Nursery essentials: CAVIUS smoke alarm
Create a beautiful, safe nursery for your newborn
Top of an expectant mothers’ to-do list in the third trimester is creating a beautiful nursery. It’s such an exciting time for you and your partner to bond with baby before birth, as you decide on the style, personal touches, colour and décor of your haven. There are a wide range of furniture and gadget options out there and it’s easy to get carried away when you’re deciding between the cot of your dreams (with a big price tag) or a basic, but perfectly functional cot that won’t break the bank.
When you have spent hours (or weeks) Pinterest pinning, internet browsing and magazine flicking, though overwhelming, it’s essential to remember it all comes down to basics - creating a calm and safe environment for you and baby. Once you have decided upon a cot, feeding chair and a changing table, invest in a CAVIUS smoke alarm.
Children and babies won’t wake to the sound of a fire alarm – this ability doesn’t kick in until they are teenagers – which is why the CAVIUS Wireless Family alarms is a must-have gadget for every nursery.
Each alarm connects to others in the home via new RF technology. When one alarm sounds, all other connected alarms will also sound, providing you and your family with the earliest detection. All adults in your home, whether they’re upstairs, downstairs, or even in a separate wing of the house will know immediately if there is a potential fire developing somewhere in the home. Fast detection provides vital minutes and will help with evacuation out of the house faster in the case of a fire.
It’s an important addition to your family home, one that will give you peace of mind. Even if you already have one installed in your hallway, it’s advisable to install one in your baby’s room, do regular checks and replace yearly.
Top features of a CAVIUS Wireless Family Alarm
New RF technology with the ability to connect up to 32 alarms
5-year long-life Duracell battery (replaceable)
An easy and wide 10-minute hush and test button
30-day low battery alert
AS3786:2014 certified and New Zealand Building Code compliant
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