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Gearbest has Aqara Smart Water Sensors on a flash sale for $9.99 plus shipping. Can be configured to work with SmartThings hub (it is not the easiest to do). Note that mine are showing up in SmartThings Classic Android App but not the latest SmartThings app. I used device handlers found on GitHub after reading posts about these sensors in SmartThings Community.

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Nice been waiting for these to go back on sale, Might order 5-10 of them to sprinkle around the house. I had two from a prior purchase to test out, and so far been rock solid, DH that I use from "bspranger" Github has been great.
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need hub?
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Need a hub yes. I use SmartThings.
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So with device handlers, does that mean they won't work unless the internet is on?
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in for a few. at this price.
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So with device handlers, does that mean they won't work unless the internet is on?
Correct, though that's honestly true of a TON of devices still, especially if you want advanced functionality. I figure I have UPS on all my internet/networking equipment, chances of losing the connection upstream of my house are relatively low.
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Correct, though that's honestly true of a TON of devices still, especially if you want advanced functionality. I figure I have UPS on all my internet/networking equipment, chances of losing the connection upstream of my house are relatively low.
Thanks for the reply. I can only get crappy DSL, unless I pay Comcast $30,000 for 900' of coax. So between that and the fact that I'm wanting to use these to shut off my main water, I think I'll have to find something else. Any recommendations on one that would run locally on smartthings?
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Also these are hard to add the first one, once you set up the device handler and install one the rest should be found correctly. You need to use the CATCHALL entry in the live event logger to get the zigbee network ID and manually install as a generic thing or with the device handler.
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Correct, though that's honestly true of a TON of devices still, especially if you want advanced functionality. I figure I have UPS on all my internet/networking equipment, chances of losing the connection upstream of my house are relatively low.
Additionally, chances of having an unrelated power/internet outage at the same time your sink or water heater leaks is absurdly low.

Unless you have a natural disaster of some sort, the odds of this being an issue are crazy low. And in that instance, I doubt you'll care much about smartthings being down.
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Do these also show temp like smartthings leak sensor?
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Thanks for the reply. I can only get crappy DSL, unless I pay Comcast $30,000 for 900' of coax. So between that and the fact that I'm wanting to use these to shut off my main water, I think I'll have to find something else. Any recommendations on one that would run locally on smartthings?
The smartthings water leak sensor is currently in the front page at$25.
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Any good gearbest coupon codes to use on this?
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Do these also show temp like smartthings leak sensor?
No, only shows if there is a wet/dry condition and what the battery % is left.
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