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Dome Z-Wave Plus Water Main Shut-off Valve Controller

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The Smartest House has Dome Z-Wave Plus Water Main Shut-off Valve Controller (DMWV1) on sale for $59.97. Shipping is free on orders $99+, otherwise it starts at ~$14. Thanks gqvisionz

Features:
  • Open and close your valve remotely or automatically when connected with Z-Wave water sensors (sold separately)
  • Use it on existing water valves (up to 1.5" pipes)
  • Quick and easy installation with reliable hardware
  • Z-Wave Plus with the latest 500 chip for better and energy-efficient wireless communication
  • Acts as a Z-Wave range extender
  • 12-month warranty
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Dome Z-Wave Plus Water Main Shut-off Valve Controller DMWV1

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https://www.thesmartesthouse.com/...ller-dmwv1
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Works great with Smartthings.

I haven't had an emergency trigger yet but I like the convenience when I'm doing plumbing projects around the house. I was recently replacing a toilet shut off valve on the 2nd floor of my house, two floors up from the basement where the shut-off valve was. Normally, I'd have to turn the water back on and sprint up two flights of stairs and to the back of the house to make sure there were no leaks; and then repeat in reverse if there was. With this, I could just stand there and turn the water back on to check for leads. Absolutely worth it.
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I saw a coupon code, 'zooz10' somewhere which didnt work. And...I guessed and tried 'dome10' and it worked. Smilie so, get an extra 10% off with 'dome10' Final price for me was $53.96.
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If that's not the case, edit your first post. Smartesthouse is known for their great customer service. I have had them send replacement devices and updated firmware for free. Your post makes them seem crooked.
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Cheapest. Buy now people.
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Great deal. Great product. Have one on my main so I can sleep at night.
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I have a v1 Samsung Smarthings hub that I have admittedly never used. I see it listed on the "supported" list, but has anyone used these z-wave devices with the original hub?

I still have SD's from door, window, proximity, and other sensors that I never got around to setting up. But, this one has me considering investing the time.

The other thing is, it seems like you need a $20 water sensor on all entry points? It seems kind of noisy and expensive to have $20-30 sensors in each bathroom, kitchen, toilet, washer, water heater, etc?

For those more knowledgeable, is this a good water sensor and/or is this really a discount ? https://www.thesmartesthouse.com/...chip-model
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Do you guys use it with Smartthings? How's the integration? Easy to set up?
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I have a v1 Samsung Smarthings hub that I have admittedly never used. I see it listed on the "supported" list, but has anyone used these z-wave devices with the original hub?

I still have SD's from door, window, proximity, and other sensors that I never got around to setting up. But, this one has me considering investing the time.

The other thing is, it seems like you need a $20 water sensor on all entry points? It seems kind of noisy and expensive to have $20-30 sensors in each bathroom, kitchen, toilet, washer, water heater, etc?

For those more knowledgeable, is this a good water sensor and/or is this really a discount ? https://www.thesmartesthouse.com/...chip-model
I dislike battery operated sensors. All of my Z-wave components are hard wired, except for door locks. With quite a bit of effort the water sensors could be hardwired, but not worth the effort.

I had eyed this a few times and never pulled the trigger but went ahead as I had a couple other items on my list for free shipping and this was a good deal. I plan to utilize the valve to automatically shutoff during periods of long inactivity. (Vacation mode)
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Do you guys use it with Smartthings? How's the integration? Easy to set up?
Works great with Smartthings.

I haven't had an emergency trigger yet but I like the convenience when I'm doing plumbing projects around the house. I was recently replacing a toilet shut off valve on the 2nd floor of my house, two floors up from the basement where the shut-off valve was. Normally, I'd have to turn the water back on and sprint up two flights of stairs and to the back of the house to make sure there were no leaks; and then repeat in reverse if there was. With this, I could just stand there and turn the water back on to check for leads. Absolutely worth it.
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I have a v1 Samsung Smarthings hub that I have admittedly never used. I see it listed on the "supported" list, but has anyone used these z-wave devices with the original hub?

I still have SD's from door, window, proximity, and other sensors that I never got around to setting up. But, this one has me considering investing the time.

The other thing is, it seems like you need a $20 water sensor on all entry points? It seems kind of noisy and expensive to have $20-30 sensors in each bathroom, kitchen, toilet, washer, water heater, etc?

For those more knowledgeable, is this a good water sensor and/or is this really a discount ? https://www.thesmartesthouse.com/...chip-model [thesmartesthouse.com]
I've seen other z-wave leak sensors go on sale for $10-15. Scoop those up when you see them. $30 is a standard price, so no slickdeal on those.
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I've seen other z-wave leak sensors go on sale for $10-15. Scoop those up when you see them. $30 is a standard price, so no slickdeal on those.
Thanks guys. Any other recommendations on purchases here to bump the price for free shipping?
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Great deal. Great product. Have one on my main so I can sleep at night.
Did you really worry about it before you got this? I think the risk of the shut-off or a sensor not working right is far greater. Risk is small but I will get one as a precaution. It can't hurt.
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Great piece of mind when we go on vacation and can turn off the water remotely when we forget. Integration with Google or Alexa through Smartthings may be less valuable since my son has turned off the water accidentally when requesting something else.
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Works great with Smartthings.

I haven't had an emergency trigger yet but I like the convenience when I'm doing plumbing projects around the house. I was recently replacing a toilet shut off valve on the 2nd floor of my house, two floors up from the basement where the shut-off valve was. Normally, I'd have to turn the water back on and sprint up two flights of stairs and to the back of the house to make sure there were no leaks; and then repeat in reverse if there was. With this, I could just stand there and turn the water back on to check for leads. Absolutely worth it.

That's awesome and one of the main reasons I am considering this. I just replaced 5 turn off values this weekend with sharkbites. The durability is questionable in my mind since my sweating is questionable.

I remember sweating, turning on, having a leak, running to turn off, etc etc. I could have sweated the values and not worried about crawling 20' in the 2-2.5' crawlspace to the turnoff. Or more importantly, having to do it over and over.
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I echo the convenience factor as well, also pairs easily with Smart things, and installs in 5 mins if you have an accessible outlet. No cutting pipes since it clamps on the existing ball valve.
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Removed comment, corrected further down the thread.
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