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Yale products heavily discounted - Homebase Cannock Gate store
LocalLocalFound 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Might only be a local deal, not sure. Cannock Gate Homebase has all Yale things heavily reduced. Limited stock. Lots of PIRs, Inc with camera. IP camera, CCTV system, key fobs, k… Read more

Hope not still have 13 alarm systems to shift. Hopefully BBC will do a special on the rising crime rate soon.


most of the boxes on display are dummy boxes. That is another reason why homebase is closing as it is always been disorganized. These old ladies working in most of the branches do prefer to have a chat and a cup of tea instead of concentrating on some serious work.


Still stock around alarms and cctv got an alarm from high Wycombe yesterday Leighton Buzzard has some stuff left. Oxford are stores had stuff early last week keep an eye on bunnings they stock yale but have not reduced prices yet.


Cannock knock this deal. Good find :-)


My locals have dummy boxes on shelf but were cleared out days ago The only things they have left are dodgy looking customer returns.

Yale Smart Home Alarm & View Kit - SR-330 £131 instore @ Homebase
LocalLocalFound 9th JunFound 9th Jun
This is £372.93 on Amazon at the moment - My local Homebase (Galwally, Belfast) are selling them for £131. Insane deal. I bought the SR-320 for £189 just 10 days ago! Ragin'!
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I purchased SR 340for £180 from homebase, thought that's bargaib


Above an upstairs opening window. have someone hang on to your legs.


Put it somewhere u can get to easy. When u gonna change the batteries on the siren u will thank me. Obviously not on ground level. High enough so that they need a ladder. Higher than someone standing on the bins


Bought this early last year for similar, still not fit it yet. Need a deal on extendable ladders, otherwise might look a bit odd 7 ft up the wall



Yale home electronic safe £10 in store Homebase - 80% off ticket price
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Was picking up the alarm deal and saw loads of these. Price on shelf was £45 but scanning at £10. These are not in the clearance section but with the other safe's. They are not mar… Read more

Possibly, thanks though!


Also checked other Yale goodies,i.e. night latch lock, automation keypad, zwave and none of these where reduced either.


That's a pity, maybe worth giving Walton, Kingston stores a call. However if people have seen this post they've probably been snapped up..


In the Epsom store now and there are none of these in the safe asle


I'm also not convinced that having a safe is the safest way to keep things safe... best just to hide it somewhere discreet

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Yale Smart HD720 2 Cam CCTV System £85 @ Homebase instore
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
just been reduced from £170 and extra 2 cameras will only cost £29
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Has anyone worked out how to playback footage on the yale cctv app (android)? I have no problem through the box on the tv but only seem to be able view live footage on phone :/ . Thanks


No problem. Well, I've only set it up to test everything was working(just in case it sat in its box for months waiting for me getting around to installing it). I don't have anything to compare it to cctv wise, and I've not set it up to view outside or at any distance yet. It looks good though(not the best picture quality I've ever seen but I don't foresee any issues for my requirements) and for the money I am very happy but time will tell. Hopefully I'll get it up sooner rather than later, and without any problems.


That’s brilliant, thanks for letting me know. Any feedback on how good the system is as a whole and the picture quality of the 1080p cameras? Thanks


Just to let you know, I managed to test this system and it worked fine. So that's the 720p system with two cameras with two additional 1080p cameras and they worked fine. There is a noticeable difference between the two, also the 1080p has a wider viewing angle.


It might be a while for me to get back to you on this one. Trying to sort the rest of the house out at the moment so probably won't get round to this until a later date.

Yale Smart Home Alarm, view & control kit - SR-340 now £180.27 instore at Homebase
LocalLocalFound 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Just saw this at my local Homebase (Bishop Auckland) they had a bunch left in stock perhaps about 4-5, I never bought it instead I bought the Sr-320 (none left in stock) as it seem… Read more

Picked one up in robroyston £94.50 (y) thanks op


No service charge, all devices connect via smart hub to wifi. The camera is motion triggered but image only, not video


Looks like a great deal of you can find it. Does it have a mobile sim in it or do I need to buy one. What's the service charge?


Got it. It’s still £350 on Amazon, amazing price!


Good deal, just bought last one in stock from newcastle. Think they still have the standard model in stock

Yale HSA6000 key fob £4.77 @ Homebase (C&C)
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
If anyone has recently bought one if the alarm kits that have been reduced at homebase grab yourself a key fob to go with it! Were half price and have just been halved again! Stock… Read more

Not compatible with the sr340 though is it?


Thanks for clarification, I didn't realise until now I actually bought the 868mhz one, it looks identical apart from the colour of the buttons.


Also Kingston branch had some..


Loads behind the counter in Epsom. I get two this morning and the sr340 and PIRs. Could be worth a call as they were out back not on display.


No these transmit at 433mhz. The Sr and Ef range work at 868mhz.

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Yale Smart Home Alarm Kit £94.50 @ Homebase Instore only
LocalLocalFound 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Just picked up from Homebase Wolverhampton. It is showing £189 but scanned only £94.50. Features Control via Smartphone - Arm/disarm and configure your alarm anytime, anywhere vi… Read more

Ended up getting the pir cameras also which links to alarms, some of the northern Ireland branches have some left as I got one for my parents today.


Picked one up along with the remote also for a fiver! Thanks


Picked one of these up in Crawley today. Thanks OP


Get one, they're great!


whats your vedict on this, ive reserved one over?

Yale cctv 720p 4x camera - £121 instore only @ Homebase
LocalLocalFound 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Great system we currently have a 2 camera 720p system that was £220 new, this is a fantastic price. Click and collect,

Thanks for that..it was driving me nuts :D


Bottom row, button second from the right looks like a video camera. Click that then there's a sliding bar underneath the image to choose the time. Hope that helps. Works well for me


Has anyone worked out how to playback footage on the yale cctv app (android)? I have no problem through the box on the tv but only seem to be able view live footage on phone :/ . Thanks


Have nearly finished installing mine now and a few pointers for those about to do theirs... 1) If you're going to use conduit to conceal the wires, use bigger than 20mm round. I would suggest at least 25mm round. The coax connectors especially are quite large (around 14mm diameter), then you've got to get the power cable and any other camera's cable (x2 each!) through the same gap. I used a 20mm masonry bit to punch a hole in my wall where the 4x camera cables come through, even this was tight pulling them through one at a time. 2) Tape the power connections where the camera power cable joins the 15m power cable - two of mine came loose during installation. The coax connectors have a locking mechanism that seems to work quite well. 3) If you're using conduit to hide the cables, use inspection junction boxes at joins in the cable - makes it easier to check the connections if you have any problems with (2) above or loss of signal. 4) Be careful with the coax connectors and rough handling, one of mine has fallen apart even with mild handling. Not sure how I'm going to fix this seeing as it's at the end of 15m of conduit! (annoyed)


a very good idea, but will it work well?? please report. Will take sometime for me to install

Yale Telecommunicating Alarm Kit £90 @ homebase
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Yale telecommunicating Alarm kit has been reduced to £90 (RRP£200) This is ideal for people who want to be in informed about unwanted guests in their house as this will ring you … Read more

Although these have gone from the web site there is still stock around. your local can check the in store stock to see if there are any near you. same for all the other Yale security products in this discount deal.


I installed this at the weekend. Not difficult to install. Need a decent drill to make 4 holes in the wall. Ensure to connect up to panel first and check reception before closing bellbox once mounted. Also make sure tamper switch is pressed against wall.


I wouldn't say it was difficult, 4 holes to drill. You can use the dummy box back as a template if you're worried about dropping it or anything, they're both identical except that one is missing the electronics. I was more worried about accidentally setting it off due to the tamper switches but all went smoothly, just follow the instructions. If heights are a problem see if you can get a friend to help; I was able to hang out of an upstairs window to do mine so no need for climbing ladders; also made it easier to reach to change the batteries (which lasted about 2 years).


Thanks for all the tips guys (y)


I bought this and cctv system too thanks . I just need to get the drill bit to drill in the wall for all the wires .

Yale Smart HD1080 2 Cam CCTV System £120 @ homebase
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Yale Smart HD1080 2 Cam CCTV System has been reduced to £120 (other retailer above £197). This system is ideal for your house or flat . I bought one for my terraced house as that'… Read more

Has anyone worked out how to playback footage on the yale cctv app (android)? I have no problem through the box on the tv but only seem to be able view live footage on phone :/ . Thanks


Ken@ How did you get on with yr cctv All ok?


It's x 1 of 2TB DVR Similarly the 720p one is x 1 of 1TB DVR They've just poorly formatted it


Box very easy to set up, but anyone know of any windows software that will allow you to access the box settings? The android/iOS app, and the web console are very very basic and limited. My old CCTV DVR this is replacing you can manage, view live feed, scroll through recordings, manage the settings with software.


I believe that's only 720p rather than 1080p

Yale 6200 Series Wireless Alarm Kit only £34 @ homebase instore
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
This basic wireless alarm kit is only £34 at home base , other major retailers selling this piece of kit for 90-100 pounds . even yale dummies cost 25-30 quid so its a bargain . th… Read more

Thanks op, I managed to get one


hot, thanks op...........managed to snag both this kit and the other 90 quid one from the Belfast (Shane Retail Park) store. they are always super excellent with reservations and have never let me down should note though that the sensors on this kit and the 90 quid tele-communicating kit do not seem to be compatible with each other for those who are building a "mega" kit. J


How did you do it? According to Yale: Yale HSA6200 - Siren Based Alarm System (This system can only have one working Siren Box) https://www.yale.co.uk/Yale/Yale_co_uk/Yale HSA6200 FAQ and FACTS.pdf


Yes - I have exactly this set up on my home - works perfectly.


Reserved online but got a call telling me not available. Tried a few other stores all around London. Same story. One of the store staff was kindly enough telling me they have them in stock at Bunnings Warehouse who apparently now owns Homebase. Called up Bunnings and the store actually have them in stock and can price match so I ended up with two sets for £61.20. Happy days!

Full Yale Smart Home Alarm with Camera £360.54 @ Amazon - Prime exclusive
Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
SR-340 Lowest price ever at Amazon. No monthly fee. Full system: 1 x Yale Smart Home Alarm Hub; 1 x Exterior Siren; 1 x Exterior Dummy Siren; 2x PIR Motion Detector; 1 x PIR Image/… Read more
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Just paid £180 for this at homebase.


Got it - the alarm isn’t that loud very flexible re install - no wires homebase just had a 1/3rd off additional bits to add - which made it very affordable camera isn’t great at all - 720p - not a video camera either - just takes a snapshot when activated can disable certain functions to prolong battery life


Just checked the online app and it say an firmware update is available so I'll do mine when I get home.


Overpriced for what it is. I bought the £170 version reduced to £130, has a larger more sturdier pad and telephone alerts, 2door contacts and 2 sensors along with siren and dummy box. Plus have cctv with remote viewing and email alerts for £130 and on the lookout for a standard indoor camera worth motion sensor with alerts/remote viewing for under £50. Personally feel I'm better off


Bought the one at 190 recently. Wondering whether to get this instead....good price.

Yale Smart Home Alarm Kit £189 @ Homebase
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
Features Control via Smartphone - Arm/disarm and configure your alarm anytime, anywhere via your Smartphone. Remote Viewing - PIR Image Camera captures images and displays on Smar… Read more

managed to get SR 340 for £180 today


Saw this at £56 in Homebase Lewes.Only saw 1 on shelf at back of shop. Bought the basic £34 kit.


It's not a pretty picture you paint, quite alarming :p My experience has been different. I had the EF telephone alert series but they're similar enough so here is my view. The sensors are pretty sensitive even at 8ft height for me (wife is 5ft but still triggers it). Most alarm PIRs are visible and look similar so looking awful really shouldn't be a reason to not buy something like this. However, a wired system will be equally as 'awful' looking with trunking and cables running throughout the house - I didn't want that and couldn't afford to hide it so got the Yale solution. Yes you have to replace batteries, it will inform you when that needs to happen and they last about 2 years which is pretty good and low maintenance. IMHO get this if you're looking for a low maintenance, good value, relatively low cost solution that can be DIY installed and if you want to avoid trunking and cables or builders plastering walls to hide cables etc which has its own cost. This is also a good option if you are renting and want to protect your contents and don't want to invest in a permanent solution - something like this can be installed and removed with little evidence of it being there. Not to mention you can take this to any new property. However, if you want something with 0 maintenance and don't mind the cables in sight (or can hide the cables or are getting the house rewired) and can afford the cost of a professionally fitted system then go for it - it's far superior.


I have had the EF-Series Telecommunicating Alarm Kit in the past - great product, easy to install and manage. Would recommend it. I think other's have mentioned that this one works on broadband and not telephone line (so won't call you but send you an alert on your app if your broadband is working). However, this is mostly a deterrent and most burglars are looking for quick wins/easy hits - they don't want confrontation or attention ever. Saying that, here are some tips since you're in the market for security: 1. Get timer based lights or plugs that switch a lamp on and off when you're away in the evening. You can get light boxes that mimic TVs behind curtains too. 2. Cut shorter any tall hedges that thieves can hide behind. 3. Get friendly with neighbours and give them your mobile and take there's in case of an emergency when either is out of town/home. 4. Use pebbles/stones in walkways or near fences - they make a lot of noise and put of thieves because they can't quietly creep up to the property. 5. Get CCTV (even fake ones) - the real thing is relatively cheap technology now - wireless ones exist and are plug and play. 6. Use signs on doors and windows which mention alarms. 7. If you're replacing locks soon, look for Secured By Design locks - the Met Police recommend these too. Multi-lock doors are good but there's no point if you can just bend the plastic/uPVC back (happened to me when a thief broke in with a screwdriver) so look for secure doors (these can be expensive!) like Rock Doors or Solidoors. 8. One of my favourite tips - get a large dog bowl and some dog toys and leave them near the back door and stick up "Beware of Dog" signs. That's enough to deter somebody from coming into your home uninvited. 9. Last but not least - get some LED solar lights up in dark areas like alley ways - they are practical but also a deterrent especially the ones that stay on during the night dimmed and light up brightly when they sense movement (PIR sensors). They do not work very well at night. Mpow and the likes do them and they're also relatively cheap and very effective. Hope this has helped somebody and hope nobody has to suffer from burglary and privacy invasion like that. (y)


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Found 25th MayFound 25th May
1/3 off many YALE products.
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Predictive text on s7 sucks it well known. But my bad for not correcting (embarrassed)




I totally agree, Bunnings brought in some very good quality different products at very good prices. What I can't understand is why they just didn't get on with the rebranding - my local ones are still trying to shift "Homebase" branded stock - they should have reduced all the old stock immediately and got rid of it, and rebranded the stores. A real shame to see this disappear.


Just ordered the last two of these. One for me and one for my sister


Only if it’s written on the side of a bus! ;) 🚌

Yale Smart Home Alarm SR-320 £189.00 @ Amazon
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
SR-320 Smart Home Alarm system from Yale. Included in the package is the smart hub, alarm, keypad, 2 motion detectors and 1 door sensor plus batteries and fittings. This is the l… Read more
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Mine still on both old systems and funny thing is when I press it to learn on the smart system I set an alarm off road the road. So if this fails I can just power the old system up and everything is still linked up.


Set it all up yesterday, great system, so easy to use. There is a 50 free SMS alert limit though!


Mine turned up yesterday. Took about 30 mins to install today. All items already paired. Easy setup. Great system so far


It's arrived and connected to Yale and noticed that the web version is stopping working on the 24th May (25th today) so don't expect that to stay live. Will run via the apps only. Can the internal sounder be turned off on the hub? I can't see it listed. It would send the dog crazy in the house going off. Notice it doesn't have a tamper on the hub but It will be either in a cupboard or upstairs now it doesn't have a keypad built in.


I thought they came paired in the box.

Found 6th MarFound 6th Mar
Down from £400 - Save £105! Product Information Guarantee - 2 years Comes with - 1x smart hub, 1x siren, 1x dummy siren, 1x PIR motion detector, 1x PIR image camera, 1x door or … Read more
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Just confirmed that ES is the new stock... so by far the best price out there on the Risco gear. (y)


Google Smanos alarm, there are many options and models. I went with the X.500 - pricing varies a lot, often discounted through places like Maplin.


Don't bother jumping in the car. They'd be long gone by the time you got back.


TBH i've only been looking into it these past few weeks since the Screwfix deal on the Yale. I have a detached house, with a dog... so the Risco one ticks all the boxes for me as all their PIRs are pet friendly, and you have to pay extra with Yale for that, it has mult-zones and multi PIN access, and also it comes with the fob which again Yale charges extra. Im going to add another door sensor, 2 more PIRs, a siren box for the rear of the property and maybe the smoke alarm (on top of the FireAngels i already have just for notification)... with all that, combined with CCTV, im sure thats the best i can do without going silly money through professional install. Risco seemed to get good reviews on most of the sites i looked at, im sure i read somewhere that their PIRs are made by Bosch, but dont quote me on that. Good reviews here: Risco Owner Reviews The electricshowroom link i gave seems to be the cheapest out there, but i am going to ring them and see if it is the older style as TLC Direct definately stock the new one, plus new addons. It worked out around £80 more expensive for the bits i needed from TLC, but id sooner pay the extra if required knowing its the latest versions if ES only have old stock. I work 10 mins from my house, so the free notifications via app will benefit me as i can jump in the car and be home asap if needed, false or not... baseball bat in hand (y)


Thanks for the response. Can you recommend any for a detached house. Any links please for the one u recommend based of features etc

20% off Yale Smart Accesories when you buy 4 or more at B&Q - online exclusive
Found 6th MarFound 6th Mar
B&Q have prices below most retail and with 20% represents a good deal if you have yale smart alarm and want to add more, such as the fob, panic alarm etc.
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Texecom Prem Elite or Honeywell Galaxy are both good systems, there are others as well. Depends on budget, spec, number of devices required and you're ability as a DIY'er. A 3rd party dialler can easily be added to any wired system. have a look at D I Y N O T forums in the alarm section for advise, lots of knowledgeable people there.


I've had a Yale wireless system for 6-7 years now and has performed superbly. The batteries last at least 2 years, even the 4 D cells in the siren unit which is exposed to all the temperature changes.


Thank you. Is there a DIY kit you could recommend? Local engineer wants £450 for a basic (No dialler). He said it would be more if he had to d the wiring do the wiring. Seems excessive to me


give notice to ADT then find a local alarm engineer to default the panel for you.


If you have the cables in place already then its a no brainer really, any grade 2 alarm will be miles better than this Yale system. Don't forget the on-going cost to replace wireless batteries as much as every 12 month depending on usage, you may also need on-going access to ladders to change the battery in the siren as well.

Yale flood led light with PIR £7 homebase - Poole
Found 20th JanFound 20th Jan
Yale flood light with PIR , 10m PIR range ,1200 lumens £7 plenty of stock in Homebase poole .

Yes tower park thanks


they have some by the till in the selly oak branch


Tower Park?


I got one in Chippenham, so presumably nationwide.


IP44 - if it's not installed in a well-protected area (such as under the eaves) you'll be cursing when it fails in a year.

Yale LED 600 Lm Floodlight - Black SKU: 388746 - Homebase (instore - Telford) - £4
LocalLocalFound 19th JanFound 19th Jan
Led floodlight - half a dozen left at Telford Homebase, probably national. Nice lights I have 2 rigged up to a PIR LED floodlight, to light up the driveway. Previously paid £9, I b… Read more
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I have a 10w luceco light from screwfix and easily lights my garden without being over the top and neighbour annoying. If I was buying again I'd getting a more powerful one but to say it's useless is a bit silly.


Good price but 600 lumens is what I get from a regular indoor bulb - this might be a little dim for a spotlight.


I saw three levels of power, not wattage but lumens. I think 1800 lumens were £10.


It's rubbish don't waste your money


It is probably a 10W LED, though might be slightly less. Here is a chart for ref.

Yale Smart Home Alarm, view & control kit - SR-340 was £580 now £399 instore at B&Q
LocalLocalFound 16th JanFound 16th Jan
Saw this on B&Q website, seems darn good deal for £181 off - checking Google it’s the cheapest around. Debating whether to spend the extra pounds for this kit over the smaller … Read more

That is the worry, until 2021, so it will work for 4 years (3 if you are pessimistic) but what happens after, given the history of the company will it discontinue server support then or near then. I personally would buy an alarm system that would last at least 10 years, some would argue it should last longer but 4 years is too short


Server has been announced to be operational until 2021 - I’ve installed mine and works a treat. Quite cool to link your CCTV and stuff to one hub!


amazon have offers on often with the price less than this. With Yale, you have to bear in mind they may stop support at any time and then you are left with potential junk


Bunnings have this for a few pounds cheaper. Update : only a 15p saving. Sorry


I would say set up is a bit of a learning curve to set up, but if you've rooted androids for over many years (and countless bootloops); a "smart alarm" isn't too hard to figure out. I would only recommend the product if you have the time to understand their logic of installation. Which is intuitive, but not uh.. "normal". It feels like they were constrained by knowledge or money to make it easier for end user.

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