Portable carbon monoxide detectorThis week I received a portable device that could eventually save my life while traveling. The KNCOB-DP2 Tamper Resistant Plug-In Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Battery Backup plugs directly into a standard wall outlet, making installation quick and easy to use at hotels, house rentals or in your home.

I’ve read too many stories about carbon monoxide poisoning in hotels/motels and house rentals so here’s one way to help you and your family stay safe. The device has a (2 AA) battery backup to provide protection even during power outages when many CO incidences occur. It costs only $20 on Amazon and has a 10-year limited warranty.

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