Yale Burglar Alarm £26 @ Asda
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Yale Burglar Alarm £26 @ Asda

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Found 10th Mar 2016
Upstairs in homeware Asda Fareham. Yale wireless burglar alarm. Bell box, remote key pad, two pir's and one or two door/window contacts. Was £90 reduced to either £26 or £22 - apologies for not remembering. Three on shelf this afternoon. Perfect for shed/garage if not small house. Optional extras can expand the system.
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Wrong pic but if I try to edit it drops the URL??? Unit had circular keypad.

anyone seen this elsewhere?
666bandit666

Wrong pic but if I try to edit it drops the URL??? Unit had circular … Wrong pic but if I try to edit it drops the URL??? Unit had circular keypad.


You mean like this one... [img]s7g3.scene7.com/is/…235?$p$&layer=0&size=281,281&layer=1&size=281,281&src=ae235/97114_P[/img]

At Screwfix
It's most probably this model, i picked one up before xmas for £49.99 from Aldi.
hsa6200
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41783ckBhiL._SY300_.jpg
Edited by: "OldEnglish" 10th Mar 2016
kaizhu79

anyone seen this elsewhere?



Yep, Cardiff Bay store been there for weeks.
IT would be good if the pir worked on other yale alarms, mines needs the easyfit yellow Yale badge
I belive the PIR's, keypad, door contacts and siren should work on some other Yale alarms (would work with my one with the proper control panel).

Ideal for people wanting extra PIR's, door contacts and even a keypad (have one in my bedroom).
It's a steal at this price
That's the pic that relates to product. When I try to upload it, it changes to one I've not even saved in my photos !! Odd.
Will need to check my local that's a great price
nice find op, heat added
Good one, Heat!
No problem at all with the product, nice quality. But now I have to find someone who pays the slightest bit of attention when it goes off
gonna go tomorrow to check
Edited by: "Mihir95" 11th Mar 2016
Yale are the worst manufacturer ever! Don't get confused with comparing this product to professional manufacturers such as Texecom, Visonic, Honeywell and Cooper as this is definitely a DIY product and I would stay well clear of it as there isn't a professional company that would maintain this rubbish so bear that in mind! 24 quid is very cheap though to put into perspective it wouldn't even pay for the lithium batteries in a professional system's external bell!
sparky83

Yale are the worst manufacturer ever! Don't get confused with comparing … Yale are the worst manufacturer ever! Don't get confused with comparing this product to professional manufacturers such as Texecom, Visonic, Honeywell and Cooper as this is definitely a DIY product and I would stay well clear of it as there isn't a professional company that would maintain this rubbish so bear that in mind! 24 quid is very cheap though to put into perspective it wouldn't even pay for the lithium batteries in a professional system's external bell!


well, there is always one on hear who talks a load of ****, its to protect your home....not Brinks Mat.....Jeeez where do these folk get off on outrageous comments????
If it means I can catch catwoman, then heat added
Visonic are by far the best wireless alarms , and are used by nearly all alarm companies , I no as a fit them . Yale are on of the worst , it's not professional and more like a DIYers alarm , also they can be set off by different frequencies like taxi radios etc .
sparky83

Yale are the worst manufacturer ever! Don't get confused with comparing … Yale are the worst manufacturer ever! Don't get confused with comparing this product to professional manufacturers such as Texecom, Visonic, Honeywell and Cooper as this is definitely a DIY product and I would stay well clear of it as there isn't a professional company that would maintain this rubbish so bear that in mind! 24 quid is very cheap though to put into perspective it wouldn't even pay for the lithium batteries in a professional system's external bell!



yozzman1234

Visonic are by far the best wireless alarms , and are used by nearly all … Visonic are by far the best wireless alarms , and are used by nearly all alarm companies , I no as a fit them . Yale are on of the worst , it's not professional and more like a DIYers alarm , also they can be set off by different frequencies like taxi radios etc .


It's a 24 quid alarm anyone who thinks even by name it's a professional item needs their head checked.
Anyone who comes in ranting that only the professional ones are of any use, with no perspective need even more help.

Even a dummy alarm box to discourage the most opportune or idiotic thief will cost £10.
Edited by: "Oneday77" 11th Mar 2016
yozzman1234

Visonic are by far the best wireless alarms , and are used by nearly all … Visonic are by far the best wireless alarms , and are used by nearly all alarm companies , I no as a fit them . Yale are on of the worst , it's not professional and more like a DIYers alarm , also they can be set off by different frequencies like taxi radios etc .



Do you have a Visonic alarm by any chance?
sparky83

Yale are the worst manufacturer ever! Don't get confused with comparing … Yale are the worst manufacturer ever! Don't get confused with comparing this product to professional manufacturers such as Texecom, Visonic, Honeywell and Cooper as this is definitely a DIY product and I would stay well clear of it as there isn't a professional company that would maintain this rubbish so bear that in mind! 24 quid is very cheap though to put into perspective it wouldn't even pay for the lithium batteries in a professional system's external bell!



Outrageous comment, who would pay for an overpriced professional system when this will do the same job for 20 times less! All these alarm companys do is charge 70quid a year for a battery change, that's the real robbery!
youldyboy

It's a steal at this price



No, it just meant how much I had been robbed!
Yes I do have a visonic , there new model is on par with most wired systems . £299 for 3 senses , 2 door contacts , 1 smoke . And panel .
sparky83

Yale are the worst manufacturer ever! Don't get confused with comparing … Yale are the worst manufacturer ever! Don't get confused with comparing this product to professional manufacturers such as Texecom, Visonic, Honeywell and Cooper as this is definitely a DIY product and I would stay well clear of it as there isn't a professional company that would maintain this rubbish so bear that in mind! 24 quid is very cheap though to put into perspective it wouldn't even pay for the lithium batteries in a professional system's external bell!



I have this exact system and my dog has tested it for us... It works fine. It's not a top of the range alarm system, but it's fine. The door contacts work. The PIR's work. Even calls you to let you know the alarm is going off...

It works fine.
It's cheap and cheerful. Alright price for a diy system. Not exactly top of the range but does what it Saids on tin. No need to compare to a texe or Honeywell or scanteonic etc...
yozzman1234

Yes I do have a visonic , there new model is on par with most wired … Yes I do have a visonic , there new model is on par with most wired systems . £299 for 3 senses , 2 door contacts , 1 smoke . And panel .


What model is that ?
Any ideas if this is just a local deal or nationwide?
youngackj

It's cheap and cheerful. Alright price for a diy system. Not exactly top … It's cheap and cheerful. Alright price for a diy system. Not exactly top of the range but does what it Saids on tin. No need to compare to a texe or Honeywell or scanteonic etc...

And it will get you a home insurance discount?
M8GUS

And it will get you a home insurance discount?



Most insurance companies will give you a 2% to 15% discount considering what insurance company your using and what they require such as bells only or having a redcare unit or dual com unit.
It doesn't need to be the best alarm on the market, it only needs to be better than what the bloke next door has.

After we were burgled a year year and a half ago, I installed a Yale alarm, not this model but a higher one. We were told by both the crime prevention officer and the victim support person that around a year later a lot of victims of burglary are targeted again as the burglars know the layout, and will assume you've replaced what was nicked.

We've not been burgled again *touch wood* but 3 other houses in our street have, none of which had an alarm fitted.

I believe that's down to the alarm in part, and also the 3 wireless webcams motion detecting and recording movement on both flat roofs and out the front and uploading the footage to Google Drive

The things I liked about the Yale system were the range that the sensors worked at, the ease of installation and the ability have it send SMS to you if anything was triggered. We had two professional firms round to quote for installation- both used wireless rather than wired solutions and given that we live in a dead end road, taxi interference wasn't an issue, so we decided to save the best part of £700 and do it ourselves. Don't regret it but circumstances do vary and it might not be for everyone.
iv got this, hubby a taxi driver and its a great alarm . those that are moaning must be smack heads who don't like to pay for anything . these are £80 ish and op saw it cheap, and your moaning.

anyone else found any?/ would like to buy and save it and take the dummy off.
any link
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johankirchner

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It's in store as it states at Asda fareham, I didn't buy it. Saw it and posted for others. Shall I get in my car for you, drive 40 min round trip to photograph it or you could google asda fareham and ring them and ask. Upstairs on the end of an aisle near homewares. There were camera things reduced and an LED work light.
Edited by: "666bandit666" 11th Mar 2016
johankirchner

any link


Eeerr 'instore' as stated.
johankirchner

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People take their time to share a deal without people trying to discredit it, have some heat and thanks from me
Not a bad price for a DIY alarm.. Personally i wouldnt bother , but then i fit security systems for a living, but for someone who cant afford a professional make and want an alarm presence on the house its ideal.
I have this alarm at my rented property... It's easy to install and works great... Pretty loud when it goes off. Will definitely draw attention.
This deal is a steal!
sparky83

Yale are the worst manufacturer ever! Don't get confused with comparing … Yale are the worst manufacturer ever! Don't get confused with comparing this product to professional manufacturers such as Texecom, Visonic, Honeywell and Cooper as this is definitely a DIY product and I would stay well clear of it as there isn't a professional company that would maintain this rubbish so bear that in mind! 24 quid is very cheap though to put into perspective it wouldn't even pay for the lithium batteries in a professional system's external bell!


I agree, but not everyone can afford a professional system to be installed and maintained. Any any alarm is better than none to deter a would be burglar. No system can be 100% reliable either.
On a side note, someone mentioned getting a discount on their insurance...yes insurance companies offer a discount but they generally have to be installed and maintained to NSI or SSAIB standards, and the system has to be set when you got broke in to.
So if you pop to the shops and get burgled and didn't set your alarm, they may not pay out a penny. Making that £5 (or whatever) saving worthless.
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