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Nest smoke alarm 4 for 360$. $360

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Buy 2, get $40 off or Buy 3+, get $80. Valid 10/18/21-10/24/21. Online-Only. While supplies last. Limit 2 discounts per membership.

When you add two counts (of 2 pairs totaling 4) of Nest smoke alarm the price drops to 360$ with 40 discount.

May be you can add a boss speaker ($149 - Bose SoundLink Mini II Special Edition Bluetooth Speaker) for another 40$ discount.

Cheers.

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Add two packs wired and one pack battery will get 80 off. But I don't understand why this voted down?
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Fantastic deal. Just at the tail end of buying a whole houseful of these (I'll end up with 12 units) and I was jumping through lots of hoops buying discounted gift cards for Bed Bath and Beyond and waiting for one of their get a $50 GC with purchase of $200 events to make my purchases. Would have loved this deal about a month ago. For $80-$90 each, for what these do and how they can be used, they're a steal.
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You can't buy more than 2. 🤦🏻 ♂️
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Good price, but ebay has tons of them for $60-$85 pretty regularly, no?
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Are these hidden surveillance devices disguised as smoke detectors? Also,isn't bad for our health the more wifi we're exposed to? Seems too many things that dont need wi-fi/bluetooth have it.
Microwave is 2.4 ghz also... I don't know about you but knowing Google listens to me fap gets me hot.
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Good price, but ebay has tons of them for $60-$85 pretty regularly, no?
One thing to keep in mind is these things last for I think 7 or 10 years and it'll stop reporting data after that time. If the Ebay units are old you are effectively buying one with a shorter lifespan.
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Anyone know if the expiry date for these start based on manufacturing date or when you activate/install them? Want to buy to replace later but don't want it to expire.
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Are these hidden surveillance devices disguised as smoke detectors? Also,isn't bad for our health the more wifi we're exposed to? Seems too many things that dont need wi-fi/bluetooth have it.
Then don't buy it. Stop trolling to get a reaction. Is this what people have turned into?
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Anyone know if the expiry date for these start based on manufacturing date or when you activate/install them? Want to buy to replace later but don't want it to expire.
Manufacture date... and it is 10 years from then.
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Then don't buy it. Stop trolling to get a reaction. Is this what people have turned into?
Excuse me sir, control your emotions. I was asking legitimate questions here. If you want to be surrounded by WiFi Radiation I respect that. But do not call me a troll when I'm concerned about my families health & privacy.

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Microwave is 2.4 ghz also... I don't know about you but knowing Google listens to me fap gets me hot.
Same ghz as a microwave is good to know. Thats between you & Google their bud. I practice semen retention.
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Are these hidden surveillance devices disguised as smoke detectors? Also,isn't bad for our health the more wifi we're exposed to? Seems too many things that dont need wi-fi/bluetooth have it.
I'm here for a good time. Not a long time.
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Fantastic deal. Just at the tail end of buying a whole houseful of these (I'll end up with 12 units) and I was jumping through lots of hoops buying discounted gift cards for Bed Bath and Beyond and waiting for one of their get a $50 GC with purchase of $200 events to make my purchases. Would have loved this deal about a month ago. For $80-$90 each, for what these do and how they can be used, they're a steal.
So what's great about these other than the obvious its an integrated carbon monoxide alert and a smoke alarm vs say simplisafe's home integration version.
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So what's great about these other than the obvious its an integrated carbon monoxide alert and a smoke alarm vs say simplisafe's home integration version.
You can integrate them with the increasingly infuriating Google Nest Home app.
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