Jumbl™ Portable Water Alarm "Waterbird" Leak Sensor

Jumbl™ Portable Water Alarm "Waterbird" Leak Sensor

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  • Cheapest Way to Protect Your Home from Leaks, Mold & Water Damage

  • Powered by 3 AAA Batteries (Included) - No Installation Required

  • Set & Forget: Slightest Water Contact Sets Off Super Loud Alarm

  • Cutely Designed Like Watch Bird & Finished in High-Gloss Plastic

  • Metal Sensors on Bottom Also Provide Quick Testing Function Description


Detect Water Leaks Early
As a homeowner, you surely know what heartbreaking and bank-breaking effects water damage can cause. If not detected in time, even a small drip can turn into a serious leak, resulting in mold and other water damage. So what if we told you that an effective detection device costs less than a house call from the plumber and weighs less than your average smartphone? We'd be talking about the Jumbl "Waterbird" leak alarm. It is a small, portable device that fits in the palm of your hand, and keeps a watchful eye on your home around the clock to detect even the slightest water leak.

Don't Sleep Through a Flood
No installation is required. Simply place the unit near a sink, toilet, refrigerator, washing machine, water heater or dishwasher, and don't give it a second thought. When it detects even as little as 1/32nd inch of water, the "Waterbird" sounds a loud, unforgiving alarm to warn everyone in the vicinity. Even if you're sleeping, the alarm will wake you immediately so that you may take proper action and prevent serious water damage. In the event that no one is home, the alarm will continue to sound for days until you return and remove the unit from the water.

How to Test the Alarm:
The two metal sensors on the bottom of the water alarm are wired to the same source inside the enclosure. This means that when water touches both sensors at the same time, the circuit is completed and the alarm is subsequently set off. You can use the same technique to test the batteries inside the unit as well as the alert sound: Rest one finger on one of the metal sensors, and then gently tap another finger to the other sensor. As long as you touch both sensors simultaneously, the alarm will sound. Given the high volume, we recommend that you use earplugs or cover the pinholes on top of the unit while testing.

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