I saw this 2 pack at Costco: https://imgur.com/a/Rmcae9n
At first I thought it was 2 Safe and Sound devices, but when I was paying close attention, it seems to be a Safe and Sound and a regular smoke / CO2 detector. The cost level in appointments waned, but it is still a decent package.
I haven't thought much about smoke detectors, but it's been in the back of my mind since the ones in my house (10) are probably original (2005) and need replacing. I was planning on getting a smart device because, why not? I figured I'd at least get a temp reading in the room into HK. First Alert products do not appear to provide room temperature or other environments. Nevertheless, I figured I should get a smart sensor in every room. After seeing this package as an S&S and regular sensor, I then began to wonder if I need a smart sensor in every room or worse, I need someone at all, especially if they don't want to give an environmental reading or anything else useful for day to day. The $ 30 normal detector x 10 makes the intelligent sensor need a little upside for the premium.
Still, those with Safe and Sound - what's the verdict? Is it worth the price? Can you disable Alexa? I don't mind Siri, but Alexa is not desirable to me, especially in the bedroom.
Costco's website has another model - 2 pack of Smoke + CO2 without Alexa, speaker and night light: https://www.costco.com/First-Alert-Onelink-Smart-Smoke-and-Carbon-Moxox-Detector. product.100492462.html
My second thought is just to go with a dough sensor instead of the wired and use these wired locations for a cute WiFi network, but that's for another post. 🙂
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