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Koubachi Wi-Fi Plant Sensor Review and Giveaway


        If I could live on a decent amount of property where I could farm the land, I would be in heaven.  I love to garden and grow tons of edibles each year but because of this, I tend to keep myself very busy throughout the summer.  Unfortunately I end up giving all the attention I have to my edibles.  During this time of year sometimes my flower trees and normal house plants can actually suffer a great deal.

        I tend to pay a little less attention to them since they don't require the same upkeep.  It never fails, I forget to water these plants one day and everything goes down hill from there.  They each slowly begin to die or just don't end up the same for the rest of the season.  So I was pretty pump to hear about this neat little gadget called Koubachi.

        This awesome tool would allow my plants two now be able to communicate with me in a way they never could.  By allowing me to access my plants anywhere and everywhere through an iPhone or Web App, I no longer have to worry about "scheduling" time with my plant babies.  "Notifications, advises and alarms are directly sent to you, through push-notifications on your iPhone or by e-mail."

        Because you set up your plant information from the start, the Koubachi is in full sync with your device.  It can keep you up to date on all your plants needs.  This can include water and humidity levels, temperature and light needs, as well as fertilizer.  Even better though than letting me know when my plant needs me, Koubachi lets me know how it needs me!
        I could honestly go on forever sharing with you all the perks and intelligence this little device has but I'd only be repeating what you can find out online on their website.  What I really want you to know is this is the next generation of plant care!  For growers of all levels, this is going to work in whichever way you may need.  If you don't have a green thumb but would love even the smallest house plant, this will help you each step of the way!

        My actual only complaint about this was the set up and only because our internet wasn't working properly so it was taking forever to download the information to my computer and phone!  Otherwise I can see no reason why this wouldn't work for any person.  Well maybe one more complaint, I wish I could use it for more plants at once!
Cost/Available to purchase:  $131.65 Wi-Fi Plant Sensor 
Recommendation:  You know this is expensive for a garden accessory this small but definitely not when it comes to quality.  Like I said I do wish it could monitor more than one plant at a time but I don't think the purchase price is all that outrageous for all that it does!
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Giveaway:  Koubachi is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's very lucky readers a Koubachi Outdoor Plant Sensor of their own!
This Begins 5/16/13 as part of the "Really Listen to Your Plants" Giveaway Event!

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25 comments:

  1. I could not even fathom something like this existing in households! I think it is an awesome tool. I am generally very conscious of my plants but would love this for the times I may forget or it might need some tlc I dont know about!

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  2. I think it is wonderful that you are always offering such great giveaways!

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  3. Ok, I am officially feeling old. I truly never thought my plants would ever begin talking to me through my phone! LOL Technology is just amazing.
    jillcollins68@yahoo.com

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  4. My hard to grow indoor palm tree I receieved from Florida would use this. Tempermental I am told!

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  5. I'd like to use it on my Growbox. Would let me know how it's doing.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  6. I like that it will remind me when I need to water.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  7. I am like you-not edibles but my outdoor plants get watered with the hose but my poor indoor plants suffer : ( It would be really nice if it could be used on more than one plant but hopefully if I get in the habit/am reminded to do one plant I will do the rest of them.

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  8. Would help me be good to my plants.

    BTW the button for this does NOT have any html in it, just blank

    slehan at juno dot com

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  9. The Koubachi Outdoor Plant Sensor has got to be one of the coolest things I have seen in a good while, I just love it. We have four different fruit trees in planters, several outdoor plants,a bonsai tree and a lot of herbs along with a small garden so I would definitely make use of this item.

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  10. Hello, and thank you for this information, I have never heard of such a thing. It would be awesome for me, as I live in an apt. complex and only have room for 1-2 plants. Now.. if they could make one of these for people lol. Vicki

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  11. This is just amazing. I am bad for killing plants so I hope this would help me out!

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  12. I have a couple of plants that I keep forgetting to water - would be great for them to remind me.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  13. This is such a great idea. I have a garden that I have grown for the last few years and my biggest problem is always the same, knowing how much to water them. I always seem to give them too much or not enough water. I would love a product that helped me take some of the guess work out of it.

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  14. I really need to get one of these to help out with my vegies. My garden is so cute this year and I would love for it to stay that way.

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  15. the plant i had to get rid over 150 and then i am re bulid them again and then this woudl love to keep it gooing

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  16. I want this for my new lavender plant to make sure I treat it right.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  17. This plant sensor is wonderful, now us people with not so green thumbs will finally be able to keep our plants alive, and my hubby said if I can keep my palm alive he would get me more plants, which is really great because even though I haven't been able to keep my other plants, I really love having plants around me they are so calming, thank you so much for this chance:)

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  18. It's better than sticking your finger in the soil to see how dry it is.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  19. This is just what I need. I have terrible luck with plants drying out.

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  20. The new herb pot I planted today will enjoy having this to tell me what it needs.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  21. very handy gadget for those of us with poor garden skills

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  22. I am excited to have something like this. I can now go away and know that I can have someone come in take care of my plant/s without killing them. I want to have an indoor Ficus Tree again. I had a braided tree that grew to be over 8' tall in my last home. This nifty sensor would be ideal!

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  23. I think it will be so much fun to try this out on my plants.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  24. I soooo need this. HOW does someone kill a cactus.. or a bamboo plant??? I DO I DO!! grrrr I would love to own this! Its ingenious!!

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