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NEST Protect 2nd Gen Smoke Detector/Alarm (Battery or Wired) £79 @ Amazon
NEST Protect 2nd Gen Smoke Detector/Alarm (Battery or Wired) £79 @ Amazon

NEST Protect 2nd Gen Smoke Detector/Alarm (Battery or Wired) £79 @ Amazon

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Nest Protect 2nd Generation Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Battery) - £79
Nest Protect 2nd Generation Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Wired) - £79

RRP £99

Detects smoke and Carbon Monoxide
Voice alarms with custom location - Nest Protect alerts your phone when something’s wrong in case you’re not home. Phone alerts include: Low-battery, Smoke, Carbon monoxide, Sensor failure
Split-spectrum Sensor detects fast- and slow-burning fires
Tells you what’s wrong and where the problem is
App Silence - Nest Protect is the first alarm you can silence from your phone using the Nest App
10-year product lifetime - Nest Protect's long‐life sensors keep you safe and sound for up to a decade
Battery powered: Six long-life AA batteries

BRILLIANT product. Syncs and reacts with your other NEST products.

43 Comments

Great price and great alarms. Likely go cold on here, but I have them and think they're well worth the money.

People spend so much money on things in life, which aren't life safety, but just want to spend a fiver on the cheapest detector they can.

Also has a 'night light' option to help illuminate at night, useful when going to the toilet.

I love my mains powered one, lights up the landing at night when people pass, and just works and looks good.
I got mine free when I took a John Lewis Home insurance policy from a deal on here over a year ago, but this is a good price.

Original Poster

I'll never understand HUKD! Save a few pence on bagels = a very hot deal... Save £20 on a very good smoke detector (especially after the recent events in London) and it's cold!

been looking at these as i have the heating thermostate. I alreayd have wired alarms in the house which are fed but the usual three wires am i right to assume these are easily wired in?

edit....oh right just seen these are the battery versions


anyone know how long batteries last
Edited by: "essexgangsta" 16th Jun

essexgangsta

been looking at these as i have the heating thermostate. I alreayd have … been looking at these as i have the heating thermostate. I alreayd have wired alarms in the house which are fed but the usual three wires am i right to assume these are easily wired in?edit....oh right just seen these are the battery versionsanyone know how long batteries last


Go for it. You strike me as a person with above-average abilities

Just got Keepa notification of this. Lowest ever Amazon price and Argos are price matching. Everyone else about £99.

Yes it's expensive but I've had a house fire which changes your perspective on it's value somewhat.

Who are the people buying smoke detectors that can be disabled over the internet?

I'm looking for investors for my smartflush toilet. it can be flushed from anywhere by anyone.
send me a message with your payment card details

Edited by: "zizzles" 16th Jun

zizzles

Who are the people buying smoke detectors that can be disabled over … Who are the people buying smoke detectors that can be disabled over the internet?I'm looking for investors for my smartflush toilet. it can be flushed from anywhere by anyone.£100 gets you a share



How exactly or are you just spreading the FUD?

zizzles

I'll let you know after you've made a deposit



I think you'll be to busy reading the Daily Mail in your tin foil hat

I have 4 of these, 2 wired and 2 battery; while they expensive you do get what you pay for.

"App Silence - Nest Protect is the first alarm you can silence from your phone using the Nest App"

Bobbba

I think you'll be to busy reading the Daily Mail in your tin foil hat


"App Silence - Nest Protect is the first alarm you can silence from your phone using the Nest App"

Please try to learn the difference between too and to. I won't judge you but others might

essexgangsta

been looking at these as i have the heating thermostate. I alreayd have … been looking at these as i have the heating thermostate. I alreayd have wired alarms in the house which are fed but the usual three wires am i right to assume these are easily wired in?edit....oh right just seen these are the battery versionsanyone know how long batteries last


Hi, the wired ones are the same price (Amazon and Argos).
Edited by: "pc390" 16th Jun

Original Poster

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zizzles

"App Silence - Nest Protect is the first alarm you can silence from your … "App Silence - Nest Protect is the first alarm you can silence from your phone using the Nest App"


So you're worried someone's going to set fire to your house, then hack your Nest account in order to silence your smoke alarms? You must really **** some people off
Edited by: "cjdshaw" 16th Jun

pc390

Hi, the wired ones are the same price (Amazon and Argos).I forgot to add, … Hi, the wired ones are the same price (Amazon and Argos).I forgot to add, these are very easy to wire in, just the normal mains connectors required (Three wires).I have one of these in the ketchen and we are very happy with it.Hot deal OP, we've just bought another for the landing.




thanks, i think i was looking at other sellers but yes see that now. and gone for two. Quite like the idea of these, ive really found the Nest theromstat to be very handy when out and about and can switch the heating on. The night light facility looks good as well the added benefit of carbon monoxide detector

These are for the few, not the many.

Nest are looking at Apple Homekit integration too

Ugh. So tempting. I have 2 battery ones for kids bedrooms and I'd love to change my 3 wired hallway ones, but that's still a lot of money.

Great price and awesome alarms

CashMc

Nest are looking at Apple Homekit integration too



No doubt will be gen3 only though

I'm all for smart lights and automation but I draw the line at smoke alarms.

Pointless, unless they're proven to offer better protection by way of detecting smoke quicker than an average alarm.

Thanks so much OP, I know this is a lot of money but recent events have made me purchase two of these to upgrade existing alarms. Really like the features of text alerts and self testing.

I bought these a couple of years ago. Very pleased with them, my main reason for buying them us they link up. My kitchen is in the extension and closes off with double glazed doors. Its virtually sound proof, the whole thing could be ablaze and I would not know. With these any smoke detected and it alerts all the other devices.
They are also carbon monoxide detectors so saves the need for two devices.

The_Hoff

I'm all for smart lights and automation but I draw the line at smoke … I'm all for smart lights and automation but I draw the line at smoke alarms.Pointless, unless they're proven to offer better protection by way of detecting smoke quicker than an average alarm.


Ok, so I have one of these and the alarm notified me whilst at work that smoke was detected at home. Quick phone call and all resolved without a fire. That's pretty amazing don't you think, and saved my home from being burnt down.

Do these work as standalone smoke alarms or do you have to link them up to other nest devices or a hub etc?

Can these notify by text, I am on PAYG and don't have data enabled all the time.

monkeymagik

Ok, so I have one of these and the alarm notified me whilst at work that … Ok, so I have one of these and the alarm notified me whilst at work that smoke was detected at home. Quick phone call and all resolved without a fire. That's pretty amazing don't you think, and saved my home from being burnt down.



That is a great example of a benefit. What was the cause of the fire?

I've got one for the holiday home. When we changed to a new internet provider, I forgot to set the new wifi password on the Nest. It didn't send any alerts about it at all - we were without remote warnings for over two months. At least the Canary camera does send alerts if it goes offline.

mjc23

Do these work as standalone smoke alarms or do you have to link them up … Do these work as standalone smoke alarms or do you have to link them up to other nest devices or a hub etc?


No hub required, just wifi

patrick_000

I've got one for the holiday home. When we changed to a new internet … I've got one for the holiday home. When we changed to a new internet provider, I forgot to set the new wifi password on the Nest. It didn't send any alerts about it at all - we were without remote warnings for over two months. At least the Canary camera does send alerts if it goes offline.



How could it ? you had put a new wifi network in place and forgot to add it to the nest ? These notify you about anything worth knowing about based on its purpose, even backup battery's getting low or if had a power cut. Dribble .

I've got two of the battery ones, had them three years or so now and had a few teething problems, probably because I was an early adopter!

One constantly disconnected itself from WiFi wherever it was put and the other kept false alarming, particularly on warm days when the windows were open and there was a breeze. Both rock solid now, I think a combination of giving them a good clean, swapping their positions but mostly updated firmware from Nest.

As for battery life, both are now on their second set of batteries and only get on with the expensive Everready ones they are supplied with originally. Tried a few alternatives and they didn't last longer than a few days in some cases.

essexgangsta

been looking at these as i have the heating thermostate. I alreayd have … been looking at these as i have the heating thermostate. I alreayd have wired alarms in the house which are fed but the usual three wires am i right to assume these are easily wired in?edit....oh right just seen these are the battery versionsanyone know how long batteries last



You just reuse the live and neutral wires, the third is the interconnect between none smart wired alarms, it's not needed for nest as the comms is done wirelessly.

I've ordered one based on this deal to go upstairs and replace a questionable old unit. Already using one downstairs, was just waiting for the right deal to make it a pair so thanks OP!

Can't put a price on safety so HOT from me

New version coming?

The_Hoff

That is a great example of a benefit. What was the cause of the fire?



My Dad who lives with us was cooking with a pan of oil and left it too long, quick phone call and all resolved. I've also caught him burning the toast !! I also have the thermostat and control the heating when the wife turns it up. Nest equipment is so awesome

essexgangsta

been looking at these as i have the heating thermostate. I alreayd have … been looking at these as i have the heating thermostate. I alreayd have wired alarms in the house which are fed but the usual three wires am i right to assume these are easily wired in?edit....oh right just seen these are the battery versionsanyone know how long batteries last



Save your money for a new keyboard....

Hot from me. Works well with Nest thermostat too.

Voted Hot. The Grenfell Tower tragedy has focused my mind! Some people may not be able to afford this particular detector, but every household should invest in smoke detectors, and carbon monoxide (gas/wood burner households).

Been waiting a while for this deal. Thanks OP!

Bought 4 thank you
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