Expired: Just $17.58 (71% off) First Alert Dual-Sensor Smoke & Fire Alarm

$ 17.58
Buy the best-selling First Alert Dual-Sensor Smoke & Fire Alarm for $17.58 at Amazon. Its dual ionization and photoelectric sensors detect smoke from both smoldering and flaming fires.

Features include intelligent sensing technology, an 85-decibel alarm, and test/silence button. Two AA batteries required, included.

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