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Samsung SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit + Water Leak Sensor EXPIRED

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Micro Center has Samsung SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit + Water Leak Sensor Bundle on sale for $109.99. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Otherwise, shipping is $5.99. Thanks sukki13

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Includes:
  • 1x SmartThings Hub
  • 2x SmartThings Multipurpose Sensors
  • SmartThings Motion Sensor
  • SmartThings Outlet
  • SmartThings Water Leak Sensor
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This deal was in today's Micro Center email.

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Samsung SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit with Bonus Water Leak Sensor 4U1029 - Micro Center

1 x SmartThings Hub
2 x SmartThings Multipurpose Sensors
SmartThings Motion Sensor
SmartThings Outlet
Bonus SmartThings Water Leak Sensor
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Damn need the leak sensor n not all the other stuff lol
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Good deal, around Xmas the hub was $50 and the sensors listed were about $20 each

And smartthings is awesome, so flexible and works with so many different devices
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Damn need the leak sensor n not all the other stuff lol
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Is it worth the price, should i pull trigger or wait for better deal. Experts plz suggest
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Anyone have experience with the Smartthings Link for Nvidia Shield? I'm debating getting this just for the hub (the extras are just a plus), but read that the Smartthings Links does the same thing.
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Good deal, around Xmas the hub was $50 and the sensors listed were about $20 each

And smartthings is awesome, so flexible and works with so many different devices
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I have Google home. I also got a TP Link smart switch over the holidays. Haven't done anything with the switch yet.

Do I need this for automation? If I buy this can I use the motion sensor as security device to get updates if motion is sensed in the house? Or is there an easier, cheaper solution? Will I still use the Google home with the hub or is it not required if I have the hub?
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Damn need the leak sensor n not all the other stuff lol
I actually bought this FIBARO Flood Sensor ZW3 for $25 refurbished. No tax, free prime shipping. Came like new. $25. Seems to be working pretty well in my basement all the way on the other side of the house behind my hot water heater. Paired very easily with SmartThings.

It's battery operated but has terminals that you can plug in a power adapter. Also can plug in a telescopic water sensor. Though I'm happy with what it offers even without it.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-l...ished=true
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I actually bought this FIBARO Flood Sensor ZW3 for $25 refurbished. No tax, free prime shipping. Came like new. $25. Seems to be working pretty well in my basement all the way on the other side of the house behind my hot water heater. Paired very easily with SmartThings.

It's battery operated but has terminals that you can plug in a power adapter. Also can plug in a telescopic water sensor. Though I'm happy with what it offers even without it.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-l...ished=true
Thanks will check it out
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Is it worth the price, should i pull trigger or wait for better deal. Experts plz suggest
Hub was $50 on BF everywhere, leak sensor cheapest I have seen was $20 at Best buy($10 after email coupon for $10) and generic sensors were around $10 each. I have no idea about the motion sensor and outlet. So not a bad price if you need all the sensors listed. I'm considering getting this deal for my parents.
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Does anyone have any experience with this?
I have the setup in our net condo. Works awesome for past 5 months. One sensor just needed to be reset after an update but went away for holidays & other trips and was nice to monitor the house since we dont know the neighbors more than 5/6 months lol
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Reserved one for store pick-up. Found a $5 off 30 on a coupon website that can be used for in-store pick-up. Hopefully it stacks on top of this sale...the exclusions don't indicate that it wouldn't.
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The cheapest the hub has been was $50 around BF and sensors for $20 and outlet was $20 too I think (maybe not?). The sum of parts given the prices is a good deal if you need all of these. I didnt want the motion sensors, heard they are lagging compared to the quality of the water sensors. I already have tons of outlets so dont need it and never did.

If you will use each piece and you dont have any, this is a good price.
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Excellent price if you need everything. Good price even if you have a hub already.
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Damn need the leak sensor n not all the other stuff lol
Xiaomi sensors aren't the worlds most user friendly but you can get them for 10 bucks or less. If you're familiar with use the smartthings IDE and setting up device handlers i'd consider it. If not I'd skip it. Some people hate them but out of 5 I've bought for about 8 bucks a pop 4 work great, one seems to be eating batteries though. For the 40 bucks or so I spent I couldn't buy 2 of any other sensor.

Mydigitaldiscount also has the Visonic door/windows for 10 bucks somewhat regularly, and the bosch motion for like 14-15 bucks. Though personally I prefer the monoprice recessed sensor (at least on doors, hate those little boxes sticking off my door) which occasionally dips below 20 bucks. If you need all of the things in the package deal it's a good deal, but if not you can pretty easily piece together a better system when the hub is on sale at 50.
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