First Alert Onelink Wi-Fi Smoke & CO Alarm (Battery)
- Battery-powered smoke and carbon monoxide alarm alerts you to dangers inside your home
- Voice alerts clearly tell you what is setting off the alarm and where it is located
- Connects wirelessly with other compatible Onelink alarms (sold separately)
- Expanded operating system provides compatibility with nearly any smartphone or tablet
- Includes mounting bracket, hardware, and manual to make installation quick and easy
- Mounting Bracket and Hardware
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Of the 2 reviewers who responded, 1 would recommend this product.
- Not so smart- February 23, 2020
It tested just fine, so I'm sure it will work as a smoke/co alarm, however, the app is garbage and always crashes when trying to add to HomeKit- maybe it would work if not using the iOS app or HomeKit, but if you have apple, you're basically paying $140 for a smoke detector that is not so smart and doesn't provide any benefit beyond a normal no-wifi detector. I bought 2 of these and am returning them.
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- Waste of my time- December 11, 2020
Wired and wireless will not connect to app. Wasted 4 hrs trying to diagnose. Only paid 109.99 but not worth the effort to see if another will workNo, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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- Takes up to 90 seconds before notification arrives- October 26, 2020
I had no issue adding the Smoke/CO Alarm to Homekit with an Apple TV 4K hub running tvOS 14.0.2 using the Onelink app on an iPhone running iOS 14.1. If you wait too long between steps (after successfully connecting to Homekit), the app seems to timeout trying to get the device to connect to Wi-Fi, and then you have to press the button on the device 5 times and restart the entire setup process. Not a big deal. The process does eventually work. The biggest issue this device has is that it takes up to 90 seconds of the alarm being triggered before a notification is received via the Onelink app. A few seconds later, a Homekit notification is also received. I tested by generating smoke under the alarm (the in-app test isn't a true test, in my opinion), and I made sure to disable Wi-Fi and Blutooth on my iPhone. I guess I don't really mind as long as I receive a notification within a couple minutes. I realize that situation isn't ideal, so I removed a star. Also, the battery will die after 5 years, and the only way to get a replacement is by contacting First Alert, but at least the replacement battery is free. Anyway, I don't want to bother with Homebridge yet to use Nest Protect, so this Homekit solution is reasonable enough for now.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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