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Google Nest Protect Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Battery), 3 Pack - £261.26 @ Amazon
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Posted 11th AugPosted 11th Aug
Equip three rooms in your home with advanced smoke and carbon monoxide detection that you can manage from one app. All your Nest protect CO & smoke alarms speak up in case of … Read more
eslick

Have to agree first thoughts were this seems expensive.

Slurrpy

Ah... if you see that deal, hit me up! :-)

ChrisUK

They both drop to around that price mate, been keeping tabs on them for a few months, but all the ones I've bought to date have been 9-18 months into the expiry date, so been returned.

Slurrpy

That is the wired variant, right? The wired version retails for £89 and drop to about £75, the battery version retails for £109 and drops to about £95.

ChrisUK

Regularly drop to around £75 each. If you buy them, check the expiry date as they only have a 10 year shelf life and can be upto 2 years into that at present.....

Fireangel ST-622Q Thermoptek Smoke Alarm £10.69 @ Screwfix (Free C&C)
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Posted 29th JulPosted 29th Jul
Reacts quickly to all types of fire, is less prone to nuisance alarms from cooking fumes and has a 10 year battery life. Universal backing plate guarantees quick and easy fitting. … Read more
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HostessOnAShoeString

I would not touch any Fire Angel product with a 10-year fixed battery with a bargepole. We installed the more expensive option recommended above (WST-630 (smoke); WHT-630 (Heat); W2-CO-10X (CO)). All 7 alarms have failed within 2 years. 2 were replaced after much discussion with Fire Angel (- I was surprised how obstructive they were), and then all of the others failed. I am currently engaged in discussions with John Lewis about returning them all for a full refund as they are obviously defective (battery life) and dangerous (advertised as a safety device with a long battery life that simply isn't true). John Lewis are also not being particularly helpful and currently treating it as a technical issue! These discussions have been ongoing for a month. For peace of mind, we have in the past few weeks hard-wired a system.

Roobot

I've had to get two of these replaced at two different houses, mine and my mum's. They replaced them without hassle but I don't feel I can recommend their alarms. We're in a bungalow so are now in the process of getting mains connected alarms fitted which is probably the safest and best option if you can do it.

Infiltrator

I've read enough to avoid this brand completely, thanks for posting (y)

stave84

Always think about whether they will wake you if the fire or carbon monoxide is in another part of the house. If you are willing to spend the money (but cant fit mains hardwired alarms) FireAngel make a wireless smoke detector (or heat or CO) which will interlink with the others in the house, so if one sounds, they all sound. Works the way a mains system does but without ripping up walls/floors. They aren't cheap, but it avoids you sleeping through a fire alarm in a different part of the house. If interested: WST-630 (smoke) WHT-630 (Heat) W2-CO-10X (CO)

jamie15

Good if you will struggle to install yourself or need advice on where to place alarms, but if you are capable then pay the £10 and save the fire service time and money.

Kidde 3 Year Smoke Alarm Twin Pack - £12.00 with free C&C @ Argos. Manufacturer's 3 year guarantee.
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Posted 24th JunPosted 24th Jun
Currently half price. Similar 2 pack available from Amazon for £14.40, so have added that as 'next best price'. Batteries supplied. Twin pack for coverage upstairs and downstairs.… Read more
greg666

They have a 10 years life span, there is really no need to hardwire.

melmelee

It's a good price, however, please remember that most fire brigades will provide free supply and installation when advising the occupants on what to do in the event of a fire etc. When I have smoke alarms installed in my renovation properties, I always have them hard wired to the mains. This is of course more expensive, however, avoids the requirement for battery changes etc.

miykk

Can these be linked together, wired?

Nest Protect Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Wired S3003LWGB- £75 with code @ Toolstation
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Posted 21st JunPosted 21st Jun
Apply code London50 for discount (y) • Detects smoke and carbon monoxide • Voice alarms with custom location • Nest Protect sends phone alerts for smoke and carbon monoxide dete… Read more
gary333

They are the same apart from the Nest logo is missing. My May 19 one was a Nest. I was interested to know when they switched to Google as people mention having Aug 19 that are Google.

mrsahdra

Didn't know there was a difference. Which is newer?

ChrisUK

I took 4 back today and it took them 20 mins to sort out the refund, constantly nipping to the back of the shop and back out again...... Anyone know who has upto date stock in ?

gary333

I took mine back today and what a hassle. They said the life time was from opening which I corrected them on. After this they wanted to phone around presumably there area manager or similar. Must have taken about 10-15 minutes of messing around for them to take them back. I advised them that with something as expensive as this you don't expect to have 1/10th of it's working life gone.

ChrisUK

You've lost 10% of the shelf life immediately. They are this price all of the time from other retailers, you'd be best sending back and getting 2 X gen 2 Google versions.

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NEST Protect 2nd Generation Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm - Battery operated £79.05 @ Currys / eBay
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Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
New Manufacturer Sealed There is an intact manufacturer's seal, and the item is brand new and pristine. Some product boxes are unsealed as supplied by the manufacturer, these are… Read more
Chiptivo

Yeah. They've added a switch so you can switch them off

Walrus_Man

Wow! That thread makes for interesting reading, and has totally put me off from buying one!! Shocking responses from Google!

mitre

serious battery issues with these, i'd avoid until it's fixed.

Begize

Yep, as I said, you can't use normal or alkaline batteries in them, it has to be lithium ones like the Energizer Lithium's that come with. I've had exactly the problems reported and only Lithium work. I'd guess the people saying theirs aren't working with lithium batteries either have duff units or duff batteries. eBay is awash with fakes because they are much more expensive so easy to pass of cheaper batteries as lithiums.

Dakers

I've just done another search on the forum and found this thread where it's still an ongoing issue, even with the lithium batteries https://support.google.com/googlenest/thread/11464277?hl=en

2 Pack ,FireAngel SB1-TP-R Smoke Alarm- £10.50 Prime / £14.99 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Posted 9th JunPosted 9th Jun
2 Pack ,FireAngel SB1-TP-R Smoke Alarm- £10.50 Prime / £14.99 Non Prime @ Amazon
Optical smoke sensing technology detects slow smouldering fire Resistant to nuisance alarms Ideal for grade F installations where cost is a priority Large central test and silen… Read more
fubar888

I’m sure this is a great service but please don’t (ab)use it to get ‘free’ smoke alarms when you can afford to buy them. Doubt it’s means tested and I’d be surprised if the fire service would leave any property unprotected once they’ve visited. Fit the smoke alarms you think you need and then get them round to check all’s ok with positioning and number.

daveandvera

Book a “ safe and well” visit free service from most fire brigades Lots of free smoke detectors if you qualify

PeakDistrict

These are total rubbish. Both of mine stopped working after a few weeks and was too late to return them so ended up in bin. So hard trying to get in touch with anyone from Amazon.

GoodShopping2017

(lol)

Shwartzewolf

Synchronise your blinking to every 32 seconds... sorted!!!

Nest Protect Battery Smart Smoke Alarm - £85 @ Amazon
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Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
Nest Protect Battery Smart Smoke Alarm - £85 @ Amazon
Seems like a good price for this. Nest protect has been redesigned from the inside out. It has an industrial-grade smoke sensor, can be silenced from your phone, tests itself auto… Read more
TM1233

Tried posting this as a separate deal but it got removed. Squizzas are doing these for £74.70 (normally £82.99 but you get 10% off applied automatically at checkout). With TCB you also get a nifty 8% cashback too!! Ordered 3 this morning

Riot1

Anybody else order this and received a wired version? The description and product code are for the battery version but the title says wired! Amazon chat rep couldn't care less when I tried to inform them of the error

Matt222

Its got WiFi and light sensor build in (y)

junioruzzy

£85 for smoke alarm? What else does it do?

jonneyt

I don’t think that’s the choice being presented.

Nest Protect Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Wired S3003LWGB £85 delivered @ Toolstation
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Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Nest Protect Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Wired S3003LWGB £85 delivered @ Toolstation
£85£86.992% Free P&P FreeToolstation Deals
• Detects smoke and carbon monoxide • Voice alarms with custom location • Nest Protect sends phone alerts for smoke and carbon monoxide detection, low battery (battery model only),… Read more
TM1233

Tried posting this as a separate deal but it got removed. Squizzas are doing these for £74.70 (normally £82.99 but you get 10% off applied automatically at checkout). With TCB you also get a nifty 8% cashback too!! Ordered 3 this morning

RamonC

Thank you for your reply.

umli

Product code is the one for the 2nd gen

RamonC

Is this the 2nd generation nest protect as it doesn't seem to state it on the website.

john757

Shame they don't do a unit that does heat detection only, which is a building regulation for kitchens. Otherwise I'd probably get some. Are there any other alternatives that are wired (power) but link wirelessly?

FireAngel SB-5 Optical Smoke Alarm / Detector £4.95 (+ £4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
FireAngel SB-5 Optical Smoke Alarm / Detector £4.95 (+ £4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon
Good price for this smoke alarm at Amazon :) Optical Smoke Sensor - Detects fires that develop slowly. 10 years lifespan Battery powered - 5 year battery life including 9V ba… Read more
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reindeer333

Seems to have increased in price now, I've expired the deal

venuj99

Same here (confused)

neily82

Coming up at £7.30

FireAngel SB1-TP-R Smoke Alarm, 2 Pack - £10.50 (Prime) / £14.99 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
FireAngel SB1-TP-R Smoke Alarm, 2 Pack - £10.50 (Prime) / £14.99 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
Optical smoke sensing technology detects slow smouldering fire Resistant to nuisance alarms Ideal for grade F installations where cost is a priority Large central test and silence … Read more
hcc27

I was referring to the sealed units which advertise a 10 year battery life, not this one which takes replaceable 9V batteries.

martingrubb68

It says in the smoke alarm description the smoke alarm lasts 10 years but the battery 1 year. When it starts beeping you simply replace the battery. It even comes with an extra battery.

DRrob

Ei ones last

DRrob

Bought a twin pack and one was faulty. Toolstation won't take back as they aren't doing returns at the moment.

DRrob

Same price at Toolstation

FireAngel Smoke Alarm, 2 Pack, £10.50 at Amazon (+£4.49 non prime)
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Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
FireAngel Smoke Alarm, 2 Pack, £10.50 at Amazon (+£4.49 non prime)
£10.50£13.2821%Amazon Deals
Good value for the twin pack, compact device and easy to set up. Less prone to nuisance alarms from cooking fumes with a toast-proof optical smoke sensor. Ideal for rooms or hal… Read more
Paul_Doyle

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skyebluebirch

Great value thanks jusy ordered

dbaillieuk

First of all you are correct , my iPad has been inputting CO2 as a predictive text instead of CO . However , you have linked the English regs . I declared I live in Scotland and it differs across the UK . I pasted the Scottish link which again is https://www.gov.scot/publications/fire-and-smoke-alarms-in-scottish-homes/ . You will find it’s much different from , and in my opinion, ahead of the English regs .

hcc27

Please note there's no such thing as a carbon dioxide (CO2) alarm. You're referring to a carbon monoxide (CO) alarm. We breathe in carbon dioxide every day!! You are also misguided in your understanding of UK regs as applicable to landlords, here are the correct requirements: The regulations require private rented sector landlords, from 1 October 2015, to have: at least one smoke alarm installed on every storey of their rental property which is used as living accommodation, anda carbon monoxide alarm in any room used as living accommodation where solid fuel is used - after that, the landlord must make sure the alarms are in working order at the start of each new tenancy. How many rental properties use solid fuel for heating?Of course, CO alarms are not expensive so you can easily supply them as an additional safety measure for your tenants' welfare. If you do however, the onus is on you to ensure they're tested regularly, if they fail and God forbid you have a CO leak in the property say from a faulty boiler (shouldn't happen if serviced annually per requirements) the consequences will be devastating.

DRrob

Don't bother with these quality is very poor. Returned loads now. Stopped buying then due to false alarms

Google Nest Protect 2nd Generation (Smoke & Carbon Monoxide) Alarm - (Battery or Wired) + 2 Year Guarantee- £78.99 @ The Electrical Showroom
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Posted 18th AprPosted 18th Apr
Google Nest Protect 2nd Generation (Smoke & Carbon Monoxide) Alarm - (Battery or Wired) + 2 Year Guarantee- £78.99 @ The Electrical Showroom
£78.99£8911% Free P&P FreeThe Electrical Showroom Deals
Good price for the Net Protect .... (y) Nest® Protect 2nd Generation Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Battery Version ) Nest® Protect 2nd Generation Smoke & Carbon Mono… Read more
veritycox94

I have one of these and I love it. £80 over ten years is no problem. My favourite feature that people rarely seen to mention is the night light. So useful. I used to have one plug on the landing permanently taken for a night light but that is now gone.

auto30

It states 5 years. I have had mine for 4 and a half years and they are still working so hopefully it is accurate.

whosagooner

How long do the battery powered ones tend to last?

auto30

These are excellent. I have 4 in the house. Yes they are expensive but what cost do u put on a life? For example if there is smoke downstairs in the living room it will warn you through the speakers in the alarms upstairs that there is smoke detected in the living room. Could give you vital seconds knowing where the fire is and what route to take to exit the house.

Skyhiigh

The self test alone is worth it. Even though everyone is meant to test their smoke alarms, they don't. At best, once or twice a year. Additionally, if you have a Nest thermostat, and it detects CO2 then it *turns off the boiler* to stop CO2 production. Yes, the alarm should wake you*, but it's not a given, and some people (like babies) are more sensitive to CO2. *I know some who can sleep though fire alarms, some naturally, some due to medication. Not great if there's a fire, but CO2 at least..

Google Nest Protect 2nd Generation Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Wired) £79.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 3rd AprPosted 3rd Apr
Google Nest Protect 2nd Generation Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Wired) £79.99 @ Amazon
£79.99£8910%Amazon Deals
Next best I've seen is £89.99, limited time deal
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veritycox94

Any sign of a 3rd gen coming?

enjoycoca

Got two at this price. Excellent value! Thanks OP.

captc

The battery backup is for the fundamental operation. I.e. If you have a power cut / consumer unit trips, then your alarm will sound in a fire.

Tatts584

That's great thinking actually. If there was a power cut and a fire at the same time you wouldn't get a notification.

doozeruk

It's all very well having battery backup to power the alarm in a power cut but what then powers the WiFi router to send you a message if you are out at the time a fire starts? (confused)

Nest Protect 2nd Generation Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Battery) £72.95 @ Amazon
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Posted 18th MarPosted 18th Mar
Nest Protect 2nd Generation Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Battery) £72.95 @ Amazon
£72.95£78.998%Amazon Deals
The Google Nest Protect is able to detect both smoke and carbon monoxide, it has an industrial - grade smoke sensor, can be silenced from your phone, tests itself automatically and… Read more
stanlyp

So I ordered 3 new alarms as was cheaper than the 3 pack on Amazon. They arrived today. Two of them were manufactured July 2019. One of them manufactured Aug 2019. Two have nest logo embossed by the glowing ring while one of them doesn’t. Any idea if these are gen 1 or gen 2? Little annoyed as they were clearly cheaper as they 8months of their life.

Harry_Potter

Expire as not actually available

Harry_Potter

Did Amazon chat and appears listing broken. Compensated me £5 to say sorry for the inconvenience

benjefreys

Guys just spoken to Amazon on the phone you cant order it so please expire.

WhaleOilBeefHooked

No problem. It’s such a pity, I’ve been a big fan of them as I thought they were worth the considerable expense for what they did. But mine have now been replaced with cheapy ones., which crucially aren’t asking for costly lithium batteries every week.

GOOGLE Nest Protect Smoke and CO Alarm & Chalk Nest Mini Bundle £94.99 at Currys PC World
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GOOGLE Nest Protect Smoke and CO Alarm & Chalk Nest Mini Bundle £94.99 at Currys PC World
£94.99£123.9823%Currys PC World Deals
Secure your home with the smart Google Nest Protect Smoke and CO Alarm & Chalk Nest Mini Bundle. Google Nest Protect 2nd Generation Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm - Bat… Read more
andywedge

Thanks for posting. We have added this thread to the Highlights pages (y)

WhaleOilBeefHooked

Word of warning.... I have had 3 x battery nest protects for about 3 years. Thought they were a great product, worth the premium price. A few weeks ago one of them said batteries were low - fair enough, never changed them before. They were replaced with the recommended (and expensive) Energiser Lithiums. A couple of weeks later - low batteries again. Checked them but they were, as expected, fine. Then a second one started doing the same. Checked the Nest support forum, this seems to be a common problem worldwide since Autumn last year. No resolution or even acknowledgment of the problem from Google. So.... at this present time, be warned, I’ve had to purchase some cheap ones in the meantime as have had to take the Nest protects out of service.

Sonzk

Getting this combo for my parents. They love my Nest Mini

samsmith66

No thank you.. When it is switched on it keeps listening to all your conversations, noises.. waiting for the phrase OK Google... In other words there ie a chance someone on the other side might be eavesdropping on you. I don't trust it.. But I guess if you live on your own, f. e. If you are elderly, it could be vital company, why not.. :)

zarftrain

I now got more than one Nest Mini in every room. Cold for me

Angeleye enhanced smoke alarm - £4.90 instore - Sainsbury's Cheadle
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Angeleye enhanced smoke alarm - £4.90 instore - Sainsbury's Cheadle
Angeleye enhanced smoke alarm with toast proof sensor. £4.90, reduced from £10. Found in Cheadle Sainsbury's Local.
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srphotocouk

I assume that's why it's reduced to clear. They've shot themselves in the foot with this feature! (lol)

robbie1412

but I use my smoke alarm to tell me when my toast is done?

AngelEye Battery Powered Optical Smoke Alarm 1-Year, £4.74 with code (also on offer at £8.54 for 2) + Free Collection @ Robert Dyas
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Posted 5th MarPosted 5th Mar
AngelEye Battery Powered Optical Smoke Alarm 1-Year, £4.74 with code (also on offer at £8.54 for 2) + Free Collection @ Robert Dyas
£4.74£4.995%Robert Dyas Deals
Good price here, better value if buying 2. Specifications Large central test and silence button feature Battery Icon 1 x 9V replaceable battery included ThermoptekHigh perfo… Read more
noddle36

Sorry wrong link I will change it thanks

Delbert.Grady

Your link goes to an unrelated thread from 2015!

noddle36

If you had made an order between 7th - 30th March then Robert Dyas data breach has been broken and your card and details could be at risk. https://www.hotukdeals.com/discussions/just-had-my-credit-card-canceled-because-of-robert-dyas-data-breach-3456865

ourdevonfamily

20 of these in my kitchen or a nest?

Georgedeals

I need one when the wife is cooking, she burns everything,

Google Nest Protect (2nd Gen) Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm - Battery or Wired versions £78.99 The Electrical Showroom
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Google Nest Protect (2nd Gen) Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm - Battery or Wired versions £78.99 The Electrical Showroom
Nest® Protect 2nd Generation Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm, Battery : https://www.electrical-showroom.co.uk/nest-protect-2nd-generation-smoke-carbon-monoxide-alarm-battery N… Read more
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Abraxas

I just got mine too. June 2019. In two minds whether to raise with ES... It is a bloody expensive fire alarm as it is, so feels a bit of a kick to have the reduced lifespan to boot. Did anyone else get in touch with them?

garethdenny

What's a reasonable timeframe? 10 years from manufacture date is max lifespan. Say 2 months factory to door, so what, 9 years 10 months is a reasonable expectation at best. Based on 10 year lifespan these cost 66p ish per month. Absolute worst case you've lost 7 months (9 months minus a little bit of shelf time as you can't get a full 10 years).....equivalent to under £5 'loss' over a period of nearly 10 years.....not exactly worth stressing over.

garethdenny

My 2 orders arrived absolutely fine, one within 24 hrs, other within 48hrs. One small problem (with the courier not providing tracking details) was resolved quickly over the phone and they were very friendly to speak to. I'd happily buy from them again.

Rami_Radwan

Let me know what you get out of customer service. Will check mine when home

ducknpancakes

The 'replace by' date is printed on the underside of the unit

Kidde 2-in-1 Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm - £15.99 @ Aldi
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Kidde 2-in-1 Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm - £15.99 @ Aldi
£15.99Aldi Deals
Protecting your family and home is always going to be one of the most important things to think about. Put your mind at rest when you invest in this 2-in-1 Smoke & Carbon Monox… Read more
BigG9262

Smoke and CO2 detectors should be mains operated,AFIK all councils in Scotland do this,I know it is not usually an easy job for private owners but it is worth getting an electrician to do it.Obviously battery operated are an option if for whatever reason you can't have mains.

HyperLuminal

What? The red boxes around the radiator and window were locations where you DONT install CO alarms. The red box around the boiler within 3 meters is where it's best. Mate, I do this for a living, you want the CO alarm near gas appliances including the gas hob which is far more often more dangerous than the boiler. Smoke alarms are no good in the kitchen where youd want a heat alarm, plus smoke alarms should be on the ceiling so unless your boiler is in the hall near the ceiling it's a waste of money and not as safety conscious to buy smoke/CO alarm combos.

urbanbushwacker

red box do not fit here. but you can put it were you like thats up to you.

HyperLuminal

Did you even watch that video?! Its advising you to install CO alarms near the boiler, just like i said. A useless location for a smoke alarm so owning a combined smoke/carbon detector alarm is pointless as you want a smoke alarm at ceiling height.

urbanbushwacker

Not true!

Kidde 3 Year Smoke Alarm Twin Pack - £12.00 (Free click and collect) Manufacturer's 3 year guarantee @ Argos
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Kidde 3 Year Smoke Alarm Twin Pack - £12.00 (Free click and collect) Manufacturer's 3 year guarantee @ Argos
£12£2143%Argos Deals
Batteries included. Amazon Price £32.78 . 10 year sensor life. Twin pack for coverage upstairs and downstairs. Essential for safety (one alarm should be on every floor of your h… Read more
brenbo

Im confused as not sure what this thread is now suggesting as best offer?. Amazon?. Notice Argos now showing as £28?

ZanyAngel

Thank you!! (y)

finknottle

I think these are they https://www.amazon.co.uk/Kidde-29HD-Optical-Smoke-Alarm/dp/B004FIH8W6. Obviously this is a better deal if you want these particular alarms!

ZanyAngel

Do you have link to the amazon Smoke alarms?

ZanyAngel

Thanks for the link (y)

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