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NEST protect smoke alarm wired version 2nd generation at Ebay/key_sales_hfx for £81.90
Found 14 h, 17 m agoFound 14 h, 17 m ago
I missed out on the Wickes deal last time as they emailed me telling me it was out of stock. This is the best price I could find since using the eBay promo code PINCHME.



You need to think about things before posting you just sound.........


Better off with an IR flame detector.


I got rid of my smoke alarms as if I don’t let combustible material come into contact with an ignition source in the presence of oxygen then I won’t have a fire. Much more likely to get knocked over by a bus.


Yeah I think that's the point (y)

Fireangel CO-9D Digital Sealed for Life Carbon Monoxide Alarm @ Amazon £14.28 Prime £18.77 Non Prime
Found 15th DecFound 15th Dec
dropped to a nice price. Automatic self diagnostic check 7yr sealed for life Lithium battery Loud 85dB alarm at 1 metre Large Test & Silence button Large multi-function di… Read more
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Do not know if it is faulty it does not seem to change when I have place it next to the gas cooker


Would you not rather get this for £1 extra and 10 year life plus replaceable batteries?


£17.63 delivered from this organisation if you don't have Prime -


Thanks OP. Ordered a second one for us and another as a stocking filler :)


What you have is better than nothing and as long as ce marked should serve you well. However what you are missing with non digital display is early warning at lower ppm and log of peak levels to pinpoint problems, i.e when boiler switches onAlso when your asleep or away from home it will log and display and changes is co levels within the home. If you can afford to there is nothing wrong with having another co monitor, maybe place one on the landing and the other near the boiler, fire, woodburner.

Digoo DG-C8 Wireless Full Color Digital Backlight Bedroom Alarm Clock with Light Sensor @ Banggood - £5.89
Found 13th DecFound 13th Dec
I really like the look of this, looks clear to read now that I'm an old codger. Handy with it being wireless too.

Some people consider it good sleep hygiene not to take their mobile phone into the bedroom. I'm not one of those people but to wake up and get to sleep I still love my Philips Wake-Up light.


Are you one of those sad people that has their phone glued to their hand 24/7?? :p


Who uses these relics in the age of mobile phones


I have that clock. Works really well.


Fair enough, although I'm not bothered about remote control. Like the look of the clock for a present so can't risk buying from abroad or a dodgy Ebay seller.

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Casio Men's Vibration Alarm Watch  + 2 Years Guarantee  £19.99 @ Argos
Found 12th DecFound 12th Dec
Designed for use as both a watch and an alarm this Casio timepiece is great for those looking for an extremely practical watch providing a lot of useful information and features. I… Read more

Had one of those and returned it. Vibration alarm works only for 10seconds which might seem like a lot but it is not, and vibrations aren’t strong enough to wake you up. Ended up buying some cheap fitbit type band and it works perfectly.


I have (cheeky)




Different people , different needs i guess.


The wife asked me to buy her one of these to help her wake up nicely in the morning. I thought that was kind of weird because I have never seen her with a watch on her wrist before.

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Oxford Screamer XA7 Alarm Disc Locks £17.99 / £19.98 delivered @ M&P direct
Found 11th DecFound 11th Dec
High security alarm disc lock that is an essential deterrent to thieves, especially with the 100dB alarm shrieking away to attract wanted attention! Loud 100dB alarm siren 7mm loc… Read more
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got one of these last year and cannot recommend it. The battery isn't a conventional type and the alarm goes off before you've had time to take the rubber nub off the lock to expose the key insert. Money best spent elsewhere


Thank you.Great find. Ordered Two, one for me and one for a friends Christmas pressie. (y)


This watch is very easy to read. I agree that some negative displays, especially the digital, are almost impossible to see, but this isn’t like that. Very clear to read.


Hi, I have that one too, but it’s nothing like this one. Nowhere near as good.


Bought one very similar to this 6 years ago and still going strong. Amazon still sell it for £99.


I'm a huge G-Shock fan, but these negative displays are terrible! Good price, but nearly unusable displays.


Bought. Superb. Thanks. (y) (y) (y) (y) (y) (y) (y)

Digital LCD Bathroom Wall Clock Waterproof / Timer / Humidity / Thermometer / Alarm Clock @ Banggood for £3.97
Shipping from ChinaShipping from ChinaFound 10th DecFound 10th Dec
Thought this might come in handy for the bathroom, put a timer on for my other half that showers longer than most people bath!

you're right! It worked out to £3.99. Bought.


Worked for me today but didn't yesterday


I get ..'This coupon can only be used 300 times' expired?


And the alarm? How are you going to stop your OH from cheating by pressing a 'pause' button? I know you weren't serious.


Why does no one read?!

Batman Projection Alarm Clock £14.99 @ Robert Dyas (w/Code) Standard Delivery Free
Found 9th DecFound 9th Dec
This looks great for my laddie. Unsure if this is a good price really, but best I can see using the code . A must for any Bat cave project the time along with the iconic Bat log… Read more

Awww man........... So £14.99. Damn it, thank you.


"Please note this item is excluded from any discount by promotion code or voucher in store and online" When added in basket "Coupon code "Xmas15" is not valid"

Kidde 7DCO Carbon Monoxide Alarm (replaceable batteries) Digital Display 10 Year Sensor, £15.49 prime / £19.98 non prime  @ Amazon
Found 9th DecFound 9th Dec
This is one of the best all round Co alarms on the market, no 10 year sealed battery, this one has batteries that can be replaced as they never last the 10 and you end up throwing … Read more

Just never "borrow" the batteries for anything ;)


I prefer the units whereby the battery can be replaced, very rarely do the sealed units last the 10 years, in 5-6 years will you still have the receipt and the time to claim on the warranty. Much better to get a 10 year sensor model like this and replace the batteries every 2-3 years. If you want the sealed unit of this one its even cheaper


Within 1 to 5 meters of any appliance (wood/gas) I'd recommend eye level sitting down for wood burner as carbon monoxide is heavier than air. Regulation stipulates above the door jam but I'm not a fan, unless you have little kiddies of course. Also buy one with a sealed 7 or 10 year lithium battery, these are cheap because they will be band (not making any more) pretty soon. But if you have too better than nothing, heat for the awareness (y)


This looks like good info. I bought one for just under a tenner from Toolstation but it only has a 7 year sensor, replaceable AA's though. Bought this, thanks op, think I'll put the Toolstation one upstairs & this around 3 metres from my woodburner.


Any idea on placement of the detectors. I'm reading one per room with a gas appliance and one per floor?

Kidde 10LLDCO Carbon Monoxide Alarm Digital Display With Sealed Battery £15.13 (Prime) / £19.12 (non Prime) at Amazon
Found 7th DecFound 7th Dec
best price on amazon. >50% off Digital display that shows current CO levels (from 10ppm) 10 year sealed battery 10 year manufacturer's warranty
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I had one of these but I kept going off and giving me a terrible headache so I took the batteries out. Only joking, I bought one about 18 months ago, still going ok but looks like it's probably half way through its life. The digital display is handy although it's always on zero but if you hole the button down it shows the maximum recorded, it seems mine registered 14ppm one day..


This is standard. None of the fire alarms or CO alarms with a '10 year battery' ever last 10 years. Manufacturers know most folks wouldn't bother going through the hassle of calling up, opening RMAs, packing them and making a trip to post these under warranty so they get away with it. I had a couple of Fire Angel fire alarms with such batteries giving a low batt warning on their 13th month. It's a disgrace.


Avoid and buy one with a replacement battery, Rubbish...


For the price this seems okay but it is not as sensitive as this one for £17.25


So best to get one where we can replace batteries I think.

Life Saver Carbon Monoxide Alarm - £11.25 prime/£15.74 non @ Amazon
Found 6th DecFound 6th Dec
Good reviews Continuous monitoring End-of-life alarm Test/reset button Battery operation Multi-function green and red LED's

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BenDawsonID3 £9.98


That's great. Posting the deal would have been very useful for the community :D


Bought this in aldi for a tenner I think


This is better than nothing, but for a few quid more do yourself a favour and buy one with a digital display. Not only do they store and display peak levels but display lower levels of Co before the alarm triggers, we use one in the attic as this is where our boiler is located. When I go up there maybe once a month I check the display to see if any Co has been detected. But if you just need a straight forward detector this will serve you well.

Portable 10W Powerful Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Speaker Support FM Alarm TF USB for £15.99 Delivered @ Ebay (targetcart)
Found 6th DecFound 6th Dec
Looks great Specifications Bluetooth Version: V3.0+EDR Bluetooth Profile: A2DP, AVRCP, HSP, HFP Voice Prompt: Give Status Of Device and Announce Incoming Phone Number. Wirele… Read more

I also have one of these, its not called sardine though, It`s good for the money links with Bluetooth fine, and has quite good base, battery is also a good point,, also had it for around 4 years now


Wireless isn't portable


That's one positive feedback who actually had bought it. Thank you very much for taking time to share it. ;)


Got one of these, good enough, not really any cheaper than when I bought it. A good speaker none the less, gives a good sound and battery lasts for ages.


Yes, and to be fair to Mr Patel, he has been doing business for a long time, nearly 25 years:,+Barking+IG11+0HZ,+UK/@51.5246243,0.1056902,110m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x47d8af5704623a5d:0xd9944bb8403b9404!8m2!3d51.525102!4d0.1049227?hl=en-GB And as we know, there are high volume sales and there are quality goods, but not always together.

Free Smoke Alarm (Various Fire Service throughout UK)
Refreshed 3rd DecRefreshed 3rd Dec
The UK fire-service give out FREE smoke alarms. They carry out a FREE home fire safety visit, offer advice on how to make your home safe and where appropriate fit a fire alarm for … Read more
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that’s because Alarm are very heavy lol


My Aunt arranged to have this done. She lives in a block of flats. A fire engine turned up with 6 firemen -to put up 2 smoke alarms !!!


These Fire Service thing's have alwayyyys been free ... I thought everyone already knew all that?. It's a good reminder though I guess. :-)


This will be a mixed bag depending on where you are. Many fire services will have a core of persons they will target for the supply of smoke alarms. These are normally those that the service deem to be at most risk or most vulnerable. Some FRS will likely refer the provision of alarms for those with hearing impairments to the local council as they will have a budget that will deal with this. Some may be able to supply directly. In short, your mileage is going to vary depending on where you live. There is always some debate as to whether people who can afford one should actually get one of course.. That is up to them although the number of times you get a landlord suggesting their tenants ask the Fire Service for a smoke alarm instead of them providing one as they are required to... Also if you can afford one but place the safety of you and your loved ones at the mercy of getting a freebie? Well, again, that is up to you. Of course if you can't afford it (and there are many that can't) then you will be at the front of the queue.

Ei Electronics Standard Smoke Alarm twin pack - Wilkos instore and online - £7
LocalLocalFound 2nd DecFound 2nd Dec
Ei Electronics Standard Smoke Alarm 5* review on Amazon and everywhere I've checked. Comes with 9v battery and 5 year warranty. Cheapest I could find it! Also has single smok… Read more

ALDI do a two pack for £7.99 I would expect their lawyers will have ensured they meet all required safety standards.


It’s not free for them though. With resources stretched under continued austerity I would say pay for them if you can afford to, and only get them around to inspect the house if needed.


They do but won't last you 2 years. I'm fed up of mine, had them free twice since 11 years. Now I will buy my own. They must be so good as you can change the battery yourself


Brill, thank you! :D


Voted hot. Smoke alarm s save lives.

Friedland (HoneyWell) Global Guard IP Intruder Alarm BOGOF - £49.98 @ epicentre1 / eBay
Found 1st DecFound 1st Dec
My Mother-in-Law has just had one of these installed, it seemed like a fairly decent bit of kit and is expandable so I decided to look at prices and came across this! It works out… Read more
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Where the app hasn’t been updated in 2 years it will only be a matter of time before it’s eol


The iOS app works fine as that what is being used with the system. The android app also seems to work as when her brother was setting up the system, he used his Android phone to do so.


So app is not compatible with latest Android system, camera won't work etc



I am not sure but the android app doesn't work anymore

Lumie Sunrise Alarm - Sunrise Wake-up Alarm, Sunset Sleep Feature, Sounds & Mood Lighting FOR £29.99 Delivered @ Amazon UK
Found 1st DecFound 1st Dec
Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. Gift-wrap available. Note: This item is eligible for click and collect. SUNRISE - A smooth sunrise starts 30 minutes before your alarm time … Read more

Nah, much nicer waking up to the sound of birdsong in the morning...err, which I'm not sure this one has but the Lumie one I got Mrs Bellboys a few years ago certainly has. mornings are a much more pleasant experience these days!


I rather buy one with DAB radio

Digital Alarm Clock with Temperature Thermometer and Backlit LCD £2.61 @ Banggood
Found 30th NovFound 30th Nov
Very cheap and cheerful alarm clock. Personally, I just get my other half to jam me with an electric cattle prod first thing, but maybe this will work better for you.

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Doesn't everyone just use their phones as an alarm? Looks ok for the money tho.


Available at Ikea for around £3 I think


No stock. From available USA stock £ 5.54


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