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Nest Protect Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm, Battery (2nd gen) (Tools & Home Improvement)

Google, S3003LWES, Nest Protect Smoke Carbon Monoxide Alarm, 2nd Gen, Wired Google, S3003LWES, Nest Protect Smoke Carbon Monoxide Alarm, 2nd Gen, Wired available on October 07 2019 from Amazon for 113.00
5.0 out of 5 stars
The second gen protects have thus far fixed all the issues with the first gen. I have 2 first gen protects and experienced a few minor issues, but nothing to prevent me from ordering an additional second gen protect.

The size of the 2nd gen is a little smaller and more svelte than the 1st gen, overall footprint is about the same though, so don't expect to save a lot of wall space. I have the battery alarm & it came with the necessary 6 AA batteries. One awesome new feature is the access to the batteries is so much easier. You don't need to remove the panel anymore, it's as simple as toggling a lock button to open the panel and change the batteries as needed.

Installation was easy as with all Nest products (I had an original 1st gen thermostat and upgraded to the 2nd gen) and the 2nd gen protect was instantly added to my account with no issues, a simple qr code scan and I was up and running, basically seamless integration into my current setup.

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   I have been eyeing the Nest Protect now since it came out about 2 years ago. Like most I simply hate my smoke detectors. Random low-battery chirping, ear piercing function test... getting up on a ladder at least twice a year to change batteries wether they need it or not... you get the idea. My smoke detectors were approaching the 10 year threshold which is the "end of life" for a smoke detector and I knew I would need to be replacing all of them.Fortunately I held off on buying the 1st generation Nest Protect... I've learned to be cautious about these things. After seeing some of the negative reviews around random alarm problems I intentionally delayed purchase until a 2nd generation product was available.With the new Protect 2 out and getting almost universally positive reviews, I went ahead and took the plunge following a 4 year old First Alert CO combination unit dying with 3 chirps every minute at 3:00AM. Good times.My house, like...Read more
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   I have been eyeing the Nest Protect now since it came out about 2 years ago. Like most I simply hate my smoke detectors. Random low-battery chirping, ear piercing function test... getting up on a ladder at least twice a year to change batteries wether they need it or not... you get the idea. My smoke detectors were approaching the 10 year threshold which is the "end of life" for a smoke detector and I knew I would need to be replacing all of them.Fortunately I held off on buying the 1st generation Nest Protect... I've learned to be cautious about these things. After seeing some of the negative reviews around random alarm problems I intentionally delayed purchase until a 2nd generation product was available.With the new Protect 2 out and getting almost universally positive reviews, I went ahead and took the plunge following a 4 year old First Alert CO combination unit dying with 3 chirps every minute at 3:00AM. Good times.My house, like...Read more
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The second gen protects have thus far fixed all the issues with the first gen. I have 2 first gen protects and experienced a few minor issues, but nothing to prevent me from ordering an additional second gen protect.The size of the 2nd gen is a little smaller and more svelte than the 1st gen, overall footprint is about the same though, so don't expect to save a lot of wall space. I have the battery alarm & it came with the necessary 6 AA batteries. One awesome new feature is the access to the batteries is so much easier. You don't need to remove the panel anymore, it's as simple as toggling a lock button to open the panel and change the batteries as needed.Installation was easy as with all Nest products (I had an original 1st gen thermostat and upgraded to the 2nd gen) and the 2nd gen protect was instantly added to my account with no issues, a simple qr code scan and I was up and running, basically seamless integration into my current setup.Some...Read more
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The second gen protects have thus far fixed all the issues with the first gen. I have 2 first gen protects and experienced a few minor issues, but nothing to prevent me from ordering an additional second gen protect.The size of the 2nd gen is a little smaller and more svelte than the 1st gen, overall footprint is about the same though, so don't expect to save a lot of wall space. I have the battery alarm & it came with the necessary 6 AA batteries. One awesome new feature is the access to the batteries is so much easier. You don't need to remove the panel anymore, it's as simple as toggling a lock button to open the panel and change the batteries as needed.Installation was easy as with all Nest products (I had an original 1st gen thermostat and upgraded to the 2nd gen) and the 2nd gen protect was instantly added to my account with no issues, a simple qr code scan and I was up and running, basically seamless integration into my current setup.Some...Read more
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