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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?

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!

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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)


And are they?

ERA miGuard Plug-In Starter Alarm Kit - £20 instore only @ Homebase
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
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
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

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.

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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

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


No, test it now. Your neighbours won't mind ;)

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.


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
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
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
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
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.

Response Electronics Smaller Home SA1E Wireless Alarm System £25 was £99.99 - Halfords
Found 1st Jun 2017Found 1st Jun 2017
Response Electronics Smaller Home SA1E Wireless Alarm System The Response Electronics Smaller Home Wireless Alarm System is controlled using a remote key fob so you do not need to… Read more

no problem. I have been learning Spanish and, although I would like to think I am fluent, I know that to a native I am just another stupid foreigner :) More than once I have looked a Spaniard in the face and thought, I may as well have not said anything, he really doesn't even want to try and understand what I am saying. Online is the same as real life, there are always some morons out there who vote BNP and like to fly their flag whilst punching a foreigner in the face at a football match, but don't worry not everyone is the same, atleast we are trying to talk to other people! :)


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Not available , everywhere I search . Why dont they build websites that just list everywhere it is available?


Fantastic - now learn about 'paragraphs'.


What a perfect response! You are most probably right - a brave 'keyboard warrior' on here, a nobody out there in the real world. Putting other people down to make yourself feel better, just shows off your own inadequacies.

Yale HSA home alarm kit, Android/Apple app, email, sms alerts @ screwfix - £179.99
Found 12th May 2017Found 12th May 2017
Been on the look out for a home alarm system to replace current one for some time. Wanted something wireless and easy to fit, must have external siren, with phone / email notifica… Read more
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People comparing this to things like the Response and Visonic alarms are missing the point. Those are both good conventional alarms but this is a Smartphone app-enabled alarm system with remote functionality for under £180! If all you want is to press buttons on a panel when you enter/exit the house then great. But this allows way more control from any location with an Internet connection. I have the Yale EF Telecommunicating alarm and it's a superb system (connects to regular landline so no worries about 2G/GSM). I'd much prefer a 'smart' alarm like this, though, but the lack of an internal sounder was a dealbreaker. If you can live with that, it's a great deal.


Cooking nicely, good price that!


@jaydeeuk1 inspired me to find a new DiY alarm for my house - I've posted my potential purchase below for a HUKD roasting...X)


Looks alright, internal alarm is good. Won't work if the UK shuts down the 2g network in 2020 (already happening in US) Vodafone were planning on shutting down 2g network later this year, september/october time. So that ruled out any of the 2g based sim card systems for me, no point if they have less than 3 years life in them


What about YALE WIRELESS PREMIUM GSM BURGLAR ALARM KIT from screwfix ? Model B-HSA6500 @£199 It uses a gsm sim and q&a indicates it has an internal alarm

Y-Cam Protect Alarm System - With 1 year plus membership - £129.31
Found 11th Apr 2017Found 11th Apr 2017
This is a pretty good alarm system. Read a lot of the reviews. Normally the alarm alone is £149.99 and the Annual Plus Membership is £59.99 (Total £209.98). But there is an Easte… Read more
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I could not get the coupon code to work "PHONE25". Also, if you use a code it will invalidate topcashback, however topcashback do mention a 5% of everything code that would work together. Looks a good system :)

Yale 6200 Series Wireless Alarm Kit £79.96 @ Homebase
Found 16th Mar 2017Found 16th Mar 2017
yeah its been cheaper at an aldi 200 miles away, but this is far cheaper than screwfix £99, amazon £120+ and my local 8 stores have good stock availability. The Yale HSA6200 Wire… Read more
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Did she really?


​that's like saying my aunt fannie gave it me for nothing


You paid over the odds, got mine from a car boot for a tenner


Yes that's the one . The control box is 6" square but mine is behind a sofa, and a difference is it will ring you


Are you referring to this? So the controls small enough to hide away? What's the difference between the versions 6200 n 6400???

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