Twin pack smoke alarms £7.99 @ Aldi
293°Expired

Twin pack smoke alarms £7.99 @ Aldi

18
Found 26th Sep 2013
Every home should have it. I'm not sure if this offer is valid for today only. Aldi

18 Comments

COLD - and cheaper here - ordered 2 for collection this weekend

£ 1.74 each @ Wilkos wilko.com/sec…arm

looks like someone brought the lot!!!
Edited by: "bagga212" 26th Sep 2013

I bought a pair for a fiver elsewhere, not on sale so this price isn't great tbh!

Cold - get them for free from your local fire station. They will come and fit them for you and give fire safety advice where required.

kinkladze

Cold - get them for free from your local fire station. They will come and … Cold - get them for free from your local fire station. They will come and fit them for you and give fire safety advice where required.



+1

Banned

This post is informative. If it wasn't for this post I wouldn't know that I can get them for less then a fiver elsewhere and free from the local fire station. ( I don't believe that they'll fit it for you), so, it's hot from me.

kinkladze

Cold - get them for free from your local fire station. They will come and … Cold - get them for free from your local fire station. They will come and fit them for you and give fire safety advice where required.


And they'll go on strike again next month when the money for all these 'free' fire alarms comes out of their pensions...

alisonrd

This post is informative. If it wasn't for this post I wouldn't know that … This post is informative. If it wasn't for this post I wouldn't know that I can get them for less then a fiver elsewhere and free from the local fire station. ( I don't believe that they'll fit it for you), so, it's hot from me.

They do come out and check and fix a detector if you haven't got one. LINK
Our tenants just called them, because they thought our system which worth well over £400 wasn't good enough. LOL The firebrigade told them they have something which most of the households don't have...

£8 on something I'll probably never use? This is supposed to be hot uk DEALS, just risk it.

alisonrd

This post is informative. If it wasn't for this post I wouldn't know that … This post is informative. If it wasn't for this post I wouldn't know that I can get them for less then a fiver elsewhere and free from the local fire station. ( I don't believe that they'll fit it for you), so, it's hot from me.



Despite what you believe, they do fit them for free (I should know, I am a firefighter and spend much of my time each shift doing it). If you want them, contact your fire station and they should sort it out for you.

Banned

kinkladze

Despite what you believe, they do fit them for free (I should know, I am … Despite what you believe, they do fit them for free (I should know, I am a firefighter and spend much of my time each shift doing it). If you want them, contact your fire station and they should sort it out for you.



Long live UK firefighters. These days when nothing comes for free, this gesture is fantastic. ( anyway, if I was firefighter I wouldn't feel right that that service should be free)

Great thing about asking the local fire station to fit them, is that they fit FireAngel ones, and they will fit wireless linked ones, and ones that flash and vibrate under the pillow for the hard of hearing, wireless too.

Thumbs up to the fire service.
Edited by: "mikeypr" 26th Sep 2013

MrT2

And they'll go on strike again next month when the money for all these … And they'll go on strike again next month when the money for all these 'free' fire alarms comes out of their pensions...



It is silly, misinformed comments like this that don't help anyone - whether in jest or not.

kinkladze

It is silly, misinformed comments like this that don't help anyone - … It is silly, misinformed comments like this that don't help anyone - whether in jest or not.



haha what on earth?? finally someone has managed to actually waste a part of the Internet's unlimited space! kinkladze the strike is over the government wanting firefighters to work til they're 60, which isn't safe both for them, or members of the public (ie YOU!!!). we're losing money to protect you so ignorant,negative comments like yours could be done without.

If you going to pay for them, don't buy cheap or you'll literally get what you pay for. If you value your safety and that of your family please get your local fire brigade in and install with advice. Dont take the criticism they give to heart, it's all for your safety so take it into account.

Good deal but I would rather pay a bit more, at the end of the day its your own life. Anyone who has a child or has a lot of plugs turned on at night get one filled in your room !

markshrubb

haha what on earth?? finally someone has managed to actually waste a … haha what on earth?? finally someone has managed to actually waste a part of the Internet's unlimited space! kinkladze the strike is over the government wanting firefighters to work til they're 60, which isn't safe both for them, or members of the public (ie YOU!!!). we're losing money to protect you so ignorant,negative comments like yours could be done without.



@ markshrubb - are you a firefighter (like me)? Whether you are or not, i feel you have misinterpreted my comments as I am in full support of the strike as a member of the FBU. I have PM'd you.


Edited by: "kinkladze" 27th Sep 2013

Fire brigade ones are the best good luck with your protest . They saved my wife's life some years ago never forget them for what they did ..thanks guys .

Don't fancy skimping on something that could save your life!
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text