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Save big on your water bill with this smart monitor

This easy-to-install smart water monitor will help you track and manage your water usage for the benefit of both the environment and your bank account.
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November 24, 2019
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Saving water isn't just good for the environment—it's also good for your wallet, and cutting down on your water usage can save you a hefty chunk of cash each month that can be used to buy all sorts of awesome things.

This Flume Smart Home Water Monitor makes it easy to track your home water usage in real-time directly from your smartphone, and it's available for just $144 when you enter the coupon code BFSAVE15 at checkout.

This easy-to-install smart water monitor will help you track and manage your water usage for the benefit of both the environment and your bank account.

Simply strap the Flume Water Sensor around your existing water meter, connect to your home's WiFi, and receive detailed data about your water usage directly to your smartphone.

You'll be able to receive notifications regarding leaks, view alerts that can help you reduce your usage and use Amazon Alexa to learn about your water status and overall utilities budget.

Reduce your water usage with a Flume Smart Home Water Monitor for just $144 when you enter the coupon code BFSAVE15 at checkout.

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