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Posted 8 October 2022

Yale Shed & Garage Alarm £6.99 instore @ Aldi, Leicester Hamilton

In store: Leicestershire · Aldi Deals
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Had these in Aldi for £6.99, online seems to be £16-20 elsewhere. Video reviews seem decent.

Product Details:
• Wireless alarm with motion detector, 12m detection range
• 10-second entry and exit delay
• 4-digit PIN code
• Dimensions: 3.3 x 6.5 x 16cm
• Requires 4 x AA batteries (not included)

The Yale Shed & Garage Alarm is the ideal way to secure buildings outside of the main home, and can be wall-mounted or used free-standing. A standalone, wire-free and battery-operated alarm, making it simple to set up and no need to run any cables. A great wireless security solution for sheds, garages, outbuildings and caravans, it comes with a 2-year guarantee. Low battery indicator and 110dB siren noise level.

Includes 1 x Wireless Shed & Garage Alarm, fixing pack and instructions.

**Doesn't say on the description but can also be used with 4.5v power supply and also has a connection port for external sirens if you have other bits already set up**

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    I use one in my shed with the electric bike in. It's fine, except that time I forgot my code.
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    Got one at Hemel Hempstead with a reduced sticker for £5
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    These aee good for the price
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    Ear drum bursting sound from such a small device.
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    Have one and use in our garage. Great device, easily portable and would recommend.
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    Was this reduced or the normal price? If reduced, how many did they have instore?
    Was reduced, had a red price label but didn't check what the original price was. There were around 10 packs when I was there last night (edited)
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    Not intended to be a funny or stupid question, but in the unlikely (or perhaps not so unlikely) event of a mouse getting inside a garage, would it set this off?
    It's fairly sensitive I'd say. It depends on how high up you have the sensor. For example turning a door handle sets it off