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2. It has only a photoelectric sensor, which normally will mean that it is more effective in detecting smoldering fires rather than fast burning ones and that's exactly the performance that Consumer Reports found when it tested the first generation model. However, the current, second generation Nest has a unique Split Spectrum sensor that's said to be more effective than the norm for photoelectric technology. However, we did not spot any rigorous testing to verify that claim, so for now, consider this to be a standard photoelectric unit. Likewise, expert testing of the CO side of things is limited. No one has rigorously tested the CO detector performance of the second generation model. Consumer Reports says that the first generation Nest Protect worked well as a CO detector, though it was more effective in sounding an alarm when it spots high CO concentrations than low. User reviews, once mixed, are now much stronger as the product has been updated and tweaked since release. It currently earns a 4. 6 star rating following nearly 6,000 reviews at Amazon. While there are other smart smoke detectors available, none that we spotted have received the positive feedback that we saw for the Nest Protect.

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99 monthly is needed to get the most out of it. Features included are full length videos that are stored for 30 days, unlimited video downloads, and two way Canary talk. You can sign up for Canary All in One hereImage Credit: NestImage credit: Nest3. Nest SecureA slick home security option from Nest$139. 99 View at Best Buy$226. 99View at Amazon$249View at WalmartSee all prices 28 found?These days, Nest is part of Google, and the company has expanded into home security with Nest Secure. This is sold as the Nest Secure alarm system, commanding a premium fee of $399, and it includes a base station, two Nest Tags, and two sensors. The Nest Tag is a key fob style device that can arm or disarm the system when in proximity with the base station – other options for arming include a passcode, Google Assistant, and the Nest App. The sensor is Stick Nest Detect, which is a versatile piece of hardware, as each one can be used to secure a window, door, or even a wall, as it detects motion, with additional sensors available for $49. All of these sensors feed their information through the base station to the Nest App. Nest Secure works over Wi Fi, but cellular access as a backup is a $5 additional monthly option.