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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

Window Door Sensor PIR Detector Wireless Remote Controller Alarm System - £2.94 @ banggood
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Has anybody tried this before? I don't know how effective it'll be for 3 quid, but must be worth a punt?

is this just the Window Door Sensor?


Well as long as it rings a few times before it's stomped out, it's served its purpose so long as it's loud enough to wake you up


I'd question if a cheap product will be able to do what it said... especially when it comes to home security and the likes.


My mum has one on her patio door for peace of mind more than anything. The siren on hers is fairly loud. It would be quickly stomped on or otherwise put out of action, but it is what it is.

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Yale SR-340 Smart Home Alarm System - Costco in-store only for £323.98
LocalLocalFound 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.

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Xiaomi Smart Home Multifunctional Gateway Alarm System £18.22 @ GearBest
Found 28th JulFound 28th Jul
Xiaomi Smart Home Multifunctional Gateway Alarm System £18.22 @ GearBest
44% off.
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Are there any ceiling down lights that can work with the sensors and gateway to come on/off automatically?


It's a two vertical flat pin plug. I use a travel adapter. It's fairly low profile


Does this come with a UK socket adapter or do you have to buy one separately?


If you're adding Zwave devices to Smartthings, usually pair without problem, and it's local processing. If you're adding Zigbee devices, you might need a custom device handler, the community provides, this page lists the Xiaomi devices You add custom devices through this page using the login details setup for your ST (UK and euro zone) Xiamoi devices are cloud based processing. ST community pages are there to help.


Thanks for the info, do the Xiaomi sensors and samsung smartthings hub work together?

yale telecommunicating wireless alarm system £90 at homebase instore
LocalLocalFound 11th JulFound 11th Jul
yale telecommunicating wireless alarm system £90 at homebase instore
a great wireless alarm system that will phone you if activated
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There is still stock of the Yale stuff in stores, they have taken most off line so you have to check in store. was in one last week and they still had camera for the CCTV systems extra PIR and contacts I got a spare keypad. keep an eye on Bunnings stores they have loads of stock and that may get discounted at some point.


Just beware when fitting everything has tamper proof alarms including the touch panel XD XD XD


i just bought 1 today instore I never put online deal


Link just goes to Homebase homepage and product listings for all Yale alarms brings up nothing. no information in OP - this should be expired.


Must have been last one in the country. Non near me.

ERA miGuard A105 Wireless Apartment/Starter Burglar Intruder Alarm System £20 at Homebase
Found 6th JulFound 6th Jul
ERA miGuard A105 Wireless Apartment/Starter Burglar Intruder Alarm System £20 at Homebase
£20£4959%Homebase Deals
Was looking for a simple alarm for an outbuilding and found this. It comes with the main unit which plugs into a power socket (it also has an internal battery which charges once pl… Read more

Plug the alarm part inside your house for the shed or as stated out of reach or secured.


Maybe if you put one of them catches that stop drawers opening might deter someone a little longer when the alarm goes off or something that stops the door opening fully you'll know where you've attached it to release the door


Thats one of the reasons I've put the key fob on my shed keys. I'vealso mounted mine quite high so wouldn't be able to disconnect that easy


It’s ok but certainly wouldn’t pay the £50. I forgot about it one day, opened the garage and it went off, couldn’t be bothered going back to get the fob so just stuck the siren in the tool box where is basically couldn’t be heard anymore. Probably enough to scare off teens but any half decent thief would have it nulled within 10 seconds!


I bought it and would recommend it. I've put the alarm into immediate arm mode and put the door sensor on the door to the shed and key fobs on the shed keys. Shut/lock door then arm alarm, if door is opened alarm goes off straight away.

ERA miGuard Plug-In Starter Alarm Kit - £20 instore only @ Homebase
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
ERA miGuard Plug-In Starter Alarm Kit - £20 instore only @ Homebase
The A105 miGuard wireless alarm is designed for ease of use and simple control. The control panel / siren plugs into a standard mains socket and with the press of a button of the t… Read more

It's £20 what did you expect? Armed police support? A chopper overhead maybe?


Unplug it and it still goes off :)


Going to pick a couple of these up tomorrow for my sheds. seems to be a good price, would I be best to use the pir or door sensors.?


No reason why not, I've just bought 3 of these to break down and add to my G5 system.... cheap way of getting additional sensors, remotes etc.... Great deal, heat added. 8)


Nothing wrong with working in McDonald's. Anyone working there has my respect. Better that than be a benefit muncher.

Nest Protect for £99, Save £10 Usually £109 @ BT Shop
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Nest Protect for £99, Save £10 Usually £109 @ BT Shop
£99£1099%BT Shop Deals
A wonderful smart Home gadget which really does put the mind at ease for less than £100 Looks like they are doing a bit of a flash sale for it for the Easter weekend, both the bat… Read more
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Used to be available for £89.99 but £99 seems the norm now.


Cold, maplin sells it for £87.20, on eBay 20% sale this detector was sold for £83.20


Thanks I got some


you can say that again


£99 on Amazon as well and has been for a while. This isn't a deal.

Found 6th MarFound 6th Mar
Down from £400 - Save £105! Product Information Guarantee - 2 years Comes with - 1x smart hub, 1x siren, 1x dummy siren, 1x PIR motion detector, 1x PIR image camera, 1x door or … Read more
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Just confirmed that ES is the new stock... so by far the best price out there on the Risco gear. (y)


Google Smanos alarm, there are many options and models. I went with the X.500 - pricing varies a lot, often discounted through places like Maplin.


Don't bother jumping in the car. They'd be long gone by the time you got back.


TBH i've only been looking into it these past few weeks since the Screwfix deal on the Yale. I have a detached house, with a dog... so the Risco one ticks all the boxes for me as all their PIRs are pet friendly, and you have to pay extra with Yale for that, it has mult-zones and multi PIN access, and also it comes with the fob which again Yale charges extra. Im going to add another door sensor, 2 more PIRs, a siren box for the rear of the property and maybe the smoke alarm (on top of the FireAngels i already have just for notification)... with all that, combined with CCTV, im sure thats the best i can do without going silly money through professional install. Risco seemed to get good reviews on most of the sites i looked at, im sure i read somewhere that their PIRs are made by Bosch, but dont quote me on that. Good reviews here: Risco Owner Reviews The electricshowroom link i gave seems to be the cheapest out there, but i am going to ring them and see if it is the older style as TLC Direct definately stock the new one, plus new addons. It worked out around £80 more expensive for the bits i needed from TLC, but id sooner pay the extra if required knowing its the latest versions if ES only have old stock. I work 10 mins from my house, so the free notifications via app will benefit me as i can jump in the car and be home asap if needed, false or not... baseball bat in hand (y)


Thanks for the response. Can you recommend any for a detached house. Any links please for the one u recommend based of features etc

ERA miGuard Plug-In Wireless Starter Alarm Kit £20 clearance instore only - Homebase
LocalLocalFound 28th Dec 2017Found 28th Dec 2017
Great bit of kit for a smaller property security alarm. Wireless, use straight from the box. £20 plenty of stock currently. I bought one today and set it up within minutes. Feel mo… Read more

29 quid on ebay, still good value


I've got one and for £20 it's great, got one in summer house and my normal shed is around 6 m away, so might actually buy this for additional sensors to pair up.


This is fantastic for £20 got one recently, amazon is £54.99 and Maplin was £39.99 before xmas, I got one for xmas.


Just tried from at least 30m worked perfectly


on the maplin website it states it has a 80m operating range. Think i will get one from homebase and give it a go, seem worth it for £20

Found 30th Oct 2017Found 30th Oct 2017
Online Exclusive Offer - was £295, now £240. Discount applied at checkout.

Good to have as a deterrent or added layer but I'd stick with wired systems personally. The wireless ones can be easily blocked by carrying a relatively cheap device... Which kind of defeats the object of it. You can get a wired system (obviously minus installation) for this price like the texecom premier elite system. Alot better security wise. And can also have iot integration (one way only so no risk of people disarming it via access to your network/WiFi etc) Just something to bear in mind. Edit: not knocking the price or putting the deal down. But just wanted to make people aware of the potential downsides. Alot of people would of done their own research anyway but thought I'd put the message out just in case it helps the odd person. Price is good for this but would spend the money on other options myself. :-)


I got the cheaper kit for about £100 on eBay. Very happy with it. Simple, does the job, the app is decent and it has a few nice features. I wish they'd thought about further IoT integration features though (it would be easy for Yale to add) but with a bit of messing about I have it triggering IFTTT/Stringify actions that can then switch my lights on and off if out. There is some SmartThings code out there which I also rewrote in Python for checking status, arming and disarming from 3rd party apps.


£216 with the B&Q Diamond club. :-)


alternative cheaper system, with decent reviews:


Telecommunicating system uses is traditional (with a physical control panel), but can call you via your landline. This is a wifi connected app controlled system.

5% off everything @ Y-cam
Found 19th Oct 2017Found 19th Oct 2017
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After todays email there are a lot of unhappy Y-Cam owners.


true, but this code stacks on their bundled prices i'm using it on


5% is hardly worth getting exciting about......but thanks anyhow I buy Ycam stuff from Amazon......still better than 5%

Abus Privest FUAA30000 Radio-Controlled Alarm System Basic Package PolyGuard 37203 £104.98 @ Amazon
Found 29th Sep 2017Found 29th Sep 2017
Abus Privest FUAA30000 Radio-Controlled Alarm System Basic Package PolyGuard 37203 £104.98 @ Amazon
Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. Hopefully useful to someone. Not showing RRP but on Amazon Germany it's €399 Couple other German retailers - €382.95 https://m.reiche… Read more



Seems the rate in uk ...not sure why German prices so high ..thanks

Yale Smart Living Home Alarm Kit SR-320 - £195 Amazon
Found 22nd Sep 2017Found 22nd Sep 2017
This deal is also in B&Q, was *£295* - ends Monday:

CORRECT on both! As an easy to self-install security alarm it is great. The app is crap plus it is unclear if it is going to be supported after next year or if they will introduce charging or if anything like HP - just discontinue web server support and not inform anyone. Google / nest are rolling out security items, amazon may also do the same, this may be a better option as both companies are likely to continue support for a few years.


Installed it today. All went well and working as it should.


You need the server for when you use the app when your out and about. The box connects to yales server, I suspect continuously. It’s like these home cctv cameras. You don’t tend to connect directly to the camera but through the cameras suppliers server then to the camera.


Yes, there’s a backup battery.


Well, went for it! Thanks for the info everyone. Except those who talked about the server stopping - I don’t like the sound of that! Surely, he says with only a little bit of knowledge, if the box connects to my router, the app connect directly like my NAS and Hue lights, don’t they?! Why the server?

Yale EF-Series Telecommunicating Alarm Kit - Was £184 now £145 @ Amazon
Found 9th Aug 2017Found 9th Aug 2017
Yale EF-Series Telecommunicating Alarm Kit - Was £184 now £145 @ Amazon
Been waiting for this alarm to come down in price to the sub £150 mark and it's just hit the lowest ever on Amazon according to CamelCamelCamel. Gets good reviews across t… Read more

The PIR Was in the corner of a room and the window was on the wall the PIR was mounted to, however, I can only assume that the PIR reflected off the metal fridge through the window and caught the Amazon delivery driver! (Backed up with CCTV Footage for the time of activation).


Have you tried changing the sensitivity?


I upgraded the kitchen to pet friendly PIR and it didn't pick me up at 6 foot so swapped it out and the 2nd didn't pick me up either think I'm going to try walk on the ceiling next. I've got a bungalow so have the windows fitting with door/window detectors as well . I turned the sounder off in the house as it's that loud and if it goes off during the day with the dog by himself.


What sensor did Amazon trigger? A PIR pointing at a window?



iSmartalarm cloud camera - works as a standalone as well as with iSmart alarm system £69.99 Sold by the manufacturer and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 13th Jun 2017Found 13th Jun 2017
iSmartalarm cloud camera - works as a standalone as well as with iSmart alarm system £69.99 Sold by the manufacturer and Fulfilled by Amazon
Hi, I just bought 3 of these for our house to keep an eye on the dogs and will double up as security when we go away in a few weeks. There’s loads of these types of cameras out t… Read more
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Nice, got the alarm so I'll be getting one of these too :D


Not very encouraging reviews in respect of the app on playstore and no UK integration with Alexa. If this was waterproof I could see the attraction.


Look at the link to see its previous prices on Amazon, It has never been so low

Honeywell Wireless Home Alarm Kit With Intelligent Control £134.99 @ eSpares
Found 1st Jun 2017Found 1st Jun 2017
Honeywell Wireless Home Alarm Kit With Intelligent Control £134.99 @ eSpares
It's my first deal so please be gentle. I was looking for a wireless alarm from quite long time, after browsing for more than 2 months I found this deal.Everywhere is more expensiv… Read more
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how does the siren get its power? I've currently got a solar/battery siren and it needed taking down and manually recharging every 4-6 months. in the end I bought a power pack and connected to the mains!


Great price


I guess you fit these for a living. My experience with 2 yale alarm systems in 2 different houses, is only 1 false alarm in 10 years Works every time I test it. No reduction in house insurance but no monthly fee or annual service either


​costing how much?


Please don't waist your money on these outdated diy systems. They are using old technology and are not very reliable. Once you start getting faults and false alarms you will stop using it. Your insurance company will not accept it as an alarm system either. The fact it comes with sticky pads to put the devices up shows how long they expect it to last. Get a system professionally installed by an SSAIB or NSI approved installer. It will save you money long term with the discount you will get from your insurance company. You can also control a lot of the systems via a smartphone and receive notifications.

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