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Domeha.com has Dome Home Automation Z-Wave Water Shut-Off Valve for $99.97 - 40% off w/ promo code cybermonday40 = $59.98. Shipping is free. Thanks maitlande
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Dome [domeha.com] has Cyber Monday deals available on their website for 40% off including free standard shipping (plus tax, if applicable).

Enter the promo code "cybermonday40" at checkout for 40% off the following:

Kits/Bundles:
Water Detection Kit [domeha.com] (3 Leak Sensors & 1 Siren): Retail $179.97 - 40% off = $107.98
Security Starter Kit [domeha.com](3 Motion Detectors, 3 Door/Window Sensors, 1 Siren): Retail $229.97 - 40% off = $137.98
One Room Kit [domeha.com] (1 Motion Detector, 1 Door/Window Sensor, 1 Smart Plug): Retail $99.97 - 40% off = $59.98
Home Maintenance Kit [domeha.com] (2 Leak Sensors, 1 Siren, 1 Mouser (mousetrap): Retail $199.97 - 40% off = $119.98

Multi-packs:
Door/Window Sensor - 3-pack [domeha.com]: Retail $69.97 - 40% off = $41.98
Leak Sensor - 3-pack: [domeha.com] Retail $129.97 - 40% off = $77.98
Motion Detector - 3-pack: [domeha.com] Retail $119.97 - 40% off = $71.98
Smart Plug - 3-pack: [domeha.com] Retail $119.97 - 40% off = $71.98
Mouse Control - 2-pack: [domeha.com] Retail $139.97 - 40% off = $83.98
Security Siren - 3-pack: [domeha.com] Retail $129.97 - 40% off = $77.98

Individual items:
Leak Sensor: [domeha.com] Retail $49.97 - 40% off = $29.98
Door/Window Sensor [domeha.com]: Retail $24.97 - 40% off = $14.98
On/Off Plug-in Switch [domeha.com]: Retail $44.97 - 40% off = $26.98
Motion Detector: [domeha.com] Retail $44.97 - 40% off = $26.98
Siren: [domeha.com] Retail $49.97 - 40% off = $29.98
Mouser (smart mousetrap): [domeha.com] Retail: $79.97 - 40% off = $47.98

OOS:
Leak Prevention Kit [domeha.com](1 Main Shut-Off Valve & 3 Leak Sensors): Retail $219.97 - 40% off = $131.98
Water Main Shut-Off Valve [domeha.com]: Retail $99.97 - 40% off = $59.98
Door/Window Sensor Pro - 3-pack [domeha.com]: Retail $79.97 - 40% off = $47.98
Door/Window Sensor Pro: [domeha.com] Retail $29.97 - 40% off = $17.98

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Last Edited by kubel December 2, 2017 at 10:50 AM
Original post reports things out of stock that are now back in stock. I just ordered the water shutoff valve with sensor kit. the site also shows the valve by itself in stock as well.
5:11pm PST.

For those that have ordered, check your credit card charges and verify your discounts were applied. A few of us have been overcharged and they haven't corrected the issue.

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Shut off the globe valve, install a Sharkbite 1/4 turn ball valve downstream (into the house) of the master shut off, open the globe valve. Use the ball valve as your primary shut off from here on out.

EDIT: Wow is that website difficult to use.
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Ouch. Can't you just cut out the existing globe valve (will leak eventually) and use a Sharkbite fitting for the ball valve? $20ish DIY.
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great deal but can't checkout for some reason
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keeps price dropping like $10-$20 a week

so should I expect this to be $30 soon?
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Checkout on mobile device worked for me. Otherwise it wont add to cart on desktop browser.
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no luck with mobile or desktop- won't take my money!
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Great deal. I'm planning to bite, but my damn house had a globe valve instead of a ball valve. As much as I want to do the repair myself, I planned on just passing the work to a plumber... T&M will cost around $200 for this job.... I might bite to make the modification. Does this peace of mind of being able to shut my water in case of any major leaks worth ~$260?
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Bought the overall leak detection kit. Thanks!!
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Nice deal! Been thinking about getting one of these plus some of the leak sensors from recent deals.
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Does this peace of mind of being able to shut my water in case of any major leaks worth ~$260?
IMO this is one of the best home automation investments to make, when combined with leak sensors at the various likely failure points in the house. Set up your HA hub so that when water is detected, the main water supply is immediately shut off.

A flex hose on my water heater failed a while ago, before I had gotten into home automation. I'm not sure how long it leaked before we discovered it. Thankfully my water heater is in the garage, but the clean up was still a major pain.
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Great deal. I'm planning to bite, but my damn house had a globe valve instead of a ball valve. As much as I want to do the repair myself, I planned on just passing the work to a plumber... T&M will cost around $200 for this job.... I might bite to make the modification. Does this peace of mind of being able to shut my water in case of any major leaks worth ~$260?
Ouch. Can't you just cut out the existing globe valve (will leak eventually) and use a Sharkbite fitting for the ball valve? $20ish DIY.
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nice find with good price. thanks and repped!
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Great deal. I'm planning to bite, but my damn house had a globe valve instead of a ball valve. As much as I want to do the repair myself, I planned on just passing the work to a plumber... T&M will cost around $200 for this job.... I might bite to make the modification. Does this peace of mind of being able to shut my water in case of any major leaks worth ~$260?
A ball valve is a good upgrade on its own since they're typically more reliable. If you get a leak you'll wish you would have spent the money.
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Ouch. Can't you just cut out the existing globe valve (will leak eventually) and use a Sharkbite fitting for the ball valve? $20ish DIY.
Unfortunately, I don't have the key to shut off the main water line downstream of the water meter outside Frown
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