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

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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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I purchased this last week, was able to pair fairly painlessly via Aeotec zstick 5 and homeassistant.
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Much better deal than last time. Smilie
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Using it with Smartthings and works well. Z-wave pairing is pretty easy. Hold the Silence/Test button push in the battery compartment, let go of button. Smartthing saw the device in seconds.
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I was convinced on the last deal. I am a very strong believer that all alarms need to be interconnected. These ones are not but can be paired to set off lights and send notification to other devices which I decided is enough for me. Of course if they were wired in as well as being z-wave it would be miles better but this is very good for the price. I picked up 10 to get my house up to date.
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Someone in the last thread said these are not California compliant?
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I just installed and synced seven of these to my Smart Things hub last night. Was real simple. I'm at work right now and can see all detectors show "Clear" and show battery life as well. Pretty cool stuff. I just bought a house and wanted the peace of mind to get alerts/notifications in the event of something happening. I went from 5 smoke detectors and 2 carbon monoxide to 7/7. All for ~$200 with the ability of having smart technology. Pretty happy with the deal and product overall.
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Bought four of these last week and I tell you what, they were a PITA to get connected to my Smarthings. Agree it would be nice if they would interconnect. Would also be nice if ST could texts to multiple people. I do have it set to turn all the lights on in the house though.

Not sure if it's a good buy or not, but I'm a nerd for this technology so had to get them. Hopefully I never have to use them!
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Someone in the last thread said these are not California compliant?
Any combination detector is typically junk. They'll work no issues, but they don't excel at either detection. Personally, I wouldn't risk it dedicated detectors for fire and CO2. I don't take a chance when it's safety related.
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I was convinced on the last deal. I am a very strong believer that all alarms need to be interconnected. These ones are not but can be paired to set off lights and send notification to other devices which I decided is enough for me. Of course if they were wired in as well as being z-wave it would be miles better but this is very good for the price. I picked up 10 to get my house up to date.
Same here. For the cost of one Nest Protect, I ended up buying 6 of this for the house. We don't have basements here in CA so we hear the alarm just fine coming from downstairs or vice versa.
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If it were hardwired with battery backup I'd be all over it.

I'm really not sure why they don't have a variant of it.
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Same here. For the cost of one Nest Protect, I ended up buying 6 of this for the house. We don't have basements here in CA so we hear the alarm just fine coming from downstairs or vice versa.
That's exactly what I was thinking... I recently got the nest for 80$ from Lowe's but I get 4 of these for that cost... But I guess I will have to spend 50$ more for the Smart things...
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Someone in the last thread said these are not California compliant?
For safety it has to be hard wired device and All detectors connected so if one triggers all are triggered. I would use these as a secondary backup not as a primary one. The smoke detectors need to be on top like ceiling and co2 around eye level so a combination is not a good idea. As I mentioned it's great as a backup as you can see the status when away from home but rely on the primary device when at home.
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