Carbon Monoxide Detector Deals

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Meross Carbon Monoxide Detector/Alarm, LCD Digital Display CO Alarm £16.14 @ Amazon
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SAVE 27% .......... QUICK INSTALLATION】Carbon Monoxide alarm can be wall mounted or free standing - ideal for taking on holiday or when travelling. When the harmful gas precise electrochemi…
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hcc27

You mean CO sensor. CO2 is carbon dioxide, a component of the air we breathe.

cityslicker

I have these kiddes. Great that they ade combined co2 and smoke detectors. The version i had was 10 year. I never changed the battery. I did chuck it after 10 as the co2 sensor is meant to deteriorate by then. I bought a new one and it screws directly into the same plate. So no drill needed.

JamesCaulfield

Bs kitemark otherwise don't waste your money.

Dragon32

Not sure how this compares, but went for a Kiddie combined smoke and carbon monoxide detector off Amazon for a couple of pounds more (up to £20.25 at the moment, but I paid £17.60 two days ago so guess it will go down to that price again). Kidde 10SCO Combination Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Voice Notification https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00M1Q70K4/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_i_JC4ZD8ZR5DDPDZS1T0NK?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 Still hot from me though for people only wanting a carbon monoxide alarm.

Fireangel CO-9D Digital Sealed for Life Carbon Monoxide Alarm, White £16.49 @ Amazon
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CO-9D Digital Display Carbon Monoxide Detector Our CO-9D digital, 7 year life carbon monoxide alarm provides an early warning of the presence of CO in your home. The digital LCD display sho…
purplebottle

lifesaver. buy it, offer or not!

jaizan

The other question is will Fire Angel still be around in 7 years to honour the warranty ? They took a huge financial hit over higher than expected battery warranty a few years ago. After adjustment for rights issues to keep the company afloat, the share price has fallen from 350 to 13p.

R_ee_t

Same (y)

cliosport65

I had this battery went after 3 years then I remembered it had a 7 year warranty, so I phoned up fire angel they were extremely helpful and replaced the unit FOC, just make sure you keep the original receipt (y) (y) (y) No problem mine been replaced (y)

arCuThEDOWDr

Never had one fail within 7 years, these are great alarms

Nest Protect Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Battery/Wired - £66 with code stack (Free Click & Collect) @ Toolstation
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Nest Protect Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Battery/Wired - £66 with code stack (Free Click & Collect) @ Toolstation£66£8421% offToolstation Deals
Thanks to @Venbo , @amaru12 and @adam_malkin for the codes. Using the code stack, you can get Nest Protect Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Battery or Wired for £66. That is lowest …
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stethorn

Just login in with your nest account , the process is manual then you have to navigate through the menus for. Agree its a good deal, I probably won't keep 10 years , so would sooner pay for less years .

josh971

I would like to keep it as the first thing you said, so what should I look for when I launch the app so I don't fall into the same trap. I have a smartthings based smart home and IFTTT pro Btw I picked up my 2 nest protects today, one with a duff date on one with an OK date on, the way I see it is it's still good value nevertheless. Everyone needs smart smoke alarms, I won't hear anyone tell me any different.

stethorn

When it was the old nest accounts you could have it talk to things like hue via ifttt, so I smoke alarm went off you could turn lights on, etc. When I set it up i used an old nest account and chose to migrate to Google, not knowing what I qas going. Now I can't link to ifttt

josh971

what do you mean please?

dusan

36th week 2021 - just collected 3from Sheffield. I had to ask 1to replace as it was 44th 2020

Nest Protect Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Wired / battery (Gen 2) £74 with code @ Toolstation
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Nest Protect Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Wired / battery (Gen 2) £74 with code @ Toolstation£74£88.9817% off Free P&P FreeToolstation Deals
Nest Protect Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Wired for £74 with code TRAVIS50 . Also the battery version available for the same price but limited stock on that. Delivery available on the …
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TM1233

I didnt get charged as it never got as far as that page. Mine was due to me being connected to my work network. Once I disconnected it worked fine. Shame I couldnt use the extra £5 off voucher as it wasnt linked to my online account!

Peg.Man

good deal and good product. (not for Scotland) Night light is great. The regular "I'm still working" app and audible notifications are reassuring. It's 'Smart' integrated for anyone with Alexa / Google is just convenient. Happy i will not be woken up at 5am when the batter starts running out, we all know the irregular BEEP when that happens.

Nightstalker84

If you're getting a website error at checkout use the Android/iPhone app rather than the desktop website. Worked fine for me this way.

sgvouchers

I did this 3 times and the same message each time. Checked my card and they have charged 3 times but no order went through......pain in the arse if the charge doesn't drop off.

CS76

Ordered thanks OP

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FireAngel Combination Pack - Battery Smoke Alarm and Carbon Monoxide Alarm Battery Powered £16.99 @ ToolStation
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FireAngel Combination Pack - Battery Smoke Alarm and Carbon Monoxide Alarm Battery Powered £16.99 @ ToolStation£16.99Toolstation Deals
Combination set of one smoke and one carbon monoxide alarm for all-round protection. • 5 year smoke alarm: Thermoptek® multi-sensor technology - a rapid response to all fires. Reduced nuisa…
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empiboy

Just ordered it's not expired

deleted2686495

To be fair - the law was drawn up before covid and the supply chain issues created because of that. It was delayed a year, and possibly could or should have been delayed further because of that. As far as being wasteful, the sensor part of the units only have a shelf life of about ten years, so would need replaced if they use sealed batteries, replaceable ones or mains, so that doesn't make a huge difference.

Kevlar.Engineer

Get a Kiddie 10SC0 combination smoke and co alarm with 10 year battery around the same price... https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Carbon-Monoxide-CO-and-Smoke-Combination-Detector-Alarm-Kidde-10SCO-/303665013758?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286&mkrid=710-127635-2958-0

dxx

Completely idiotic. Implemented during a time of global supply shortages with the threat of invalidating home insurance for those who can't magic compliant new alarms & sensors out of thin air, wasteful as they prohibit changeable batteries, and entirely unhelpful in preventing their stated aim of avoiding another Grenfell, because while they are required to be interlinked, they're required to be interlinked only within a private home, and not within a building. So, if your ground floor neighbour's fridge catches fire in the night, the first you'll learn about it is as the smoke rises sufficiently through your building that it triggers your hallway alarm. The smoke, or the flames. Helpful, no?

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The CO detector doesn't have to be linked to the other alarms - but any battery powered units need to be long life, and battery sealed. So no AA batteries.

B&M Energizer Carbon Monoxide Alarm £1 @ B&M Liverpool Speke
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In store only and store specific but if you can find one then it's a bargain. Reduced from £10 to £5 and now down to £1 so might not be too many left. Info added by SebK : Energizer Ca…
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JMart

If you have a carbon monoxide detectors please test them following instructions or industry standard intervals

oinkylicious

Thanks for posting. I could do with a new one as the constant beeping of my current one is giving me a headache.

sussexroyal

I'd ask him/her.

deleted2686495

To be fair, I missed the battery requirement when I bought mine recently. So I had to get another one. The new law came in this week, after being delayed by a year, but there are many people who still don't have the new smoke/heat and CO alarms in place.

HellriderUKDeals69

What one would you recommend that uses batteries (not mains powered)? My boiler engineer suggested I get one.