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Nest Smart Protect Series 2 Wired Smoke and CO2 Detector S3003LWGB £78 @ Travis Perkins
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Nest Smart Protect Series 2 Wired Smoke and CO2 Detector S3003LWGB £78 @ Travis Perkins

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Posted 1st Oct
Know more, worry less. The new Nest Protect looks for fast burning fires, slow, smoldering fires and invisible carbon monoxide. It speaks up to tell you what the problem is and where it is. It can also give you a friendly Heads-Up before it has to sound the alarm and you can hush it with your phone. In case you’re not home, Nest Protect alerts your phone when the alarm goes off or the batteries run low. It also gives you peace of mind by testing itself over 400 times a day and showing you everything’s working with a quick green glow when you turn off the lights. And it looks after your family for up to 10 years.
Get alerts on your mobile. Nest Protect sends you a message when there’s a problem or the batteries are running low.
Tells you what, and where. Nest Protect speaks up if there’s smoke or CO and tells you where it is so that you know what to do.
Sees the CO that you can’t. Carbon monoxide is an invisible, poisonous gas. Nest Protect tells you where it’s hiding.
A light in the dark. Nest Protect usually has its light turned off, but when you walk underneath it, Pathlight can light your way
Every second counts. The Split-Spectrum Sensor looks for both fast- and slow-burning fires.
Silence from the Nest app. Just burned the toast? Silence the false alarm with your mobile, not your tea towel.
Up to 10 years life span. Nest Protect’s long-lasting sensors keep you safe and sound for up to a decade.
Sleep safely and soundly. Nightly Promise is a quick green glow that can be seen when you turn off the lights, letting you know everything’s working as it should.
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gradyoactive08/10/2019 09:29

Got a couple of these in my house worth it for the fact it alerts you …Got a couple of these in my house worth it for the fact it alerts you before its about to go off when your busy burning your dinner. Simply turn the alert off with your phone and carry on burning cooking.Yeah they're very expensive for something you could get for £10 but it's certainly nice to have ones with added functionality to em.


On the way home from work I’ve been alerted to the fact the wife has burned the dinner (again). Used the knowledge to stop off at the chip shop for a proper meal
Carbon dioxide alarm? That's no good it'll go off all the time
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ive got 3 of these worth every penny ..
Possibly 3.03% on top cash back too.
God price, I have 6 of these and they haven’t skipped a beat
Thanks op. I would like to a few of these for new victorian place I'm moving to.

Are these battery or wired? Have wiring for kitchen, hall and lounge for existing alarms so hopefully just swap with these but would like to put one in bedroom too but there's no cabling in the ceiling for that so unsure what to do. Any ideas? Tia.
Wireless is there for the same price.
What’s difference this wired and the other one that amazon got??
junioruzzy02/10/2019 01:04

What’s difference this wired and the other one that amazon got??


Err, one comes with extra wires - and better still, costs less. A bargain in any language
cb-uk02/10/2019 01:16

Err, one comes with extra wires - and better still, costs less. A bargain …Err, one comes with extra wires - and better still, costs less. A bargain in any language


Extra wires?? Does what?? Sorry I’m not familiar with this product!
Still can't just change the carbon monoxide bit so after 10 it has to be replaced. Too expensive for that.
weemee00202/10/2019 03:48

Still can't just change the carbon monoxide bit so after 10 it has to be …Still can't just change the carbon monoxide bit so after 10 it has to be replaced. Too expensive for that.


to safe a life???? you think so....
paulkerr02/10/2019 07:26

to safe a life???? you think so....


When you can get a carbon monoxide detector for a few quid, see if you can work it out!!!!!
weemee00202/10/2019 07:50

When you can get a carbon monoxide detector for a few quid, see if you can …When you can get a carbon monoxide detector for a few quid, see if you can work it out!!!!!


Ok you spend a a few quid then...
junioruzzy02/10/2019 01:04

What’s difference this wired and the other one that amazon got??


Wireless version uses batteries which last for several years, the wired one connects to your mains supply and has a battery backup. If you have other nest devices the wired one communicates more frequently with them, it will also act as a a motion detector if you have the nest thermostat to help control your heating. I prefer the wired one because I have the nest thermostat, also because I like to have the pathway light setting on that otherwise might use the battery more.
Edited by: "m1kes" 2nd Oct
paulkerr02/10/2019 07:26

to safe a life???? you think so....


You'd need one in most rooms, so price wise is a bit tasty.... Personally I'd just get cheaper battery one and have the nest for fire safety..
Does this use a hub at all? Running out of places plug all these hubs for hue, Yale etc. Also... wired versions easy enough install? And do you need more than one in all honesty?
heppell2k02/10/2019 18:33

Does this use a hub at all? Running out of places plug all these hubs for …Does this use a hub at all? Running out of places plug all these hubs for hue, Yale etc. Also... wired versions easy enough install? And do you need more than one in all honesty?


No hub - connect directly to Wi-Fi
Got 2 of these today. Just a note that mine are dated Oct 2018, see need replacing in 9 years not 10 !
GRiDlock04/10/2019 20:18

Got 2 of these today. Just a note that mine are dated Oct 2018, see need …Got 2 of these today. Just a note that mine are dated Oct 2018, see need replacing in 9 years not 10 !


Thanks for posting, no chance I'm touching this deal in that case!
GRiDlock04/10/2019 20:18

Got 2 of these today. Just a note that mine are dated Oct 2018, see need …Got 2 of these today. Just a note that mine are dated Oct 2018, see need replacing in 9 years not 10 !


That's a shame. Unless of course they would give a partial refund to cover the whole year you've lost.
Thanks OP, ordered one of each.
Good price great device check the useby date when you open them!! Only last 10 years and some of the ones being sold are over two years old..it's on the back and shows up in the app when paired
heppell2k02/10/2019 18:33

Does this use a hub at all? Running out of places plug all these hubs for …Does this use a hub at all? Running out of places plug all these hubs for hue, Yale etc. Also... wired versions easy enough install? And do you need more than one in all honesty?


The wired and wireless refer to the power source. Both types are WiFi, so you don't need to worry about network cables etc
Edited by: "coony" 8th Oct
weemee00202/10/2019 03:48

Still can't just change the carbon monoxide bit so after 10 it has to be …Still can't just change the carbon monoxide bit so after 10 it has to be replaced. Too expensive for that.


£7.80/year or 15p/week or approx. 2p/day

Sure, you can get cheap, but these things definitely do the job, are are effectively monitored.
Cheap is not always the best option when it comes to putting value on life and 2p/day really that much to spend?
I find the kiddie CO2 and Fire Alarms work just as well. Two for about £12 in Costco most times. Especially if required in all rooms. Plus you can give them to your kids on sleepovers.

Not voting either way as for those that use the product I’m sure the price is a deal.
Rather have the old fashioned wired non smart beepers. Imagine getting an alert on holiday telling you your house is on fire
Got a couple of these in my house worth it for the fact it alerts you before its about to go off when your busy burning your dinner. Simply turn the alert off with your phone and carry on burning cooking.

Yeah they're very expensive for something you could get for £10 but it's certainly nice to have ones with added functionality to em.
Sorry but this is crazy for what is a smoke alarm.Could buy 8 for the price of this to last me 80years or have one in every room and be overly protected.
Carbon dioxide alarm? That's no good it'll go off all the time
Slimlinex08/10/2019 09:09

Rather have the old fashioned wired non smart beepers. Imagine getting an …Rather have the old fashioned wired non smart beepers. Imagine getting an alert on holiday telling you your house is on fire


I suppose then at least you could call the fire brigade or a neighbour and they might be able to save your house, instead of just coming home to a pile of ashes!
Love these - already have two and I'm gonna get a third with this offer (one for each floor of my house); added bonus with these is the night light that activates when movement is detected (at night obviously!).
gradyoactive08/10/2019 09:29

Got a couple of these in my house worth it for the fact it alerts you …Got a couple of these in my house worth it for the fact it alerts you before its about to go off when your busy burning your dinner. Simply turn the alert off with your phone and carry on burning cooking.Yeah they're very expensive for something you could get for £10 but it's certainly nice to have ones with added functionality to em.


On the way home from work I’ve been alerted to the fact the wife has burned the dinner (again). Used the knowledge to stop off at the chip shop for a proper meal
All this about expiry - that's just for the CO detector... it'll still function as a smoke alarm. Use it for the time, buy a new CO detector in 10 years time.
What do these do thats better than the £5 alarm you can get anywhere?
iLoveGoodDealz08/10/2019 15:14

What do these do thats better than the £5 alarm you can get anywhere?


Regularly self checks that it is still working as intended. Also provides a soft glow light when motion is detected at night that is just enough to see. Great for the kids going to the toilet at night. Also integrates with Nest thermostat to know when you are home so that heating learns when you are home and when you're not so your home can be kept warm whilst you are there.

I would rather not gamble on a £5 alarm that may fail at any time and you have no idea.

National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) require all smoke alarms are replaced after 10 years so Nest are following this guidance. Most alarms have a maximum 7 year period.
iLoveGoodDealz08/10/2019 15:14

What do these do thats better than the £5 alarm you can get anywhere?



For me, without meaning to sound like a , I have a fairly large house and close the doors at night. If I had regular fire alarms I likely wouldn’t get woken by a number of them from our bedroom at night time.

Having linked alarms for me means if one goes off, they all go off and I’ll get alerted at the start of a fire, rather than when the smoke has finally set off an alarm a few rooms from me.
GRiDlock04/10/2019 20:18

Got 2 of these today. Just a note that mine are dated Oct 2018, see need …Got 2 of these today. Just a note that mine are dated Oct 2018, see need replacing in 9 years not 10 !


Surely it's 10 yrs from the date you start using it?
I always know when my brother is cooking bacon now...
cheaperbythe1201/10/2019 19:41

Thanks op. I would like to a few of these for new victorian place I'm …Thanks op. I would like to a few of these for new victorian place I'm moving to. Are these battery or wired? Have wiring for kitchen, hall and lounge for existing alarms so hopefully just swap with these but would like to put one in bedroom too but there's no cabling in the ceiling for that so unsure what to do. Any ideas? Tia.


There is the option to have either battery and wired versions of this if that's your question.
pbarryuk03/10/2019 22:24

No hub - connect directly to Wi-Fi


It's geared up to have more than one.
When setting them up you tell them which one is where.
The idea is it tells you where the smoke is.
I guess you're more likely to know there's a fire quicker if you have more than one.

For instance when my brother is round and cooking bacon there is a warning
** bong bong... There's smoke in the kitchen, the alarm may sound, the alarm is loud. **

That way I know there will be bacon sarnies with a side of tinnitus imminently.
Pweda08/10/2019 15:40

Regularly self checks that it is still working as intended. Also provides …Regularly self checks that it is still working as intended. Also provides a soft glow light when motion is detected at night that is just enough to see. Great for the kids going to the toilet at night. Also integrates with Nest thermostat to know when you are home so that heating learns when you are home and when you're not so your home can be kept warm whilst you are there.I would rather not gamble on a £5 alarm that may fail at any time and you have no idea.National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) require all smoke alarms are replaced after 10 years so Nest are following this guidance. Most alarms have a maximum 7 year period.


Agreed. To add to that for other people who are wondering the same, it speaks the room, so you don't go around in the night trying to find the one going off & waking up the family & the street. Also does a self test before bed so it guarantees not giving you those horrible pipping noises all night. Worth not being accidentally woken up or low battery & knowing what's going on when bleary eyed. Plus it plays nicely with Philips hue & turns all your lights on & colored lights pulse red. Good for hearing impaired. Loads more too & updated software often with new features.
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