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3 x Nest Protect Battery Operated Smoke Alarm £239.99 (Amazon)
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Ladies and Gentlemen, lowest price ever based on amazon based on the camel. However if you are not fussed about the retailer, this one might be of interest as well: https://www.h… Read more
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nick1946

Thanks just ordered 5? Sets.

paulj48

Don't forget these are only a 10 year investment so you'll need to change them all when that time comes.

Scorpion

Yep there's two versions, the battery only version, which has 6 batteries in it and the batteries last ~5 years and a mains wired version that contains only 3 batteries (so it still works during power cuts).

EN1GMA

So you get 2 versions? Wired and non wired?

danieljcroberts

True, but personally I would pay a bit extra for hassle free returns, but I will add it in the description so that the people have all da facts.

Twin smoke alarm pack with batteries instore at Aldi for £8.99
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LocalLocalFound 5th NovFound 5th Nov
Twin packs are available here and there for a similar price.
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expandingmaan

Seen a bunch in Aldi hall green

expandingmaan

Seen a bunch in Aldi hall green

dannyboiz

Great price - so there's no excuse, people, not to have one in your house!!! (y)

Jameslit28

smoking hot deal :) lol

amazoncrazy

great price thanks for sharing. :)

3 x Nest Protect Battery Operated Smoke Alarm £249.99 (Amazon)
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Found 29th OctFound 29th Oct
Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you one of the lowest prices ever for the battery operated three pack of the nest protect. Yes, Travis is doing a good deal on the wired version, but n… Read more
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EstorilBlue

Lol what a load of rubbish that site is, suggesting its basically had a load of fake reviews. Its a good product and its had great reviews...i should know i left one too!

virtualmeuk

I bought 3 a few weeks ago. ground floor, first floor and one in the loft. Be warned, if you vape a lot, it sets them off!!!

danieljcroberts

I see your perspective, but some HUKD users sing their praises to this device. I have just experience a house fire which would have been avoided if we had these installed (assuming they work as intended). Personally I think fakespot and similar are best for unknown brands where it is very hard to find genuine objective feedback. Nest however gets lots of in depth reviews, so I feel it is easy to decide for yourself on the value of these 'bad boys'.

danieljcroberts

I see your perspective, but some HUKD users sing their praises to this device. I have just experience a house fire which would have been avoided if we had these installed (assuming they work as intended). Personally I think fakespot and similar are best for unknown brands where it is very hard to find genuine objective feedback. Nest however gets lots of in depth reviews, so I feel it is easy to decide for yourself on the value of these 'bad boys'.

Paradox

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Nest Thermostat & Protect Smoke Alarm Bundle £213.93 with code @ Toolstation
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Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Toolstation are doing a Nest Thermostat and Protect bundle for £248.93 Normally retailing around £300. But if youre quick, you can save a FURTHER £35! by using the voucher code SEP… Read more
Bloke_66

Thanks for the tip OP. Ordered mine - being delivered Monday.

Taylor2512

Collected this morning and installed this afternoon (y) 🏼

kevshek

Glad to see others benefiting, mine just got delivered 😁

kurtcobainmedico

Thanks. Smoke alarm not in stock now but have taken the order

ocdteacher

Worked for me too but the guy on the phone wasn’t convinced and had to check with colleagues. Thanks OP!

First Alert Ionisation Smoke Alarm 1p instore @ Wickes WORTH EVERY PENNY :)
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Title says all: 1p for the smoke alarm. In this case "worth every penny" literally. Out of stock online but Click and Collect available in plenty of stores. 10 years guaranteed an… Read more
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Morenenth

Lol I figured ionisation, but couldn't think of the better joke as you did.

Burnt.Bacon

could be handy when your engine sets alight on the journey home ;)

davej1710

(y) Nice one! I believe with ionisation alarms, it's smoke particles and not heat that sets it off, so maybe I should say the deal is "smokin'" instead. I've set that one up for you. Go for it, buddy. (y)

xPabloz

says out of stock with no option to check if its available in local store

Morenenth

Too much heat will set it off 🔥?

First Alert Ionisation 2PK Smoke Alarm - £4 @ Wickes (free C&C)
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Refreshed 24th SepRefreshed 24th Sep
Twin pack containing 2 battery operated ionisation smoke alarms, ideal for detecting fast flaming fires. The alarms are powered by a replaceable 9v battery (included) and hav… Read more
sagemagoo

Snap!

clashpie

Got four of these today...5 year guarantee and a doddle to install and fit...heat added

Resali

Or -even better- leave the free smoke alarms for people who are struggling financially...

firefly521

Contact your local Fire Service and I expect they will supply and fit free smoke alarms for you instead. Have done in Cornwall for years and the alarms have 10 yr batteries.

nougat

2% TCB also

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Kidde smoke alarm reduced from £6.50 to 85p in asda
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LocalLocalFound 23rd SepFound 23rd Sep
Spotted Kidde smoke alarm reduced from £6.50 to 85p in asda. Great price
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joesmum

thought this was a smoke alarm for children :o

Norseg

Wait the regular price is £6.50 Do people actually buy that? You know you can get fire alarms plus a free install from firefighters? They do this all the time since Fire prevention is what they do most the time

davej1710

Hope they're not reduced because they're smoke damaged stock? (shock)

missmisiowa

exactly!

Martynd

Did a quick search before posting myself, found this too in Asda Basildon but they had stickers on rather than shelf label so wasn't sure if store specific or not. Looks like it might be national then :)

First Alert Ionisation Smoke Alarm for £2 @ Wickes
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Compact, easy to install smoke alarm with 10 years guarantee The SA300 is a battery operated ionisation smoke alarm, ideal for detecting fast flaming fires. The alarm is powered… Read more
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amour3k

Yep, tell me about it. :-D

amour3k

Hehehehe, I hear, lol.

simate

Sorry dad.

NIghtwing

Just luck I'm next to a few stores!

amour3k

This is out of stock on their website unfortunately.

Xiaomi Honeywell Zigbee Fire Alarm Sensor £18.36 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
Thoughtful

No one answered whether this will connect to Amazon Alexa type hubs, has anyone tried this?

mcek

And keep in mind that a phone connected Nest smoke alarm is around the £70+ mark. Yes, a fiver for a dumb smoke alarm that will chirp to itself with no-one around, and an unconnected house alarm that people ignore, or a phone connected home automation system that will contact you when you've popped out to the shop, it's your choice.

Thoughtful

The only way that this is worth paying the extra for is if you have a ZigBee enabled hub, or intend to install one at sometime. If not then it is going to cost you as much again (at least) to buy the hub and a £40 -£50 smoke alarm with remote smart phone alerts might not be seen as such a good deal.

retepetsir

Mine arrived today but both boxes had their seals broken, do you think they are removing the batteries? I didn't have the same thing on the other Mi Home kit...

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)

FIREANGEL SO-601 Toast-Proof Smoke Alarm for £1.97 @ Currys
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On offer and available instore. Good value smoke alarm to keep everyone safe Protect your home with the Fireangel SO-601 Toast-Proof Smoke Alarm , helping you detect smoke so … Read more
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alextop

Great deal!

DeezM

Got 10 for eBay, cheers. (annoyed)

daalphamale

As mentioned your firebrigade will give you them for free call in and give them a donation..at least they will be in stock :p

HUKDWatcher0309

Thanks; I have contacted Fireangel and they tell me that models ST-620, ST-622 and ST-750 fit the existing bases I have.

bigted

Seem to be out of stock nationally now.

First Alert Ionisation 2PK Smoke Alarm £6  Wickes
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Found 24th AugFound 24th Aug
Even cheaper than the ones I posted last week from Screwfix which went out of stock pretty quickly. These are showing as in stock and should do the same job.
Ghost84

Just popped into store and bought. Heat added and thanks op

redduck

ordered to click and collect . cheers.

thefinest1

I bought a pack for future replacement when needed

Buy two wired/battery-powered Nest Protect Devices for £162.00 @ Travis Perkins
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Found 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Decent price for the wired Nest Protect if you are planning to get two. Works out at £81 each when you use the 10% off voucher (only possible if spending £150 or more exc. VAT). Ca… Read more
Skyboat

Customer services are reporting back as OOS for the wired version with no ETA

AndiTails

Heat from me. I bought one of the BT Shop ones and fitted last night. It's great. Even the wife approved. So need to get another 2, one for the loft which has some wiring I can use, and one for the ground floor, which needs a battery one; and looks like I can get one of each and still do the discount. Thanks, OP!

rfuk

That’s a great deal for a great product! Luckily I said “usually” (excited)

Sanzai

Well obviously I don't know what future purchasers will get, but I ordered two 3 days ago - they are due to expire in May 2028. So I lost 2 months yes, but not in proportion to the discount! :)

rfuk

Usually if the price drops it’s because they are old stock, so you don’t get the full 10 years of life. Therefore the price is just a percentage. Two years old stock, pay 80%.

Nest Protect (Battery) for £79 after using discount code @ BTShop
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Found 26th JulFound 26th Jul
Great price on Nest Protect, for battery powered only now (wired ones out of stock).
ladiesman589

For me, my wife has a habit of leaving the cooker on, leaving the fridge door open, leaving the light on. I love her to bits but she is annoying at times like these, hence for me all this helps!

Gobbie

Bought from your other link. Nice one buddy. (Y)

Sanzai

Pretty sure the rate of house fires is higher than that. This does have other functions as others have elaborated upon.

GeoffreyHill

When the chance of your house catching fire is a million to one why bother spending that much on a smoke detector when a 5 quid one will suffice

twistedpixel

I have literally no idea what your point is. Are you saying nobody should have smoke alarms because the noise is annoying? It’s a smoke detector that self-tests and alerts you to alarms while you’re out of your house. It also speaks first rather than irritating you when you burn toast. The motion activated soft light is also awesome when I get up to drain the dragon in the pitch black. I leave my dog at home sometimes so I like the peace of mind to know if the alarm goes off and to call the fire dept and get the hell home ASAP. I’d say they’re worth every penny. I have 3 and love them.

Kidde (  i9080 ) Smoke Alarm with Light and Hush Button £8.66 Argos
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I`m after a smoke and carbon monoxide alarm. Found the smoke one on Argos and seems like a good price for what it offers. If anybody knows a better deal / product for both both typ… Read more
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danflorin3

Sh*t..and I spend 60£ on 4 but just only for monoxid...

stuart.baxter

Chek out the offer on Safelincs! Bargainhttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/combination-10-year-carbon-monoxide-and-smoke-alarm-kidde-10sco-1523-delivered-safelincs-2999641

Nathan_Smith

All fire brigades fit smoke alarms just contact your local station.

russellanam

All the recent reviews for this seem abysmal.

Delbert.Grady

No, this does not detect Carbon Monoxide, its just a smoke alarm.

Reduced to clear First Alert smoke alarm £2 instore in Edinburgh Tesco
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Local Tesco in Edinburgh: 7 Broughton Rd, Edinburgh EH7 4EW Reduced to clear fire alarm only £2. I guess like a lot of people in Edinburgh my ceilings are double height so I can't … Read more
col11

Also seen twin pack for £2.50 in Newton aycliffe

maddogb

ooo ooo "i live in Edinburgh all our ceilings are high up here" :D bargain tho

First Alert Smoke Alarm. Tesco £3.25.
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A few smoke alarms are half price at Crosspoint store in Coventry. Don’t know if national. This one was the cheapest but the dearest was a 10 year on for £8.50.
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ThriftyNuB

Some still in stock in Penarth!

spitthedog1964

Didn't realise the fire fighters do this. Everybody needs to be made aware of this. Thanks for the advice all. (y)

Kennedy1985

As a Firefighter in West Mids I can confirm that the £8.50 ones are the same smoke alarms we fit for free whilst carrying out a safe and well check in your home, if you live in the West Midlands call 0800 3895525 to make an appointment :)

Malachi_X

Most brigades around the country provide this service

AMTF

Although nowhere near Coventry, it might also be worth noting the London Fire Brigade can do home fire safety visits and install free fire alarms for vulnerable people. Not sure if other brigades are participating. Details: london-fire.gov.uk/safety/the-home/home-fire-safety-visits/

Original Xiaomi Mijia Fire Alarm Detector Smoke Alarm Remote Control APP at Aliexpress for £18.90
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Shipping from ChinaShipping from ChinaFound 10th JunFound 10th Jun
Hi guys I have been looking for some good deal on smart smoke detector and remind myself about Xiaomi :D Wifi with notification on your phone if something happened for that prise i… Read more
Zero_Zuul

Battery only as far as I’m aware.

mahmouddiaa

Can these be hardwired ?

Zero_Zuul

There's a thread on the ST forum, if you look near the end you'll see some posts about an updated DH which gives you battery life etc. Installed and works fine for me.

androidavis

Ah has that been sorted now? That’s good.

Zero_Zuul

Also works with the SmartThings hub using a custom device handler. It's been this price for a while now so no need to rush to buy.

Twin pack Smoke Alarms £5 instore @ Homebase Bridgend
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Twin pack of life saver fire alarms @ homebase Bridgend. Very cheap for pack of two tidy make alarms! Could just save your life
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carlospunk

but come on guys it's a fiver..... it'll cost them more to bring the fire engine down the road! (angel)

cannycoyote

yer i had 2 from a home safety check recently. supply and fit free of charge cant fault it

PaulaML

Call your local Fire station and ask for a Home safety check ...they will fit them free of charge!!

carlospunk

Think they'll be just battery @ that price

Ali1ali2

Do they also have wire connection?

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