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Nest Labs cooperates with Clas Ohlson

Now also available at Clas Ohlson's Nordic markets: Nest Cam by the Alphabet subsidiary Nest Labs.

Now also available at Clas Ohlson's Nordic markets: Nest Cam by the Alphabet subsidiary Nest Labs.

Nest Labs, a company that makes security products for safe homes, is now available on the Nordic market with Clas Ohlson as one of its selected launch partners. "Products for the smart home are becoming increasingly popular in our range. That we have been selected as launch partner for Nest Labs' products in Sweden, Norway and Finland is something we are very proud of, since it means we will be able to offer our customers the very latest within smart home security products," says Richard Larsson, product manager at Clas Ohlson.


Currently available in Clas Ohlson's stores and via e-commerce in Sweden, Norway and Finland are the smoke and carbon monoxide alarm Nest Protect, the security cameras Nest Cam Indoor and Nest Cam Outdoor, as well as the Software Nest Cam IQ, which is said to be able to identify people in one's own home and give out an alarm signal.

| 6 September 2017


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