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6-Pk Kidde 120V Inter-Connectable Hardwire Ionization Smoke Alarms EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 6-Pack Kidde 120-Volt Inter-Connectable Hardwire Ionization Smoke Alarms w/ 9-Volt Battery Backup (21006373) on sale for $43.20. Shipping is free or select free ship-to-store pickup where available. Thanks fiveohmxco

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Replacing our 14 year old smoke alarms in the house (5 in total) due to upcoming baby. Found what seems to be a pretty sweet deal at Home Depot for new version of direct replacements for what we need (Replacing Model 1275). 6 pack for $43.20, which is $7.20 a piece! Was able to get free shipping automatically also.

These are Kidde i12040. Amazon has them for $13.50 each.

20% off deal is only through April 30th (tomorrow)

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Kidde.../100179554
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Read this before buying these. Photoelectric smoke detectors are far superior to these which are ionization. Worth the extra cost IMHO.

http://www.propertyevaluation.net...ences.html
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Not true. Dying is often free. (burial is expensive for those who live after you though...)
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For slow burn fires, yes. For fast burn, ionization is better. Right, wrong, or in different, I think it's best to mix. I put ionization in bedrooms and photo electric in the hallways and common areas, all inter connected of course.
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Read this before buying these. Photoelectric smoke detectors are far superior to these which are ionization. Worth the extra cost IMHO.

http://www.propertyevaluation.net...ences.html
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Just a warning that these can't be used in Massachusetts to satisfy building/fire code requirements because they are ionizations alarms.
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Carbon Monoxide Alarm is so expensive.
$49 for one??

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Kidde.../202188174
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I bought mine on eBay as a set which you can find for less than $50 each. I paid like $25 each I think, they were not new, but less than 1 year old. Co2+Photo. Manufacture date is stamped on the sticker so always look for that when you buy.
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Read this before buying these. Photoelectric smoke detectors are far superior to these which are ionization. Worth the extra cost IMHO.

http://www.propertyevaluation.net...ences.html
For slow burn fires, yes. For fast burn, ionization is better. Right, wrong, or in different, I think it's best to mix. I put ionization in bedrooms and photo electric in the hallways and common areas, all inter connected of course.
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Carbon Monoxide Alarm is so expensive.
$49 for one??

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Cheaper than dying.
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Not true. Dying is often free. (burial is expensive for those who live after you though...)
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Just a warning that these can't be used in Massachusetts to satisfy building/fire code requirements because they are ionizations alarms.
And in CA they give you cancer!
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And in CA they give you cancer!
It's odd that everything becomes cancer in CA but not anywhere else. Makes me wonder why people are moving to east coast
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It's odd that everything becomes cancer in CA but not anywhere else. Makes me wonder why people are moving to east coast
It contains 0.9 microcurie of Americium 241, a radioactive material.
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Becareful with Kidde photocell alarms, I have them in my new home and the builder put these dawm kiddes that gives false alarms...have had a few false alarms in past two months. Scare the shiet out of the kids cuz one goes on they all go on.

Kidde is known for their faulty products
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In Calif we need CO alarms too. $250.00 for one if it has a light on it (Deaf)
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Becareful with Kidde photocell alarms, I have them in my new home and the builder put these dawm kiddes that gives false alarms...have had a few false alarms in past two months. Scare the shiet out of the kids cuz one goes on they all go on.

Kidde is known for their faulty products
I have had mine for 9 months and never a false alarm. I know the ionization alarms tend to go off when you burn toast or have a hot steamy shower but not photoelectric. Used to have false alarms regularly until I went photoelectric.
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