Odd looking Leak Frogs.
(Read the blurb after writing the above comment.)
The Leak Frogs have evolved!
Title should say 2,3,4 pack.
I refuse to acknowledge anything leak that isn’t of the frog variety.
No self respecting Wooter would buy anything other than a Leak Frog.
Who the heck want’s a leak dog? The little ladybug might be sorta-kinda on topic, but a dog? Don’t puppies usually leave puddles rather than detect them?
BRING BACK LEAK FROGS
I have an army of Woot Leap Frogs standing sentinel around my house. They’ve saved us from two minor leaks (one toilet, one sink) over the years. They are still going strong. I would not want to insult them by introducing either of these to their ranks.
Got my leak frogs almost 12 years ago (84 leak dog years) and they’re still working
My leap frogs are still working after all these years, and aren’t about to be replaced by any gosh-darned lady bugs!
Good, I’m safe.
Leak Frogs are worth some cheddar??
I’ve got a extra, unused, NIB (New In Bag) Leak Frog! Guess I need to cash in on it.
The problem is you’re talking about self-respect and Woot in the same sentence.
Listed in the features:
Put multiples around the house in bathrooms, laundry rooms, in the kitchen by the dishwasher or under the sink, in the basement or garage by the hot water heater and sump pump, etc.
It’s not a HOT water heater. It’s a water heater. There’s no need to heat hot water
Sure it is, because if you don’t continuously keep it hot, it’ll just be water.
Sorry, No. Just. NO.
BRING BACK THE humble green plastic lump that screamed when it felt water.
Order Date: Apr 26, 2007
Order Number: 21303564
LeakFrogSold by Woot
Quantity: 2 @ $7.99
Unless you’re using a tankless water heater – no storage. Cold water in, hot water out.
How about how water in, no water out?
If I have hot water, I don’t want it to lose ANY heat.
Okay, now I’m not sure what to say…