Yale HSA6200 Standard Wireless Alarm System £39.99 in Aldi Kirkcaldy
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Yale HSA6200 Standard Wireless Alarm System £39.99 in Aldi Kirkcaldy

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Found 25th Oct 2014
Aldi in Kirkcaldy have the Yale HSA6200 Standard Wireless Alarm System reduced from £79.99 to £39.99. I nearly bought this when it was a hot deal at the higher price last month. I'm glad I held off. At 5pm today they still had three left on the shelf.
They are in the reduced to clear section and are part of the nationwide clearance sale, so should be this price in all stores with stock left.

Happy hunting.

UPDATE
It looks like the sales are starting on different dates in specific stores ( see post 16 for details). So worth keeping checking your local for the next week or so.

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Original Poster

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Original Poster

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Great price, will take a look

Well done op

Original Poster

Link to previous deal below. There are some useful posts re whether to get one of these or not. Personally I think it is well worth £40 to put off local neds and opportunists from stealing my belongings.

hotukdeals.com/dea…e=2

Scanning full price in Cardiff. Just checked.

Boss price I have this easy to install no problems with mine.

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Matzi2000

Boss price I have this easy to install no problems with mine.



It looks pretty straight forward. I plan to instal mine tomorrow.

Had about 10 in my local (full price)

Also full price in Washington.

full price lowestoft

Banned

hate it when that happens!

Can you please confirm which aldi in Kirkcaldy it was - there are two

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kylieg81

Can you please confirm which aldi in Kirkcaldy it was - there are two



Hi it was the one across from the train station. I never tried the one up at Rejects so can't confirm if they have any. I bought one about 5pm today and there was still 3 left on the shelf.

Original Poster

Looks like the sales are starting on different dates around the country so keep checking for the price drop. See link below for details.

hotukdeals.com/dea…091

Crap equipment! Get a proffesional system as will comply with industry standards.

What does this do?

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sparky83

Crap equipment! Get a proffesional system as will comply with industry … Crap equipment! Get a proffesional system as will comply with industry standards.



£40 for a deterrent is much better than a few hundred quid IMO. No alarm is foolproof. Even multi millionaire celebs get robbed. If a professional thief wants in they will get in.This will stop randoms and chancers.

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fishmaster

What does this do?



It is a wireless burglar alarm. It comes with a wireless alarm, two wireless PIR's ( motion detectors),two wireless door sensors and a wireless keypad to disarm and set the alarm. You can also buy upgrades such as a panic button, a wireless key fob and a wireless smoke alarm. It will set off a loud alarm if any one tries to break in to your home.

You will pay at least £80 to £100 for this anywhere else so if you find one and don't already have an alarm then it is well worth buying for £39.99.

blowbrown

£40 for a deterrent is much better than a few hundred quid IMO. No alarm … £40 for a deterrent is much better than a few hundred quid IMO. No alarm is foolproof. Even multi millionaire celebs get robbed. If a professional thief wants in they will get in.This will stop randoms and chancers.



Problem is it isnt a deterrent, The police will not come out to an alarm system unless its confirmed that someone is in the house, ADT based systems are the only ones a police will make a call out.

haritori

Problem is it isnt a deterrent, The police will not come out to an alarm … Problem is it isnt a deterrent, The police will not come out to an alarm system unless its confirmed that someone is in the house, ADT based systems are the only ones a police will make a call out.



yup, very true, it is far better to spend a few hundred on something which is decent and actually works than this, which is effectively a toy to be honest

blowbrown

£40 for a deterrent is much better than a few hundred quid IMO. No alarm … £40 for a deterrent is much better than a few hundred quid IMO. No alarm is foolproof. Even multi millionaire celebs get robbed. If a professional thief wants in they will get in.This will stop randoms and chancers.


This is cheap rubbish which is probably the reason they can get rid of them. Personally I wouldn't buy any Aldi tools or kit it's aimed at the budget shopper. If you want a deterrent put up a dummy box it will be just as effective as this.

blowbrown

Hi it was the one across from the train station. I never tried the one up … Hi it was the one across from the train station. I never tried the one up at Rejects so can't confirm if they have any. I bought one about 5pm today and there was still 3 left on the shelf.


Thank you, will pop down for them opening at 10, much appreciate your help

Aldi reduced prices are store specific and it is up to each store as to when to reduce prices and by how much. This was £59.99 in Market Harborough.

haritori

Problem is it isnt a deterrent, The police will not come out to an alarm … Problem is it isnt a deterrent, The police will not come out to an alarm system unless its confirmed that someone is in the house, ADT based systems are the only ones a police will make a call out.



This is more for a garage or out-building rather than a house, more for waking you up to grab the phone (or crossbow).

haritori

Problem is it isnt a deterrent, The police will not come out to an alarm … Problem is it isnt a deterrent, The police will not come out to an alarm system unless its confirmed that someone is in the house, ADT based systems are the only ones a police will make a call out.

haritori

Problem is it isnt a deterrent, The police will not come out to an alarm … Problem is it isnt a deterrent, The police will not come out to an alarm system unless its confirmed that someone is in the house, ADT based systems are the only ones a police will make a call out.



I would personally get quotes from several alarm companies, who are Nacoss or SSAIB registered companies. Also speak to your local Crime Reduction Officer who can give you advice on physical security. ADT are not the only company who's alarms are monitored. Yes pick ADT if you have £100's of pounds to waste on having your alarm monitored. They generate a charge every time you set and unset your alarm, and the charge varies dependent on your telecom's provider but can vary from 20 - 20p every time, so around £1 a day average. Use a trusted alarm company and have Dualcom unit fitted which connects via GSM and has no additional charges.
If you want police response your alarm will require a grade 2 system as standard and enough detectors to send a confirmed signal at the alarm receiving centre. It is the Alarm Receiving centre who request Police Attendance in the event of a confirmed signal.
A grade 2 monitred alarm polls with the alarm receiving centre once every hour, so a professional burglar could try to disable the system and could have plenty of time to find your valuables.
A grade 3 monitored alarm polls every 2 minutes and reduces that threat.
Also remember that you pay around £50 for the Police URN Unique Reference Number. This is a one off charge. If you opt for Panic Button, with a Police response then you need to pay another £50, in addition to a 6 monthly service contract with the alarm installer.
I could go on more, but get a professionally installed system and pay for the monitoring and Police URN and protect your home.

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haritori

Problem is it isnt a deterrent, The police will not come out to an alarm … Problem is it isnt a deterrent, The police will not come out to an alarm system unless its confirmed that someone is in the house, ADT based systems are the only ones a police will make a call out.



Police presence isn't the criteria to make an alarm a deterrent. I would suggest a loud alarm alerting/annoying your neighbours and getting their attention is more of a deterrent to an opportunist thief than the threat of police arriving a couple of hours later.

A dummy box may put a thief off trying your door, but nothing fills the pants quicker than a piercing siren when you open the door.

Still full price in mine however manager advised they are due to be reduced tomorrow but will be £59.99 not £39.99 that above has found. Very good find thanks for posting.

none in stock at my local & they have no plans on having a 'car park' sale. Portslade you suck.

not reduced in Swansea

These have several drawbacks as a deterrent:
The Bell Box doesn't have any flashing lights - until it's triggered.

You can't program any zones - so all devices connected to it act as "Entry" - so it takes 20 seconds to sound any alarm. Unless you but the remote Keyfob - that arms the Alarm differently and it will trigger and sound the alarm instantly it detects any movement.

The Bellbox has to be within reach of the user - as it takes batteries - which will of course need replacing - worth bearing in mind if your going to borrow someones ladders to put this up. The more expensive Yale alarms have a mains feed to the bell box - so they do have flashing lights and a longer battery life as the battery in those is only a backup.

Just me two pence worth - may not be as good a deterrent as a pure dummy box - as they tend to have flashing LED's in - this one looks like a cheap dummy or even dead alarm. But seeing the prices of dummy boxes these days - if you can bag this for £40 it serves a purpose for some at a decent price.

KirkAldi

I installed this at home as a second alarm system, quite happy with result and the full price.
At this price, it is a no-brainer. Even if you don't need it, you can sell all the parts separately and earn some easy money.
The two PIRs alone can be sold for about £40.

I've just bought 2 of these packs for £59 each, so looks like they are currently reducing them again.

True any thief can get in. But it's about putting them off your property. Have you never seen beat the burglar. .....
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