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StackSocial has Flume Smart Home Water Monitor for $169 - $25.35 w/ promo code SD15NOV = $143.65. Shipping is free. Thanks Bruinnn

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  • Wireless water sensor
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  • Manufacturer's 12-month warranty
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StackSocial [stacksocial.com]has a sale on the Flume Smart Home Water Monitor for $169 - $25.35 w/promo code SD15NOV = $143.65.

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How long was it running that you didnt notice? The average price of water in the United States is about $1.50 for 1,000 gallons. So you would have to have your toilet run and waste 400,000 gallons to get hit with a $600 bill.
I'm sure he meant $600 in water damage or repairs, not that he had $600 worth of water useage.
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Just saw this info in their FAQs on flumetech.com (https://help.flumetech.com/en/art...-residents). There were some other water districts listed too, so definitely worth checking for yours!

As a Las Vegas area resident, you qualify for a $50 discount on a Flume Water Sensor.
In addition, if your property is a part of Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA), you are eligible for an additional rebate.
To qualify for this rebate, you must first purchase a Flume device at flumetech.com for the discounted price of $149 (normally $199).
Once you purchase and install your device, you can apply for a "Smart Leak Detector Rebate" on SNWA's website. The amount of this rebate will be $74.50.
Click here for more information about the rebate program offered by SNWA.
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Quote from WhosUrBuddiee :
How long was it running that you didnt notice? The average price of water in the United States is about $1.50 for 1,000 gallons. So you would have to have your toilet run and waste 400,000 gallons to get hit with a $600 bill.
Some people have very huge toilets
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I am really not able to understand, how this will deduct the leak and/or the faucet drippings. Any one please chime on.
It detects that there is a leak, not where the leak is occurring. It essentially piggy backs off the paddle wheel flow sensor in your water meter.
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I'm sure he meant $600 in water damage or repairs, not that he had $600 worth of water useage.
My family had to take a few weeks trip away from home and my wife used the toilet before we left the house to the trip. After she flushed the toilet, the valve didn't shut properly and the water keep going down to the bowl. We found out after we back from the trip. The water bill was about $1K but the water company was willing to adjust down to $600.
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Stupid question. How does this device get the info from the water meter?
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I'm sure he meant $600 in water damage or repairs, not that he had $600 worth of water useage.
A leak inside the toilet (tank to bowl) would not cause any "damage" except to his wallet. A leaking flap valve is probably the most common toilet problem.
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My water meter would submerge in water when rains. Is this water sensor water proof and stay in water for extended period of time without damage?
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If you live in San Antonio, you can get a $150 rebate - https://help.flumetech.com/en/art...rogram-faq
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Have been using this since the prime day deal and so far it has been pretty accurate. Definitely gives me some peace of mind when out of town.
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this thing is amazing, and the support staff is amazing. This thing is helped me find out that my pool has a leak. so worth the money. Also, in general I'm watching my water usage much more carefully. very accurate.
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Stupid question. How does this device get the info from the water meter?
It comes with a magnetic sensor that you strap on the meter using rubber bands (all supplied, with clear instructions, including gloves and a little handle to help you lift the metal cover). The sensor detects the movement of the needle in the meter and interpolates readings based on that.

It works very well and the batteries on the outside sensor are easily replaceable although they should last at least a couple of years.
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Agree with the others that the unit I bought on Prime Day has been flawless so far.

In fact, I left my bathroom faucet on with a tiny trickle last night as our overnight temps dipped into single digits (wanted to help guard against frozen pipes) and a couple hours later got this text:

"Potential Leak Detected! Low Flow Leak triggered at Home. Water has been running for 2 hours averaging 0.12 gallons every minute."

Pretty cool! And great peace of mind when away on vacation.
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My family had to take a few weeks trip away from home and my wife used the toilet before we left the house to the trip. After she flushed the toilet, the valve didn't shut properly and the water keep going down to the bowl. We found out after we back from the trip. The water bill was about $1K but the water company was willing to adjust down to $600.
Standard fill rate for a toilet is 3.7 gpm. If you were gone for 2 weeks, it would have run and wasted 74,592 gallons of water. For a $1,000 bill, you would have to be charged $13.41 per 1000 gallons or the 794% the US average rate.
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I'm sure he meant $600 in water damage or repairs, not that he had $600 worth of water useage.
Have a toilet with a slow leak for a year, and it will add up. It's not unreasonable.
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