Yale Premium wireless alarm system. £167.19 @ Homebase. £5.95 delivery & 1.5% quidco
Yale Premium wireless alarm system. £167.19 @ Homebase.  £5.95 delivery & 1.5% quidco

Yale Premium wireless alarm system. £167.19 @ Homebase. £5.95 delivery & 1.5% quidco

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The Yale Premium Alarm comes with a fully functional control panel system with digital display and alerts you by telephone when activated.
Features: Function to contact up to 3 telephone numbers if activated. Phone point required.
Colour: White.
Includes: 2 x door and window contacts, 2 x PIR, 1 x siren and 1 x dummy siren.
Wireless: Yes.
Keypad control: Yes.
Sensors: 2 PIR.
Batteries: 1 x battery required (included).
Fittings: Included.
Installation: 1 person recommended. Yale helpline available for assistance.
Available for delivery to mainland UK and Northern Ireland. Unfortunately we cannot deliver to the outlying islands.


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Cheapest i could find. There's another retailer called Hunters Wholesalers, but i've never heard of them so Homebase may be a better bet.

If anyone knows where i can get cheap accessories (extra detectors, fobs, etc) please post!

i bought these at homebase around December time and got them for approx £78 (same kit as above) B&Q had them on offer and homebase matched price and knocked another 10% off - could be worth waiting for another price drop if you are in no rush. I bought extra PIR's, Door/Window contectors and alarms off fleebay

i recently installed a visonic powermax wireless system in my house - definitely more expensive, but far better quality, and apparently can be hooked up to the police since it is of a sufficient standard. think the basic kit was about £250

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thanks for the posts. managed to get a couple of fobs off ebay for £15 each delivered.


As said above B&Q now and then have sales where its reduced to £99 or lower a few times a year.

I have the prem one and i have unplugged it as it had a habit of setting itself off during the night, for no reason, as for the phone calls what i found is that once it went off 2 hours later the calls came thou, I my experience would be that i would get woken up at 2am by the alarm, jump up to switch it off to try not to annoy the rest of the street again... which would then be followed by a delayed phone called waking me up at 4am, im sure its a fantastic alarm for some just not me personally.

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Thanks for the advice. Don't want to wait till december tbh ... but i agree, that if it's not urgent, it's great to wait till then to save some further dosh.

Got the 6200 from B and Q for £50.00 last month as they're discontinuing all Yale alarms. It wasn't on display and there was just the one, but less than a third of the price of this for very similar.
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