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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
  • Bridge
  • Power adapter
  • Accessories
  • 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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Quote from vabruno :
Issue with this is that it serves no purpose if your toilet is clogged and overflows. If this had integration with smart things or wink via zigbee or zwave

I saw this https://github.com/getterdone/FlumeWaterMeter -- not sure if anyone tested it
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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 get taxed $9 for every $1 of water I use due to some progressive taxes. One water leak would pay for this.
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Anyone tried to use paypal? I get an error.
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Unable to checkout, getting HTTP 422 error from Stacksocial ...
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Anyone tried to use paypal? I get an error.
Site won't allow orders
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I wouldnt trust the first google result you see. I live in a very average city and my water is not nearly that cheap. I know other parts of the state are a little cheaper, but 0.15c/gal is ridiculously cheap. Our water district charges about 2.2c/gal ($22 per 1000 gallons.) I would LOVE to know where in the US you can get water for that cheap.
I don't know why this guy is trying to tell people how much their water costs. I've got a monthly bill in my lap right now at $38 for 5700 gal, so about $6.67 per 1K gallons (sewer is another $48 of my bill). That's in Florida for 5 people (it's a little high; I had to pressure wash and top off the pool a couple of times during this time period). I can easily see a toilet running for an entire week (or more) running up a $600+ bill. Likely their water company also charged them sewer costs as well since the water was going down the toilet (literally) and is being treated.
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Site won't allow orders
I just tried using my credit card and it gave me an Error 900 -- and it asked me to email support. Oh well.
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I've been trying to buy it and keeps saying there is an order on the site. I guess I'll skip testing it this time. Was hoping to throw it into all my rentals.
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How far from the house/wifi router are your water meters? If the unit straps to the meter in a hole 50' or so from the house, I'm concerned it will be difficult to get a good wifi signal out to the meter.
You should get a signal. Mine is about 30' from the garage where the bridge is plugged in. My meter is in a concrete pit with a cast iron lid. Have used the device for well over a year.
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Yup, I'm getting the error as well at checkout. Can't order.
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Wonder of water companies will start giving these to their customers like the electric companies are doing for their customers. Midamerican energy gave me a free energy monitor and smart thermostat.
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Yup, I'm getting the error as well at checkout. Can't order.
Was able to order using PayPal.
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Was able to order using PayPal.
I tried both paypal and regular credit card, no luck
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Was able to order using PayPal.
What time did you order? I've been trying for the past 45 minutes without luck
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Literally just installed one yesterday after buying it from Amazon for $199 last week (d'oh!).

Took all of 10 minutes, would have taken less if I didn't need to dig up a channel lock to remove pentagon nut holding down the plate on top of my water meter.

Very impressive tech, worked flawlessly and very accurately. Picked it up to keep an eye on a vacation home, now that I can grab one from Stack Social I'll get it for my primary house as well.
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