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The domestic ones certainly are, since they're not designed for a a high humidity environment. The marine-specific ones, like the Fireboy Xintex seem to do fairly well.

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I've found CO detectors to be unreliable on boats. They seem to false alarm frequently due to humidity, or if you use any spray cleaners near them, or in certain phases of the moon . Is there a reliable sensor out there?
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