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Amazon has the First Alert 2-In-1 Z-Wave Smoke Detector & Carbon Monoxide Alarm (ZCOMBO) on sale for $34.18 with free shipping.

This is the lowest price in at least a year. Compatible with Ring alarm and Samsung SmartThings (and likely other Z-Wave hubs).

Link: https://www.amazon.com/First-Aler...B00KMHXFAI
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Last Edited by Dealzcat April 21, 2019 at 10:55 AM
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I'm having trouble adding mine to my ring setup. I'm holding the add button as I close the battery slot but the hub never finds it. Did you do anything different?

I figured it out. I had to reset the unit first by holding the button until I got 1 beep and then a second long beep. Once you do that it will pair when you follow the pairing instructions.

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I believe if your smoke detectors are WIRED they would meet the requirements. However, based on what we heard on our local news anything with a tradition battery (ie. AA batteries, 9 volt etc) will mot need the requirement
The local media tend to gloss over the exceptions stated in the law. In NY, these alarms are indeed excluded from the law because of the use of radio frequency.
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Just a friendly PSA from a fireman, please make sure you have enough smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors, many people also dont know they go bad, so if you have them already take a look on the back of them they will have an end of life date, if it's close replace it please.

These things and keeping bedroom doors shut while sleeping are some of the best things you can do to help in the event you have a fire, and carbon monoxide kills people far more often then you would think based on the news, don't let it happen to you or your family.

Looks like a pretty good deal, even if it's not the best it's ever been, if it's time for one you should just be getting it not waiting around for a better deal, it only takes one bad day.

Sorry off my soapbox
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Would it work with any general z wave hub then? I have frontpoint alarm system so would like to add more to our home. Tia
The model in the 3-pack sold at Costco that is on sale for $80 does not have Z-Wave, unfortunately.
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The model in the 3-pack sold at Costco that is on sale for $80 does not have Z-Wave, unfortunately.
Here is the link to similar one from Costco. The 3 pack is for $99.99 so still cheaper than this deal for someone wanting to buy at least 3 of these.
https://www.costco.com/First-Alert-Z-Wave-Smoke-and-Carbon-Monoxide-Alarm-3-pack.product.100487243.h... [costco.com]
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Have 2 for over an year. 1 false alarm so far. Main issue for me is incompatibility with rechargeable batteries - all 500 series Z-Wave chips trigger low battery at 2.6 volts. These can't last any more than 6 months on ENELOOPs before they start beeping annoyingly..
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I've got four of these in my house, tied into my Ring Alarm. They occasionally drop to $35 on Amazon, and that's what I've paid. No problems with false alarms. I put lithium AAs in to start. Recommended.
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I've got four of these in my house, tied into my Ring Alarm. They occasionally drop to $35 on Amazon, and that's what I've paid. No problems with false alarms. I put lithium AAs in to start. Recommended.
How long do you figure they'll last w. lithium AAs?
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I have six of these in my house. They are all added to SmartThings and you can name each one by their room name so you can quickly identify which room the issue is in. I like that they use AA batteries over the 9V. My only complaint is that you cannot set these up to all sound together like the wired system that mine replaced. If one goes off you cannot make it trigger the other detectors to go off. Through SmartThings you can get a notification and/or sound a security alarm. I also have a routine setup to turn on all egress route lighting to make it easier to get out of the house in case there's a fire at night.
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although I don't get the point of this because I believe that carbon monoxide is a heavy gas and stays close to floor, I would rather have it lower.
Having said that I have this at my house as well and it malfunctioned last week (three chirps) I disconnected it and called their number and they shipped me a new one without any issues.
This is incorrect. CO2 is lighter than air. Ceiling placement is fine. Google national fire protection association
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Looking for a deal on a regular smoke + co2 alarm. They're like $35 for the first alerts. Any deals for sub $20??? I need a few. Thanks.
Home Depot Kiddle for $24.85 [homedepot.com]
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I got 5 or 6 of these when they were $27. Two have failed, the others won't stay connected to the ADT SmartThings hub more than a day or two. They did stay connected to the Samsung V2 hub I used previously.
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$34 for 1 or $125 for a 2 pack. It's a tough choice.
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Could anyone recommend a decent smoke alarm for someone who Vapes? I've never had a single issues with my parents hardwire system, but I bought my own place a year ago and the cheap ionization alarms are still being triggered by my vape smoke occasionally.
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Wired one not for sale?
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