Top 10 Best Smoke Detectors - Jun 2019

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Rank Product Name Score
1 First Place Smoke Detector, Ardwolf 2 Pack Photoelectric Smoke and Fire Alarm with UL Listed Smoke Detector, Ardwolf 2 Pack Photoelectric Smoke and Fire Alarm with UL Listed
By Ardwolf
9.7
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2 Best Value Smoke Detector and Fire Alarm 4 Pack Photoelectric Sensor Smoke Alarms Easy to Smoke Detector and Fire Alarm 4 Pack Photoelectric Sensor Smoke Alarms Easy to
By SITERWELL
9.5
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3 Smoke and Fire Alarm,3 Packs Photoelectric Smoke Alarm with Light Sound Warning 9V Smoke and Fire Alarm,3 Packs Photoelectric Smoke Alarm with Light Sound Warning 9V
By Sobrovo
9.2
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4 First Alert 2-in-1 Z-Wave Smoke Detector & Carbon Monoxide Alarm First Alert 2-in-1 Z-Wave Smoke Detector & Carbon Monoxide Alarm
By First Alert
8.9
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5 Kidde Battery-Operated Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Voice Warning KN-COSM-BA Kidde Battery-Operated Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Voice Warning KN-COSM-BA
By Kidde
8.6
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6 First Alert P1010 10-Year Photoelectric Smoke and Fire Alarm First Alert P1010 10-Year Photoelectric Smoke and Fire Alarm
By First Alert
8.2
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7 Kidde KN-COSM-IBA Hardwire Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Battery Backup and Voice Warning Kidde KN-COSM-IBA Hardwire Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Battery Backup and Voice Warning
By Kidde
8.1
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8 First Alert BRK SC-9120B Hardwire Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Battery Backup First Alert BRK SC-9120B Hardwire Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Battery Backup
By First Alert
7.6
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9 Night Vision Smoke Detector Camera, WiFi hidden Camera 1080P Video Recorder Wireless IP Night Vision Smoke Detector Camera, WiFi hidden Camera 1080P Video Recorder Wireless IP
By Betruststores
7.3
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10 Smoke Detector Guard,Steel,9 In D SAFETY TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL STI-8200-W Smoke Detector Guard,Steel,9 In D SAFETY TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL STI-8200-W
By Safety Technology
7.3
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Consumer Reports: 3 CO Alarms Pose Safety Risk | Consumer Reports

Carbon monoxide alarms, also called CO alarms,are a key safety device for your home.

During our recent carbon monoxide alarm tests,we found three off-brand alarms purchased from Amazonand eBay that did not respond properlyto dangerous levels of CO in the air.

We performed two tests, one at high CO concentrationsand one at low concentrations, to accountfor different scenarios that might arise in a home.

At the low concentration, an alarmshould go off between 40 minutes and two hours and 45 minutes.

Two of the alarms, the GoChange 882 LCD and the NetBoatWB_H3110061, failed to go off at all.

At the high level concentration, an alarmshould trigger between 4 and 15 minutes.

This GoChange alarm failed to go off.

The NetBoat did respond to the higher concentration,but it did too fast, sounding after only 30 seconds.

If an alarm goes off too quickly,that's considered a nuisance alarm,and it could lead the homeowner to either unplug or removethe batteries from the alarm.

And that could lead to a dangerous situation.

A third model, the FoHo YJ-806 failed both tests,going off too fast at both levels of CO exposure.

It's important to note that none of the failed alarmswere marked with a UL certification.

The UL certification shows that your alarm meets widelyaccepted safety standards.

If your alarm doesn't have that certification,we recommend that you replace it.

After being contacted by Consumer Reports,Amazon said the products were no longer available for sale.

They told us they also removed several similar alarms, nottested by CR, that, we pointed out,did not list the UL certification.

Amazon will work with consumers whomay have purchased these alarms under the terms of its returnpolicy.

EBay responded that based on our report,they had removed the specific carbon monoxide alarmlisting from the seller and requested the seller contactany buyers who may have purchased these alarms.

We are unaware of any injuries related to these products.

If you already own one of the FoHo, GoChange, or NetBoatcarbon monoxide alarms, we advise that you stop using themand purchase one of our recommended COalarms, such as the Top Rated First AlertCO615 a standalone alarm, or the First Alert OneLinkSCO501CN, an interconnected alarm thatsyncs with multiple alarms in your home.

For more information about carbon monoxide alarms,please visit consumerreports.

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