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Nest Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm Mains/Battery powered £88.99 Screwfix

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Posted 4th Jul

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Smart smoke and carbon monoxide alarm. Split-spectrum sensor detects and locates fast and slow-burning fires and carbon monoxide. Can be controlled from, and will send alerts to, a smartphone. Sensor lasts up to 10 years.

Works with - IFTTT - Nest - iOS App - Android AppHub Not Required85dBA AlarmMains & Battery-Powered2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)Automatic Test FunctionOverride FunctionSplit-Spectrum SensorSmartphone ControlBattery Back-Up
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Battery powered version is the same price
jw02197904/07/2019 10:06

Battery powered version is the same price


Yes indeed, but I would go for mains powered
Very expensive. Why waste your money on these, what do they offer over a normal smoke alarm?
manbearpig04/07/2019 19:09

Very expensive. Why waste your money on these, what do they offer over a …Very expensive. Why waste your money on these, what do they offer over a normal smoke alarm?


If you are out it can tell you if your house is burning down
poopscoop04/07/2019 19:47

If you are out it can tell you if your house is burning down


Well, just proves how good the marketing team is at Nest.
Hardly anyone needs that sort of capability, because fire creates smoke, and that alerts people on the street to call 999.

Complete waste of money. And I do like smart stuff, my home is full of Philips hue.
Edited by: "manbearpig" 4th Jul
manbearpig04/07/2019 21:47

Well, just proves how good the marketing team is at Nest. Hardly anyone …Well, just proves how good the marketing team is at Nest. Hardly anyone needs that sort of capability, because fire creates smoke, and that alerts people on the street to call 999. Complete waste of money. And I do like smart stuff, my home is full of Philips hue.

A lot of things are a complete waste of money to me but useful for other people.
poopscoop04/07/2019 21:51

A lot of things are a complete waste of money to me but useful for other …A lot of things are a complete waste of money to me but useful for other people.


Just find it ironic that if someone like apple made something as useless as this it would be -500 now, not hot.
Or more likely I suspect the heat is all paid for by the retailers and means nothing.
manbearpig04/07/2019 19:09

Very expensive. Why waste your money on these, what do they offer over a …Very expensive. Why waste your money on these, what do they offer over a normal smoke alarm?


If it detects smoke or carbon monoxide it will shut down the boiler to reduce any further problems.
manbearpig04/07/2019 21:47

Well, just proves how good the marketing team is at Nest. Hardly anyone …Well, just proves how good the marketing team is at Nest. Hardly anyone needs that sort of capability, because fire creates smoke, and that alerts people on the street to call 999. Complete waste of money. And I do like smart stuff, my home is full of Philips hue.


As previously mentioned this will:

Send a notification to you phone if there is smoke/fire in your house.
Shut down your boiler If it detects smoke or carbon monoxide.
Self checks sensors, wi-fi connection and battery status daily and self checks alarm and voice commands monthly (when was the last time you checked yours?).
Has a LED pathlight/nightlight light your path at night.
Give you a spoken warning before the alarm goes off which gives you time to silence it if it's a false alarm.

A small price to pay for the safety of your family and to protect your home.

But enjoy your "definitely not a complete waste of money" Philips Hue.
Edited by: "jaypr" 5th Jul
Screw fix have sent through the post a £10 discount for spending over £50 voucher.
manbearpig04/07/2019 21:47

Well, just proves how good the marketing team is at Nest. Hardly anyone …Well, just proves how good the marketing team is at Nest. Hardly anyone needs that sort of capability, because fire creates smoke, and that alerts people on the street to call 999. Complete waste of money. And I do like smart stuff, my home is full of Philips hue.



A couple of years back we came home to a house full of smoke.

Both next door neighbours were out and nobody else down the street see the smoke, fortunately it was a case of the bark being worse than the bite but if we hadn’t decided to come home then it could of been a lot worse.

I think this is one of the more useful smart devices
What's the expiry date on this, I bought one from amazon which was manufactured nearly an year and has expiry date of about 9 years as opposed to 10.

Is that normal or I should complain ?
Under £20 for a Raspberry Pi Zero and a 433mhz smoke/carbon monoxide alarm and you'll have a much better setup that can integrate all your smart products into one package.
Same price as Amazon now.
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