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Amazon: Dome Z-wave Water Shutoff Valve $78.97

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Been looking at these for a while. Seems to be the lowest price I've seen at $78.97 with free shipping over $25.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...A93O&psc=1

If you need a sensor to go along with it, your best option might be with the Smartest House as they have theirs with 1 sensor on sale for $109.94 with free shipping. Amazon's price with an add on sensor would be approx $115.

https://www.thesmartesthouse.com/...ention-kit
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Good price! These should also work to control rad zones in an older house.
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Good price but it has been cheaper before.

It was $60 through their website on cyber Monday last year.
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I've had this in my wishlist on Amazon for some time - this is the normal price. Below $70 would be considered a deal.
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got this on cyber monday, highly recommended. Got it "attached" to a water sensor under my dishwasher and my washing machine.
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Got mine for 60 on Cyber Monday, actually I missed that and paid 75 but did price match with discover, so got a refund. It works great but beware if your valve is hard to turn, you might have issues
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I have one of these. Highly recommended, it works really well. I have it hooked up to a water sensor at the base of my hot water heater. I'll eventually get more sensors and put them under my dishwasher and washing machine.
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I got this cyber Monday also and it's already saved me. Last week the washing machine drain got clogged with a sock. By the time i knew it the water was already shut off.
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Didn't know this exists. While I was traveling last week, our fridge waterline broke and water was flooded in the kitchen. Having this in place definitely would have saved the day. It freaked my wife out big time. Not that it's going to happen again, I'm going to consider putting this device in place. Only thing is, how many of the sensors will I have to buy and what are the common places? Kitchen(check), washer(check), etc.
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Bought one of these for $60 last year but found out I dont even have a shutoff main besides the one under the city manhole cover out front.
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I could have used one. The hose to the washing machine burst in the middle of the night.
It did $14.000 damage. For those of you not aware, they are under constant pressure. I was not aware but they recommend replacing every 5 years. Mine were 17 years old and the black rubber type. Water comes out very fast when they burst. I will only use the braided stainless hoses now.
Claim adjuster said washing machine hoses are the number one cause of water claims. I definitely would put one near the washer.
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Be aware that this requires a main shutoff that is on about 3ft long straight section of pipe with the valve handle rotating in a plane parallel to the wall. If your house is older it is highly unlikely that you have that. Bought one for $60 last year and had to return it.
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I was just starting to get into home automation in November and must have missed the Cyber Monday deal. I've had my eye on them since a little before Christmas and this is the best price I've seen. Admit, I don't check price daily so if you need one now, seems to best the price available.

Thanks for the feedback! Hopefully someone might benefit.
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Bought one of these for $60 last year but found out I dont even have a shutoff main besides the one under the city manhole cover out front.
you should definitely add a shutoff - you have the added "benefit" of being able to get the type of valve you need to work with this device.
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you should definitely add a shutoff - you have the added "benefit" of being able to get the type of valve you need to work with this device.
The user is just using the city's meter valve as the shutoff to the house. Not the best option, but works just fine.
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