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Smoke/carbon monoxide sensor

We are traveling to the Balkans in September and would like to take a portable smoke and carbon monoxide sensor with us. Any recommendations of a brand name to consider?

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This is a carbon monoxide sensor which we took with us for two weeks in England. It worked perfectly. Remember you have to have an adapter and converter. It uses 2 AA batteries which we removed for our flights. We packed the sensor in our carry-on luggage. IT DOES NOT USE LITHIUM batteries, so it was perfect. I also bought one as a stocking stuffer for my older son and his wife who took it to Portugal.

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How would you get dangerous levels of CO in your hotel room? I suppose if you were living in a garage and ran a car with the door closed ? Or maybe an unflued gas heater (not sure they even existing in Europe). How many people die of CO poisoning a year in European hotels?

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