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Found 19th JunFound 19th Jun
One of my absolute favourite G-shock. Clean, tactile and brilliant. You can get it for 87£ and free next day delivery by using the code SUM10. You cannot complian about the retaile… Read more

true but it looks badass


I agree, not multi band


Hot, very good price!


The reviews on Amazon are positive for this watch great price Thanks

Back in stock: Casio Classic F-91W-1YER LCD Classic Digital Watch with Stopwatch, Timer, Alarm, Water Resistant - £8.28 @ 7Dayshop
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
Back in stock for those who have missed it last time. --- A tried and true style great for casual wear - and a great price. This Casio classic watch has great features, including… Read more

if you hold down the bottom right button of your F91W for 3 seconds the word CASIO will be displayed if real.,..


£7.58 on amazon. Free next day delivery for prime members.




One of the most faked watches... Amazon have it cheaper but not free deleivery unless prime or the 20 pound spend ..


not really a "deal", purchased mine for less than £5 not too long ago.

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Fireangel CO-9D Digital Sealed for Life Carbon Monoxide Alarm £17.98 £ (Prime) / £22.47 (non Prime) at Amazon
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
FireAngel Digital 7 Year Life Carbon Monoxide Alarm What Is Carbon Monoxide (CO)? Carbon monoxide is a dangerous, poisonous gas that kills hundreds of people each year and injures … Read more

I switched mine off, kept me awake at night constantly beeping at me


cheaper on flebay but the choice is yours

Original Xiaomi Mijia Fire Alarm Detector Smoke Alarm Remote Control APP at Aliexpress for £18.90
Shipping from CNShipping from ChinaFound 10th JunFound 10th Jun
Hi guys I have been looking for some good deal on smart smoke detector and remind myself about Xiaomi :D Wifi with notification on your phone if something happened for that prise i… Read more

Battery only as far as I’m aware.


Can these be hardwired ?


There's a thread on the ST forum, if you look near the end you'll see some posts about an updated DH which gives you battery life etc. Installed and works fine for me.


Ah has that been sorted now? That’s good.


Also works with the SmartThings hub using a custom device handler. It's been this price for a while now so no need to rush to buy.

Yale Smart Home Alarm & View Kit - SR-330 £131 instore @ Homebase
LocalLocalFound 9th JunFound 9th Jun
This is £372.93 on Amazon at the moment - My local Homebase (Galwally, Belfast) are selling them for £131. Insane deal. I bought the SR-320 for £189 just 10 days ago! Ragin'!
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I purchased SR 340for £180 from homebase, thought that's bargaib


Above an upstairs opening window. have someone hang on to your legs.


Put it somewhere u can get to easy. When u gonna change the batteries on the siren u will thank me. Obviously not on ground level. High enough so that they need a ladder. Higher than someone standing on the bins


Bought this early last year for similar, still not fit it yet. Need a deal on extendable ladders, otherwise might look a bit odd 7 ft up the wall



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Yale home electronic safe £10 in store Homebase - 80% off ticket price
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Was picking up the alarm deal and saw loads of these. Price on shelf was £45 but scanning at £10. These are not in the clearance section but with the other safe's. They are not mar… Read more

Possibly, thanks though!


Also checked other Yale goodies,i.e. night latch lock, automation keypad, zwave and none of these where reduced either.


That's a pity, maybe worth giving Walton, Kingston stores a call. However if people have seen this post they've probably been snapped up..


In the Epsom store now and there are none of these in the safe asle


I'm also not convinced that having a safe is the safest way to keep things safe... best just to hide it somewhere discreet

Yale Smart Home Alarm, view & control kit - SR-340 now £180.27 instore at Homebase
LocalLocalFound 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Just saw this at my local Homebase (Bishop Auckland) they had a bunch left in stock perhaps about 4-5, I never bought it instead I bought the Sr-320 (none left in stock) as it seem… Read more

Picked one up in robroyston £94.50 (y) thanks op


No service charge, all devices connect via smart hub to wifi. The camera is motion triggered but image only, not video


Looks like a great deal of you can find it. Does it have a mobile sim in it or do I need to buy one. What's the service charge?


Got it. It’s still £350 on Amazon, amazing price!


Good deal, just bought last one in stock from newcastle. Think they still have the standard model in stock

Yale Smart Home Alarm Kit £94.50 @ Homebase Instore only
LocalLocalFound 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Just picked up from Homebase Wolverhampton. It is showing £189 but scanned only £94.50. Features Control via Smartphone - Arm/disarm and configure your alarm anytime, anywhere vi… Read more

Ended up getting the pir cameras also which links to alarms, some of the northern Ireland branches have some left as I got one for my parents today.


Picked one up along with the remote also for a fiver! Thanks


Picked one of these up in Crawley today. Thanks OP


Get one, they're great!


whats your vedict on this, ive reserved one over?

Kidde 7COC Carbon Monoxide Alarm  10 Year Sensor and Warranty £8.38 @ Costco
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Page 9 of the Costco warehouse offers magazine (see online too) (this link is for page 9, however it keeps going to page … Read more

Where is best place to position and how many would you need ? And if there is carbon monoxide how to get rid?


Does it detect smoke?


This is a useful resource:


I have mine positioned just above the door frame


Thanks but don't you need one near bedrooms also as I'm assuming people are most vulnerable to poisoning whilst asleep? Do you have one alarm on each floor?

Yale Telecommunicating Alarm Kit £90 @ homebase
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Yale telecommunicating Alarm kit has been reduced to £90 (RRP£200) This is ideal for people who want to be in informed about unwanted guests in their house as this will ring you … Read more

Although these have gone from the web site there is still stock around. your local can check the in store stock to see if there are any near you. same for all the other Yale security products in this discount deal.


I installed this at the weekend. Not difficult to install. Need a decent drill to make 4 holes in the wall. Ensure to connect up to panel first and check reception before closing bellbox once mounted. Also make sure tamper switch is pressed against wall.


I wouldn't say it was difficult, 4 holes to drill. You can use the dummy box back as a template if you're worried about dropping it or anything, they're both identical except that one is missing the electronics. I was more worried about accidentally setting it off due to the tamper switches but all went smoothly, just follow the instructions. If heights are a problem see if you can get a friend to help; I was able to hang out of an upstairs window to do mine so no need for climbing ladders; also made it easier to reach to change the batteries (which lasted about 2 years).


Thanks for all the tips guys (y)


I bought this and cctv system too thanks . I just need to get the drill bit to drill in the wall for all the wires .

Yale 6200 Series Wireless Alarm Kit only £34 @ homebase instore
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
This basic wireless alarm kit is only £34 at home base , other major retailers selling this piece of kit for 90-100 pounds . even yale dummies cost 25-30 quid so its a bargain . th… Read more

Thanks op, I managed to get one


hot, thanks op...........managed to snag both this kit and the other 90 quid one from the Belfast (Shane Retail Park) store. they are always super excellent with reservations and have never let me down should note though that the sensors on this kit and the 90 quid tele-communicating kit do not seem to be compatible with each other for those who are building a "mega" kit. J


How did you do it? According to Yale: Yale HSA6200 - Siren Based Alarm System (This system can only have one working Siren Box) HSA6200 FAQ and FACTS.pdf


Yes - I have exactly this set up on my home - works perfectly.


Reserved online but got a call telling me not available. Tried a few other stores all around London. Same story. One of the store staff was kindly enough telling me they have them in stock at Bunnings Warehouse who apparently now owns Homebase. Called up Bunnings and the store actually have them in stock and can price match so I ended up with two sets for £61.20. Happy days!

Full Yale Smart Home Alarm with Camera £360.54 @ Amazon - Prime exclusive
Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
SR-340 Lowest price ever at Amazon. No monthly fee. Full system: 1 x Yale Smart Home Alarm Hub; 1 x Exterior Siren; 1 x Exterior Dummy Siren; 2x PIR Motion Detector; 1 x PIR Image/… Read more
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Just paid £180 for this at homebase.


Got it - the alarm isn’t that loud very flexible re install - no wires homebase just had a 1/3rd off additional bits to add - which made it very affordable camera isn’t great at all - 720p - not a video camera either - just takes a snapshot when activated can disable certain functions to prolong battery life


Just checked the online app and it say an firmware update is available so I'll do mine when I get home.


Overpriced for what it is. I bought the £170 version reduced to £130, has a larger more sturdier pad and telephone alerts, 2door contacts and 2 sensors along with siren and dummy box. Plus have cctv with remote viewing and email alerts for £130 and on the lookout for a standard indoor camera worth motion sensor with alerts/remote viewing for under £50. Personally feel I'm better off


Bought the one at 190 recently. Wondering whether to get this instead....good price.

Nest Protect battery smoke detector and CO alarm £75.59 @ Wolseley
Refreshed 10th JunRefreshed 10th Jun
Description confirms this 2nd gen. Make sure you use the WELCOME code to get this price. I've got the wired version and think it's great sensitivity wise particularly when cookin… Read more

Just check my credit card on-line, and no sign of the £15 refund yet. I called up again, and explained that I was charged £15 extra, and there was no sign of it, so the person I spoke to said they would look into / chase it. I will give another week, and if still not received it I will raise claim via the Credit Card company.


exactly the same situation with me , although yesterday I reported my card I paid with as lost , I hope refunds can still be applied to it ?


I ordered two and installed them at weekend. I can confirm these are 2nd gen (slimmer and different base). I also didn't get stung for postage and 10% discount worked a treat. Many thanks for posting. :D


I bought from these last time these were on offer and all 4 of my last order were 2nd gen.


I have 8 of these as I think it’s a genius product and superb system. The way they link and work together is just brilliant.

Yale Smart Home Alarm Kit £189 @ Homebase
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
Features Control via Smartphone - Arm/disarm and configure your alarm anytime, anywhere via your Smartphone. Remote Viewing - PIR Image Camera captures images and displays on Smar… Read more

managed to get SR 340 for £180 today


Saw this at £56 in Homebase Lewes.Only saw 1 on shelf at back of shop. Bought the basic £34 kit.


It's not a pretty picture you paint, quite alarming :p My experience has been different. I had the EF telephone alert series but they're similar enough so here is my view. The sensors are pretty sensitive even at 8ft height for me (wife is 5ft but still triggers it). Most alarm PIRs are visible and look similar so looking awful really shouldn't be a reason to not buy something like this. However, a wired system will be equally as 'awful' looking with trunking and cables running throughout the house - I didn't want that and couldn't afford to hide it so got the Yale solution. Yes you have to replace batteries, it will inform you when that needs to happen and they last about 2 years which is pretty good and low maintenance. IMHO get this if you're looking for a low maintenance, good value, relatively low cost solution that can be DIY installed and if you want to avoid trunking and cables or builders plastering walls to hide cables etc which has its own cost. This is also a good option if you are renting and want to protect your contents and don't want to invest in a permanent solution - something like this can be installed and removed with little evidence of it being there. Not to mention you can take this to any new property. However, if you want something with 0 maintenance and don't mind the cables in sight (or can hide the cables or are getting the house rewired) and can afford the cost of a professionally fitted system then go for it - it's far superior.


I have had the EF-Series Telecommunicating Alarm Kit in the past - great product, easy to install and manage. Would recommend it. I think other's have mentioned that this one works on broadband and not telephone line (so won't call you but send you an alert on your app if your broadband is working). However, this is mostly a deterrent and most burglars are looking for quick wins/easy hits - they don't want confrontation or attention ever. Saying that, here are some tips since you're in the market for security: 1. Get timer based lights or plugs that switch a lamp on and off when you're away in the evening. You can get light boxes that mimic TVs behind curtains too. 2. Cut shorter any tall hedges that thieves can hide behind. 3. Get friendly with neighbours and give them your mobile and take there's in case of an emergency when either is out of town/home. 4. Use pebbles/stones in walkways or near fences - they make a lot of noise and put of thieves because they can't quietly creep up to the property. 5. Get CCTV (even fake ones) - the real thing is relatively cheap technology now - wireless ones exist and are plug and play. 6. Use signs on doors and windows which mention alarms. 7. If you're replacing locks soon, look for Secured By Design locks - the Met Police recommend these too. Multi-lock doors are good but there's no point if you can just bend the plastic/uPVC back (happened to me when a thief broke in with a screwdriver) so look for secure doors (these can be expensive!) like Rock Doors or Solidoors. 8. One of my favourite tips - get a large dog bowl and some dog toys and leave them near the back door and stick up "Beware of Dog" signs. That's enough to deter somebody from coming into your home uninvited. 9. Last but not least - get some LED solar lights up in dark areas like alley ways - they are practical but also a deterrent especially the ones that stay on during the night dimmed and light up brightly when they sense movement (PIR sensors). They do not work very well at night. Mpow and the likes do them and they're also relatively cheap and very effective. Hope this has helped somebody and hope nobody has to suffer from burglary and privacy invasion like that. (y)


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Yale Smart Home Alarm SR-320 £189.00 @ Amazon
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
SR-320 Smart Home Alarm system from Yale. Included in the package is the smart hub, alarm, keypad, 2 motion detectors and 1 door sensor plus batteries and fittings. This is the l… Read more
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Mine still on both old systems and funny thing is when I press it to learn on the smart system I set an alarm off road the road. So if this fails I can just power the old system up and everything is still linked up.


Set it all up yesterday, great system, so easy to use. There is a 50 free SMS alert limit though!


Mine turned up yesterday. Took about 30 mins to install today. All items already paired. Easy setup. Great system so far


It's arrived and connected to Yale and noticed that the web version is stopping working on the 24th May (25th today) so don't expect that to stay live. Will run via the apps only. Can the internal sounder be turned off on the hub? I can't see it listed. It would send the dog crazy in the house going off. Notice it doesn't have a tamper on the hub but It will be either in a cupboard or upstairs now it doesn't have a keypad built in.


I thought they came paired in the box.

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