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Travel Carbon Monoxide Detector

Hello All,

I am looking for a portable/ personal carbon monoxide detector to take traveling when staying in a hotel.

So far I have found two posiblities ensorcon inspector and pocket CO 300.

Is anyone aware of any others?




  • JStarJStar Member Posts: 2,668

    Love my Testo 317-3. It calibrates even in an affected area so you don't have to turn it on outside.
    - Joe Starosielec
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  • Jim DavisJim Davis Member Posts: 578
    Portable CO Detector

    The sensorcon is good and durable.  Low level CO monitors that are battery powered are good also. 
  • gerralstuflergerralstufler Member Posts: 5

    Sorry but I don't have any information regarding carbon monoxide detector. I am also searching for an affordable carbon monoxide detector. 
  • icesailoricesailor Member Posts: 7,265
    Personal CO detectors:

    I've used this one for years. Its been reliable and reads the same as my Bacharach Insight analyzer. It went off in a hotel in North Carolina that had a CO leak.

    There are now others like the Testo. The UEI was available on the wall at FW Webb when I saw it.

    If you stock it, and you show it, someone will buy it.
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