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Zircon 63931 Leak Alert Electronic Water Detector Batteries Included, 3-Pack

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  • Loud alarm (85 dB) sounds with direct water contact
  • Fully automatic operation, no wiring required
  • Floats and signals for up to 72-hours
  • Low battery warning for optimum performance
  • Includes three Leak Alert units, three 9-Volt batteries and detailed instructions
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Product Information

Size: 3 Pack
Technical Details
Part Number Leak Alert 3pk
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions6.3 x 5.5 x 4.6 inches
Item model numberLeak Alert 3pk
Size3 Pack
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Warranty DescriptionZircon Corporation warrants this product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for one year from the date of purchase.
  
Additional Information
ASINB002Q8GRPG
Best Sellers Rank #2,085 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 15, 2009
  
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Product Description

Size: 3 Pack

Product Description

Zircon's leak alert electronic water detector is now available in a three pack which also includes three 9-volt batteries for immediate use. Zircon's leak alert is perfect for use near water heaters, sinks, dishwashers, sump pumps, and more. Protect your home from water damage by placing leak alert anywhere the potential for flooding or leaks exist.Loud (95dB) alarm sounds with direct water contactFully automatic operation, no wiring requiredFloats and signals for up to 72-hoursLow battery warning for optimum performanceIncludes three leak alert units, two 9-Volt batteries and detailed instructions

From the Manufacturer

Zircon's leak alert electronic water detector is now available in a three pack which also includes three 9-volt batteries for immediate use. Zircon's leak alert is perfect for use near water heaters, sinks, dishwashers, sump pumps, and more. Protect your home from water damage by placing leak alert anywhere the potential for flooding or leaks exist.

Customer Reviews

Works great when tested.
RayB
After that save, I placed one of these alarms under each sink in the house, as well as by the washing machine and the second water heater.
Mark Evans
The alarm sound is very loud.
A.N.Ven

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

147 of 152 people found the following review helpful By mikeandsheri on April 13, 2001
Size Name: 1 Pack
After having our basement flood, we purchased this product. This product has done a good job of letting us know of any impending problems. It will not make the problem go away but is a great warning device. It is small and inconspicous. It works basically like a smoke detector but for water. The only requirement is that the device must come in contact with the offending water. We have placed ours in the sump pump pit on a ledge instead of outside the pit on the floor because by then it would be too late:)
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92 of 94 people found the following review helpful By "sacguy" on May 31, 2004
Size Name: 1 Pack
I purchased three of these water alarms three years ago after I woke up with seven thousand dollars in damage when a washing machine hose sprang a leak in the middle of the night. I am now ordering five more, one to go under every sink in my house, after a sneaky leak under an unguarded sink cost me $600 in plumbing and cabinet repairs.
The detector could not be simpler in concept. There are two metal contacts approximately a quarter inch apart on the bottom of the unit. When water bridges the contacts the alarm sounds and sounds. You shut the alarm off by drying the contacts with a cloth. I have tested the unit by simply wiping a counter with a wet cloth and setting the unit on the wet table. There is only a thin film of water on the table, but the unit sounds the alarm. I have also found that the manufacturer's claim of a two-year life for a standard nine-volt alkaline battery is conservative.
Other uses: Everyone with an aquarium in the house needs one of these babies at the rear of the aquarium stand. I had one in place at my aquarium and it prevented some real damage when a filter developed a leak.
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115 of 124 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 28, 2008
Size Name: 1 Pack
We purchased one of these and put beside our water heater and furnace, which has a small condensate collection tank and pump. We tested it when we first bought it and it seemed pretty good; about like a smoke detector in volume, etc. The first time it alarmed was when we were on vacation and the battery had apparently gone nearly dead. We were alerted by our son when he checked the house that it was going off, but no water was leaking, so we had him remove the battery. About a year later, the unit was making a faint scratchy pulsating buzz, so I replaced the battery again. I tested the unit after replacing the battery and found it made the same nearly silent scratchy buzz. I thumped the unit once and it made an alarm sound for a few seconds and then went back to a nearly silent scratching sound. That is all it does now so after nearly 2 years, the integrated circuit components apparently die and you have to pitch it out. Don't be fooled into thinking that it is standing guard as a silent sentry for you. Test this unit out periodically to make sure that the alarm circuit is still functional because it does die after a 18-24 months. See other reviews to confirm.
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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By J. C. Choat on August 2, 2006
Size Name: 1 Pack
I cannot believe that insurance companies don't give these away. The money it would save them would be mind boggling. I got one for my parents a couple of years ago and it caught a leaking hot water heater that would have gone unnoticed until the bottom of it gave out and flooded the house. I did NOT have on in my home and the air conditioning overflow pan leaked upstairs (where I never go) and caused over $400 worth of damage.. It could have been prevented if I had one of these.. Don't just get one for your hot water heater, get one for every A/C unit in your attic too..

Ok, I had to come back and update this. The day before I was to leave on a weekend trip I heard a noise from the attic. I went up there to check on it. I found my hot water heater leaking. Wonder what I would have come home to if I had not had one of these... I'm glad I took my own adivce.
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40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By matt on September 6, 2001
Size Name: 1 Pack Verified Purchase
I have one of these already and it does what it says it does. I got it originally for under my kitchen sink. I am now ordering 3 more to help detect when my basement is flooding. The thing is LOUD so its hard to ignore.
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66 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Michael Love on January 29, 2003
Size Name: 1 Pack
I own a few Zircon 64003 Water Detectors and I'm glad I bought them. Plainly put they work and each are as loud as a smoke detector so if one goes off it could wake you. (if you had a flood during the night like I did).
A few things to note the alarm won't go off unless the sensor gets wet so positioning of the device is important. Put it where you expect water to pool or to flow or in the case of a sump pump or well put it inside so that you can get a warning before the water over flows. Also the device floats so you might want to anchor or tether it down.
For an unmonitored water detection system it works pretty well. $.. is a small price to pay for peace of mind. Think about how much damaged a small flood could cause if left unnoticed...
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By P. Wenzel on August 19, 2005
Size Name: 1 Pack Verified Purchase
Bought this device over 10 years ago and it saved us from water damage numerous times; paid for itself many many times - AND it is still working just fine even after 10 years - bought two new alarms for use by other family members. Highly recommended.
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45 of 55 people found the following review helpful By 2flowers4us on February 6, 2003
Size Name: 1 Pack
My mother's sewer backed up and flooded the basement. Later I saw this alarm at a major home improvement store. I bought 3 of them. Two for her basement, one for mine. I installed a 9 volt battery in each of them and tested each in water. They worked fine. I placed each one in a problemed water area. The trouble I experienced was that the high humidity in the summer would set these things off. Placing plastic or a piece of cloth under them didn't fix the problem. Now none of them are in service because one by one they went off for no reason and I could not get them to stop! Great Idea! Bad Product!
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