Amazon is currently offering a discount on the latest Eve Water Guard with Thread, bringing the price down to $74.36 with free shipping. By simply clipping the coupon on the page, you can save over 25% off the usual $100 rate. This is the best price of the year so far and matches the previous discount offered in June.
The updated Eve Water Guard features Thread support and functions as a smart home water leak detector, similar to the original model. It can be paired with HomeKit using Bluetooth or Thread right out of the box. The device includes a 100dB siren and an 8-foot sensing cable, enabling it to detect leaks in various areas of your home such as the basement, under sinks, and near water pipes. For more information about the latest release updates, please refer to our launch coverage.
There is now a more affordable alternative available from another reputable brand in the market. Meross, a brand we often cover here at Homekit.Blog, has launched its new Smart Water Leak Detector which is priced at less than $25 when purchased with the necessary smart home hub for HomeKit support. This model costs only 33% of the price of the Eve version mentioned above.
In addition to these savings, we have some other exciting offers in our smart home guide. We have an all-new release that is going on sale for the first time: the new meross HomeKit door and window sensors. These sensors start at $14, offering a 30% discount. Furthermore, there are also price cuts on ambient lighting kits and more, providing upgraded options for your Alexa, Assistant, and Siri settings.
The Eve Water Guard with Thread offers various features, including the ability to leave your house while the washing machine is running without any worries. With this device, you can have peace of mind knowing that no water is leaking into the cabinet under the water pipes, and you can keep a close eye on the basement even if you don't visit it frequently. The Eve Water Guard will notify you immediately via visual alerts, audible alerts, and notifications on your iPhone as soon as any water leaks are detected.
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