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Costco Members: 3-Pack First Alert Z-Wave Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarms EXPIRED

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Online Price $99.99
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Features:
Works With Ring Alarm System and Samsung Smart Things
Works With Nexia Home Intelligence and Other Z-Wave Systems
Sends Mobile Alerts and Emails When You Are Home or Away
Photoelectric Smoke Sensor, Electrochemical Carbon Monoxide Sensor
Includes Test/Silence Button, 7-Year Limited Warranty

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I bought this previously, and had a false fire alarm randomly go off in the middle of the night. Since it was linked to my Ring alarm, the main unit started blaring. It was very disorienting and scary not knowing if the fire alarm was the cause or if someone was breaking in. Luckily, Ring called me to ask if there was a fire before notifying the fire station.

Check the reviews on Amazon, this problem of false alarms is far too common. I had to disconnect mine because I was worried of what would happen if I am not home to confirm a false alarm. Overall, I can't recommend this and hope Ring comes out with a product on par with the Nest smoke detector.
Got a bunch of these last time they were on sale. Can't get them to connect to SmartThings since Samsung forced us to use the new ST app.
So I was looking at these before because I was buying into the Ring infrastructure and wanted to monitor my CO/Fire alarms, but then decided against this.

1-from the reviews I read they are not interconnected... Yes they are Z-wave and I'm sure you can set up some fancy interconnected through Z-wave system, but that is just complication for what should be a simple plug and play make it work device.

2-So for ring owners, just having an interconnected fire/co alarm system + 1 co/fire alarm sensor does the trick. And is usually cheaper. I paid $150 for a set of 6 Kidde Fire/Co Alarm wired w/ battery backup. The beauty about the alarm sensor is that it works with any brand. And you aren't reliant or stuck on buying z-wave alarms if you need more or one fails down the road.

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Combo smoke and CO detector -pack of 3
Works with Ring and z-wave
$79.99 shipping included


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Works out-of-box with Hubitat.
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Purchased last time they were on sale at costco for $80. Great deal. Use them with Ring Alarm.
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Seems like a good deal. Currently $40 a piece of Amazon.
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Any chance Amazon will PM? Did they do it last time?
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Got a bunch of these last time they were on sale. Can't get them to connect to SmartThings since Samsung forced us to use the new ST app.
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Was pretty easy to get them running with the Ring alarm and works great once they're up.
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Sorry for the newb ?. So all these need to send you an alert is to connect to your router and choose a specific app to send the alerts?

I love that I ask a simple ? and get a thumb down. Unreal.
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So I was looking at these before because I was buying into the Ring infrastructure and wanted to monitor my CO/Fire alarms, but then decided against this.

1-from the reviews I read they are not interconnected... Yes they are Z-wave and I'm sure you can set up some fancy interconnected through Z-wave system, but that is just complication for what should be a simple plug and play make it work device.

2-So for ring owners, just having an interconnected fire/co alarm system + 1 co/fire alarm sensor does the trick. And is usually cheaper. I paid $150 for a set of 6 Kidde Fire/Co Alarm wired w/ battery backup. The beauty about the alarm sensor is that it works with any brand. And you aren't reliant or stuck on buying z-wave alarms if you need more or one fails down the road.
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Sorry for the newb ?. So all these need to send you an alert is to connect to your router and choose a specific app to send the alerts?
No. They need to connect to a ring Alarm or something else... They're not Wi-Fi
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Sorry for the newb ?. So all these need to send you an alert is to connect to your router and choose a specific app to send the alerts?
They need to be set up with Z-wave capable automation controller, Samsung Smart Things, Vera etc. I have older model paired with Vera Plus. The controller will send alerts/emails.
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I bought this previously, and had a false fire alarm randomly go off in the middle of the night. Since it was linked to my Ring alarm, the main unit started blaring. It was very disorienting and scary not knowing if the fire alarm was the cause or if someone was breaking in. Luckily, Ring called me to ask if there was a fire before notifying the fire station.

Check the reviews on Amazon, this problem of false alarms is far too common. I had to disconnect mine because I was worried of what would happen if I am not home to confirm a false alarm. Overall, I can't recommend this and hope Ring comes out with a product on par with the Nest smoke detector.
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