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Home Depot has 4-Count Nest Protect Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detector (Wired or Battery Powered) on sale for $340.80 (discount taken in cart). Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks g0bez

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Home Depot has 2pk of Nest Protect (Battery and wired) for $190, making them $95/each:

Battery:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Googl.../301102027

Wired:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Googl.../301101968

This is the same price per device as I've seen listed here at Target (via brickseek), but this price is available for order straight from Home Depot's website (in-store pickup or free delivery).

Plus, if you add two nest products (like two 2-packs) to your cart, they'll take an extra 20% off one of the items for a pre-tax price of $340.80, or $85 per detector.

I just happened to be searching for 4 more of these for my home and stumbled upon this, so I don't know the details of how long this sale price or extra 20% will last. (I didn't even know about the 20% until I was in the cart.)

Edit: it was reported that you can't mix/match the 2 nest products to get the 20%, so you would specifically need to buy 2+ of the same nest items to get that extra discount.
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Being able to monitor, get alerts, self tests, silence an alarm from cooking smoke in kitchen, and see alarm/selftest history on your smartphone, and a motion activated night-light.
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1. Low Battery. Instead of just a high pitch sound where you have to spend time figuring out where it is while the dog barks crazy, the Nest Protect will alert you on phone which battery is low. No need for that high pitch sound. Why do I list this as #1? Well because this is where you will find a lot of people just pulling the battery out of the unit (if the unit is battery operated it no longer works, if wired it will no longer work if power is out). This is very dangerous and defeats the purpose and causes a lot of deaths (besides the smoke alarm just being older than 10 years).
2. Two types of smoke alarms ionization or photoelectric. You are supposed to have a mix in a house (most do not as you usually buy one brand and it is usually one type (think costco, photoelectric). Nest protect is photoelectric but will attempt to do the ionization with a blue sensor thing.
3. Smoke alarm vs carbon monoxide, nest protect does both (you can purchase regular ones that do both but prob more expensive than the $30 you chose). Next up interconnect (makes them all sound so you can hear it anywhere in house). Most of the battery operated ones do not have this feature (wired usually do). Think Costco, battery operated and does not have it. Nest protect does.
4. Self test. A smoke alarm is supposed to be tested once a month (almost no one ever does this, you are lucky if someone tests them once in the lifetime). Nest Protect runs a monthly test that can be canceled or turned off it desired.
5. Away from home notifications. Nest protect does this, your $30 one will not. Smoke in the kitchen..uh significant other cooking etc. You may be able to get home in time (depending on where you are) and help prevent a fire and/or prevent a death. This is useful in case you are also out somewhat close and get carbon monoxide warning and have any animals you may want to save. Call Fire Department for this stuff is serious.
6. Night light. Nest Protect have a night light feature that gives a little light. Very useful when not wanting to turn lights on or if in case a fire and power goes off to see where you are going to get out.
7. Talking voices. Nest Protect talk to you for a warning instead of just going off. Easier to wake up to this, easier when its smoke in kitchen.
8. Location. Nest Protect let you program them to a location so it will say smoke in the kitchen fire in the bedroom etc. Some cheaper units do let you know the location but if they are not interconnected not really useful.
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Great deal, allowing you to avoid the hassle and variability with price matching the Target deal and probably (hopefully) getting newer stock. If I hadn't just installed all 9 of the ones I just bought from the Target deal, I'd go this route!
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Great deal, allowing you to avoid the hassle and variability with price matching the Target deal and probably (hopefully) getting newer stock.
Agreed about avoiding the hassle! That's exactly how I stumbled on this deal.

They'll be here tomorrow, so we'll see about the manufacture date.
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Thanks, I need 8 more for my house. I might finally pull the trigger.
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Grabbed 8 (4 packs of 2). All in with free shipping and after state taxes I paid $92 per unit.
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Costco will occasionally run sales for $160 for two. But this seems to be a good deal if you need them now.
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What's the main advantage of spending extra $$$ then conventional smoke detector that sells for under $30 each?
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Thanks! Ordered from Costco as well early in the week. Lets see who has "better" date.. of manufactured.
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I have pack of three of them for 260, Let me know if you need them.

PLease let me know where i can find the manufacture date.
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Meh...
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What's the main advantage of spending extra $$$ then conventional smoke detector that sells for under $30 each?
Being able to monitor, get alerts, self tests, silence an alarm from cooking smoke in kitchen, and see alarm/selftest history on your smartphone, and a motion activated night-light.
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What's the main advantage of spending extra $$$ then conventional smoke detector that sells for under $30 each?
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WiFi, greenish night light, works near steamy bathroom, monthly email that your smoke detector didn't detect anything
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I have pack of three of them for 260, Let me know if you need them.

PLease let me know where i can find the manufacture date.
On the underside of the nest protect. You have to open the packaging.

I kind of wish I bought the battery ones. I purchased 10 of the wired ones back when the msrp was $99, and the Lowe's coupons still worked. Now we are moving (I installed standard ones so I can take these with me) and our next house is much older. There isn't 10 places to wire these, but if I had battery ones, I could put them more places.

Oh well.
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Being able to monitor, get alerts, self tests, silence an alarm from cooking smoke in kitchen, and see alarm/selftest history on your smartphone, and a motion activated night-light.
And if you have a nest thermostat, it can turn off your hvac if a fire is detected.
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