Find out more about Nest Protect Smart Smoke Alarms
Meet Nest Protect.
The Nest Protect smoke and carbon monoxide alarm speaks up to tell you what the problem is and where it is. It can even send an alert to your phone if an alarm goes off or the batteries are getting low.
Know more, worry less.
The simple act of beeping has saved thousands of lives.
But a beep only lets you know that there’s a problem. Somewhere. In an emergency, you don’t have time to guess what’s wrong. With Nest Protect, you don’t have to.
Burned the toast? Nest Protect won’t just start yelling at you.
Before turning on a loud, howling alarm, Nest Protect gives you an early warning we call Heads-Up. Nest Protect lights up yellow and speaks with a human voice. It tells you where smoke is or when carbon monoxide levels are rising. This gives you an earlier warning if there’s an emergency, or allows you to silence Nest Protect if it’s just a nuisance alarm, like an overly enthusiastic toaster.
Always know. From anywhere.
Get a message on your phone or tablet if Nest Protect sounds the alarm for smoke or carbon monoxide. It will also send you a message if the batteries start to run low. And you can check the status of batteries and sensors at any time on the Nest app.
A clear voice when things go wrong.
In addition to an alarm sound, Nest Protect speaks to you with a human voice. It tells you what the problem is and where it is, so you know what to do. And if you have more than one Nest Protect, they can speak up at the same time even if Wi-Fi is down.
See what's invisible.
You can’t see carbon monoxide. Or smell it. Its early symptoms are easily mistaken for the flu, but longer exposure can
be deadly. That’s why Nest Protect constantly looks for dangerous levels of carbon monoxide.
You don't have to be afraid of the dark.
Next time you stumble out of bed in the middle of the night, Nest Protect will automatically light your way. You can turn the Pathlight feature on or off using the Nest app.
Makes you a promise.
When you turn off the lights to go to bed, you’ll see your Nest Protect glow green for a second. That means batteries and sensors are working. It also means you won’t be waking up at 2am to low-battery chirps. Sweet dreams.