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Costco - Kidde Hardwired Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm - 3-pack $69.99

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$69.99 After $20 OFF - Kidde Hardwired Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm, 3-pack

https://www.costco.com/.product.1360540.html

Features:
Hardwire installation required, with sealed 3V lithium battery backup for 10-year life of the alarm.
Voice Warning - Warns of hazard by announcing "Fire!" or "Warning, Carbon Monoxide."
Intelligent Sensor Technology - Reduces nuisance alarms and offers fast response to real fires.
Test/Hush Button Functions - A single button that tests alarm circuitry and temporarily silences nuisance alarms.
Alerts user when the unit has detected CO concentrations of 100ppm or higher.
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This looks good anyone have any inputs? I need to change about 12 of these all around my house.


I did buy 3 that are interconnected by not hardwired to put in locations where there wasn't much coverage.



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Alright,


Did a lot of reading on forums and Amazon and it looks like these units are good but people complained about a lot of false alarms. Looks like people opened these to find insects in the detection chambers which more than likely caused the alarms.


https://www.amazon.com/Kidde-i201...merReviews


I guess the search continues and am now looking to most likely get these units:https://www.costco.com/First-Aler...90875.html


These seems to be Photoelectric as opposed to Ionic for the Kidde. I wanted a 10 year alarm but everything I am reading looks to be issues with the sealed batteries and whats the point of these over engineered units if they keep getting false alarms and battery issues.



I guess I'll be buying 9V bats and changing it the old fashioned way every year or so.


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Alright,


Did a lot of reading on forums and Amazon and it looks like these units are good but people complained about a lot of false alarms. Looks like people opened these to find insects in the detection chambers which more than likely caused the alarms.


https://www.amazon.com/Kidde-i201...merReviews


I guess the search continues and am now looking to most likely get these units:https://www.costco.com/First-Aler...90875.html


These seems to be Photoelectric as opposed to Ionic for the Kidde. I wanted a 10 year alarm but everything I am reading looks to be issues with the sealed batteries and whats the point of these over engineered units if they keep getting false alarms and battery issues.



I guess I'll be buying 9V bats and changing it the old fashioned way every year or so.


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FYI those you linked are not hardwired, which may be required in some states
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FYI those you linked are not hardwired, which may be required in some states

Arghh, yea I am reading a lot of reviews and even that one is not that great.


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