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Premium Yale Wireless Alarm £25 off + £9 off Voucher + double points.. Possible £137 @ Tesco + Quidco
Premium Yale Wireless Alarm £25 off + £9 off Voucher + double points.. Possible £137 @ Tesco + Quidco

Premium Yale Wireless Alarm £25 off + £9 off Voucher + double points.. Possible £137 @ Tesco + Quidco

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--------------- The Deal---------------

Tesco Direct have Yale products on sale. This was previously posted by edi and mitchwales.

They have now added the Premium Yale Wireless alarm set to this promotion.

Original price £179 (compare against £170 on eBay, £180 elsewhere)

Now reduced to £146

Apply a £9 off £90 voucher to reduce this to £137 plus double clubcard points.

--------------- Codes---------------

£9 off £90 - XX6P89. Valid from 23/03/09 to 05/04/09.
£8 off £80 - XX4GYX. Valid from 30/03/09 to 05/04/09

--------------- User Reviews---------------

reviewcentre.com/rev…tml

--------------- Setup Videos---------------

youtube.com/vie…BEE

--------------- Specs ---------------

Automatic Phone Dialling On Activation Yes
Batteries Included Yes
Battery Low Indicator Yes
Battery Type Required D, AAA, CR2032
Brand Yale
Entry and Exit Delay Yes
Features of Product Top of the range house alarm. Easy to fit. Can alert you by phone should the alarm be activated. Can also be activated and deactivated by your touch tone phone. The control panel stores up to 3 phone numbers
Fixings Included Yes
Free Standing or Wall Mountable Wall mountable
Number of PIR Sensors Included 2
PIR Motion Detector Yes
Wire Wireless
Wireless or Wired Wireless

8 Comments

Original Poster

http://www.house-alarms.co.uk/images/yale-premium-alarm-large.jpg

How good are these compared to wired alarms? I was thinking about buying as it would be far easier to install than putting wires everywhere, but i'm a little worried about getting false alarms and also battery life on each device, would i be forever changing them?

Original Poster

blackster;4817845

How good are these compared to wired alarms?



I too was worried about quality. Here are some reviews I found: ]http//ww…tml

I was also concerned about ease of setup. Here are some videos:

]Installing
]Programming
]Mounting

hot from me.

irnwho;4817906

I can see it now alarm not going off due to battery life



| had one of these at my old house and now have one in my new house excellent alarms, no issues with wireless signal, even in the extension and detached garage.

Batteries last for ages over 2 years at my old house, still using the original ones in my current alarm now 12 months old. You get plenty of warning when they are running low, the alarm gives off an extra beep when arming and dis-arming when they getting low, and gives off 5 beeps when really low, it took my old one 2 month to go from low to very low

Hot from me.

great find thanks

Had a Yale wireless set up for about 2 years. No false alarms, it warns you when batteries are low (only changed them once so far) and is easy to set up, use and to extend.

expired, gone back up in price
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