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Take the guesswork out of watering
your potted plants. View larger.
Blinking LED light lets you know when soil is dry. View larger.
By letting you know when your potted plants need water, Thirsty Light eliminates the temptation to overwater plants. A comprehensive user and watering guide is included.
Light Blinks Faster as Soil Becomes Dryer
This sensor uses Drypoint technology, which can sense five different levels of dryness. As the soil gets dryer, the light blinks faster, letting you know how urgent the need for water is becoming. The included moisture signal chart explains each blinking pattern, as well as where to properly insert the sensor's probe.
The sensor also has a unique blinking pattern to indicate when the batteries are low.
Resilient and Long-Lasting Probe
Thirsty Light features an ABS plastic casing and a durable brass probe. With constant use, the probe will change color and develop a patina, which simply helps protect it from corrosion. If left in soil for long periods of time, simply wipe the probe with a damp cloth to remove mineral deposits.
Product and Warranty Information
The Thirsty Light is backed by a manufacturer's 30-day limited warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. It's powered by two included 1.5-volt lithium batteries that can be replaced when necessary.
What's in the Box
Moisture sensor, two batteries, and user guide.
Then in 2 weeks the batteries went dead again.
If I watered my plants according to this gizmo, they'd better be able to morph into kelp because they would be living underwater!
When I measured the moisture with my other meter, it clearly shows that the soil is drying out but are no blinks from this meter.
Batteries died after a couple of weeks, very expensive to replacePublished 20 days ago by Soren Petersen
I've been using this for about 3 years now without problems. I don't remember when I had to change a battery to it. Maybe once a long time ago. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Roman736
I love being able to depend on this to remind me when to water my plants.Published 4 months ago by WillieNillie
This is the second light I bought that stopped working in less then a week.
Can I return these?
I would be considered a green thumb by most, I've never struggled with growing plants. My wife is another story entirely! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Brandon
the supplied battery died within a week and the screw holding the cover in place was easily stripped when I tried to remove the cover. Read morePublished 6 months ago by bluemice