I think you're holding onto some sort of false hope bud, "should"
implies obligation. The alarms must meet "BS" standards which the nest
products don't 路♂️, even Nest themselves have said their products
don't meet this. Regards of your building war...
I've seen where you get the "should" but it says this: "What you need to
doIf you are a homeowner, it's your responsibility to make sure your
home meets the new fire alarms standard. By February 2022 every home
will need to have: one smoke alarm in t...
My apologies for saying that the product would be "defective", of course
the system would work as it was intended.What I should have said that
it's not fit for purpose so it might as well be defective, well unless
you want to keep the pretty £300+ ni...
Did you really just say "you can still use your Nest Protect as a smoke
and carbon monoxide alarm", you are kidding right? You expect customers
to keep your defective product along with a compliant set?You have just
lost a whole country of potential ...