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First Alert Hardwired Smoke & Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detector $33.00 (53% off) +FS @ Amazon.com


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#1 magickallight  OFFLINE  

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Posted May 16, 2021 - 10:59 pm

Amazon.com offers the
First Alert BRK SC9120LBL Hardwired Smoke and Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detector with 10 Year Sealed Battery Backup
List Price: $69.99 Details
With Deal: $33.00
You Save: $36.99 (53%)
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Style: 10 Year Battery Backup

Keep your family safer with this hardwired smoke and carbon monoxide alarm; The 10 year battery backup means constant monitoring for the life of the alarm even if there's a power failure
Features an electrochemical Carbon Monoxide sensing technology as well as intelligent smoke sensing technology to reduce nuisance alarms; Keyhole slots in the mounting bracket eliminate the need to remove the electrical box screws for installation
Indicator lights on the face of the unit display the presence of smoke or carbon monoxide, while an 85 decibel siren provides a clear, loud warning upon detection
Simple to use, with a single test/silence button; Included 10 year lithium battery features a locked drawer to prevent tampering
10-year limited warranty; Equipped with end-of-life signal chirp, so you know when it’s time to replace the unit for safety
Rigorously tested to meet UL standards, Emits T3 pattern
Faster turnarounds on job sites with the easy-to-install, most-trusted alarms in home safety
First Alert has been the most trusted brand in home safety since launching the first residential smoke alarm in 1958 (Based on a First Alert Brand Trust Survey in February 2018)

 

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