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Yale Sync Smart Home Alarm £234.99 Amazon
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Yale Sync Smart Home Alarm £234.99 Amazon

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Posted 1st Oct 2018
This is equivalent to existing Yale 320 series of alarm which is priced at 240
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The Philips Hue Starter Kit is not showing as a promotion at this price.
For me, the Yale and Philips kit is showing as £287.48.
Pwhite763 m ago

For me, the Yale and Philips kit is showing as £287.48.


Correct. The Yale at the lower price doesn't include a free hue kit. Shows £287.48 for me even at checkout.
Looks like this is some new model of yale. It's out any good compared to the older EF series one.
Edited by: "Blazzz" 1st Oct 2018
Blazzz01/10/2018 07:08

Looks like this is some new model of yale. It's out any good compared to …Looks like this is some new model of yale. It's out any good compared to the older EF series one.


Its on a new, more secure frequency apparently.
New hub works directly with Alexa and Philips hue lighting, the older hub didn’t.

The SR and EF accessories are NOT compatible with this due to different frequency used.
cr3111 m ago

Its on a new, more secure frequency apparently.New hub works directly with …Its on a new, more secure frequency apparently.New hub works directly with Alexa and Philips hue lighting, the older hub didn’t.The SR and EF accessories are NOT compatible with this due to different frequency used.


I feel this is a bit of marketing ploy tbh...
cr3101/10/2018 07:35

Its on a new, more secure frequency apparently.New hub works directly with …Its on a new, more secure frequency apparently.New hub works directly with Alexa and Philips hue lighting, the older hub didn’t.The SR and EF accessories are NOT compatible with this due to different frequency used.


I have the EF telecommunicating model still sealed box. Wondering whether to go for this newer version instead. Is it much of an improvement. What's the actual price of this model. 229 is deal of day offer.
I ordered just before posting the deal. Hotukdeals didn't approve the deal for hours after my posting. I will post the proof of order.
yusuf1st01/10/2018 07:50

I ordered just before posting the deal. Hotukdeals didn't approve the deal …I ordered just before posting the deal. Hotukdeals didn't approve the deal for hours after my posting. I will post the proof of order.

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yusuf1st2 m ago

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I posted the deal at 00.30 but hotukdeals approved it only on 6 am for some stupid reason. Anyway apologies for the inconvenience.
yusuf1st01/10/2018 07:52

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Wow, it seems you were lucky. Cheers yusuf1st.

I pre-ordered this alarm from Amazon for £276 (inc. the Philips Hue Starter Kit), however Amazon are denying the kit was free and charged me £73 for it.
Now I am looking at returning it, so I get the alarm at £203.
Pwhite7601/10/2018 07:57

Wow, it seems you were lucky. Cheers yusuf1st.I pre-ordered this alarm …Wow, it seems you were lucky. Cheers yusuf1st.I pre-ordered this alarm from Amazon for £276 (inc. the Philips Hue Starter Kit), however Amazon are denying the kit was free and charged me £73 for it.Now I am looking at returning it, so I get the alarm at £203.


Amazon will only charge you the current price as per their pre order agreement.
yusuf1st01/10/2018 08:09

Amazon will only charge you the current price as per their pre order …Amazon will only charge you the current price as per their pre order agreement.


I guess if they dispatch it today, I will find out. However, if I can return the Philips kit and get a refund of £70+ , then I get the alarm for £203. I don't actually need the kit tbh.
Not sure why this has been expired. Still the same price as the op quoted. Be interested to see how much I’m charged as I preordered and got the hue lights already; now showing that the the Yale alarm is roughly £165, to be dispatched today.
Pwhite7627 m ago

I guess if they dispatch it today, I will find out. However, if I can …I guess if they dispatch it today, I will find out. However, if I can return the Philips kit and get a refund of £70+ , then I get the alarm for £203. I don't actually need the kit tbh.


Might do the same actually - says I paid £54 for it so wouldn’t mind that back considering I already have a hub and several light bulbs
Shows as £287 when I try to order.
Edited by: "DavidWiggins-62237.78384" 1st Oct 2018
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I'm guessing the PIR's and door contacts from my old Yale 6200 are not compatable with this?

Thanks Mark L.
phoenix_af6 m ago

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That's excluding the Philips kit though.
phoenix_af01/10/2018 09:04

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The deal advertised is for the Yale alarm and the hue starter kit for £219.99.

That is just the alarm for £219.99

That's why it's been expired. The OP got lucky this morning and received a free hue starter kit with their order.
Edited by: "SeanRTK" 1st Oct 2018
yusuf1st01/10/2018 08:09

Amazon will only charge you the current price as per their pre order …Amazon will only charge you the current price as per their pre order agreement.


Not a pre-order apparently. Just cancelled my order from Friday after spending an hour arguing with amazon customer service.


I have checked and this item is not eligible for price match,... .
pre-order is eligible a book, CD, video, DVD, video game or software item from Amazon.
SeanRTK01/10/2018 09:12

The deal advertised is for the Yale alarm and the hue starter kit for …The deal advertised is for the Yale alarm and the hue starter kit for £219.99.That is just the alarm for £219.99That's why it's been expired. The OP got lucky this morning and received a free hue starter kit with their order.


Ahhh. Ok that makes sense thanks
SeanRTK01/10/2018 09:12

The deal advertised is for the Yale alarm and the hue starter kit for …The deal advertised is for the Yale alarm and the hue starter kit for £219.99.That is just the alarm for £219.99That's why it's been expired. The OP got lucky this morning and received a free hue starter kit with their order.


I posted deal at 12.30 am but hotukdeals only made it online at 6 am. Last I had checked at 1 am and deal was still on at Amazon. Hotukdeals guys owe an explanation on why they held up the deal for so long.
Kingmob01/10/2018 09:18

Not a pre-order apparently. Just cancelled my order from Friday after …Not a pre-order apparently. Just cancelled my order from Friday after spending an hour arguing with amazon customer service.I have checked and this item is not eligible for price match,... .pre-order is eligible a book, CD, video, DVD, video game or software item from Amazon.


Ohh, well let us know how it goes though.
Can someone please expire the deal, I can't for some reason
Blazzz1st Oct

I have the EF telecommunicating model still sealed box. Wondering whether …I have the EF telecommunicating model still sealed box. Wondering whether to go for this newer version instead. Is it much of an improvement. What's the actual price of this model. 229 is deal of day offer.



Theres no real advantage of this over ef .. btw it uses the same frequency .
Someone else said it uses different frequency.
Also isn't this wireless, compared to EF model
Dragon3201/10/2018 09:10

I'm guessing the PIR's and door contacts from my old Yale 6200 are not …I'm guessing the PIR's and door contacts from my old Yale 6200 are not compatable with this?Thanks Mark L.


No they won't unfortunately, as the Yale 6200 runs on a different frequency.
Pwhite7601/10/2018 15:34

No they won't unfortunately, as the Yale 6200 runs on a different …No they won't unfortunately, as the Yale 6200 runs on a different frequency.


Damn that's a pain as have 2 PIR's and about 8 door contacts so that will cost a few quid to replace.

Cheers.
Dragon3223 m ago

Damn that's a pain as have 2 PIR's and about 8 door contacts so that will …Damn that's a pain as have 2 PIR's and about 8 door contacts so that will cost a few quid to replace.Cheers.


Yeah, me too
Does this replace the SR-320/20/40 series ? And are either of these any good. Considering getting this to replace our age old system.
not this exact model but does anyone know how long the pir and sensors etc last on average?
cheers
patriot2000144 m ago

not this exact model but does anyone know how long the pir and sensors etc …not this exact model but does anyone know how long the pir and sensors etc last on average?cheers


With my current old Yale alarm, the pir's batteries last for about 2/3yrs.
yusuf1st01/10/2018 11:19

Ohh, well let us know how it goes though.


After nearly 90 minutes of chat I cancelled the order which was out for delivery in frustration. Real shame as I'd ordered other stuff that I wanted but refused to pay full price for the hue kit which I wouldn't have ordered separately (already have a hue setup).

edit: Surprised that Amazon has blocked my review for mentioning the pre-order price debacle.
Edited by: "Kingmob" 1st Oct 2018
Kingmob01/10/2018 19:17

After nearly 90 minutes of chat I cancelled the order which was out for …After nearly 90 minutes of chat I cancelled the order which was out for delivery in frustration. Real shame as I'd ordered other stuff that I wanted but refused to pay full price for the hue kit which I wouldn't have ordered separately (already have a hue setup).edit: Surprised that Amazon has blocked my review for mentioning the pre-order price debacle.


I have just come off the phone to Amazon after an hour (two calls, as the first one vanished and then cut me off!).
I pre-ordered the alarm back on the 13th September for £276.86 (Inc the "free" Philips hue) and so I asked them to reduce my order as per today's price, but no they refused. They couldn't understand the Philips hue was free, as they charged me for them when they posted it. They kept saying it was a promotion deal.

So I turned it around in the end and said could I return the bulbs and get a £73 refund, of which he replied no, as it's part of a promotion with the Yale alarm (going round in circles). So I said, oh the bulbs weren't free then? Then he finally realised what I was getting at, so agreed that I could return the bulbs for a refund of £73.18 and still get the Yale alarm for £203 (of which still hasn't been despatched).

I am sure the saga has not ended, so won't hold my breath any longer.
Kingmob01/10/2018 19:17

After nearly 90 minutes of chat I cancelled the order which was out for …After nearly 90 minutes of chat I cancelled the order which was out for delivery in frustration. Real shame as I'd ordered other stuff that I wanted but refused to pay full price for the hue kit which I wouldn't have ordered separately (already have a hue setup).edit: Surprised that Amazon has blocked my review for mentioning the pre-order price debacle.


That's bad. Amazon customer service is very inconsistent. Sometimes they can be very unreasonable and on other times it is a peace of cake dealing with them.
Pwhite7601/10/2018 20:16

I have just come off the phone to Amazon after an hour (two calls, as the …I have just come off the phone to Amazon after an hour (two calls, as the first one vanished and then cut me off!).I pre-ordered the alarm back on the 13th September for £276.86 (Inc the "free" Philips hue) and so I asked them to reduce my order as per today's price, but no they refused. They couldn't understand the Philips hue was free, as they charged me for them when they posted it. They kept saying it was a promotion deal.So I turned it around in the end and said could I return the bulbs and get a £73 refund, of which he replied no, as it's part of a promotion with the Yale alarm (going round in circles). So I said, oh the bulbs weren't free then? Then he finally realised what I was getting at, so agreed that I could return the bulbs for a refund of £73.18 and still get the Yale alarm for £203 (of which still hasn't been despatched).I am sure the saga has not ended, so won't hold my breath any longer.


I received an email today confirming the pre-order price guarantee; so I was being charged a lower price for the Yale alarm.

So I checked both ordered (the alarm and the hue starter kit) and found they cost the following:

Hue £54.25
Yale £165.74

Total of £219.99 (which was the deal of the day price yesterday). Quite glad I didn’t say anything on live chat - which I normally would do! Will probably just keep the bulbs and sell the module separately on eBay (as I already have one).
yusuf1st9 h, 48 m ago

That's bad. Amazon customer service is very inconsistent. Sometimes they …That's bad. Amazon customer service is very inconsistent. Sometimes they can be very unreasonable and on other times it is a peace of cake dealing with them.


Been a customer for 20 years and never really had a problem before. Guy I spent 90 minutes talking to said he applied a £10 promo credit to my account. I tried to place an order last night and no promo credit, so had to contact them again. Just checked my email and have received the pre-order guarantee refund notification which I assume will not be processed now. Frustrating waste of time.
phoenix_af02/10/2018 07:48

I received an email today confirming the pre-order price guarantee; so I was …I received an email today confirming the pre-order price guarantee; so I was being charged a lower price for the Yale alarm.So I checked both ordered (the alarm and the hue starter kit) and found they cost the following:Hue £54.25Yale £165.74Total of £219.99 (which was the deal of the day price yesterday). Quite glad I didn’t say anything on live chat - which I normally would do! Will probably just keep the bulbs and sell the module separately on eBay (as I already have one).


That's a nice result, but it's a shame Amazon haven't been consistent.
Pwhite7627 s ago

That's a nice result, but it's a shame Amazon haven't been consistent.


Still waiting for mine to be sent!
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