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Wireless Christmas Tree Fire Alarm

Wireless Christmas Tree Fire Alarm

Detects heat, not smoke Remote alarm sounds when sensor hits 150° Fahrenheit
Independent Maker

Full Details

  • Instructions: Place the ornament sensor right inside the tree. Place the remote alarm in a safe location where you know it will be heard, such as above a doorway or near bedrooms. See user manual for more information
  • Patent pending technology recognizes when temperature hits “danger zone” (150° Fahrenheit or higher)
  • Alarm sounds instantly and continuously to alert you to danger even if the sensor is melted
  • Wireless signal travels up to 90 feet through walls and floors
  • Multi-year battery alarm system means no replacing or chirping for years
  • Please note: For indoor use only. Smoke and CO detectors are mandated by law in most cities
  • Made in China
Plastic housing, LED indicators
When not in use, store neatly in a cool, dry location protected from sunlight
One ornament fire sensor, requires 2 AA batteries (not included); one remote alarm, with mounting bracket and two screws, requires 3 AA batteries (not included)
8" x 8.5" x 3.75"
0.47 lb
Independent Maker


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Wireless Christmas Tree Fire Alarm

Detects heat, not smoke Remote alarm sounds when sensor hits 150° Fahrenheit
This wireless Christmas tree alarm puts safety at the top of your list. The ornament design blends with your decorations, but serves a standout purpose. The heat sensor can detect if temperatures hit the danger zone of 150° Fahrenheit and the remote alarm will alert you.

Safer Alarms

Safer Alarms was created by Maker Marc Toland, who wanted to fill the fire-safety void he noticed around Christmas trees. His wireless fire detection systems make speedy alerts a priority. The battery-powered detectors rely on heat sensors—placed in high-risk areas, like a Christmas tree—rather than smoke detection, for an earlier warning. When a detector hits 150° Fahrenheit, it will transmit a signal to a remote alarm up to ninety feet away, even if it’s already melted.

Safer Alarms aren’t meant to be a replacement to smoke detectors, but an addition to your home safety set-up that gives you advanced notice and advanced peace of mind. more Their Story