|Item Weight||3.7 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.1 x 3.1 x 2.4 inches|
|Item model number||LF001|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 Year Product Warranty|
Leak Frog LF001 Water Alarm
|Price:||$39.99 + $4.64 shipping|
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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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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.
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.
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!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Have you ever had a real important phone call come in when you were filling your massive aquarium? Have you taken the call and forgot that you were filling your aquarium? Read morePublished 2 months ago by Louie the Italian Jew
I was working out of town when my wife called me to say something in the house was beeping, but she couldn't find where it was. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kelly Barnes
I have had this LeakFrog for 7 years. It is the best purchase I think I've ever made off Amazon.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Stays quiet when floor is dry (good). Works when floor is wet (even better).Published 3 months ago by Scott D
Bought three of these and they all failed in less than six months leading to leak damage from a shutoff valve. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Professor TK
These (2) leak frogs have been in our house for over 4 years with the same batteries. We have 2 natural gas water heaters in the attic. Read morePublished 6 months ago by david a. britt
These guys have been headache savers! After not catching a leaking faucet until a bunch of damage had been done to a vanity, I purchased a bundle of these guys and put them under... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mari V.