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5-Pack Govee Water Detectors w/ 100dB Adjustable Audio Alarm Sensor EXPIRED

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Govee US via Amazon has 5-Pack Govee Water Detectors w/ 100dB Adjustable Audio Alarm Sensor for $34.99 when you 'clip' the $15 off coupon on the product page. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • Ultra-Loud 100dB Alarm
  • Dripping & Leaking Alarm
  • Wireless and Easy to Use
  • Low Battery Alert
  • Waterproof

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Limited-time deal: Govee Water Leak Detectors 5 Pack, 100dB Adjustable Audio Alarm Sensor, Sensitive Leak and Drip Alert, for Kitchen Bathroom Basement (Battery Included) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07QSFRSJX/

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You need to assess your house to see what could cause the most damage and where would be the hardest for you do detect without these devices. Example: upstairs laundry room= high dollar damage potential, downstairs toilet= less damage potential and high likelihood of you noticing a leak yourself.
If you are going to go thru the trouble of having all of the sensors i really recommend having a smart water valve that can shut off based on the sensors (not sure if Govee supports this). But i really want protection without a human in the loop

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This is a great price. There's a limit of 1 set of 5 with this discount.
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Will this alert my phone as well?
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Will this alert my phone as well?
Yes, the app will give you alerts on your phone, via email, and can be linked to Alex to get alerts there.
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Bought this and the gateway deal yesterday. Where should I place these? Under washer, behind toilets, under sinks (in back corner?), under hot water heater, in crawl space?
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You need to assess your house to see what could cause the most damage and where would be the hardest for you do detect without these devices. Example: upstairs laundry room= high dollar damage potential, downstairs toilet= less damage potential and high likelihood of you noticing a leak yourself.
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If you are going to go thru the trouble of having all of the sensors i really recommend having a smart water valve that can shut off based on the sensors (not sure if Govee supports this). But i really want protection without a human in the loop
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Quote from Fuzzy_Wuzzy :
If you are going to go thru the trouble of having all of the sensors i really recommend having a smart water valve that can shut off based on the sensors (not sure if Govee supports this). But i really want protection without a human in the loop
In for one saved us the 3 pack and base when we had a leak in the bathroom. Goes off on phone and device.
Your suggestion for smart pipes would they not be a lot more. Asking as curious
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flume 2 is another backup option if you're on vacation and water usage spikes...My water gives me discount and comes to $28 after taxes and delivery.
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Put the final price in the title.
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In one year I had 5 completely different freak-accident leaks and clogs in my house. One small one was entirely my fault, I forgot to re-place the drain hose for the washer after moving it to access the main sewer line to fix the clog. In all cases I was home, but I had these detectors in the right place for only 2 of the leaks. My less-deaf wife heard the beeping a minute or two before the app notification. I'm not complaining, I'm just glad it has both. I ended up with no serious water damage when I was able to do immediate cleanup. If I was at work then the notification would allow only a 20 minutes of leaking before I could take action (which is a mess), and 8 hours (which potentially renders my house uninhabitable).
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It works perfectly with Alexa and I setup the routines to shut off the main valve automatically when water leaks detected.
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It works perfectly with Alexa and I setup the routines to shut off the main valve automatically when water leaks detected.
What do you use to shut off the main valve?
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