Best HomeKit smoke and CO detectors for the Home app 2023

Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors are essential for keeping your family and home safe. However, smoke detectors require replacement every ten years, so if yours are due for an upgrade, you should look into the best HomeKit smoke detectors for the Home app. With HomeKit, your smoke and CO detector can send timely notifications straight to your iPhone if trouble arises — even when you are away from home. Plus, with Black Friday just around the corner, you may be able to secure your home for less. Here are our picks for the best HomeKit smoke and CO detectors.

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The best HomeKit smoke detectors for the Home app allow you to get notifications when a dangerous situation occurs and so much more. HomeKit smoke and CO detectors integrate with other accessories to automatically turn on your smart light bulbs when smoke is in the air, which can help guide you and your family to safety.

Are you looking for the absolute best HomeKit smoke detector for the Home app? Then look no further than the OneLink Safe and Sound. This feature-rich accessory includes an AirPlay 2 speaker, Amazon's Alexa, a customizable LED nightlight, and an interconnectivity function that extends its smart capabilities to all of your existing smoke and CO detectors.

Do you need to add a smoke and CO detector to a room without existing wiring? Then the OneLink Battery-Powered Smoke and CO Detector is your best bet. This unit looks like a typical smoke detector, but it comes with replaceable batteries that last up to five years and can mount just about anywhere. If you don't mind doing some hardwiring yourself, then the Hardwire version is also a great option.

Christopher Close

Christopher spends most of his time writing and dreaming about all things HomeKit and the Home app. Whether it is installing smart light switches, testing the latest door locks, or automating his households daily routines, Christopher has done it all.

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