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Target Cartwheel: Google Nest Protect Smart Smoke Detector EXPIRED

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Target has Google Nest Protect Smart Smoke Detector (wired or battery) on sale for $89.25 when you follow the steps below. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks gramacc

Note, availability for store pickup will vary and may be limited. There is a purchase limit of 1.

Steps:
  1. Click here to sign into Target Cartwheel (or via iOS or Android App)
  2. Add the 25% Off Google Nest Protect offer
  3. Click here and add Google Nest Protect (Wired or Battery) to cart
  4. Select "Check other stores" to choose a store that has availability for store pickup (otherwise you may purchase in-stores [Store Locator]
  5. Sign in to your Target account and continue to checkout
  6. Total will be $119 - 25% Off Cartwheel offer = $89.25 + Free Store Pickup 
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  • A Target REDcard entitles you to 5% off most items, free shipping for online orders, and an extended return period.
  • Cartwheel offer is valid through 8/10/19 or while supplies last.

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Look at the serial number. It will say something like 5218 on it. The first two numbers are the week it was made, the last two the year. Mine were made last week of 2018 hence the example. 0818 would be the eighth week of 2018.
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Target has old stock of nest. Best you will get is late 2017, early 2018 devices and these stop working 10 years from date on the device. I checked 4 stores and except 2 of them, they were all old.
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Target has old stock of nest. Best you will get is late 2017, early 2018 devices and these stop working 10 years from date on the device. I checked 4 stores and except 2 of them, they were all old.
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Yep. Checked mine at newest was Jan2018. Your basically getting the same price per year but 7 or 8 instead of 10. Make it easier to switch over I guess but just replacing them earlier.
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I checked several stores as well, wish they would print the date on the box as well. Bought 4 of them in 3 different stores and returned them all, dates were between April and September of 2016
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Look at the serial number. It will say something like 5218 on it. The first two numbers are the week it was made, the last two the year. Mine were made last week of 2018 hence the example. 0818 would be the eighth week of 2018.
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The date is on the box. Check for 4 numbers after "AC" in the serial number. The first 2 digits are week number and the last 2 digits are year, so AC0219 means 2nd week of 2019.
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I got 2 from target but dates where 2016.. pass. Ordered from Costco and dates were 0819, meaning 8th week of 2019.
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Cartwheel coupon worked for me, thanks. I actually opened the app, added the coupon and then added the item to my cart, then closed app and went to my airline's shopping portal, searched Target and clicked through that link to Target.com where the website still had my Nest Protect in the cart. Checked out and got 2 airline miles/dollar spent plus the 25% off coupon. 👍👍
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How sensitive are these? Would you need to have several in your home like a regular smoke/CO protector? I'm assuming so. That would be very costly to have in each room. I already have hardwired smoke detectors that came with my home, but they don't detect CO and they aren't smart alarms that will notify me on my phone of an issue. I just don't want to spend a fortune on these for every room. If the sensors lasted indefinitely—no problem, but buying several every 10 years is very cost-prohibitive.
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