Smoke alarms are great for alerting people that a fire has broken out so they can get out of harm’s way and alert the authorities.
But what happens if there’s no one home when a fire breaks out. Sure, you could rely on your neighbors to raise the alarm, but by that point your house and its precious contents will likely be well ablaze. The FireText Smoke Alarm will let you know if your house is going up in smoke wherever you may be by sending a text message to up to four mobile phone numbers as soon as it detects smoke.
According to ELS Limited, the company behind the FireText Smoke Alarm, there is a domestic fire every eight minutes in the U.K. and 15 percent of house fires occur in vacant properties. The battery-powered FireText features a SIM card slot so it can send a user-defined text message to up to four recipients when it detects smoke with its photoelectric smoke detector. The unit will also function as a traditional smoke alarm, belting out an 85db alarm in the event of a fire. It is also insect proof and guaranteed for two years.