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Samsung SmartThings Moisture Sensor £12.99 (+ 6 months Spotify Premium Free) @ Currys PC World
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Samsung SmartThings Moisture Sensor £12.99 (+ 6 months Spotify Premium Free) @ Currys PC World

£12.99£24.9948% Free P&P FreeCurrys PC World Deals
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Posted 16th MayEdited by:"minifig290"

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Currys PC World are currently offering the Samsung SmartThings Moisture Sensor for only £12.99 down from its RRP of £24.99, this was very recently £14.99. Plus there is free delivery on this.

There is also 6 months free Spotify Premium for free (thanks @CHalligan for pointing that out)

UK only. Purchase of qualifying device required: Any laptop, video game, games console, tablet, smart TV, smart home, smart watch. Plus any audio product above £49. Offer excludes Apple & Beats. Redeem offer at spotify.com/currys using unique code found on receipt for instore purchases or email for online purchases. New premium Spotify customers only. Offer valid from 4.10.19 to 4.10.20

Product Description (Copied directly from Currys PC World)

The SmartThings Moisture sends you a notification if moisture is detected where it shouldn't be. You can also monitor the temperature of any room in your house.

You can place it anywhere within reach of your Smart Things Hub (sold separately) and even trigger other devices, such as cameras or alarms, should moisture be detected.

With a SmartThings Moisture Sensor you can:


- Receive an alert as soon as there's a leak in your home
- Receive an alert if there's an unexpected change in temperature
- Set portable heaters to turn on automatically if the temperature drops

Samsung SmartThings


The Samsung SmartThings Moisture Sensor forms parts of the SmartThings range, which is a collection of devices that brings all of the smart technology in your home together. You control them all from a single app, so managing even the most complex setup is simple.

Enjoy added peace-of-mind at home with the Samsung SmartThings Moisture Sensor.



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Deadbeat8316/05/2020 09:36

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That turned the joke from mild smut to eughh. Please don’t explain any other jokes.
wakkaday16/05/2020 05:23

Can you use this for anything else other then leaks


Probably too small for a makeshift coaster, too light for a doorstop. You could use it to wedge a door open in the summer to create a nice draft.
deleted249763816/05/2020 17:09

Still useless if you live in the sticks 2 hours away from work.Get your …Still useless if you live in the sticks 2 hours away from work.Get your boiler serviced properly and you won't need this useless junk.Our ancestors survived without all this tech and so can you.I've had my boiler for 20 years no leaks whatsoever since it's serviced appropriately with frequent checks.


I bet you are awesome at parties.
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Think this looks like the older version. I’ve found the newer version of the ST sensors are far more reliable. At least the motion sensors in any case.
The_Goon16/05/2020 00:28

Think this looks like the older version. I’ve found the newer version of t …Think this looks like the older version. I’ve found the newer version of the ST sensors are far more reliable. At least the motion sensors in any case.


You using it with Smartthings or u got home assistant?
6 month Spotify too
CHalligan16/05/2020 01:56

6 month Spotify too


Thanks for pointing that out, didn't see that
minifig29016/05/2020 02:38

Thanks for pointing that out, didn't see that


Stick it in the title
Do you need anything equipment for this to work?
Can you use this for anything else other then leaks
wakkaday16/05/2020 05:23

Can you use this for anything else other then leaks


Probably too small for a makeshift coaster, too light for a doorstop. You could use it to wedge a door open in the summer to create a nice draft.
wakkaday16/05/2020 05:23

Can you use this for anything else other then leaks


Temperature by the product description.
Not sure how this will enhance my life. Unless I don't want my basement to become a swimming pool, oh wait, I don't have a basement.
Needs hub which costs £50
Cheers OP, ordered 2
Great deal, been wanting one of these for a while for under the bath - old pipework and bath has meant three times in recent years water travelled from bathroom and came out of spotlights in kitchen ceiling below! Hopefully this will alert me before that happens in future!
The_Goon16/05/2020 00:28

Think this looks like the older version. I’ve found the newer version of t …Think this looks like the older version. I’ve found the newer version of the ST sensors are far more reliable. At least the motion sensors in any case.


Have not any reliability issues with this one (have several of them). The only important difference is that new version has sensors on top as well.
Arif_Abdulaziz16/05/2020 02:51

Do you need anything equipment for this to work?



A Samsung SmartThings Hub is required for this to work.
Deadbeat8316/05/2020 09:36

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That turned the joke from mild smut to eughh. Please don’t explain any other jokes.
KingCampo16/05/2020 12:17

Great deal, been wanting one of these for a while for under the bath - old …Great deal, been wanting one of these for a while for under the bath - old pipework and bath has meant three times in recent years water travelled from bathroom and came out of spotlights in kitchen ceiling below! Hopefully this will alert me before that happens in future!


We have similar (not Smart) ones under the kitchen sink and cabinet after we had to replace the flooring due to a leak. They soon paid for themselves when the pipes started leaking again! Caught it in time.

Well worth the investment! I made my folks get them too after their ceiling caved in following a slow leak from the bathroom.
Edited by: "Lucyeff" 16th May
another useless invention
Great my mary Jane needs this 🏼
Kingydaman16/05/2020 08:58

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This could get a thou likes and it'd still be under-rated
Can u use this on a existing Spotify account?
cfaboy16/05/2020 14:31

Can u use this on a existing Spotify account?


No, needs to be a new account.
I've been desperately looking for a Stranger Things Monster Sensor as I've been having problems with monsters in my basement, so you can imagine my disappointment when I put my glasses on. These companies need to be more considerate of short-sighted people when naming their products
deeperthought16/05/2020 13:40

That turned the joke from mild smut to eughh. Please don’t explain any o …That turned the joke from mild smut to eughh. Please don’t explain any other jokes.


Erm I think I will explain a few others, thanks anyway 😘
MrChaunceyGardiner16/05/2020 13:54

You completely ruined the joke.


Come on you didn't even know it was a joke until I explained what he meant
Deadbeat8316/05/2020 14:53

Come on you didn't even know it was a joke until I explained what he …Come on you didn't even know it was a joke until I explained what he meant


Stop digging
Wow, a strange deal to go with a moisture sensor
deleted249763816/05/2020 13:45

another useless invention


Yes, you are.

These sensors, on the other hand are great for alerting people to water leaks, such as myself, who has a boiler in the converted loft. It's leaked before, thankfully I was in, otherwise mains-pressure water would have flooded the house by the time I got back from work. This sensor would at least let me know to get back home in time to hopefully lessen the damage caused if the boiler leaks again.
Came in here just for the comments
How sensitive is this? Worth it for inside a caravan?
Reesty16/05/2020 15:41

Yes, you are. These sensors, on the other hand are great for alerting …Yes, you are. These sensors, on the other hand are great for alerting people to water leaks, such as myself, who has a boiler in the converted loft. It's leaked before, thankfully I was in, otherwise mains-pressure water would have flooded the house by the time I got back from work. This sensor would at least let me know to get back home in time to hopefully lessen the damage caused if the boiler leaks again.



Still useless if you live in the sticks 2 hours away from work.

Get your boiler serviced properly and you won't need this useless junk.

Our ancestors survived without all this tech and so can you.

I've had my boiler for 20 years no leaks whatsoever since it's serviced appropriately with frequent checks.
Edited by: "gesilah" 16th May
deleted249763816/05/2020 17:09

Still useless if you live in the sticks 2 hours away from work.Get your …Still useless if you live in the sticks 2 hours away from work.Get your boiler serviced properly and you won't need this useless junk.Our ancestors survived without all this tech and so can you.I've had my boiler for 20 years no leaks whatsoever since it's serviced appropriately with frequent checks.


Fortunately, I don't work that far away, although working in the sticks would be nice. Assuming an constant flow rate across the time of the leak, any time I could shave off the length of time I'm out of the house on a work day would reduce the damage to the house. Therefore, if I can get back to the house sooner than I would being at work (I'm away from the house for around 9 hours), that's got to be an advantage, surely that's irrefutable.

My boiler is serviced properly; the failed part was a manifold on the mains water side. The engineer would never have seen the crack in the part while servicing it. My boiler is cheap, Italian crap and was inherited with the house. It'll be replaced as soon as necessary.

It's not a case at all of survival; a leak in the house wouldn't kill me but would cause me a lot of unnecessary work. If I can use tech to my advantage to mitigate the damage caused by a leak when I'm out of the house, I'll do so and do, gladly.
Lastly, I'm genuinely happy that you haven't experienced the same bad luck as I have, with your boiler.
Reesty16/05/2020 17:22

Fortunately, I don't work that far away, although working in the sticks …Fortunately, I don't work that far away, although working in the sticks would be nice. Assuming an constant flow rate across the time of the leak, any time I could shave off the length of time I'm out of the house on a work day would reduce the damage to the house. Therefore, if I can get back to the house sooner than I would being at work (I'm away from the house for around 9 hours), that's got to be an advantage, surely that's irrefutable. My boiler is serviced properly; the failed part was a manifold on the mains water side. The engineer would never have seen the crack in the part while servicing it. My boiler is cheap, Italian crap and was inherited with the house. It'll be replaced as soon as necessary. It's not a case at all of survival; a leak in the house wouldn't kill me but would cause me a lot of unnecessary work. If I can use tech to my advantage to mitigate the damage caused by a leak when I'm out of the house, I'll do so and do, gladly. Lastly, I'm genuinely happy that you haven't experienced the same bad luck as I have, with your boiler.



So how long's your journey from work to home on a good day then?
deleted249763816/05/2020 17:09

Still useless if you live in the sticks 2 hours away from work.Get your …Still useless if you live in the sticks 2 hours away from work.Get your boiler serviced properly and you won't need this useless junk.Our ancestors survived without all this tech and so can you.I've had my boiler for 20 years no leaks whatsoever since it's serviced appropriately with frequent checks.


I bet you are awesome at parties.
deleted249763816/05/2020 17:26

So how long's your journey from work to home on a good day then?


Have you also dropped by on some other deals to tell people they don’t need something?
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