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Yale HSA6200 Wireless Alarm Kit - Now £52.99 @ ALDI
Yale HSA6200 Wireless Alarm Kit - Now £52.99 @ ALDI

Yale HSA6200 Wireless Alarm Kit - Now £52.99 @ ALDI

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I know this was posted at £29.99 at one store in a deal however this offer is National and available from all stores with remaining stock. At least 3 stores in my area had them..

Currently listed between £90-£100 on most other sites including Screwfix so £52.99 isn't bad for a National offer.

Accessories Include:

Siren
PIR movement detector x 2
Door/window contact
Keypad controller
Fittings
Batteries
Stickers
Installation guide DVD

Features

12m PIR Detection Range at 90° angle
Walk test
1 siren
2 door/window contacts
Keypad operated
Keypad can be carried around the home for flexibility
20 second exit/entry period
Tamper alert
30 metre wireless range
Compatible with full Yale 6000 series alarm range

53 Comments

I'd like to hear views from anyone that has this please on ease of installation and its use?

Original Poster

I bought this one from a recommendation. My friend has been running his for about 18 months with no issues. I'll be setting mine up shortly so will comment how it performs. Certainly a big bonus if your not keen on running wires, channeling out walls or lifting floorboards.
Edited by: "modelman" 31st Jan

Even most home commercially fitted systems these days use wireless PIRs. The main deterrent with an alarm is a siren box that looks real and working. Look at the houses around you and site the box just where commercially fitted systems are. The Yale alarms are ok for the money.

Bah. Been after a decent deal on these... but don't have an Aldi nearby

aldi barrow-in-furness by the old Frankie & Benny's has had two of these for at least 6 months and every weekly shop I checked the price, which has took along time but they are both 29.99 and have been since before Christmas but no one has bought them. I looked at the cost for extras to suit my house and would be too expensive, confirmed still in stock every Wednesday since 15th December at this price and will be back tomorrow, so can update if it helps anyone.

I've had mine for two years, changed batteries once. Bought a two key fobs too, these work better. Defo worth the money

Jerec

I'd like to hear views from anyone that has this please on ease of … I'd like to hear views from anyone that has this please on ease of installation and its use?


This should give you a rough idea. Simple enough once you've mounted the siren.

youtube.com/wat…7eI

I bought the same system with the telecommunications kit that phones you when the alarm is activated.
If you can use a screwdriver and a drill then anyone can fit one of these.

Original Poster

shopofhorrors123

aldi barrow-in-furness by the old Frankie & Benny's has had two of these … aldi barrow-in-furness by the old Frankie & Benny's has had two of these for at least 6 months and every weekly shop I checked the price, which has took along time but they are both 29.99 and have been since before Christmas but no one has bought them. I looked at the cost for extras to suit my house and would be too expensive, confirmed still in stock every Wednesday since 15th December at this price and will be back tomorrow, so can update if it helps anyone.



Cracking price if only it was national. It would seem managers have the discretion to amend price accordingly to the amount of stock that needs clearing. Probably not much crime in this area so limited demand for alarms..:D I'm sure the barrow-in-furness store will now be empty before tomorrow since you've mentioned it...


Edited by: "modelman" 31st Jan

For some reason this was £25 in my local last week, was 2 left. Its working very well so far even for this price.

I will check my local store in Loughborough tomorrow.

Jerec

I'd like to hear views from anyone that has this please on ease of … I'd like to hear views from anyone that has this please on ease of installation and its use?



Very easy to install, and even easier to use.......HOT

Cheers guys

Not this particular version of yale alarm, but I'm on my second yale, ( moved house) and think they're great for piece of mind when on holiday, and very easy fo fit.

Will look out for these in my local

ive got the premium version with the control panel which has been fine but just after i got mine , my 2 neighbours bought the alarm kit like above ? ive had mine 18 months and changed the batteries in the siren easy job to do , but 2 months ago both neighbours had problems with theirs , they are unable to set the alarm its not responding one of the neighbours have had the company out who installed theirs and they tried different things and couldnt get it working even tried a new box .

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I'd rather put my money towards a telecommunicating one with a built in sim card. What's the point of the alarm going off if you don't know about it? Your neighbours aren't going to give a stuff about checking your house. They'll just be cursing that it's going off. Do yourself and your neighbours a favour and spend a bit more.

Great but it's only value is deterrent (or just buy an empty alarm box from eBay)' police will not respond to this as it's not an "approved" alarm unless there is other evidence to warrant attendance (additional to the non approved alarm sounding).

Easy to install and works fine. No control panel so doesn't beep when you go in the house so you forget it's on and alarm goes off...

Had one of these and it kept going of for no randomly for no apparent reason. Yale where helpful but could not sort the issue out, so got a refund in the end.

Original Poster

Since I bought this for a large outbuilding not connected to the house serving as a audible/ visual deterrent I believe it to be a good investment at this price.
For main house protection I tend to agree with others that a telecommunications option or add-on would probably be a better option.

Jerec

I'd like to hear views from anyone that has this please on ease of … I'd like to hear views from anyone that has this please on ease of installation and its use?


I did my dads one in about 2 hours.....first time i have done one.

howdiefellas

I'd rather put my money towards a telecommunicating one with a built in … I'd rather put my money towards a telecommunicating one with a built in sim card. What's the point of the alarm going off if you don't know about it? Your neighbours aren't going to give a stuff about checking your house. They'll just be cursing that it's going off. Do yourself and your neighbours a favour and spend a bit more.



The premium one plugs into phone socket and you can put numbers in and if it goes off it rings the first number if no answer goes to second number and so on .

You can also buy remote keyfobs which are great , but id go for the premium one much better.

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davidoneman

The premium one plugs into phone socket and you can put numbers in and if … The premium one plugs into phone socket and you can put numbers in and if it goes off it rings the first number if no answer goes to second number and so on .



I just go into houses and cut the phone line first, pro here.

Damn, I've just bought the Yale EF-2 kit. To be fair there's always a way around an alarm system, if your home is targeted a burglar may cut your phone line, smash your control panel, find a key fob, etc. £52.99 is a good price for peace of mind if you have nothing at all and feel vulnerable.

I wouldn't recommend this system if your neighbours also have the same system. After a neighbour changed the battery in his it knocked mine off and was never the same after a reset. I also believe this unit sometimes false triggers with certain spot lights.

Unless you are a high profile person and being targeted for specific reasons, the average joe home robber are 95% of the time opportunists

They will decide in that moment whether to rob your house or not.

Seeing an alarm is a deterrent and will put them off. Its simple statistics.

Whether these can be hacked or not and how easily is another story.

Simple jammers can block these readily available from overseas. But your talking 5% of criminals will be going to this length unless they you have something they want.

Hide your valuables in the loft or bathroom, these are the 2 least likely places they will check.

Close your windows, even the small ones

Put locks on side gates

Do not leave the tools of the trade lying around like ladders in the garden

Make sure you use anti bump door locks

Whatever you do, do not use dummy CCTV cameras. They are easy to spot and you may give the robber some added curiosity

Invest a couple hundred in a few cameras

These simple things will reduce the likely hood of being targeted

Make sure you have the proper insurance cover and keep online a record of documents, thieves like documents.

Do not hide things in wardrobes or under the bed. This is the first place they look

If you have loads of gems gold or cash. Put a safe in the lock and do not tell anyone about it


Enjoy your first thunderstorm with this yellow s#!t stain on your house. Pile of c€%p Yale.

We've had ours for 6 years+
works great, pain in the neck to change batteries in the siren (have to borrow a window cleaners ladder)
the only downside weve had is that the mains plug has gone all yellow and recently an electrician told us we should replace it before it melts/burns

Original Poster

craig19

Enjoy your first thunderstorm with this yellow s#!t stain on your house. … Enjoy your first thunderstorm with this yellow s#!t stain on your house. Pile of c€%p Yale.



Kindly enlighten us with your informative statement?

had one on my detached garage for years and it's really reliable and very noisy when triggered. It has been entirely trouble free. I use Duracell batteries and replace them every couple of years. not sure I'd fit one to my house though, but as a basic kit it's good.

I have this, it is really good and easy to install as its all wireless. But these were selling in all Aldis in North Wales before Christmas for £24.99

shopofhorrors123

aldi barrow-in-furness by the old Frankie & Benny's has had two of these … aldi barrow-in-furness by the old Frankie & Benny's has had two of these for at least 6 months and every weekly shop I checked the price, which has took along time but they are both 29.99 and have been since before Christmas but no one has bought them. I looked at the cost for extras to suit my house and would be too expensive, confirmed still in stock every Wednesday since 15th December at this price and will be back tomorrow, so can update if it helps anyone.



You could buy them and sell them in ebay. Trust me you will get around £80 each for them

None in Loughborough

Is there an easy why to check stock without going into store?

Ive installed one of these which i bought from screw fix, they are worth every penny and easy to install. Mine cost over £200

Sold out in Gateshead metro centre

Original Poster

coleaj

Is there an easy why to check stock without going into store?



Yes phone Aldi customer services on 0800 042 0800 and give them your postcode as I did. They will tell you how much stock is available in each store within your area. There is no direct number to individual stores and they won't reserve anything either.

Edited by: "modelman" 1st Feb

link not working? as takes me back to here and nothing under "alarm" search on site

You searched for Yale HSA6200

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Edited by: "ccwjames" 1st Feb
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