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Amazon.com has First Alert Z-Wave Smoke Detector & Carbon Monoxide Alarm (2nd Generation, 1044807) on sale for $31.39. Shipping is free.

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  • Help keep your family safe with this battery-powered smoke detector and carbon monoxide alarm; includes 2 AA batteries
  • This device is certified to work with Ring; Enjoy improved compatibility, easier setup and a seamless in-app experience. Receive real-time notifications in the Ring App when smoke or carbon monoxide is detected
  • The Z-Wave Plus with Smart Start feature allows a faster and more intuitive connection of device to hub and on-boarding via QR code scan located on device
  • Certified to work with smart home systems such as Ring Alarm, Samsung SmartThings, and Nexia Home Intelligence when connected to a Z-Wave Plus gateway hub (sold separately; Not compatible with Wink or Onelink)
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Amazon has the First Alert Z-Wave Smoke Detector & Carbon Monoxide Alarm, Works with Ring Alarm, 2nd Generation on sale for $31.39

Works with all Z-wave hubs like Amazon Ring and Samsung Smartthings.

Lowest price according to CCC. From the reviews, 2 AA batteries last about a year.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 In Stock Mar 22
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A carbon monoxide alarm on the ceiling is useless. A smoke alarm near the floor is useless. Either way you've already suffocated before the alarm sounds. This is a combo that should never be.
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Quote from MosquitoBait :
A carbon monoxide alarm on the ceiling is useless. A smoke alarm near the floor is useless. Either way you've already suffocated before the alarm sounds. This is a combo that should never be.
That is false, carbon monoxide mixes in a room. It does not settle, here is from the EPA about placement.

Because carbon monoxide is slightly lighter than air and also because it may be found with warm, rising air, detectors should be placed on a wall about 5 feet above the floor. The detector may be placed on the ceiling. Do not place the detector right next to or over a fireplace or flame-producing appliance.
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I bought 3-pack from Costco a few months ago, They work as expected
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Quote from ranran :
Obligatory, "I've had mine for a couple of years, change the batteries once a year, and no problems"

Next IMO?
Probably because you're not using cheap batteries. Mine easily go a year using rechargable batteries.
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Thanks OP! The one I already bought is working great with Smarthings - simple, reliable, inexpensive, no false alarms and does the job. It is SO much simpler and easier to add than all of these Wifi devices with their own apps and all that and I DON'T have to deal with one more crappy, insecure time-wasting app.

I see people complaining that these aren't hardwired, but I figure I have:

- Hardwired smokes with ionization sensors (great for small particles, flaming fires, fast combustion) - and no reliance on smart tech

- Z-Wave detectors with photoelectric sensors (great for large particles, smoldering fires, slow combustion)

So I'm getting redundancy and extra sensitivity to different types of fires. I can also add that Kidde relay and sensor or the ecolink firefiighter module to get alerts from my hardwired system too.

The CO monitoring is just a bonus, and as a previous poster mentioned CO mixes quickly through the air just like any gas with a similar molecular weight to O2 and N2.
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Pfftt... not wired. Pass.
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I finally decided to replace all my hard wired detectors and ended up just getting basic smoke alarms.
7 of these total for $70.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

I want to add CO alarms and add a smoke alarm in garage too. Wish I had picked up these rather than having to run wires but figure if alarm goes off in garage it would be best to have all alarms go off in house which AFAIK these do not do that. And my phone is not going to wake me up so thinking just have to figure out how to add more hardwired alarms.

Getting notifications while not home is something I would like to figure out. I have no z-wave anything.
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Quote from quick2k2ecotec :
How often are they on sale at Costco?
Just got a circular from Costco today. Sale stars 3/29 thru 4/27, 3 pk of the first alert smoke and carbon monoxide detectors for $79.99
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Quote from shopn4adeal :
Just got a circular from Costco today. Sale stars 3/29 thru 4/27, 3 pk of the first alert smoke and carbon monoxide detectors for $79.99
Awesome!! Thanks!
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Quote from shopn4adeal :
Just got a circular from Costco today. Sale stars 3/29 thru 4/27, 3 pk of the first alert smoke and carbon monoxide detectors for $79.99
Unfortunately not the z-waves ones though.
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Costco will have a 3pk for $85 online from 4/30 - 5/27
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