Nest Protect 2nd Generation Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Battery) £79 at Amazon
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Nest Protect 2nd Generation Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Battery) £79 at Amazon

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Posted 1st Oct
Cheapest it's been for quite a while

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To be honest still very expensive for what it is but a great bit of tech.
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Expensive for what it is? A piece of life and propery saving technology? Yeah, rip-off...
Be sure to check the expiry date of these. They have a 10 year life which starts from the date of the manufacture not when opened. (all carbon monoxide alarms are like this not just Nest) There have been several reports of people buying these online only to find out that they have already lost 2 years due to them sitting in a warehouse.

If you buy them in a shop there is a way to check the manufacture date from the serial number on the packet. i.e 0419 = 4th week of 2019 = Jan 2019. I bought two from google during last weeks sale and they were 2819 = July 2019 which i can live with
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Great price OP. good find. Heat!
Hoping the wired one drops to match this.
New version will probably be announced at google event on the 15th
Expensive for what it is? A piece of life and propery saving technology? Yeah, rip-off...
How much hahaha mad!!! £10-15 in any good diy store
Good price heat added. Shame its not the wired. Will hold out and hope that drops.
Oh no! Been thinking about buying these for a couple of weeks and finally did yesterday at £85 each. Sake! Heat added anyway. Unbelievable. Happens to me so often that does.
Edited by: "MSTRBKR" 1st Oct
Good deal..heat! Own two of these and notifications, self test etc is a breeze along with the added benefit of motion light during the night.
Better off going to the local Firestation and they’re probably give you an Alarm for free or a very reasonable pri
MSTRBKR01/10/2019 20:35

Oh no! Been thinking about buying these for a couple of weeks and finally …Oh no! Been thinking about buying these for a couple of weeks and finally did yesterday at £85 each. Sake! Heat added anyway. Unbelievable. Happens to me so often that does.


Me too. Ordered a couple at £84.95 each a few couple of weeks ago, annoyingly already fixed the to the roof :/
dchunter01/10/2019 15:30

Good price heat added. Shame its not the wired. Will hold out and hope …Good price heat added. Shame its not the wired. Will hold out and hope that drops.


What’s the difference???
Be sure to check the expiry date of these. They have a 10 year life which starts from the date of the manufacture not when opened. (all carbon monoxide alarms are like this not just Nest) There have been several reports of people buying these online only to find out that they have already lost 2 years due to them sitting in a warehouse.

If you buy them in a shop there is a way to check the manufacture date from the serial number on the packet. i.e 0419 = 4th week of 2019 = Jan 2019. I bought two from google during last weeks sale and they were 2819 = July 2019 which i can live with
junioruzzy02/10/2019 01:05

What’s the difference???


One has to be wire into your mains like a light or plug socket. That way so long as you have electric the alarm will sound and you never have to buy a battery

but unless you’re good at diy you’ll have to pay for it to be fitted and have to re-plaster where you hide the wire in the ceiling
Superb deal, only 8 left in stock!
OOS, will still let you order, more stock back in next week!
slliw01/10/2019 15:09

New version will probably be announced at google event on the 15th


If they do, I also hope they release a carbon monoxide and heat only one for the kitchen. There's no point getting the current model unless they can interlink with a kitchen compatible alarm.
Good deal, ordered
And back down again - although not in stock can still be ordered.
One issue of a combined detector is smoke rises - so yes perfect, install it on the ceiling. Carbon monoxide falls so probably not great being on the ceiling. I've always been of the understanding to put a carbon monoxide detector lower than than gas boiler. If on the ceiling how full of carbon monoxide is your house going to need to be to detect it at ceiling level?
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