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Nest® Protect 2nd Generation Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm, Battery - PACK OF 3 £229 @ The Electrical Showroom
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Nest® Protect 2nd Generation Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm, Battery - PACK OF 3 £229 @ The Electrical Showroom

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Posted 30th Dec 2019

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Works out at £76.33 each which as far as I can recall is as low as these have been. Also 2 year manufacturer guarantee so retailer not important.

Supplied in this handy pack of three the Google Nest Protect is the ultimate in fire alarm safety, 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 danger 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 danger and will tell you what sort of danger 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 alarm 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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At first glance I thought they were really expensive dishwasher tabs
I am after a similar deal on wired ones, although these dont seem to do them
netsurfer30/12/2019 18:44

I am after a similar deal on wired ones, although these dont seem to do …I am after a similar deal on wired ones, although these dont seem to do them


Me too, saw this and would have immediately bought if they were wired. Hot nonetheless though
Obviously wired is a preference, and I thought about the same when I purchased mine. However, the battery powered model (of which we have two) has only just (about 3 weeks ago) told me to replace them as they were running out. I started using them Sept ‘17, so that’s a decent run. The one upstairs is still running the original batteries, also installed the same date. The downstairs batteries ran out quicker, I believe, because I always burn dinners so it goes off a lot more lol.
If you have a nest thermostat then these are an essential addition for your heating because if they detect co2 they'll shut down your boiler. Absolute no brainer for me.
Smoke & Carbon Monoxide alarms great idea, £229 for 3 mad price.
" Can be linked to the Google nest learning thermostat to automatically shut off your heating when an alarm is sounded "
Yeah thats good,because no one whats the heating on when the house is burning to the ground and your 2000 miles away in Tenerife and cant get home to do it yourself. Just another Big Brother gadget you can spend half a weeks wages on.
mrtea196730/12/2019 19:49

Smoke & Carbon Monoxide alarms great idea, £229 for 3 mad price. " Can be …Smoke & Carbon Monoxide alarms great idea, £229 for 3 mad price. " Can be linked to the Google nest learning thermostat to automatically shut off your heating when an alarm is sounded "Yeah thats good,because no one whats the heating on when the house is burning to the ground and your 2000 miles away in Tenerife and cant get home to do it yourself. Just another Big Brother gadget you can spend half a weeks wages on.


Why would your house be burning to the ground with a carbon monoxide alarm going off?

Breathing in carbon monoxide makes you unconscious - and therefore turning off the boiler could be life-saving.
Sure - it's not going to save many lives for that feature - but a handful is possible and therefore it's a good idea.
Edited by: "Firefly1" 30th Dec 2019
dmoore8130/12/2019 19:17

Obviously wired is a preference, and I thought about the same when I …Obviously wired is a preference, and I thought about the same when I purchased mine. However, the battery powered model (of which we have two) has only just (about 3 weeks ago) told me to replace them as they were running out. I started using them Sept ‘17, so that’s a decent run. The one upstairs is still running the original batteries, also installed the same date. The downstairs batteries ran out quicker, I believe, because I always burn dinners so it goes off a lot more lol.


Had mine over 2 years and still run on original battery. Also even though they run on battery you can also plug in a Samsung type plug a use it as a wired
Firefly130/12/2019 19:57

Why would your house be burning to the ground with a carbon monoxide alarm …Why would your house be burning to the ground with a carbon monoxide alarm going off? Breathing in carbon monoxide makes you unconscious - and therefore turning off the boiler could be life-saving.Sure - it's not going to save many lives for that feature - but a handful is possible and therefore it's a good idea.


I was on about the smoke side, i can see the error of my ways as such. Doh.
Bargainunter0530/12/2019 19:59

Had mine over 2 years and still run on original battery. Also even though …Had mine over 2 years and still run on original battery. Also even though they run on battery you can also plug in a Samsung type plug a use it as a wired


You mean micro usb.
This is a good deal as far as price goes. But would warn people to stay away from Nest Protects until Google can sort out their 3rd party integration.

Google pulled almost all support for 3rd party integration with the former nest products when they acquired nest. The Nest Protect integration is currently limited to turning off your heating and mobile notification, that's it; you can buy £20 smoke detectors that do that. You are no longer be notified through e.g. ifttt or smartthings, there isn't even integration into actions in the Google Home app.

Google have promised to update this, but so far have failed to deliver anything. I would wait until they do, if they do at all, before purchasing any Nest products. Just until we know what will be supported.
I use the Nest app on my iPhone and I get notifications regularly (well, when needed). I was at work a few weeks ago and my Watch pinged to tell me it was about to do an alarm test. Opened the app and it gave me the option to cancel it if necessary. So, no issue with integration there. I do wish it was Apple HomeKit enabled though, but I know that’ll never happen.
Very good price, I got three of these, paid £99 each.
Looks like the price has gone back up to £249 now
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