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  # 1931005 5-Jan-2018 19:34

A +1 for the Cavius smoke alarms. Can confirm that they are far better than the usual budget alarms. Also they make a heat alarm, that is intended for use in kitchens. I have one near the stove in my open plan kitchen and lounge. No more false alarms.

Not aware of any other residential heat alarms available.





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  # 1931010 5-Jan-2018 19:47
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Not aware of any other residential heat alarms available.

 

 

 

There's a couple on bunnings site in Oz..


 
 
 
 


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Do the wired Nest smoke detectors have battery backup?





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  # 1931067 5-Jan-2018 21:47
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Do the wired Nest smoke detectors have battery backup?

 

 

Yes.


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  # 1936120 11-Jan-2018 11:50
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My wife would spend $190 on shoes without batting an eyelid.

 

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  # 1936143 11-Jan-2018 12:04
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We have a Nest indoor cam and 2 x nest protects.  We have just been thru renovations so the camera was useful to see who was coming thru the house and when, setup was a breeze and haven't had it drop out once.  The painters misplaced the brackets for the smoke alarms so I contacted Nest support to buy another two and they have offered to send them free of charge - great service!  Purchased the protects (battery) from Amazon US and the camera from Amazon UK.

 

 

 

 


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Is the nest protect smoke detector sold in nz Gen1 or Gen2?

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