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Xiaomi Honeywell Zigbee Fire Alarm Sensor £18.60 at Gearbest
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Found 12th SepFound 12th Sep
Back on promotion again. 16p off . Another 21p off. Standalone fire sensor, or connect to Smartthings, Zigbee stick, Raspbee, Xiaomi hub, etc, and set-up a notification on your … Read more
kudos1uk

CR123A battery £1.99 in screwfix. Edit: Both of mine arrived today (separate orders via Netherlands post - free postage). Each marked 9 Euro and no customs to pay. Edit2: I have tested all the SmartThings device handlers and this is the best and only one to correctly report battery level correctly. (https://github.com/bspranger/Xiaomi/blob/master/devicetypes/bspranger/xiaomi-mijia-honeywell-fire-detector.src/xiaomi-mijia-honeywell-fire-detector.groovy)

Zero_Zuul

The DH I used is: bspranger : Xiaomi Mijia Honeywell Fire Detector I tested it with a burning match when I first installed it and it worked fine. It hasnt gone off since, but it's upstairs so doesnt really get exposed to any kitchen smoke. I have it as a cheap addition to a Nest Protect.

stephensalex

Ordered thanks OP

mcek

Poland, and a couple of hubs in Germany, are part of the China Belt and Road project to push goods around more cheaply. If you choose the rail shipping from Gearbest, you'll notice it goes through Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, to Poland. But Gearbest have also used warehousing in the UK, and Spain, probably some other places like Luxembourg or Liechtenstein.

supermann

Dispatched from the EU normally means they send it on a train into Poland and it gets 'dispatched' from there. Wonder why they choose Poland? Got to be something dodgy going on given GearBest's track record. Can't help but notice that Belarus is next door....

Honeywell Complete Evohome Starter Kit (Smart TRV'S) £286.34 @ Argos
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Found 27th AugFound 27th Aug
Not sure if these are any good however I really like the idea of replacing radiator valves in my home so I can decide which rooms to heat, still £419 at Currys/PC World juust £286.… Read more
ScotlandtheDave

Incidentally I've documented my thoughts on installing the Evohome in my setup - any contributions or sage advice would be much appreciated! Evohome Forum thread

FunkiestMonkey

Oos. Expire it

FunkiestMonkey

Hi all. How did you all fit the wireless thing in your boiler?

ndk82

Sorry for late reply. Youll need - Single zone themostat to monitor temperature in each zone - Underfloor heating controller - actuator valve for each zone, which go on the UFH pump That should be it. The evohome shop is good place to get the extra bits u need

bilbob

I finally succumbed... :)

Honeywell HT900E Turbo Fan £24.48 Delivered @ Stuff UK
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Found 24th AugFound 24th Aug
A great fan, with a very variable price. Seems like it is nearer the bottom end of the price range it has. Bought as it is meant to be good for turbo training with little noise, s… Read more
davetherave00

Too loud and doesn't oscillate

DanoVan

This is great you can hang it on the wall and one fan you don’t need to put away it’s sort of part of my wall now

andoake1

Oos :/

djbarbee

Got these fans. Fantastic at keeping u cool.. but as others say not that quiet.

terriclarkfan

Not quiet, but use cross ventilation method and it'll be fantastic. I have a 20" fan similar to this and it's been great over the recent hot weather.

Honeywell Black Quiet Set Tower Fan with Remote Control £54 @ Amazon.de with Prime Day
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Shipping from DEShipping from GermanyFound 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Have wanted one of these for a while as the reviews are very good, but they are quite expensive and difficult to get hold of. Argos have limited stock for £84.99 but i noticed tod… Read more
FatherTed

Not really. Look on Argos, there are plenty saying the same thing. I have one and it's noisy.

axgod2

Unfortunately Prime Day is over in Germany (time zone) so it's reverted to it's original price.

axgod2

That's contradictory to most of the reviews

FatherTed

This is quite noisy, even on it's lowest setting.

katya1971

Can you only see the prime price if you sign up?

Xiaomi Honeywell Zigbee Smoke detector £22.02 at Banggood
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Found 11th MayFound 11th May
Xiaomi Honeywell Zigbee smoke detector, almost 4 days left on promo price. Less than 2 quid more than the last time it was posted : https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/xiaomi-mijia-h… Read more
mcek

There isn't a newer model, only a separate gas detector. I often see promo prices from BG and GB around £25, it has been lower as mentioned. Just timing, if you need one now or can wait.

davening

Its at £22.55 atm on BG. Is it still a good deal or is tgere a better model now?

redduck

can someone post a link to a device handler they have used with this for smartthings please? Google brings up a few different ones and lots of chattery noise but I don't want to buy this without knowing one of my fellow HUKDers has this working with smartthings! Thanks.

plunet

Disagree. Had some Honeywell commercial fire systems installed in a redeveloped property at work. After several months Honeywell agreed their product was not working as designed, installation not at fault, and ended up paying us to replace it all with a competitor product as they couldn't warrent it was going to work with their products.

moley

I agree but things they ship are tested to heaven (I work for them)

Honeywell DC917NG 9 Series Wireless 200 Meter MP3 Doorbell with Halo Light - Grey at Amazon for £31.94
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Found 1st MarFound 1st Mar
Lowest ever price Highlights 5 year battery life 100 meter audible range 200m wireless range Upload custom MP3 Sleep mode Secret knock function for customised melody for f… Read more
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calvin22580

You can buy it, forget about it and one day you’ll get a pleasant surprise at the door. Will feel more like a gift (y)

Shuggy81uk

1 - 2 months ETA on delivery though (annoyed) I was about to purchase it as well.... Time to look for something else that I don't need I guess.

calvin22580

That's from a 3rd party seller. Still valid from Amazon

b1mb0

£44.50 now. Expired

adam_1001

This is totally pointless, I dont need it. Bought.

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Honeywell Hot Mist Humidifier - £32.99 @ Argos Diffuser oil compatible
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Found 22nd JanFound 22nd Jan
Looking for a decent hot mist humidifier as after a year in my new place have realised I have suffered alot of throat & chest problems due to the dry air. Might be useful for… Read more
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573310

I think this is based on the common understanding that warm humid conditions are ideal for bacteria and virus’ to multiply in. Reading around this I found that whilst this is true, apparently drier conditions are more suited for the transfer of the flu. So a more humid environment is actually better for you. Interesting stuff. The real reason germs spread Sadly I can’t find it on the Argos website any longer and the link doesn’t work.

col11

Wow! Thanks

sukhrajchhokar

Quick review as I picked mine up. I have had issues with waking up with dry throat and eyes for a while now. Bought this yesterday. Filled with water and kept on while sleeping. Easy to use and comes pre built. You do have a noise which is like a kettle that's just starting to get water hot but not more.. It is very sturdy but due to hot steam output would not trust a child or pet to be around it. It's not the best looking design and that comes from the Mrs.. She said it looks like a huge jug..

sukhrajchhokar

I dont see the logic

sukhrajchhokar

Types of HumidifiersHumidifiers are broken down into two categories: Warm Mist and Cool Mist. While both warm and cool moisture humidifiers are designed to purify air and increase humidity levels, they operate very differently. You should be able to decide which humidifier is fit for you by applying your list of factors. Let's take a look at some of the advantages and disadvantages of warm mist and cool mist humidifiers. Warm mistWarm mist humidifiers are designed to create a warm moisture from heated water. Because this type of humidifier functions with warm water instead of cold, it can fight off any bacteria or mold that may start to grow or develop in parts of the humidifier. This is one of the reasons why the warm mist humidifier is considered one of the healthiest humidifiers on the market.Warm mist humidifiers can collect any minerals that are leftover from the heated water.Warm humidifiers can also operate without having to replace the filters.Common types of warm mist humidifiers are steam humidifiers and vaporizers.Vaporizers can tend to be healthy because they can produce steam with less minerals than other humidifiers. This type of humidifier is perfect to use during the winter.Cool mistCool mist humidifiers are structured to disperse a cool spray/mist into the air. This mist is usually released at room temperature and can increase the humidity level in your home. There are two types of cool mist humidifiers: Evaporative and Ultrasonic. Both humidifiers produce the same results but work very differently than the other.For example an evaporative humidifier increases humidity with its fan and wick filter. The water that sits in its reservoir (bowl-like container) flows to the wick filter, which is then blown by the fan and transforms into a cool mist.On the other hand an ultrasonic humidifier uses vibrated technology to break down water into small droplets which then formulates into cool mist particles.The ultrasonic humidifier is a lot quieter than an evaporative humidifier.Minerals that are collected and released in ultrasonic humidifiers can turn into "white dust", which can ultimately float onto your furniture.White dust is not a hazard to your health and can be prevented by using distilled water.Ultrasonic humidifiers are also available with warm mist features.Cool mist humidifiers are the perfect option for humidifying large areas in your home or building.Cool mist humidifiers are the perfect option for humidifying large areas in your home or building. Pros and cons of eachCool Mist HumidifierPros: Cool mist humidifiers do not require as much electricity as warm mist humidifiersOk to use in homes with children, not as hazardous as warm mist humidifiers.Cool mist humidifiers tend to be less expensive than warm mist humidifiers because they do not require any heating elements.Can be purchased in portable sizesCons: While cool mist humidifiers are more subject to growing mold and bacteria, both can develop fungi and should be cleaned regularly.When using cool mist humidifiers that require a fan such as evaporative humidifiers, you have to replace its filter regularly.Both warm and cool mist humidifiers require frequent cleaning maintenance.Warm Mist HumidifierPros: This type of humidifier is typically quieter than cool mist humidifiers because it doesn't come built with a fan.Can slightly warm up a room if it is cold.Can be purchased in portable sizesCons: Warm mist humidifiers tend to use more electricity because of its heat.Not recommended for use in homes with children. This is mainly because the water in the humidifier can get to a boiling hot temperature and could be a serious hazard for children.Both warm and cool mist humidifiers require frequent cleaning maintenance.

Honeywell Evohome WiFi Thermostat and 8 TRVs £496.84 @ The Evohomeshop
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The Evo Home Shop are doing a special offer at the moment. Basically you get the Honeywell Evohome Thermostat started pack and 2 boxes of 4 HR92 TRVs. The second box is included fr… Read more
Oneday77

Ok. Well if I stumble upon anything I’ll let you know.

deeky

No, hobgob is retired, it's all down to me to bring the pennies in while she sits on her arse running her Facebook page :D So she is largely regular and we could schedule around her. My shifts are the problem. I start and finish at different times every single day, I have different days off every week, the only regularity is my rest day pattern repeats itself every 6 weeks. That's about as regular as it gets. Honestly though mate, whilst I appreciate you wanting to find a solution, I'm not sure there is one, and the way I have it set up at the moment, on and off, as and when, seems to be workable. If I find that there are some regular times when I think schedules might be workable, then I will apply them. I don't really want to go down the IFTTT route if I can help it. Although she does ok with the Hue lights and the Echos and Dots around the house, I don't want to push it :D

Oneday77

Lol on the phone. Do you both work shifts? Are your shifts scheduled anywhere or on call type thing? You have me intrigued now to dig into making it all more clever. Never really bothered for us but will look into it. I wonder if an IFTTT rule can trigger off an Alarm set time? I get where you are coming from but would like to come up with a solution (angel)

deeky

This is what I meant when I said that shift work makes scheduling difficult. I know your example is just that, an example, but say we were to go along with that example - a lot of the time I would be out of the house at 7am and she would be in bed until say, 9 or 10am. Other days I might be up for work at 2 or 3am. Then after 11pm, sometimes there will be nobody here at that time. Other times there will be. It's not me who's making it difficult, it's the shift work. And it's not the same times on different days, it's various times. Every day is different. So I think it makes sense to just turn various zones up and down as required, otherwise I would be having to sit down and amend the schedules for every single day, which would be a pain that I can do without. The main problem I had though, the conservatory rads turning on and off with the living room, when they are needed to be on more often, has been taken care of. Oh, and you think she doesn't have a smartphone because I'm tight? :D She's had smartphones and doesn't like them. It makes the end of her finger sore with her constant jabbing of the screen :D It does suit me though tbh, the Nokia 100 was only about a tenner (highfive)

Oneday77

Sounds like you're making it hard on yourself. You can at least schedule bedtime. The times you set are all on points. The next time adjusts to that scheduled time. So say: - 07:00 21degrees 23:00 16degrees The heating will learn when to start to get to 21degrees by 07:00. Then at 23:00, it will have already turned off the heating to allow it to naturally reduce to 16degrees, based on how long it thinks it takes to loose the heat. I've found the UI of the app is better for creating and adjusting schedules. Oh yeah don't be so tight. Get her some form of Smart phone, Nokia 5\6 at least.

Honeywell 150m Door Bell - £17.11 (Prime) £21.10 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Found 28th Dec 2017Found 28th Dec 2017
White Wireless plug in doorbell with Halo light, USB charging and push button - 150m range and choice of 6 melodies. Also a "secret knock" feature that plays a different melody!
jaddy

https://www.electrical-showroom.co.uk/media/productfile/file/h/o/honeywell_doorbell_function_comparison_chart.pdf Amazon discription is wrong, this hasnt got halo ring, its got 2 strobes on top and it hasnt got usb , thats the 315

jaddy

Water displacement , and it was his 40 attempt hence WD40 it displaces water, id stick it in a bowl of rice, uncooked obviously.

3722

Can you elaborate on how does WD40 help with dampness? Is it that it makes a film on the surface of the object and prevents it from getting water/moisture on it? WD40 is a liquid itself so I thought it wouldn't be a good idea to use it.

morrig

Dampness can usually be corrected with a squirt of WD 40. Haven't used the cooker for ages, use the microwave or air fryer. So decided to cook Christmas dinner in it and sods law decreed that the touch controls would turn on but could not adjust temp or settings for heat. Pulled out and 20 "screws" undone later a squirt of WD40 and all was well, Moving house in a few weeks wouldn't want to leave them with it not working, story over.

invite.base

Thanks!! Got It!!

Honeywell HS351S Wireless Family Home Alarm with Intelligent Control was £230 now £149.99 @ MAPLIN
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Found 25th Dec 2017Found 25th Dec 2017
Decent reduction for Maplin as its over £200 every where else. sold out online but can be reserved at many local shops
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DamienGiles

I haven't seen any mainstream. You'll be able to pick some off on AliExpress but can't speak for their reliability as most are made from IoT type boards. You you can get the in home smart security systems but they are pricey and I haven't seen one with an external bell box, only an ear piercing internal siren to give your pets a heart attack ;)

deleted230056

Sorry mate dont know of any.

jamiethind

What's the best wired alarm system, with smart iPhone app technology when and if the alarm is triggered?

jaddy

Cheers ordered.

wassap

I went with a texecom ricochet alarm, something the pro fitters reccomend, it’s wireless too, and wasn’t that much more than this in reality.

Xiaomi/Honeywell smart fire alarm: £18.06 using the GearBest app
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Found 8th Dec 2017Found 8th Dec 2017
I missed the last deal for this but I left the tab open in case the price dropped again It hasn't BUT they're giving a hefty £5.18 discount if you buy it through the app, which m… Read more
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MINCER

Now show me Gearbest's recall list, or are all their products perfect?

MINCER

Checked and no.

surnjit

Yes they do check the site out fullly I bought my iPhone X there

yulu91

Why do you think Gearbest wouldn't check where their stocks are from? Why do you think Gearbest would want to destroy their business by selling products that will burn your house down? Do you really think Tesco or Argos are brilliantly doing their job making sure everything's safe? No! They are doing as much as Gearbest does! Let me show you a list that Argos puts to recall their products: https://www.argos.co.uk/m/static/StaticDisplay/includeName/productRecalls.htm. Now you really still think UK companies actually know what products they are selling? Good luck with your conspiracy theories and watch out when you passing under a scaffolding, because they may collapse, or don't go out in a storm day, because lightning might hit you (just like the products from Gearbest might burn your house). :)

MINCER

A lot were made in China, but I bought them from UK companies, that I can sue if they burn my house down. Good luck taking a domestic Chinese company to court.

Honeywell heating system £175.15 @ amazon
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Found 26th Nov 2017Found 26th Nov 2017
I get the feeling this may get cold with the recent Hive and Nest deals. However, this deal would interest some people. I think its a Black Friday deal on amazon The Honeywell Ev… Read more
WBRacing

Now down to £169.99, out of stock but is sure to be back in soon.

bellboys

Agreed. And looking at old Geoffrey's profile he seemingly joined just to post that one comment - not a peep out of the fella since. A most odd way to spend your time online but hey ho.

WBRacing

I personally am sceptical. I spoke to someone who until recently worked at Honeywell and he said that there is virtually no development being done and that Honeywell have a "we're the best, no effort required" kind of attitude to it all. Of course they may be being a tad bitter, but at least they have got proven source of info. Also v3 of the hardware was only released October '16, v2 was in Oct'14, I can't see them suddenly ramping up the release cycle. A throw away posting on a forum lacks any credibility.

Siddy

Anybody connected a oil heater in the system? My man shed has a oil heater which works off a tp-link smart socket but if there's an option let me know, I could use the hot water option but that's not right way to do it.

Siddy

I spoke to H/w tech support last week quizzing them but newer models etc and he said there's nothing planned to replace this system and that any upgrades will go on the evohome.

Drayton Wiser Multizone Kit, Alexa Compatible £154.49 @ Amazon (Lightning deal)
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Found 21st Nov 2017Found 21st Nov 2017
Looking for some advise/opinion on this smart home thermostat set. Looks a good price for an entry into all this smart heating. You can multi zone your house with the smart thermo… Read more
VDisillusioned

Because Nest have spent a shedload on marketing, I would guess.

texaspetey

I can’t decide if this will be worth it for a three bed semi? You’d heat the bottom floor and the heat rises to the top floor?

Ollie222

I think it's because people don't understand the difference between a single zone and multizone.

texaspetey

Can’t understand why this has got so many cold votes, yet this best one is burning up https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/nest-thermostat-3rd-generation-15499-amazon-2834641

Ollie222

Anyone know the answer to this or if it's due to come back on offer as it looks a great bit of kit and a very good offer?

Xiaomi mijia Honeywell Smart Fire Alarm Detector - £18.33 @ GearBest
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Found 7th Nov 2017Found 7th Nov 2017
Smoke detector, integrates with the Xiaomi smart gateway. Without a gateway it is just a standard smoke alarm with no smart functions. Can be programmed to message … Read more
HereKittyKitty

I just posted a new deal if you're still looking for one. £18.06 when you buy through the app

EndemicAlarm

That doesn't mean smartness has no purpose. This is ideal for separate or detached buildings, even an attached garage, because it can trigger an alert in the main building or directly where you are. Usual linked systems are far more expensive.

robodan918

deal price expired gutted I missed

strelitzia

Now £23.18

whocarez_pt

"powered by CR123A cell battery ..but not included in the package" on my order from banggood the battery was included on xiaomi package.

Honeywell HS922GPRS Wireless Home Alarm GPRS Kit - White £219.99 @Amazon
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Found 4th Nov 2017Found 4th Nov 2017
Not going to be for everyone but this is the one I've chosen to replace my alarm with from reading reviews and speaking to installers. Cheapest its been according to camelcamelcam… Read more
deleted1545998

Plus you can't cut wireless like you can cut wires. It is in theory possible to snip wires to the bell box and fool the control unit into thinking it's still attached ... Burgular alarms are all about visual deterrent anyway. Fake bellbox is just as effective... I read some statistics somewhere that you are just as likely to get passed over by Mr burglar if you have a fake bellbox as if you have a real system. The other thing it depends on is your neighbours... if you live in London like I do then nobody is going to give a damn when your alarm goes off... but if you live in the country like my mum then when alarms go off the neighbours all come out to see if you need help or what's going on.

Adult

A lot of people have reported that honey-thefts are a big problem. It's good to see that you've put a lot of effort into protecting your bees.

fishleg003

I got hive in my house and placed door sensors on the doors, it let's me know via phone if the doors are opened if I'm not home that's enough for me. If you're going wireless might as well go the smart home route.

anathni

I have this exact model and disagree with the above comments. Yes it's not for everyone but for ease of installation and for wanting a reliable alarm system this has been great. I've had mine for about 1yr now with no batteries replaced yet. The main siren batteries last upto 5yrs so no latter climbing for a while! Also a wireless alarm is easy to extend..for example to add an additional sensor to the garage or shed would only take 10mins.

jasee

I would never buy any wireless alarm, ok it's a pain to fit wiring around your house to every window and external doors and to sensors in the rooms, but there are many ways that they can be hidden in mini trunking etc. If you have just a simple knowledge of GCSE physics they are simple to understand. They only need two batteries which you won't have to replace for years and years. I can't imagine any real installer recommending any wireless system. It's the ultimate in reliability and should be cheaper.

Honeywell DC515N 150 m 5 Series Halo Doorbell - White @ Amazon - £19.84 Prime / £23.83 non-Prime
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Up to 150m wireless range Digitally enhanced sound, maximum volume of 84Db Choice of 6 melodies Easy installation, no wiring required, fixings Included Battery Included for pus… Read more
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wazzygib

Just bought the MP3 version - series 9. Now have that classic from Emu as my doorbell. "There's somebody at the door, oh! There's somebody at the door..." Only the older folk on here will understand.

Zameen

Extra receiver would be handy

sam1970

Thanks op

iceangel8

Yes got the right price now - thanks. I must have brought about 6 doorbells as they all break

mongo116

Still showing £19.84 for me. Although it won't be delivered for 1 - 2 months.

Honeywell HO-5500RE Oscillating Tower Fan £23.96 @ Costco (Glasgow)
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This is around £60 on Amazon so a decent price. I nearly bought it the other week when reduced to around the £35 mark but hoped it would be reduced further.
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chaos86

None left at Southampton store

MiniMissyMoo

I just had to google turbo trainer, I need to get myself one of those, mind you I would need a bike first :D

johnscotland98

Bought the last one from Costco Glasgow today. Hope it's decent and strong enough for use with a turbo trainer

MiniMissyMoo

For my needs it suits me fine (I'm in Scotland after all) and in my opinion the Honeywell is a lot better than the Argos one I have had previously and the Tesco one I currently have. It's certainly a good deal at that price. The best fan I have ever come across is a Dyson but not many people have that kind of money for something that won't be required a lot throughout the year.

Sharpharp

Honeywells and other fans like this are cheap, but are generally noisy, vibrate and air flow is erratic. Trust me when I say I've tried them all. There is only one pedestal Fan that ticks every box you want in a Pedestal fan.... and not it's not a Honeywell

Honeywell HO-1100RE £59.99 @ Amazon - In stock on June 26
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Found 21st Jun 2017Found 21st Jun 2017
With the Heat wave, we all need a fan been OOS for the past 2 weeks.
shinyfemale

£99.95 now

Speculator

Amazon were selling the Honeywell HT-216E table fan last year for £7 on DOTD. Doubt they will repeat the deal this year.

Adult

Mind if I sit in? This looks as though it might turn interesting

wakkaday

Is this a good fan

benjai

So?

Honeywell Wireless Home Alarm Kit With Intelligent Control £134.99 @ eSpares
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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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David815

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!

sully01

Great price

snoopy18

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

balluji

​costing how much?

littlejohn100

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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