 3pk was for a wired one also ?
JL Price Match said that their product is the same price at £140... so no price match. It’s £280 on their website and app... so I’m confused!
Edited by: "CrispyColonel" 26th Jan
MM08726/01/2020 07:53

Can I confirm is this the Battery or Wired Version as the Amazon listing …Can I confirm is this the Battery or Wired Version as the Amazon listing was for the wired but says Battery. I spoke to a JL store and they said the link to the 3pk was for a wired one also ?


Amazon listing is battery.....

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Just FYI everyone when I had the loft converted the building inspector said that we could either change all doors on the main route out of the house to fire doors or we have linked fire alarms. I was looking at nest but they were around £100 each at the time and we needed 9. Ended up going with another brand at £40 an alarm and base. This price would change the equation!

There are specific use cases that these can make sense for.

Other alarm also had 10y shelf life.
Edited by: "nonumb" 26th Jan
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