Nest Protect: Smoke + Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarm and its companion app on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch make safety easy—and decidedly less annoying. Nest Protect speaks up to tell you what the problem is and where it is. It will even message your iPhone when the alarm goes off or the batteries run low. And you can check on things at any time with the Nest app.
Nest Protect can also see the carbon monoxide you can't. Or if there's only a little smoke from just burning the toast, it gives you a friendly heads-up. It also gives you peace of mind by testing itself constantly and showing you everything's working with a quick green glow when you turn off the lights.
- Connect Nest Protect to Wi-Fi and it will send a message to your iPhone if the alarm goes off or the batteries run low
- Speaks up to tell you if there's smoke or CO and tells you where the problem is so you know what to do
- When there's CO, Nest Protect tells you where it's hiding
- Nightly Promise function tests Nest Protect's sensors and batteries and lets you know it's working with a quick green glow at night
- Silence the chirp of low batteries—Nest Protect shows you they're good before you doze off
- Heads-Up delivers a friendly alert so you can handle burning toast before a piercing alarm goes off
- Sends a message to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch if the alarm goes off or if batteries run low
- Prepare for an emergency with the What To Do feature; enter an emergency contact and if something goes wrong, you've got a plan
- When one Nest Protect senses trouble, it tells the others and they all speak up at the same time—even if Wi-Fi is down
Did you notice?Speaks up to tell you if there's smoke or CO and lets you know where CO is located.
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What's in the Box?
- Nest Protect: Smoke + Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarm
- 6 long-life batteries designed for multi-year operation (Battery-powered model); 3 long-life backup batteries (AC-powered model)
- Four screws
- User's guide and welcome guide
- Three wire nuts ((AC-powered model)
- AC 120V connector (AC-powered model)
- Height: 1.61 in./4.1 cm
- Width: 5.28 in./13.4 cm
- Weight: 12.42 oz./352 g
- Length: 5.28 in./13.4 cm
- Mfr. Part Number: S2001LW
- UPC or EAN No.: 854448003396
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- Warranty: Two-year limited hardware warranty
Connect to your Nest Learning Thermostat and Nest Protect smoke and carbon monoxide alarm from one place - the Nest app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. You can adjust the temperature on your Nest Thermostat from anywhere and get notifications for important events, like Heads-Up and Emergency Alarm.
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Ratings & Reviews
I regret having to write this review because we 'jumped' on the Nest bandwagon thinking basically "how could such a great company I regret having to write this review because we 'jumped' on the Nest bandwagon thinking basically "how could such a great company get it wrong?". Frankly, WE were wrong. We bought 14 Nest Protects to replace our nearly 8 year old non-net smoke alarms. Installation is fairly easy but I can understand for some it might be frustrating to link newly bought units to existing ones. However we did so. The units will announce in what room there is a potential problem if they 'go off'. However this will only happen if the room is a room that Nest has in their list. If you have a say "baby nursery", the nest has no such entry so the nest will only say the unit is located "upstairs or downstairs" if you want it to. The Nest can be linked together so that if one goes off anywhere in your home then ALL the others will go off to alert all areas of the home of a fire potential. THIS is GREAT but this can be A BIG PROBLEM. It was for us. Thinking that these units would be well balanced in their detection systems we installed and linked all units together. The first problem occurred luckily in the daytime. One of the alarms produced a "false alarm" reporting smoke. There was none, and then of course all the other units began to repeat this fire waring. It was a big scare to two newborns. You can't really explain this to a child of that age. Luckily we were able to stop the units and they returned to normal. However, perhaps 2 weeks after than the same thing happened. There was NO way to silence the alarm even my pushing the button. ALL ALARMS kept going off and would not stop. We called Customer service and finally had to leave it in the hands of our neighbor who was kind enough to help as we were walking out the door so we did not miss our flight. It really was a mess. We have had three false alarms, one this last week that do not seem to be related in anyway to what is going on in the house. Also, many know now, the much publicized feature of simply waving your hands to stop the alarm has been removed as a feature by Nest due to safety concerns. The 'night light' on the Nest's is only helpful if you are in a pitch dark room and even then the light is so low you will need to wait a few moments for your eyes to adjust so you can hopefully get some help. Also being a square unit as opposed to a circular unit means you have four corners to line up to existing woodwork in your home --- might sound easy but is not. Rounded designs would have produced no such problems. Unlike our home Nest Thermostats we have no had any disconnection problems. Our Nest Thermostats disconnect almost every few hours and remain disconnected until we manually restore them. I was contacted by Nest who said they needed me to be part of a test group as this kind of thing was happening to others. I gladly agreed took copious notes and RARELY heard back (if ever) from those who had requested these … whats worse if the connection problems did not stop. We stopped using the Nest Thermostats so we now have 9 paperweights and are thankful that this has not happened with the smoke alarms. …
- Written by Net M from Fort Lauderdale
14 of 17 people found this useful
Works As Advertised
I have installed four thus far. Two to go. They have been functioning for two months without issue even through a couple power f I have installed four thus far. Two to go. They have been functioning for two months without issue even through a couple power failures. Very easy install/replace previous SDs. Aesthetically pleasing. Be Warned: If you want your network to remain "hidden" as I did, Nest Protect will not work. You have to untoggle the "hide network" in your network's security settings which will allow the Protect to find and link in to your router. I falsely assumed that since the Nest Thermo functions on hidden networks, the Nest Protect would also. Not the case. Otherwise, easy to read/control w/app and iPhone. So other other than the router issue I have nothing critical to say. …
- Written by Gregory F from Wasilla
7 of 9 people found this useful
False alarm, replaced, false alarm, returned. Would not recommend!
- Written by Harold D from Daytona Beach
2 of 2 people found this useful
I have five of the 120v Nest Protects, as well as, a Nest Thermostat installed in my three story townhome and couldn't be more hap I have five of the 120v Nest Protects, as well as, a Nest Thermostat installed in my three story townhome and couldn't be more happy with my purchase. All installed easily and have been working flawlessly over the last month or so. I have had no false alarms or issues that others have mentioned. All in all, I'm very satisfied with this product! …
- Written by Timothy G from Columbus
Works, Works and Keeps on Working!
After reading the poor reviews first I was hesitant to purchase. I installed 3 units and did not have one issue. We had one alar After reading the poor reviews first I was hesitant to purchase. I installed 3 units and did not have one issue. We had one alarm set off with a smokey stove which corrected itself after seconds. I can't help to be suspicious of the poor reviews with comments like, "they should be round for ease of installing square". Really, you don't have a $2 square which I didn't use and successfully installed. I bought both the hard wired & battery for two homes and they installed perfectly! …
- Written by john R from west chicago
This unit has combined the CO and smoke detector. A smoke detector has a usefull life of 5-10 years. The cells for CO has a useful This unit has combined the CO and smoke detector. A smoke detector has a usefull life of 5-10 years. The cells for CO has a usefull life of 2-3 years. This means that this product may have to replaced earlier than because the CO function has expired.
The manufacteur may have designed this product so the CO cell can be replaced by the home owner. I would be interesting to hear what the manufacteur has to say about this. …
- Written by HAROLD G from LONDON
1 of 1 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Can you make the alarm go off from your iPhone?
- Asked by Chris B
- Dec 4, 2014
No. To perform a test of the alarm functions i.e. smoke or carbon monoxide detection, you need to pr No. To perform a test of the alarm functions i.e. smoke or carbon monoxide detection, you need to press the button in the centre. It cannot be remotely activated. The iPhone app will show status of last test and whether everything is working properly, as well as receive notification of any detection/activation from the Nest. …
- Answered by Richard B
- Dec 7, 2014
Connect 1 nest protect with 2 separate iPhones in the same household, using the same wifi network?
- Asked by Timothy P from Richmond
- Oct 22, 2014
What square footage area does one monitor cover? I have a 3 story log home
- Asked by Debby M from Elizabeth
- Jul 29, 2014
Hmm, open plan log home, or does it have rooms? I'd plan to have one local to a device/place such as Hmm, open plan log home, or does it have rooms? I'd plan to have one local to a device/place such as boiler or kitchen, as well as one on say the landing, rather than rely on a specific square footage. Time to detect and raise an alert , giving you time to respond/evacuate, would be a better method to determine how many you need, in my opinion. …
- Answered by Richard B
- Sep 6, 2014
What color is this product (black or white?)
- Asked by Joseph S from Del Mar
- Sep 5, 2014
This is white, the back version is available from Nest's website if you want that.
- Answered by David K from Santa Clara
- Sep 6, 2014
Does the nest protect require nest thermostat?
- Asked by Matthew S from Charlotte
- Jul 1, 2014
No, it is not required. The NEST Protect will function fully on its own, including connecting to you No, it is not required. The NEST Protect will function fully on its own, including connecting to your smartphone app. If you have more than one NEST Protect unit in the house, they can 'talk' to each other, so that if an alarm goes off on one (i.e. the basement) and your somewhere else (i.e. upstairs) all the units will warn you of the fire/CO alarm.
Though if you DO have both the NEST thermostat and the Protect, they can 'talk' to each other to improve some functionality of the thermostat. i.e.: The sensors on the NEST Protect will report your presence in the house to the thermostat to help improve the auto away feature. Also, if a NEST Protect detects Carbon Monoxide, it will tell the thermostat, which will then shut down your furnace in case it's coming from there. …
- Answered by Rick K from Nepean
- Jul 24, 2014