Kidde Smoke Alarm & Carbon Monoxide Detector Pack

Stock Number: ES1540694

Manufactured by Kidde

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (28 customers)

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Kidde Smoke Alarm & Carbon Monoxide Detector Pack

This Kidde smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detector pack will provide protection for your family and home. You might not like to think that a fire in the home could happen to you, but with this essential pack you will soon know if your house is under threat.

Carbon monoxide is odorless, tasteless and invisible – it’s a silent killer! The only safe way to know if carbon monoxide is present is to install carbon monoxide detectors (alarms) on every level of your home and in sleeping areas.

Specification:

 

Carbon Monoxide Detector Features:

  • Test / reset button - allows quick and easy testing of alarm operation
  • Loud alarm - designed to wake you
  • Warning signal when battery needs replacing
  • The battery power continues to work during a power outage if they have been replaced regularly
  • Easy to fit and use
  • 7 Year sensor life - will automatically alert you that it is time to replace
  • Requires 3 x AA size batteries - included

Smoke Alarm Features:

  • Test button & LED for easy testing of battery and alarm operation
  • Loud alarm alerts you to danger
  • The battery power continues to work during a power outage if they have been replaced regularly
  • Warning signal when battery needs replacing
  • Easy to set up and use - mounting bracket supplied
  • Requires 1 x 9V battery - included

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (28 customers)
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  • quality product at sensible price

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    By - Hampshire

    Excellent product and service as always. Will use again
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    By - elaneyj@aol.com

    Fitted the alarms in my holiday caravan. Easy to fit and great feeling of safety for the family.
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    By - Surrey

    Good as anything from big names company only missing thing was a light that shines down when activated which was my mistake for not noticing before purchase.First order did not arrive at all, informed the company,had to wait for the first ten days from order date before they sent the replacement which arrived soon after

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  • Q Are these alarms just battery or mains + battery back up? 1 Answer

    By DJM - United Kingdom - 07 May 2015

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      These detectors are battery only.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 07 May 2015

  • Q Does this alarm comply with the legislation coming in soon for alarms fitted by owners when renting out accommodation? 1 Answer

    By Sue - 06 May 2015

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      We have been unable to find details on what is required to meet the proposed legislation at this time.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 06 May 2015

  • Q Is this pack suitable for a touring caravan? 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - Northampton - 16 November 2014

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      These will monitor and warn of any smoke or build up of carbon monoxide from cooking or heating but will not warn of leaking Butane or Propane gasses.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 17 November 2014

  • Q Kidde Smoke alarm and CO detector 1 Answer

    How many Smoke Alarms and CO detectors does the pack contain ?

    By Kapo - Jersey - 19 October 2013

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      one smoke alarm and one carbon monoxide detector.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 21 October 2013

  • Q How are the alarms fitted to the ceiling? Which are the best rooms to have them fitted? land where is the best place to fit them in the room? 1 Answer

    My house was built in 1900 and has the original ceilings so they are quite delicate. Hence the first question re: ease/type of fitting.

    By hopeless - 18 October 2013

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      Follow this link: http://www.fireservice.co.uk/safety/smoke-alarms This will give you lots of usefull information for this subject.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 21 October 2013