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CO EXPERTS Home Safety PRO-10

CO EXPERTS Home Safety PRO-10

Regular price $199.00 USD
Regular price $229.00 USD Sale price $199.00 USD
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CO EXPERTS Home Safety PRO-10 - SKU# 2016-10

The Home Safety PRO-10 is considered by many professionals to be the best low level CO monitor available to residential customers.


  • Continuous "real-time" display of Carbon Monoxide levels from 7 - 50 PPM
  • Focused calibrated accuracy at multiple low-level alarm points - 10, 25, 35, and 50 PPM
  • Easy-to-use display functions of real-time CO levels, Peak levels, and possible COHb exposure levels
  • Sealed battery for the life of the unit, no replacements required
  • Versatile- Table top, portable, and wall mount options included
  • The only unit available to focus on below 50 PPM levels only


  • Color: White
  • Power source: Battery powered
  • Size:  4 oz
  • Warranty:  3 years
  • SKU#-2016-10

When it comes to protecting yourself, your family, and your loved ones – don’t just meet the standards – exceed the standards with real low-level protection with CO EXPERTS Home Safety PRO-10

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Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
Daniel Kesselring
Works at low CO levels.

Easy to install. Works at very low CO levels. My previous one even registered CO levels when a contractor was using a nail gun at a lower level in my house!

Kent Spencer
Does it work?

The three sensors I purchased all read 0 all the time so I don’t know if they’re working or not. I assume they’re working but I don’t know.


I love having a near real-time display if LOW levels of CO are present. But I was expecting some CO readings from my 22-year-old furnace… and nothing has been detected— which I’m taking to mean I can safely plan furnace replacement without rushing into it.

Bruce Baer

I had purchased a 2610-10 unit several years ago after fairly extensive research as to the best one for general aviation. As an instructor flying in different folks' aircraft, I misplaced the unit. So back to reseaching to see if anyone had a better mousetrap and I concluded that the 2610-10 unit is still the best for my general aviaiton use so I purchased another one. There are quite a few different CO units on the market and all doing the same thing more or less. The most important point to make here is that every aircraft should have some type of CO detector.


This is exactly what we wanted. It registered a 16 when we placed it into the area we were concerned about. All the other monitors wouldn't have alerted until a 20 was reached. This is an emergency level. We wanted to know well before that level was breached. We'd highly recommend this product.