Just $14.55 (65% off) First Alert Plug-In Carbon Monoxide Detector w/ Battery Backup

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$41.99

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Amazon offers First Alert Plug-In Carbon Monoxide Detector w/ Battery Backup on sale from $41.99 to $14.55. It comes with advanced electrochemical carbon monoxide sensor which accurately detects carbon monoxide levels even if there's a power failure.

It has a 7-year limited warranty.
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