Nest Protect Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm £79.00 inc free 2 day delivery(£10 off) @ jewsontools
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Nest Protect Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm £79.00 inc free 2 day delivery(£10 off) @ jewsontools

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Found 1st Mar 2015
Hope this helps someone.

Offer is £10.00 off during Feb but the offer is still on in the website.

Cheapest I have seen the product so please vote kindly.

Product Description
High technology alarm with a friendly human voice to tell you exactly where smoke/carbon monoxide is detected.
Heads-Up - Speaks in a human voice to warn you here smoke or CO is detected.
Know Anywhere - Sends alert messages to your smartphone if the alarm is activated, or if the batteries are running low.
Nest Wave - Alarm is silenced simply with a wave of your hand.
Nightly Promise - Won't keep you awake at night, Nest Protect constantly tests itself and lets you know it’s working with a quick green glow at night.
Works with your Nest Learning Thermostat – if alarm sounds, the thermostat will automatically turn off your gas furnace (possible source of poisonous carbon monoxide leaks).
Also improves the Auto-Away feature of the Nest Learning Thermostat.
Wired and battery powered versions available - select preferred option above.

10 Comments

Thanks Op, was looking to purchase one myself.

Note to all, there's two models. Battery or hardwired and they offer slightly different functionality.

I'd just like to point out that these are very unreliable, and have been known to say your house is on fire, when it isn't...

grizelin

I'd just like to point out that these are very unreliable, and have been … I'd just like to point out that these are very unreliable, and have been known to say your house is on fire, when it isn't...


Yeah that is great at 3 o'clock in the morning, may favourite 'feature' is the 3 bings followed by the message 'smoke is clearing on the landing' when you've just got back to sleep.
I gave up on these having returned 4 units.

We've got 3 of them. We had a couple of false alarms in the first few months so we followed the advice and vacuumed dust off the sensor areas left from installation (from the wiring hole through the plasterboard). Since then they've been perfect.

Bobbba

We've got 3 of them. We had a couple of false alarms in the first few … We've got 3 of them. We had a couple of false alarms in the first few months so we followed the advice and vacuumed dust off the sensor areas left from installation (from the wiring hole through the plasterboard). Since then they've been perfect.


I did the same but this didn't fix the issue for me.

These have a terrible reputation. Even Nest's own employees slate them.

We've had two of the battery ones for the last year and not had a single false alarm or any other issue so I'd happily recommend them.

Had one for 8 months without issue and have just installed another one. I'd happily recommend.
Keep an eye on eBay for bargains, I got my first one for £70 incl del. and the second for £75.20, incl del.

Spent £1500 on getting nine of these fitted, my family don't bat an eyelid anymore to an alarm sounding. False alarms in the middle of the night, unable to silence alarm here messages. Luckily the next door neighbours aren't often around. Returned loads, got two more waiting to go back. Good customer service, unreliable product. Thermostats great though.

2 we have are fantastic can't fault them at all. Had them for about 6 months with no bother. I love the light the way function in the night.
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