Protect Your Family Against Two Deadly Threats In The Home
Combines Carbon Monoxide And Natural Gas Sensing Technology
9 Volt Alkaline Backup Battery Provides Continuous Protection
out of 35 reviews
56% recommend this product
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May 6, 2014
It works fine : )
it works very good. No problems with easy installation.
Sep 2, 2013
Don't count on this to detect Natural Gas!
google the model# MCND401B and look at the reviews on Amazon...the first on has a video of guy waving this "Natural gas" alarm over an unlit stove with the gas on..no alarm. I bought this from HD despite having big doubts over whether it works...Perhaps the guy got a bad one...it happens. When I got the alarm, I pulled the tag blocking the battery, pushed the test buttons to confirm it was live and replicated the test in the video...waving the alarm directly over an unlit burner with gas gushing out. Narry a peep from the alarm...just like in the video. Back to HD it went.
23 people found this helpful
May 21, 2013
So far meets expectations. Easy to use product
with all the features to assure saftey.
Apr 9, 2013
I bought this a part of the installation of my tankless water heater. It's great that it covers only one electrical outlet (allowing me the plug the tankless water heater into the other one) yet gives me the comfort of knowing I'm covered for both natural gas and carbon monoxide alarms. I didn't find any lower prices than through Home Depot, and shipping was quick, complete with a return shipping sticker if needed. That's great, proactive customer service.
2 people found this helpful
Mar 12, 2013
It works, I'm not an expert, but it's easy
It plugs into an outlet and does the job of monitoring gas levels and CO. I have it in the downstairs hallway and it is very loud, so it should wake up most of the house if there is danger. We had an incident before I bought the detector and a cook-stove was not turned off all the way, so it leaked gas the whole day downstairs and I couldn't smell it upstairs, however when my husband came home, he could smell the gas from outside and told me to put my coat on and my baby's coat on and to get outside. We're very fortunate that the old house was drafty and didn't blow up.