Yale Easy Fit Telecommunicating Alarm £176.40 @ Ironmongery Direct
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Yale Easy Fit Telecommunicating Alarm £176.40 @ Ironmongery Direct

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Found 20th May 2014
This is an unbeatable price.

On the site it sells for £252 (inc. VAT), but with the 30% off vouchers listed on HUKD it is reduced to £176.40.

hotukdeals.com/vou…899

Previous lowest price was eBuyer @ £189.99.

Use codes C94XA or C94X4 at checkout.

Just ordered and received one myself, so can confirm code works.

31 Comments

Original Poster

Someone voted cold within the first 30 seconds...

Tell me where you can get it for less.

I voted hot but it went 4 degrees colder???? Just tried it on other posts and it's doing the same ????

great price and good find

We picked this up recently from ebuyer on sale for £189 and I have been VERY impressed with it. Seriously loud siren, very easy to install (set up in literally minutes - the longest bit was drilling the holes outside for the siren). You may, like us, need to buy some extra bits as the control panel needs to be by the telephone and a plug - so we've ended up buying a key pad to put by the front door and the control panel elsewhere (but I guess most people will have a telephone point in teh hallway...). Very easy to buy extra compenents including key fobs etc...

Brilliant price - I was dubious about the wireless bit but really impressed.

Nice one mate---been eyeing this up left right & centre for past month--cheers another happy buyer

Anyone know what the Model number is?

Looks like the EF-Kit2 if its the same as the one I got from ebuyer (which it looks identical to)

Great price and appears to be a great product so placed my order. Had to log out after registering to qualify for the discount but got there eventually. Read the comment about the need for an alarm key pad if you don't have a phone socket in the hallway after ordering and then realised I wouldn't qualify for the free next day delivery. A bit of research and found the remote keypad on Screwfix site at £29.99 including VAT so am a happy bunny. HOT HOT HOT from me

Original Poster

I had the two previous kits from both the 3500 and 6400 series, which operated on on 433 Mhz frequency, so their components were interchangeable.

This is on 868 Mhz frequency, so none of the old Yale wireless components will be compatible, but from the reviews I've read online, it's less likely to be interfered with by other household wireless devices.

If u need to plug in a phone if someone broke in the hallway wouldn't they just be a me to disconnect the line by ripping the wire out?

code work unfortunately can't add my delivery address

The voucher code is only for specific customers so won't work for everyone. Is a great price though

yeah shame, that was not mentioned, created an account, ordered something and then tried to order this and not working./

expired showing as £252 to buy now!!!! plus vat

boam

expired showing as £252 to buy now!!!! plus vat



Eh?

techair

Eh?



Price now shown as £210+vat

Urgh somehow got it all to work ordered many thanks op

Bought additional bits and peices saved £100

Banned

I got this form home base they had it reduced to £199 then 15% off weekend. I paid same price £179 ish.

I love it its good. I bought a extra key fob but not it needs to be th grey one what home base have but screw fix was a lot dearer for it. Think I paid £13 including sale plus 15% off.

This give you messages such as faults nd batter warnings. I'm very pleased. I got a man to put the siren up for me for £15 as we don't have ladders and my husband is a joker

meoshie

Price now shown as £210+vat



OP has always stated it is £252 but with 30% discount code? And I questioned poster who was saying it was £252 plus VAT
Edited by: "techair" 21st May 2014

Nemeus

I had the two previous kits from both the 3500 and 6400 series, which … I had the two previous kits from both the 3500 and 6400 series, which operated on on 433 Mhz frequency, so their components were interchangeable. This is on 868 Mhz frequency, so none of the old Yale wireless components will be compatible, but from the reviews I've read online, it's less likely to be interfered with by other household wireless devices.



My BT VP1000 (rebadged powermax) works on 868Mhz, I wonder if the components will work with this?

Does anybody know if you need to pay monthly services for these?

No you don't. It's not monitored remotely by anyone.

Buy a proper alarm from somewhere like alert electrical, this is like buying a North Korean smartphone

They cancelled all the orders last time.

I bought one of these from ironmongers last month. They are cheaper in Screwfix but they are the previous model. Heat!!

Totally clueless about these but would like one as I have a baby due and just fancy the extra security for peace of mind really.

How easy is this to install? Just drill the siren & PIRs outside and hook the control panel on the wall inside like like your boiler thermostat somewhere?

i have the older model, have 6 ir sensors and 4 door contacts which cover my out houses as well as house, never been dissapointed, i would imagine these new models are amazing.

just had my order cancelled the code is for existing customers only

Booked the Order giving the discount code..and vendor cancelled the order saying it is applicable for existing customer .... frustating

I opened an account bought some mastic . then used code . all good so far no cancel

I posted that they cancel. The code is for the person it was sent too lol.

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