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Leak Frog LF001 Water Alarm

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  • Protect your home from potential leaks, mold, and damage
  • No installation required, simply place by the water source
  • Loud alarm sound for no-fail alert when potential water damage is present
  • Designed with built-in test button
  • Includes 3 AAA batteries
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Leak Frog LF001 Water Alarm + Glentronics, Inc. BWD-HWA Basement Watchdog Water Sensor and Alarm + Zircon 63931 Leak Alert Electronic Water Detector Batteries Included, 3-Pack
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 891071
Item Weight2.4 ounces
Product Dimensions3.2 x 3.2 x 2.4 inches
OriginChina
Item model numberLF001
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Power Sourcebattery-powered
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Warranty Description1 Year Product Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB000WMSTUO
Best Sellers Rank #96,788 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 20, 2007
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Leak Frog water detection alarm, sits patiently day and night ready to sound it's alarm when it detects a leak. Instant warnings for leaks, help minimize water damage. Alarm sounds for days. Don't risk water and mold damage, protect your home with the Leal Frog water alarm. Place the Leak Frog any where there is a water source: under sinks, toilets, refrigerator, AC drip pan, washing machine, hot water heaters, or dish washer.

Product Description

LeakFrog water alarm is the small water alarm with a big job. Behind the cute smile is a brain that knows when you have a water problem. LeakFrog sits patiently day and night - ready to sound its alarm at the first sign of a leak. Benefits: Water causes more damage annually than smoke, and the mold that occurs after a water leak can be deadly. - 40% of all property damage is caused by water - 70% of toxic mold is caused by water leaks and plumbing failures - 1 of 3 insurance claims is for water damage If you have smoke alarms in your home, you need LeakFrog too. Simply place LeakFrog in the areas where leaks or water over-flow might occur. In as little as 1/32 inch of water, LeakFrog sets off its alarm to alert you. If no one is home, the alarm will continue to sound for hours until you return. LeakFrog can detect water leaks from any water source: - Toilets - Tubs - Sinks - Dishwashers - Refrigerators - A/C Drip Pans - Wet Bars - Hot Tubs - Washing Machines

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Customer Reviews

Now I will admit that I have never changed the batteries on this one.
jenvgrant
We can hear the alarm on the next floor, so it is plenty loud without being obnoxious.
Timothy A Starkenburg
We are sleeping much better now knowing our little army of Leak Frogs is on the job.
S. McCarthy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

85 of 87 people found the following review helpful By Robb Briggs on July 14, 2008
I've had one of these for well over a year. Originally put it in my basement next to the water heater. We had had problems with water in the past (water softener issues, some rain seepage, etc) but we managed to repair those problems. Never heard anything from my little Leakfrog until a couple of nights ago.

In the middle of the night, I heard beeping coming from somewhere. It was enough to wake both me and my dog. Mind you, my bedroom is on the second floor, and the Leakfrog is in the basement. So it's plenty loud.

Finally figured out that it was the Leakfrog coming from the basement. The flexible water line going from the water supply to the water heater had started leaking. I doubt it had been leaking for more than an hour or so; there was only a small wet spot on the floor. So I shut off the valve to the heater and went back to bed. 10 hours and $10 in replacement parts later, it was fixed. Mind you, in those 10 hours, the water on the floor had completely dried, that's how little water it took to activate the alarm.

Had I not had the Leakfrog, it could have been weeks (and possibly causing substantial damage to the water heater or other items in the basement) before I would have noticed the leak. I highly recommend this for anyone that has a potential for leakage that could possibly go unnoticed.
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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Nickels on February 13, 2008
I've had my Leak frog for a while now, and his job has been pretty cozy just hanging out by the sump pump. Today we had lots of snow and rain, and my wife came home to the sound of "Leaky" buzzing away. Our sump pump failed and the frog alerted my wife before too much damage was done. The siren is loud enough to hear it clearly on the first floor of the house. I wish my sump pump was as reliable as this little guy!!!

Without the leak frog our basement would have severely flooded. We don't go down there enough to notice any problems, and this could have gotten out of hand quickly.

A lot of people laughed at me when I purchased this item. As funny as this product seems, the job it did today was really no joke.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By R. Miller on January 21, 2008
Today, we were home for the MLK holiday when we heard beeping from the basement. It took a few seconds to register what it was - LEAK FROG in action. Our water heater had sprung a leak and the frog saved the day. Sure, the $650 the plumbers charged to replace the water heater was tough to swallow, but what if we weren't home, and what it the frog hadn't have let us know the impending doom... Life is good with the frog!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Flint Sage on June 20, 2008
Leak Frog is a clever water leak detector I have owned for about a year. I have placed it beside our shower/tub where it has already notified, me (during showing) that I have gotten our hardwood floor there a little too wet. Basically, water leak detectors are like home smoke detectors except that they alarm with water leaks rather than fire. It takes very little water (maybe 1/16" inch below them) to activate. We have lots of hardwood floors, and have gone through the pain of having portions of them destroyed by a leaking refrigerator water line, so I have become a water-leak-detector geek. While I am not sure that the product will make competitors green with envy, the packaging and price caught my eye at my local hardware store. I paid less than $10 for it. Time will tell whether the Leak Frog has the quality of its primary competitor, Zircon, but so far, I have not been disappointed. If Leak Frog has a few downsides, they are its relatively high profile (might not fit under refrigerators or other areas which are sometimes a tight squeeze), and Ziron uses 9 volt batteries which seem simpler than the three AAA cells used by the Leak Frog. I have no idea how long the batteries last, and that will be important. The Zircon 9 volt battery lasts literally for years. I also wonder why they would bother putting a button on the Leak Frog to test it. Wetting ones fingers and touching the two metal water detection contactors works and seems to be a more direct test. Despite a few uncertainties, from a cleverness of name and appearance view, Leak Frog seems to have a jump on the competition!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By B-Dawg on May 26, 2010
About a couple years ago I invested in a couple of of Leak Frog water detectors. They were cheap at the time and thought I probably would ever really need them but thought better safe then sorry. Well, last night we had some incredible rain falls in our area and my wife heard this chirping coming from the basement. Luckly, I was just walking in the door and we found our Leak Frog going off by our sump pump hole. The pump had failed and water was starting to gush over the top of the concrete.

Thankfully, I had a spare pond pump in which I was able to start pumping water out of the hole via a garden hose out the front door. Meanwhile I ran to Lowes and picked up a new pump and installed it. Having a finished basement and very little wet carpet that is by the utility area, the damage was very minimal and nothing fans won't dry up. The basement damage could of been much worse if it hadn't been for Leak Frog! I never write reviews, but I thought this product deserved some praise!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By E. S. Thompson on January 22, 2007
Although it hasn't been put to a 'real world' test, I did try putting the leakfrog in a small puddle of water on the kitchen counter. He beeped until I picked him up.

He's now sitting inside the basement door, ready to alert us the next time the stairwell drain gets clogged with leaves. He's cute, too, and a conversation piece.
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