First Alert – Be the First to Know When CO Monoxide Enters Your Home

Consumer Update

Carbon Monoxide is not a substance you ever want to mess with. It’s one of the leading causes of accidental poisoning deaths in the United States and it’s a poison you can’t see. It’s a colorless and odorless gas that’s impossible to detect without an alarm, so you should make it a priority to protect your home at all times.

CO has been known to escape from common fossil-fuel burning sources like heaters, fireplaces, furnaces, and cooking appliances. But a detector, in particular, that can track CO immediately is First Alert.

First Alert is the most trusted brand in home safety and it contains a 10-year carbon monoxide alarm that features top technology and features for premium protection. With its 10-year sealed battery multi-function, carbon monoxide alarm uses an electromechanical sensor to capture and read the highest CO levels in the home.

The First Alert CO alarm emits a loud, 85dB alarm if carbon monoxide levels are detected at dangerous levels.Its peak function captures and allows you to retrieve the highest CO level recorded in the home.

With its design to sit attractively such as on a tabletop or dresser, the First Alert CO alarm blends perfectly in the home. The lengthy lifespan of this guy lowers the risk of forgetting to replace the battery and leaves you reassured that your home is protected.

Take a look at some of the other features that First Alert offers:

  • Multi-function, backlit digital display to view CO levels or room temperature
  • Peak level feature that retrieves the highest concentration of carbon monoxide measured
  • Ten-year lithium batteries that provide continuous protection without the need for replacement
  • Sleek and compact design that allows easy tabletop or wall mount placement

If you’re in the market for a carbon monoxide detector, scope out First Alert’s list of top safety products that are available at stores nationwide and online.


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