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Combination of smoke and carbon monoxide protection that alerts you whether you are home or away (Z-wave compatible). Meets UL standards and backed by a 7 year limited warranty w/ purchase - Discombobulated

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Amazon.com has First Alert 2-In-1 Z-Wave Smoke Detector & Carbon Monoxide Alarm on sale for $26.54. Shipping is free for Prime members.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00KMHXFAI

Was previously FP for $33.99
https://slickdeals.net/f/10663244-first-alert-2-in-1-z-wave-smoke-detector-carbon-monoxide-alarm-33-99-free-shipping-amazon-com
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Last Edited by Killerz December 4, 2017 at 05:07 AM
$27 for something that might save your life. Well worth it people. While you are at it, pick up a fire extinguisher. $50 is worth saving your life and property. CO detectors have lifespans of about 7-10 years. The newer ones warn you when they need to be changed but the old ones don't. Check the back of your unit for end of life information.

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Note that these do not wirelessly communicate to each other, such that if one alarm is triggered, the other ones also sound. They only connect to the hub.
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I have this detector. One thing to note is that your TV remote or any IR remote for thar matter will set it off unless you go through a procedure to disable that feature.

Couldn't figure it out for a few days when it would randomly go off until one day I noticed it was whenever I turned my volume up on my TV. It's supposed to be a way to remotely test the unit but in my case it was more obnoxious than helpful. Once I turned it off it was fine. Woke up the baby a few times before figuring it out so hope this helps someone else.
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$27 for something that might save your life. Well worth it people. While you are at it, pick up a fire extinguisher. $50 is worth saving your life and property. CO detectors have lifespans of about 7-10 years. The newer ones warn you when they need to be changed but the old ones don't. Check the back of your unit for end of life information.
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Note that these do not wirelessly communicate to each other, such that if one alarm is triggered, the other ones also sound. They only connect to the hub.
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Thanks OP! Got another one
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Sweet, thanks! Grabbed a couple more.
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Thanks OP, ended up being $22.56 after a 15% off coupon (15% off your first tool purchase).

Note that this is not Wink compatible. It should be Smart Things, Iris, and Vera compatible.
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great price in for two, thanks OP!
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Are these California SB 745 compliant? After July 1, 2014, any smoke alarm installed that is solely battery powered MUST contain a non-removable battery that is rated to last 10 years.

I didn't see anywhere in the description that the battery was rated for 10 years.
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Good deal, thank you.
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Thanks OP. This is the best price I've seen.

Grabbed my 5th one.
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Got 2, thanks!
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Thank you. Just order 2x.
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Are these California SB 745 compliant? After July 1, 2014, any smoke alarm installed that is solely battery powered MUST contain a non-removable battery that is rated to last 10 years.

I didn't see anywhere in the description that the battery was rated for 10 years.
Good to know. This one uses AA batteries.
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