Nest Protect 9 Oct 2013
Safety shouldn't be annoying. That's why the new Nest Protect smoke and carbon monoxide alarm shuts up when you wave at it ("no more swinging towels or brooms") and sends a message to your phone when its batteries run low. It also "speaks with a human voice, telling you where and what the danger is, and gives you a friendly Heads-Up before turning on a loud alarm".
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