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First Alert Combination Explosive Gas and Carbon Monoxide Alarm $35.71, Kidde NightHawk AC/DC Digital CO/Carbon Monoxide Alarm $24.67 @ Walmart.com

superman2004 396 546 June 18, 2016 at 11:00 AM in Home & Home Improvement (10) More Walmart Deals
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Last Edited by jersharocks July 11, 2016 at 01:25 PM
Various carbon monoxide alarm on sale at Walmart.com

First Alert GCO1CN Combination Explosive Gas and Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Backlit Digital Display $35.71
Was: $57.88 - now $42.48

http://www.walmart.com/ip/First-A...r/10099167

Kidde NightHawk AC/DC Digital CO/Carbon Monoxide Alarm $24.67 - now $29.97
Was: $39.90
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Kidde-N...arm/870340

Kidde Smoke and (CO) Carbon Monoxide Combo Alarm KN-COSM-BA $24.97 - now $26.97
Was: $38.80

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Kidde-S...m/10910787


First Alert CO400CN2 Battery Powered Carbon Monoxide Alarm, 2-Pack $25.35
Was: $38.99
http://www.walmart.com/ip/First-A...k/16199913
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#2
shouldn't any exploding gas device be priced closer to farty dollars?
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Thanks OP. Got one.
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there are some people I know that should avoid this product.
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I would stay away from the "First Alert GCO1CN Combination Explosive Gas and Carbon Monoxide Alarm". Even though it is plugged in the wall, it eats up a 9V battery every 4 to 6 months. Then it starts beeping and keeps beeping till the battery is replaced. Read AMZN reviews for similar experiences from other buyers.
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according to the camel this is normal price on amazon for this

First Alert CO400CN2 Battery Powered Carbon Monoxide Alarm, 2-Pack $25.35
https://www.amazon.com/First-Aler...t+CO400CN2
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Also the KN-COSM-BA is a similar price everyday at Amazon. I know this because I've been shopping for a CO detector for a while...
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On Walmart site the description for the first one says "The First Alert GCO1CN Combination Explosive Gas and Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Backlit Digital Display checks for the presence of methane, propane or carbon *di*oxide in the atmosphere". Do not breathe near these.
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I would stay away from the "First Alert GCO1CN Combination Explosive Gas and Carbon Monoxide Alarm". Even though it is plugged in the wall, it eats up a 9V battery every 4 to 6 months. Then it starts beeping and keeps beeping till the battery is replaced. Read AMZN reviews for similar experiences from other buyers.

You mean an entire 9v every 6 MONTHS? Thats what, a whopping 2 dollars a year???? Come on people...why is changing a battery every 6 months so difficult?
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Although by cents, the Kidde Smoke and (CO) Carbon Monoxide Combo Alarm KN-COSM-BA is cheaper at Amazon. That said, I'll take that the deals on all the products listed by the OP just "Meh".
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Quote from numbr1westsida View Post :
You mean an entire 9v every 6 MONTHS? Thats what, a whopping 2 dollars a year???? Come on people...why is changing a battery every 6 months so difficult?
It's less about the cost of the battery, and more that a plugged in device shouldn't be running down an alkaline battery: that's part of what you're paying for, and it also signals some kind of defect.

That and it's simply annoying when the battery gets low with the warning beeps, and then having to go get more 9v batteries. Not the cost in dollars, but the cost in annoyance.

So it's good to know that it won't function as could be reasonably expected of an alarm that can plug in. Some of us appreciate that kind of warning.
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Quote from Mohiomap View Post :
shouldn't any exploding gas device be priced closer to farty dollars?
I came to this thread in hopes of explosive gas jokes. Thank you.
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yeah the First Alert GCO1CN Combination Explosive Gas and Carbon Monoxide Alarm tends to drain the 9v battery in a similar length of time (about 6 months I think but not completely sure. However, enough to always make me pissed that it's low so soon). still, I'd rather have it than not. Is there a better alternative?
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#14
I use cigarette lighter, works all the time . . . .
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nice knowing ya
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