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Nest Protect 2nd Generation Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Battery) £72.95 @ Amazon
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Nest Protect 2nd Generation Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Battery) £72.95 @ Amazon

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Posted 18th Mar

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The Google Nest Protect is able to detect both smoke and carbon monoxide, it has an industrial - grade smoke sensor, can be silenced from your phone, tests itself automatically and lasts up to 10 years. This intelligent alarm can be managed from your phone, alerting you to a problem even when you are not home.
Battery operated the Google Nest Protect is able to detect both fast and slow burning fires with its split-spectrum sensor using two wave lengths of light to detect smoke. It self tests itself over 400 times a day and will both alert you to a problem and will tell you what sort of problem there is, on your mobile, by audibly issuing a warning (speaker 80dB at 1 meter, siren 85dB at 3 meters) or by its coloured light ring turning red.

Connected to your phone through the Google Nest App, its many phone alerts include a low battery warning, smoke and carbon monoxide warnings and sensor failure. The Google Nest Protect can also be silenced from your phone for those "cooking accidents" that do not warrant a full scale alarm (burned the pop corn again!).

The attractive design of this alarm makes it ideal for every room in your home with its light changing colour depending on the alarms status - you can also set the light ring to come on at night when you walk under it - to light your way!

The alarm can be linked to the Google Nest Learning thermostat to automatically shut off your heating when an alarm is sounded and to the Google Nest Cam to trigger an emergency recording.
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Fantastic price.
Cheapest I’ve ever seen it. Hot
Not letting me order it
I’ve said before on a previous thread, I’ve had Nest protects for several years and they’ve been brilliant. However..... some are now continually demanding fresh batteries. Until this issue is resolved, think of them as disposable after half of the expected lifespan, which in my book makes them poor value for money. See here - support.google.com/goo…=en
WhaleOilBeefHooked18/03/2020 20:51

I’ve said before on a previous thread, I’ve had Nest protects for several y …I’ve said before on a previous thread, I’ve had Nest protects for several years and they’ve been brilliant. However..... some are now continually demanding fresh batteries. Until this issue is resolved, think of them as disposable after half of the expected lifespan, which in my book makes them poor value for money. See here - https://support.google.com/googlenest/thread/11464277?hl=en


wow, thanks for the link
seems to be huge issue with battery operated ones

think i need to return mine which i bought last week as it looks every single one will have this issue and google doesn't seem to be doing anything about it
Edited by: "zubeko" 18th Mar
zubeko18/03/2020 21:09

wow, thanks for the linkseems to be huge issue with battery operated …wow, thanks for the linkseems to be huge issue with battery operated onesthink i need to return mine which i bought last week as it looks every single one will have this issue and google doesn't seem to be doing anything about it


No problem. It’s such a pity, I’ve been a big fan of them as I thought they were worth the considerable expense for what they did. But mine have now been replaced with cheapy ones., which crucially aren’t asking for costly lithium batteries every week.
Guys just spoken to Amazon on the phone you cant order it so please expire.
Did Amazon chat and appears listing broken. Compensated me £5 to say sorry for the inconvenience
Expire as not actually available
So I ordered 3 new alarms as was cheaper than the 3 pack on Amazon. They arrived today. Two of them were manufactured July 2019. One of them manufactured Aug 2019. Two have nest logo embossed by the glowing ring while one of them doesn’t. Any idea if these are gen 1 or gen 2? Little annoyed as they were clearly cheaper as they 8months of their life.
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