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Nest Protect Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Battery/Wired - £66 with code stack (Free Click & Collect) @ Toolstation
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Posted 10th MarPosted 10th Mar
Nest Protect Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Battery/Wired - £66 with code stack (Free Click & Collect) @ Toolstation£66£8421% offToolstation Deals
Thanks to @Venbo , @amaru12 and @adam_malkin for the codes. Using the code stack, you can get Nest Protect Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Battery or Wired for £66. That is lowest …
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stethorn

Just login in with your nest account , the process is manual then you have to navigate through the menus for. Agree its a good deal, I probably won't keep 10 years , so would sooner pay for less years .

josh971

I would like to keep it as the first thing you said, so what should I look for when I launch the app so I don't fall into the same trap. I have a smartthings based smart home and IFTTT pro Btw I picked up my 2 nest protects today, one with a duff date on one with an OK date on, the way I see it is it's still good value nevertheless. Everyone needs smart smoke alarms, I won't hear anyone tell me any different.

stethorn

When it was the old nest accounts you could have it talk to things like hue via ifttt, so I smoke alarm went off you could turn lights on, etc. When I set it up i used an old nest account and chose to migrate to Google, not knowing what I qas going. Now I can't link to ifttt

josh971

what do you mean please?

dusan

36th week 2021 - just collected 3from Sheffield. I had to ask 1to replace as it was 44th 2020

Nest Protect Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Wired / battery (Gen 2) £74 with code @ Toolstation
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Nest Protect Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Wired / battery (Gen 2) £74 with code @ Toolstation£74£88.9817% off Free P&P FreeToolstation Deals
Nest Protect Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Wired for £74 with code TRAVIS50 . Also the battery version available for the same price but limited stock on that. Delivery available on the …
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TM1233

I didnt get charged as it never got as far as that page. Mine was due to me being connected to my work network. Once I disconnected it worked fine. Shame I couldnt use the extra £5 off voucher as it wasnt linked to my online account!

Peg.Man

good deal and good product. (not for Scotland) Night light is great. The regular "I'm still working" app and audible notifications are reassuring. It's 'Smart' integrated for anyone with Alexa / Google is just convenient. Happy i will not be woken up at 5am when the batter starts running out, we all know the irregular BEEP when that happens.

Nightstalker84

If you're getting a website error at checkout use the Android/iPhone app rather than the desktop website. Worked fine for me this way.

sgvouchers

I did this 3 times and the same message each time. Checked my card and they have charged 3 times but no order went through......pain in the arse if the charge doesn't drop off.

CS76

Ordered thanks OP

Google Nest Protect - £84 @ Amazon
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Google Nest Protect - £84 @ Amazon£84 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
The smoke alarm that others look up to. Nest Protect is a smoke and carbon monoxide alarm with a split-spectrum smoke sensor to detect both fast -and slow-burning fires. It can send an alert…
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fryitup

I like my three but I’ve got one that periodically drops off wifi (hence grey in my home assistant page) The other two are still connected fine and all three link via their own wireless (not wifi) network so still protecting fine. Nest protects used to be supported for external integration via works with nest program which is how I’ve integrated mine with home assistant. It’s annoying that google are so fickle about supporting all nest devices with the new api :(

dwaindigital

What's a good alternative for this? If you already have all the wiring for it to be connected and powered.

enjoycoca

You do know it's got an awareness to burnt food, rather than burning houses (also have steam protection for showers too) ? Regarding WiFi, I've not had that problem - guess you've checked they can maintain connection through thick walls? Night light is an added bonus and certainly not worth £100 (this deal is £85...) alone, but as a function, they do support an awareness of safety, especially if the fire has knocked out the electrics and you need safe passage through your house (as they have batteries). Regarding Google Home integration, agreed - but there is a Nest App which is useful...

Kell774

Thanks for taking the time to share this, good find! @Hardnuta (highfive)

morcef

Well I agree with you, but let me tell you why I ended up thinking they are useless: 1) there have been several situations when I burned toasted bread too much, or microwave popcorn too much, with a lot of smoke in the room, no alarm; my old smoke alarm £20 was more responsive than this; 2) always disconnected from WiFi; 3) night light is nice and I like it too, but I wouldn’t pay around £100 to have it in this form; 4) it is not integrated with rest of google home ecosystem, so not very smart.

Nest Protect Gen 2 Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Battery or wired £84 at Toolstation
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Nest Protect Gen 2 Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Battery or wired £84 at Toolstation£84 Free P&P FreeToolstation Deals
Best price I can find on this for either battery or wired version Free delivery Delivery seems to be next day, as I ordered yesterday afternoon and Hermes dropped it off today Mine had an ex…
Zigzzak

Unfortunately for those who live in Scotland Google Nest Protect don’t meet new Scottish fires legislation from February 2022.

chris_p

Works fine in my kitchen. I've not had a false alarm in the year I've owned mine. May be different for small kitchens though

cHinGy

Those who are concern with the 10 year expiry, don’t worry about it. In 10 years the technology will be more advanced and we’d all be billionaires from all the savings we made from HUKD.

Amaster84

Can’t be used in kitchens and need to have a heat alarm there. I was looking at these but the fact the heat alarm can’t be used by itself and switch off the smoke detector negates compliance with likely upcoming regulations. You will end up with a lot of false alarms if placed in a kitchen Fireangel do a smart/internet connected alarm which is quite good and reliable, will give you real time notifications etc through their app and I think it links with Alexa also. They have a whole suite of CO/heat/smoke sensors. Which I ended up installing as I wanted to be able to monitor when I’m not at home.

oliverhussick

That very much depends if you’ve got wired smoke detectors already, and if not, whether you want to run wiring to the desired location on the ceiling.

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Nest Protect 2nd Gen battery 3 pack £239.98 (Members Only) instore at Costco
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Nest Protect 2nd Gen battery 3 pack £239.98 (Members Only) instore at Costco£239.98Costco Deals
The Google Nest Protect is more than just a smoke alarm. It’s smart - it can think, speak and alert your phone to any detected events. No more wondering about what these detected events are…
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Jess101

Google support says they can be in the kitchen if 3m or more from the cooker. Reviews I read are that they don't go off to often in the kitchen that it is an issue. (Granted I don't know the size of the reviewers kitchen. I would be hard pressed to be 3m from the cooker!) **edited Because I was looking to buy these, but need them to comply with Scottish law, I realised they do not have the BS certificate for heat!!!!

trickytree1984

To be fair I think the point is you are not allowed smoke in the kitchen. As they are interlinked they will be going off all the time and mean you will be less likely to pay attention to them.

malky39

If these have heat surely you can just put one in the kitchen. And that will satisfy the new law but will go about and beyond it as it will do smoke aswell. Even better if you have a gas hob it covers your co detector aswell

cd_uk_101

No, they all need to be interconnected.

trickytree1984

These already have heat. The issue is you can't set it to heat only. You surely just get a heat only for your kitchen?

Google Nest Protect - Smoke Alarm And Carbon Monoxide Detector (Battery) - £77.99 @ Amazon
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Google Nest Protect - Smoke Alarm And Carbon Monoxide Detector (Battery) - £77.99 @ Amazon£77.99£10928% offAmazon Deals
The smoke alarm that others look up to. Nest Protect is a smoke and carbon monoxide alarm with a split-spectrum smoke sensor to detect both fast -and slow-burning fires. It can send an alert…
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tenohfive

Not something nearby flapping that could be affecting the motion detection? I've turned it off on mine, don't really need it. If things were a bit better connected I'd use the motion detection to link in to smart lights instead, but Google doesn't play too well with others. Unless things have changed since I got my first one (about 2-3 years ago.)

deleted2710882

From Google's point of view Scotland is a very small market but i guess if they released a V3 that can have the other sensors turned off then that would be compliant but I guess they would only do that if the demand is there.

SnayBear

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mad.dog

Some good points covered in this thread that I can second 1. Self testing is also to me worth an extra £10 per year 2. Mesh functionality so I know if my office at the bottom of the garden is on fire 3. Boiler shut-off in case of Carbon Monoxide link - but this does need the nest thermostat

coolju

XD yes.... maybe. TBH, I can see where scot gov are coming from, maybe not implemented in the best way (I guess always tricky), but very frustrating for Google Nest Protect owners, and surprising that Google don't have (or don't want to support) any solution for customers....