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Tools.Woot has 3-Pack Kidde Nighthawk Plug-In Carbon Monoxide Alarm w/ Battery Backup (KN-COPP-3) on sale for $62.49 after coupon code MONKEYTIME. Shipping is free for Prime Members, otherwise is $6 flat-rate. Thanks CChoiVA & Thundersleet
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  • The digital readout of the Kidde Plug-In Digital Carbon Monoxide Alarm with 9-Volt Backup continuously displays carbon monoxide levels from 30 to 999 parts per million (PPM) and will sound an 85 dB alarm when dangerous levels are reached. Protection continues during power outages thanks to a 9-volt battery backup. -TheAnarchist
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Tools.Woot [woot.com] has 3-Pack Kidde Nighthawk Plug-In Carbon Monoxide Alarm w/ Battery Backup (KN-COPP-3) on sale for $64.99. Shipping is free for Prime Members, otherwise is $6 flat-rate.
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Seems like you're the one that needs to do more research - https://support.firstalert.com/s/...-CO-alarms
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Why these aren't more of a thing?
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Why these aren't more of a thing?
Because most people buy 10 year units that detect both smoke and carbon dioxide. Some large cities (Philadelphia) provide them for free to citizens who contact their Fire Department's Fire Prevention unit. They will also even come out and install it for you. Outside of that, I assume it's one of those 'it's not an issue until it's an issue' mentality.
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yes these should be more popular
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It just boggles me that a lot of people I have talked to are not even sure they have a carbon monoxide detector at their homes. Many people still think they can smell it and don't realize that carbon monoxide is odorless!
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Code MONKEYTIME took $2.50 off for me. Give it a try.
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Also why take up an outlet when you have to put a battery in it anyways?
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Also why take up an outlet when you have to put a battery in it anyways?
Because it could save your life and your family. That's why it takes up an outlet. Unplug your cell phone charger if you only have one outlet in your entire house.
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Too bad the combo detectors should not be allowed, carbon monoxide if it reaches the detector on the ceiling, you might as well be sleeping for ever. Carbon monoxide detectors should be at the level of your receptacles near the floor. That is your best detector. Do more research and save yourselves.
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Too bad the combo detectors should not be allowed, carbon monoxide if it reaches the detector on the ceiling, you might as well be sleeping for ever. Carbon monoxide detectors should be at the level of your receptacles near the floor. That is your best detector. Do more research and save yourselves.
Seems like you're the one that needs to do more research - https://support.firstalert.com/s/...-CO-alarms
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Too bad the combo detectors should not be allowed, carbon monoxide if it reaches the detector on the ceiling, you might as well be sleeping for ever. Carbon monoxide detectors should be at the level of your receptacles near the floor. That is your best detector. Do more research and save yourselves.
Check your facts. Carbon monoxide is (barely) lighter than air. More importantly, it dissipates quickly, so placement isn't super important, especially in terms of height. However it isn't a bad idea to have one generally near potential CO sources.
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Too bad the combo detectors should not be allowed, carbon monoxide if it reaches the detector on the ceiling, you might as well be sleeping for ever. Carbon monoxide detectors should be at the level of your receptacles near the floor. That is your best detector. Do more research and save yourselves.
actually not. i did some research regarding that matter since kidde sells a combo smoke and CO unit that attaches to the ceiling. carbon monoxide is not heavier than air. it actually mixes quite easily to surrounding atmosphere so placing a CO detector above receptacle level is perfectly fine.
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Also why take up an outlet when you have to put a battery in it anyways?
battery backup in case of power outage.
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amazon has a similar [amazon.com]unit for $15 when it goes on sale. and it frequently goes on sale. it does not have the CO level display but why would anybody want that feature when you have to evacuate when the alarm goes off. i would not stay and watch it reach 999 PPM.
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