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Philips Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock HF3520/01 - £75 @ Amazon
Found 20th OctFound 20th Oct
I've got one of the earlier models and it makes a difference in the winter months, to me anyway. This newer version has an improved red/yellow sunrise simulation. There are a coupl… Read more
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There is a delay. I got mine 1-2 hrs later


Too dear@!


Be good if there was a dab versio


I've signed up but wasn't sent a code :/ does it get sent soon after signing up or is there a delay?


Partner swears by ours. Doesn't do a thing for me (I only get woken by the alarm that plays at the end of the sunrise sequence) but it doesn't really matter since it gets her up. Always rather be woken by the better three quarters than an alarm!

Yale SR-340 Smart Home Alarm System - Costco in-store only for £323.98
04/11/2018 at 17:00Expires on 04/11/2018 at 17:00LocalLocalFound 20th OctFound 20th Oct
Spotted this in Costco's current offer book. Valid 15th Oct - 4th Nov. £323.98 INCLUDING VAT. The next cheapest I can find is £399.00 for the SR-340 so this is a great price! This … Read more
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I didn't actually vote cold nor said this wasn't the best price. Just said the cold votes may have been because it's been much cheaper...


Yep. Rather amateurish so would not rely on these ‘Smart’ alarms. If you do then make sure you have manual override fitted.


Smart alarms... Not so smart.


App works ok for me, ok the pc setup was better but they shut that. I upgraded from the telephone version with the same grey yale detectors and it took 30 mins to setup learning detectors. Only downside for me is you can't turn the internal sound off if it goes in alarm like the other so the dog gets it as well.


I got this (brand new) for £50 at a car boot (lol) . Couldn't believe my luck.

Casio Collection Men's Watch W-735H-1AVEF,10 Yr Battery,10M WR,Vibration Alarm, Super Illuminator,(Prime) £19.99 Prime @ Amazon (Also Argos)
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
£24.48 Non-Prime. Grey colour. This one seems to dip down to £19.99 quite often, also from Argos for the same price. Screen grab of "Super Illuminator" LED from the below You… Read more
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Why do mods feel the need to unnecessarily change your titles/posts? All the info was here, I'd put Non-Prime right at the top of my post as I couldn't fit it in with the watch's description/title of this Deal. If the Non-Prime details were missing I could understand. And I'm pretty sure it was also edited to say £19.98 - not £19.99, which is the Amazon/Argos price (just fixed that as well). Maybe gives them something to do but I'd prefer it if they moderated passive aggressive comments or unsolicited PMs. Happened to a few of my posts now - unnecessary edits.


Sure - I actually already did this in a p.m. to a member. Credit to louiselouise for pointing out the LCD stealth mod thread ages ago in another post: So there's an exterior stealth mod ,where you remove all the white lettering: And I've seen other mods where you remove or replace the polarized film in front of the LCD so that it inverts the LCD: Some people also change the LED light to a different colour - I think that's covered in the link above too. It's pretty cool, but I think soldering surface-mount LEDs is a bit beyond my soldering skill level! Although - my favourite mod is actually more of a hack/rebuild where the maker created a look-a-like Alien F-100 mod here: I would love an original f-100, but they're going for around £200-250.


Can you elaborate on the mods?


Quite like the watch but at £20 its getting close to low end G-Shocks which I prefer, also G-Shocks are quite often discounted (black Friday etc) for instance my work watch is a £90 Tough Solar Radio Controlled that I picked up for a tad over £40 ........... but have some heat .............


Two weeks ago it was around the £24 so good deal only on prime

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Casio Classic Digital LCD Watch with Stopwatch, Timer, Alarm, Water Resistant, Model F-91W-1YER, £7.99 (Delivered) @ 7DayShop
Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
Seeing as a few people are posting deals for Casio watches recently, I thought I'd add my own! I bought this watch last year when it was last on offer from 7DayShop, and for this p… Read more
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Can i be the first to mention Osama bin Laden...


I really don't think that's why people buy them.


They're cheap and functional...


Because if they did, the militant wing of the feminists reserves would get on twitter to complain it's sexist to presume wimins want white/pink!


What is the fascination with these things?

Kidde Carbon monoxide alarm model 7CO - £12 @ Asda in-store and online
LocalLocalFound 14th OctFound 14th Oct
Just saw this on the shelf in my loca Asda reduced from £15, had half a dozen. Priced £12 online also. Been cheaper but hope this helps those who need one one now. Features Forhom… Read more

Cold - £25 for click and collect.


Have a sympathy like ;)


Does this work for adults aswell? :)

Philips Wake-Up Light Alarm Clock HF3520/01 Coloured Sunrise Simulation - 5 Sounds and Radio Function £84.99 @ Amazon
Found 13th OctFound 13th Oct
The 5 sound version is £84.99 until midnight. I bought the 7 sound version the other day for £89.99 and I've noticed I'm fresher and have more energy in the mornings already, cou… Read more

The price is now down to £75, so much for the 24 hour "deal"


Because I bought the one from the deal the other day thinking it was a good deal as it had over 200 heat, then this one with a little less features gets incredibly down voted... Maybe the other one actually wasn't a good deal...


maybe the price, I personally do not know. I do wonder why some people get so concerned when a deal they post is voted as cold and ask for explanations. Do people get paid for posting deals?


yeah there are couple of feature different, Phillips don't exactly make it easy to find the differences. The most major one for me is that this one only has an 8 minute battery life, the 7 sounds one has a 4-8 hour battery life.


much as i hate to agree with tempt - its a lower model for only slightly lower price though the difference isn't only 2 sounds, even on the highlights spec comparison this one is missing a midnight light (whatever that is) as well as a usb port (for whatever reason) and there are probably some other differences this one has been this price before, the other one was a tenner cheaper than had ever been on amazon (ignoring lightning deals)

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Philips Wake-up Light Alarm Clock with Coloured Sunrise Simulation, 7 Natural Sounds & Radio Function - HF3531/01 £89.99 Amazon
Found 5th OctFound 5th Oct
Just found on Amazon whilst looking for a SAD lamp, seems like a good deal - original price £149.99. A lot cheaper than the more basic version - also has a USB port on the back for… Read more

I assume that would cost alot more than £90! So this is a steal (highfive)


Makes £90 seem like the deal of decade.....


Seems difficult to justify until you've used one to be honest! I bought one last year after years of hearing praise for them but not wanting to shell out, and I'm so glad I did. Not sure about the settings on this one as I got one of the different models but the one I have makes such a difference, I much prefer being woken up gently by light rather than abruptly by sound. Probably not much use if you're the type of person can hop out of bed in the morning, but as the poster above says, if you struggle to wake up when it's dark outside these are absolutely worth the money as the autumn and winter mornings approach!


Bought one of these Philips alarm clocks years ago. Literally the best purchase I’ve ever made. Completely transformed my mornings. No longer woken up by an alarm going off in the pitch black in winter, feeling like it’s the middle of the night and so fast asleep I can barely open my eyes. This thing wakes me up naturally imitating day light and you wake up feeling refreshed and ready to start the day. Best thing ever if you struggle waking up on dark winter mornings.


Ouch 90 quid. I have an alarm clock. 530 am every day. A 3 year old (lol)

Yale EF-KIT2 Easy Fit Telecommunicating Alarm £126.65 with C+C code @ Wickes (15% Off £100 Click + Collect Spend )
Found 1st OctFound 1st Oct
The next cheapest price I have seen is at Wickes @ £180 last week but currently next cheapest is £229 at Yale Easy Fit Telecom Alarm Kit will ring you when triggered… Read more
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I get this same message :(


"Voucher is only valid from 04/10/18 to 08/10/18"


Smiley faces make all the difference! (lol)


That's what you say (excited) ...better add the smiley face :)


Expired, code no longer works

Yale Sync Smart Home Alarm £234.99 Amazon
06/10/2018Expires on 06/10/2018Found 1st OctFound 1st Oct
This is equivalent to existing Yale 320 series of alarm which is priced at 240

It's good to see that the process is more intelligent than the Supervisors (embarrassed)


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I don't think they know much about it. The application of the price match refund is evidently done automatically so the support guys don't really know what to say.


Most have experience ranging from a few months to a year, even supervisors. And employees move away too fast.


The funny thing is, I received an email from a Supervisor of chat saying I wouldn't get a refund and then I spoke to a Supervisor on the phone last night, who said exactly the same. You would think the Supervisor would have more of an idea on how the system runs.

Nest Thermostat & Protect Smoke Alarm Bundle £213.93 with code @ Toolstation
Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Toolstation are doing a Nest Thermostat and Protect bundle for £248.93 Normally retailing around £300. But if youre quick, you can save a FURTHER £35! by using the voucher code SEP… Read more

Thanks for the tip OP. Ordered mine - being delivered Monday.


Collected this morning and installed this afternoon (y) 🏼


Glad to see others benefiting, mine just got delivered 😁


Thanks. Smoke alarm not in stock now but have taken the order


Worked for me too but the guy on the phone wasn’t convinced and had to check with colleagues. Thanks OP!

First Alert Ionisation Smoke Alarm 1p instore @ Wickes WORTH EVERY PENNY :)
LocalLocalFound 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Title says all: 1p for the smoke alarm. In this case "worth every penny" literally. Out of stock online but Click and Collect available in plenty of stores. 10 years guaranteed an… Read more
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Lol I figured ionisation, but couldn't think of the better joke as you did.


could be handy when your engine sets alight on the journey home ;)


(y) Nice one! I believe with ionisation alarms, it's smoke particles and not heat that sets it off, so maybe I should say the deal is "smokin'" instead. I've set that one up for you. Go for it, buddy. (y)


says out of stock with no option to check if its available in local store


Too much heat will set it off 🔥?

Arlo Pro 2 - 2 Camera Security System with inbuilt Alarm siren, Rechargeable, Wire-Free, 1080p HD, 2 way Audio, Indoor/Outdoor and Night Vision - Works with Amazon Alexa -VMS4230P £406.16 Amazon
Found 25th SepFound 25th Sep
100 percent wire-free: Free of power cords and wiring hassles 1080p HD: High quality video with sharper and brighter details; two way audio Activity zones: Highlight areas in you… Read more

I have it and its free up to 7 days past of free cloud storage you can store it to a hardrivealso obviosly using there cloud should not be free anyway so any recording lets say 8 days ago will be deleted you can download them to your phone Tbrough the apl


Only two. When powered by battery you can’t use activity zones where you mask off areas not to monitor for movement. Though overall motion detection still works. You can’t enable non-stop recording. as far as I know, the only reason you can’t connect it up with the power cable for outdoor use is because the power socket is not waterproof once you pop the rubber cover open to plug it in. Last time this issue came up on this site someone mentioned that you can get a 3rd party solution to solve this. I never checked it out at the time but I presume it’s some kind of silicon cover


I have Re-read the info most of the main parts are indoors and plugged in... only mainly for indoor then.?


They keep them for 7 days for free.Simply download those you wish to keep, simples.


The CCTV is used for evidence therefore pointless to have system without any storage or required to pay for storing the video files - the system is s-u-c-k-s! I am defo right about the storage, you need to correct yourself, here is plans for above camera: In order to store files like on my system for 30 days and it’s only 10Gb storage it cost £64 per year extra - rip off as I do have 1TB = 1024Gb

Kidde 10SCO Combination Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Voice Notification @ Amazon £15.96 (Prime Member) £4.49 delivery non prime
Found 25th SepFound 25th Sep
Voice Alarm feature tells you which danger has been detected even after the event Peak level memory provides notification (voice and LED) when … Read more
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£17.99 now.


I have one and I'm 50/50 on it. Would I say it hurts your ears when it goes off no, It went off the other night and reset itself after oven door opened and 'someone left a tray in the bottom' Yes it talks to you and that isn't over loud. 2 type of alarm signals and speech after each. 'Caution low battery' well work that one out for your self. It's the only alarm the dog doesn't re-act to like it isn't there.


We have these but bought some time ago and have been great. Agree the recent reviews all awful though and all say the same about false alarms


Bought one of these from Aldi, 18 months ago, had to remove battery recently as it was constantly telling me there was a fire. Supposed to be guaranteed fit 10 years, AVOID


The latest reviews seem to be pretty poor.

First Alert Ionisation 2PK Smoke Alarm - £4 @ Wickes (free C&C)
Refreshed 24th SepRefreshed 24th Sep
Twin pack containing 2 battery operated ionisation smoke alarms, ideal for detecting fast flaming fires. The alarms are powered by a replaceable 9v battery (included) and hav… Read more



Got four of these today...5 year guarantee and a doddle to install and fit...heat added


Or -even better- leave the free smoke alarms for people who are struggling financially...


Contact your local Fire Service and I expect they will supply and fit free smoke alarms for you instead. Have done in Cornwall for years and the alarms have 10 yr batteries.


2% TCB also

Kidde smoke alarm reduced from £6.50 to 85p in asda
LocalLocalFound 23rd SepFound 23rd Sep
Spotted Kidde smoke alarm reduced from £6.50 to 85p in asda. Great price
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thought this was a smoke alarm for children :o


Wait the regular price is £6.50 Do people actually buy that? You know you can get fire alarms plus a free install from firefighters? They do this all the time since Fire prevention is what they do most the time


Hope they're not reduced because they're smoke damaged stock? (shock)




Did a quick search before posting myself, found this too in Asda Basildon but they had stickers on rather than shelf label so wasn't sure if store specific or not. Looks like it might be national then :)

Digital Display Carbon Monoxide Alarm - FireAngel CO-9D. Delivery included. £17.63 @ Safelincs
Found 14th SepFound 14th Sep
The FireAngel CO-9D is a digital display carbon monoxide alarm fitted with a tamper-proof sealed 7 year life battery. The clear LCD digital display allows you to see CO levels as l… Read more

If you don't buy a lottery ticket or a CO detector I would say you are much more likely to die from CO poisoning than you are of winning the lottery. That's logic right there. You save yourself the £18 for a CO detector and go buy some comics or something, the rest of us that actually care about our lives and those of our families will probably just get the 10 year detector that works out at £0.005 per day for the peace of mind that if we happen to live next to one of the 'user error' cases, the CO seeping through the wall won't kill our sleeping children.


who's trying to be clever? i'm just stating facts, carbon monoxide poisoning in the home is next to a non issue, even less so in modern homes, and we have gone decades without needing 'alarms' to keep us safe. even when 'real' fires were more popular is was next to a non issue, there has been about 50 deaths a year, and that number hasn't changed and most of those deaths have been attributed to user error, say blocking of vents etc 50 people out of the millions of homes, christ, more people die from falling off ladders, marginally less people die from drowning in the bath, it's an event so rare that you're 4 times more likely to win the lottery than to die from carbon monoxide poisoning. it's an issue that has been legislated for to cover arses should the extremely rare event happen


Slightly cheaper for those who use Amazon


Please don't try and be clever, because you are failing miserably. Everybody reading this is still alive, and I'm older than you. You are luckier than all the people that aren't still alive obviously, so, what exactly is your point? Should we not buy smoke alarms because we have never had a fire, not buy car insurance because we have never had a crash, not buy life insurance because we have never died (Even though so many have over the years). The simple fact is that carbon monoxide kills, and is called the silent killer because you get no warning. I hope I never get any use whatsover out of my alarms, but I still wouldn't be without them. You tried to come across as sarcastically clever and yet simply ended up looking stupid, so please stop digging eh.


yet all these millions of people have lived for decades without one, one has to wonder how i've made it to my mid thirties without one.

Kidde smoke and carbon monoxide alarm aldi in store £4.99
Found 14th SepFound 14th Sep
Kidde smoke and carbon monoxide alarm. £4.99 in aldi, £18 on amazon and £26 in argos so quite a good deal and saving. Found in aldi, coventry road, Birmingham.

Went to every local Aldi at the weekend. Not one had heard of the deal.


Thanks, I was about to buy one anyway as ours has expired, I will be able to buy two at this price.


That's a smashing price, good spot (y) HH.


If you don't have one, go and buy one, or two. It could just save your life, literally.


Priceless 👌

Ring Spotlight Cam Battery - HD Security Camera with LED Spotlight, alarm and two-way talk, battery operated, Black - £98.57 @ Amazon
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
This is £199 on Ring's website, and the cheapest I can find it anywhere else is about £150. Seems like a good deal to me. Black only though.
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I installed one today so time will tell, I’ll post here when it dies. You can insert two batteries though to double the length of camera life. £18 per battery if buying from ring and paying protection plan.


I thought the battery life was supposed to be 6 months!


These are rubbish I had one for two weeks but had to turn most settings off to get good battery life, I got 4 days with all settings on so a bit of a disappointment


sweet (y)


First Alert Ionisation Smoke Alarm for £2 @ Wickes
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
Compact, easy to install smoke alarm with 10 years guarantee The SA300 is a battery operated ionisation smoke alarm, ideal for detecting fast flaming fires. The alarm is powered… Read more
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Yep, tell me about it. :-D


Hehehehe, I hear, lol.


Sorry dad.


Just luck I'm next to a few stores!


This is out of stock on their website unfortunately.

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