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Yale Digital Electronic safe, £26.99, free del @ Aldi
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Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
Electronic with key override, 2 years warranty Although available from the 14th, can still be pre-ordered today
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there-is-no-spoon

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TheBiker

Worst place - When the keypad batties die you will have no way of opening the safe as the keys are inside.

Sammy86

Safest place to keep the key is in the safe itself?

SUMMONER

I am disappointed that no one suggested hitting it with a potato, certainly cheaper than an actual replacement key. :(

trannyboy

I think you mean a tubular lock,7 ,9 , or 10 pin. Lockpicking lawyer on youtube recommends some picking tools, I found them on ebay for £12.

Yale Sync Smart Home Alarm (Works with Amazon Alexa) IA-320 Lightning Deal - £219.99 @ Amazon
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Found 4th MarFound 4th Mar
App control - Arm, disarm and manage Sync for peace of mind whilst home or away via the Yale Home app Mobile alerts - Receive real-time notifications direct to your smartphone so … Read more
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gguglani81

It was lightning deal finished now

parad1gm

showing £272.49

gguglani81

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sheffield788

I've got an alarm system already, different brand and no Alexa. It takes forever to arm/disarm it via the app, so I was looking for Alexa integration to make things easier. Works ok with the remote control but we only have one, getting a second one costs almost half of what ive paid for the whole system. I've considered to use a Sonoff Bridge to make it Alexa enabled. I do not know yet, but research suggests that if will work I will have to say 'Alexa ask Sonoff Bridge to arm my alarm'. So I was hoping for something easier, I guess is early days to have an alarm system working straight forward with Alexa...

tommyturnip

Yeah, I said that to Alexa once and then used the app or keypad after that! One door sensor sucks but you can get another for around £30

Yale Smart Home Alarm Kit SR-320 £214.99 Amazon
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Seems like a decent deal to me to be on Amazon! Features & details Control via smartphone or tablet - arm/disarm and configure your alarm anytime, anywhere via the Yale H… Read more
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joeislam

Oh ok. So just to clarify it doesn't link with Alexa, just hue?

ikskwizituk

Go to settings on the app and you should see Hue light settings _ enable it. (y)

joeislam

I have the 340 but didn't realise u could link with Alexa and Hue?? Thought that was only the newer models

UKBFG

Just wifi I think, not a SIM card. I think there are other older models that did do alerts by phone, but not sure if that's via a mobile SIM, or just your landline. Probably landline I'd guess.

ruheluddin86

Does this work with a SIM card instead of being wired?

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Costco - Yale Smart Home Alarm SR-340 £299.98
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or £249.99 Exc VAT. offer starts 4th Feb. Best price I can find. Arm & disarm from your smart phone. Receive real time notifications & alerts. No monthly fee. Set includes … Read more
Dalliman

Thanks hizdubomb. I didn’t see it was in store only! No Costco near me unfortunately ;(

hizdubomb

Bought one an hour ago in Costco Birmingham for 299.98 website still says full price of 479.89

Dalliman

I can’t see it for that price? Showing )479.89 for me?

coolhandan

Many thanks

msteph17

The SR-320 has 1 x Smart Hub, 2 x PIR Motion Detectors, 1 x Door Contact, 1 x Keypad, 1 x Siren. The SR-340 components are listed in OP but basically it has an extra Door Contact, 1 x PIR Image camera, 1 x Power Switch and 1 x Dummy Siren box.

10% at new Screwfix in Doncaster 31/1 to 3/2
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Skewen offer the same 10% off.

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Same in the new opened sctewfix in Wigston - Leicester

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Yale Sync Smart Home Alarm £219.99 Amazon (Works with Amazon Alexa)
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Found 28th JanFound 28th Jan
Product Description The Sync Smart Home Alarm puts you firmly in control, giving you peace of mind that your home is secure and protected. Check in from anywhere in the world and… Read more
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steford

You can add IFTTT integration using email to an Email to Webhook gateway of which there are a few. I do it to Stringify. Strignify looks for Arm or Disarm in the email and then from there I can do other things based on whether I'm at home or not. I also run Node-Red at home and wrote a Python script that can log in and check status so at dusk if I'm not in a light comes on. I would like, of course, built in full integration. You should be able to do most, if not all, of this via the Hue I would have thought.

chrisburke100

Tool station do 3 AC PIR for £81

thrustmaster

Bought this and just installed today, had to buy a few extra sensors which were more expensive than I'd like however seems good enough so far. All the sensors have tamper springs installed in them, sync with the hub straight out the box and even the internal siren is very loud (much better than the ismartalarm I had previously). All synchronised with my hue bulbs and get a fancy wee flash when alarming or red pulse when the alarm trips. I've seen a few mention of the enforcer box on here, whilst I was tempted, it looks dated, and has very few smart features (home control app demands a premium after the first year and gets pretty awful reviews). I'm hopeful Yale will support this more than other companies (ismartalarm provided next to none) and also get out of bed with Amazon and provide some Google/IFTTT integration!

greg666

That is quite an opinion, not that I disagree but I also think that many could do with a proper alarm rather than spending £150 and thinking that’s it. I also agree on lighting in the back and front of the house it certainly helps to make everything visible. CCTV could be internal only just to make sure you can check in case you hear strange noises or in my case when I would get an SMS that the alarm went off. In the end it’s a deterrent to keep the idiots away, the professional are not interested in my house anyway. My alarm has for each component a temper alarm which will activate the bell in case somebody tries to smash the unit.

veedubjai

Both. As mentioned before, you can never have enough security. The more, the better I say to slow the feckers down. Burglars don't like bright lights & certainly cctv & prefer to break in without been seen & too loud. They always scout for easy targets & sometimes in pairs or groups. My neighbour got burgled even with an alarm activated, smashed the keypad & silenced the alarm as due to oversight by the neighbours wife not making sure the ground floor window latch was engaged properly. Which shows the burglar was trying all groundfloor entry points. All the burglar need to do was kept prying until the latch became loose. Think everyone should get sash jammers installed on all ground floor windows & security glass laminates. Again, they never had any security lighting at side or rear of property which burglars love. The burglar tried to gain entry via rear patio doors but the locks were good ones, 3 diamond rated. Tried prying the patio double glass but failed though cracked. Most likely didn't want it smashed through as would have caused a lot of noise. Left rear outside tap on with water flowing for 2 days straight before even the neighbour noticed they got burgled when they heard the tap flowing when they were back. The burglar was using the outside tap to wash the evidence left before leaving. Nobody on the same street noticed they got burgled but did hear the security alarm went off. Goes to show that most folks keep to themselves. All in all burglars don't give a (poo) about your private property or it's occupant's & quite happy to invade your own privacy of your own home. Personal belongings can be replaced except family heirloom's but who would want burglars going through & rifling all your stuff like your underwear draws, let alone it could some sick feck burglar who masterbated or (poo) or urinated on your bed. I could think of all the worst scenarios that could happen to your house or private space but question is, what are you going to do about it & don't expect your good old neighbours to be your private 24/7 security services. Always look after number 1. In some countries, the burglar's will have their hands chopped off once found guilty by law in some cases death. This country seems hell bent on protecting the burglar's human rights more than the victims. What about victims rights? The UK Laws protecting citizens can be an right arse at times. With police treating burglaries as low priority now, don't expect them coming to your need of help when you need it the most protecting your family. So arm yourselves to the teeth & break the burglar's legs.

Yale Easyfit Alarm dongle 0.99p  at Screwfix
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Found 28th JanFound 28th Jan
WHAT A BARGAIN Good availability in screwfix clearance, and a bargain at ONLY 99p Blurb ... Allows you to control and monitor your Easy Fit alarm system through your Easy Fit CC… Read more
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disgraceUK

No, I am in the trade so know much better can be bought for roughly the same price, it's really just a bit of snobbery as we look at these as expensive DIY kits, good that yours is trouble free and I hope it remains so (y)

hgv

I take it you had a bad experience with them.I can only go on my experience current one I have had about a year or so bought from Homebase when they had them really cheap.Previous model I had about 10 years and i think 2 false alarms in all that time, (both times Shed sensor).

disgraceUK

No, I meant the over priced unreliable security system

hgv

I take it you mean the Telegraph,as I was certainly not locked out of my home,my remote key-fob and keypad worked just as expected though I could not use the app to lock and unlock until the maintenance( updates) had been done to the app .( Though I very rarely use the app )

disgraceUK

Utter garbage this stuff https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2018/10/12/glitch-yales-smart-security-system-sees-brits-locked-homes/

Yale Locks YVSS Small Value Safe, Black £28.28 @ Amazon
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Found 7th JanFound 7th Jan
Solenoid lock Simple keypad interface LED light indicators. Vault Dimenson:- 200mm x 310mm Spare keys can be supplied through serial number Base is lined to protect valuables Read more
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Mrlossy

About six months ago. I posted the deal!

hamsterboy

Anybody got a potato?

sfrw

i have two of these. i think they are great, i use them for young people to keep their belongigs safe.

stav8124

Why is this voted cold? I was looking to purchasing one so can someone tell me why its not any good as the reviews are highly rated on Amazon.

paracyte

Recently or 10yrs ago? (:I

Online Only... Yale Smart Lock Conexis L1 Smart Handle Various Colours £199.98 @ Toolstation
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Found 6th JanFound 6th Jan
ONLINE ONLY The Conexis L1 Smart Door Lock puts the householder fully in control, giving the freedom to secure the home without the need for a key. Mobile keys can be sent to fami… Read more
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anewman

These smart locks are often used in conjunction with security systems, which can make a lot of noise and notify the home owner.

jdelaney78

Nope. I don’t. Only know what I read. I drive a battered old Mazda. No one’s nicking my car for profit (lol) In terms of locks and smart home stuff the new Yale stuff is apparently pretty good (I’m led to believe by my pen tester friends - professional hackers if you like). Yale’s early attempts were pretty poor I’m told but they’re much more secure now - at least as secure as your home internet. If someone pops your WPA password and gets in to that then you’re in trouble. Lots of ways to make that less likely of course. Still recommend heat for this lock and when it comes to cyber security I’ll listen to my hugely qualified, and as a result very well remunerated, friends! (y) 🏻 When it comes to cars I’ll wait for a Tesla 3. It can phone home when it’s nicked and tell you, and the police, exactly where it is! 😁

ant3000

From what I understand there is a possibility of hacking the L1 but only if a hacker happens to be nearby when you are pairing the lock to keys etc. Based on that assumption you’d have to have some pretty determined neighbours wanting to gain access to your property who are geared up and waiting for you to set up the device!

madmick666

You obviously know nothing about scanning devices that require no breaking in. Do some research

westernise

I'll wait until the technology gets better, device gets slimmer and batteries last longer.

YALE Smart Living Easy Fit Clearance (C&C). Apartment Kit £20 / Starter Kit £79 / Standard Kit £115) @ Wickes
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Wickes are having a clearance of their YALE Easy Fit Alarm systems. These are compatible with the full Easy Fit and Standard Fit Range (EF & SR Items) so you can start or ex… Read more
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redcastle

Uupdated to reflect standard version : currently £115 and £206 on amazon :)

Proveright

Missed it again. However Wickes are as bad as B&Q thinking they have stock but can never find it! At least with Halfords the staff buy it when they hear of a reduction. B, &Q and Wickes must be losing a fortune putting stock into their accounts that they don't have? :D

redcastle

The apartment version maybe now but the others are still available for C&C :)

ZoroBandit

OOS!!

redcastle

True. Managed to grab an apartment one before listing. Has to be some OP perks lol (lol)

Yale Locks YSM400EG1 Certified Office Safe with 2K Cash Capacity @ Amazon Lightning Deal £135.99
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Yale Locks YSM400EG1 Certified Office Safe with 2K Cash Capacity @ Amazon Lightning Deal £135.99
£135.99£199.9932%Amazon Deals
insurance approved rating £2,000 Cash / £20,000 Valuables Sold Secure Silver & Secured By Design Ratings LCD Screen with 3 - 8 Digit Pin Code 22mm electronic locking bolt… Read more
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amazoncrazy

thanks :)

Undisclosed2

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/yale-locks-ysm400eg1-certified-office-safe-with-2k-cash-capacity-12999-amazon-3107746 Amazing, £6 more than it was a few days back. Crazy pepper deals

Yale Conexis L1 Smart Door Lock - Chrome. Dropped to £164.99 at Amazon
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I know its been posted for £180 but a few people on here are after one at this price. I have just brought one as my kids always lose there keys but funnily never there phone (shoc… Read more
keawe8221

No. Just need to replace the handle. Installation menu is fairly clear and straight forward. The only criticism I had is the unintuative App.

Intenso

Ordered, thanks OP :)

russ333

It would be easier to buy an auto centre punch. You can go through toughened glass in seconds

ashmac

If they can break In to 60k mercs these will be child's play to them

davewave

Thanks

Yale Sync Alarm (Alexa/Hue Compatible) at Amazon for £199.99
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Yale Sync Alarm (Alexa/Hue Compatible) at Amazon for £199.99
£199.99£219.999%Amazon Deals
This is the lowest its been since release (next lowest £219.99). Product DescriptionThe Sync Smart Home Alarm puts you firmly in control, giving you peace of mind that your home i… Read more
coalfield

No need for a keyfob as its controlled with the keypad or your phone

cathy7238

Keyfob not included, need to buy separately at £30 which is quite steep...

Philkensebben

Expired I think

cathy7238

What’s the difference with SR 320?

Messiah94

Reviews on Amazon are somewhat varied

Yale Locks YMS 25cm Medium Digital Safe @ Amazon Warehouse Described As Like New £31.35
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Yale Locks YMS 25cm Medium Digital Safe @ Amazon Warehouse Described As Like New £31.35
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two of these available described as Used - Like New Item will come in original packaging. Packaging will be damaged. Steel construction Interior base lined with soft material to … Read more
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Gollywood

You need 3 full time assistants to help you :D

amazoncrazy

thanks very much for informing me :)

cjhilton49

Both now oos

YALE HSA 6410 wireless alarm £40 off £149.99 at Screwfix
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Found 19th Nov 2018Found 19th Nov 2018
Was good price at 189.99 but now £40 off in black Friday sale
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hgv

You could get this then just add a pet PIR separately, you may even find a reduced one in Homebase still.

hgv

Very easy to setup ,I got the same with the camera from Homebase when they had them on clearance, never had a problem with it . The phone app works well ( Even took a photo with the camera when I was in Spain )

MisterSkinflint

Not for me. I had no end of connectivity problems. I phoned the helpline who although tried hard, couldn't find the issue and told me to return the item to the seller (B&Q). That was around 5 years ago and their system may well have improved by now.

superfamiking

Looking for the pet friendly version of this.... heated as this is the lowest I've seen the 6410 alarm

heedrick

Very, it's all wireless and you just connect them to the main alarm once in place

20% off on everything except doors keys at Yale online store.
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20% off on everything except doors keys at Yale online store.
Passionateaboutprice

Pretty rubbish products too in my experience. Alarms that require central server access which sometimes isn’t there. Door locks that only allow one module so either remote control or smart phone control or WiFi control whereas I want to have all three. They also only fit limited number of door lock types so beware if you buy them to check if they will fit yours.

Cuddl3s

Unfortunately still cheaper to buy on ebay for the most part.

J1135

Swines I need more keys hah

Yale Locks YSM400EG1 Certified Office Safe with 2K Cash Capacity £129.99 @ Amazon
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Yale Locks YSM400EG1 Certified Office Safe with 2K Cash Capacity £129.99 @ Amazon
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Insurance approved rating £2,000 Cash / £20,000 Valuables Sold Secure Silver & Secured By Design Ratings LCD Screen with 3 - 8 Digit Pin Code 22mm electronic locking bolt me… Read more
the__cat

What's the point if I can only put my pocket money in it?

kemik

Only stores £2K? I'll need quite a few of these then 8)

snappyfish

Anything big enough for 50k cash, got a bad back at the moment.

Rumpelstiltskin

Excellent to stash all the money you’ve saved on HUKD. Or it may be a total waste of money cos you’ve nothing left to put in it cos of HUKD. (nerd)

BeanieBaby

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/over-35-54-off-yale-locks-safes-2429-12999-amazon-3107507

Yale Conexis L1 Smart Door Lock - Polished Brass - £175.92 (Lightning Deal) @ Amazon
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The yale conexis L1 smart door lock gives you the freedom to secure your home without the need for a key. For further information on fitting and using the conexus L1 smart door loc… Read more
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tastemynuts

Have you got rid of the yale alarm and door lock?

paulj48

I have this lock and once the fobs/stickers/cards are programmed (initially at install) the lock or the app doesn't need internet/server access ever again and works completely offline.

plunet

If you need any confirmation that Yale have had serious problems keeping the IT that supports their apps up, hence impacting their users who cannot operate their connected devices then I suggest you read this: google.co.uk/amp/s/www.theregister.co.uk/AMP/2018/10/19/yale_security_fail/ To be fair I don't think the latest Yale outage impacted the locks, but hopefully it will make some of you think before you take the plunge and impact control of physical security on IT services which you cannot guarantee the service of, there is no contract for a service (just a one way services agreement to which you have to agree to), and no SLA.

boss911999

Yes should be multi colour Friday.

Passionateaboutprice

Yale apps are unreliable, as are their servers. I would avoid them st all costs - and I have their alarm and a door lock. Appalling for a once great company.

Yale SR-340 Smart Home Alarm System - Costco in-store only for £323.98
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Spotted this in Costco's current offer book. Valid 15th Oct - 4th Nov. £323.98 INCLUDING VAT. The next cheapest I can find is £399.00 for the SR-340 so this is a great price! This … Read more
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Mrlossy

I didn't actually vote cold nor said this wasn't the best price. Just said the cold votes may have been because it's been much cheaper...

Passionateaboutprice

Yep. Rather amateurish so would not rely on these ‘Smart’ alarms. If you do then make sure you have manual override fitted.

plunet

Smart alarms... Not so smart. https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/10/19/yale_security_fail/

Siddy

App works ok for me, ok the pc setup was better but they shut that. I upgraded from the telephone version with the same grey yale detectors and it took 30 mins to setup learning detectors. Only downside for me is you can't turn the internal sound off if it goes in alarm like the other so the dog gets it as well.

tomwenn

I got this (brand new) for £50 at a car boot (lol) . Couldn't believe my luck.

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