Amazon announced today that it will start selling a wireless water meter that works with Amazon’s Echo and Echo Dot, the company’s Echo Show and other devices.
It will be priced at $79.99 for the Echo Show, the Echo Dot or any other device.
The device will only work with the Amazon Alexa voice-controlled device.
It’s not clear when the device will become available.
A wireless watermeter is a device that measures and measures water level on your home or office.
Amazon sells a similar product for the Amazon Echo Show.
The company has been offering a similar device for a couple of years, called a “smart water meter,” that works on the Amazon Fire TV Stick.
However, Amazon removed the Amazon Water Meter from the Fire TV app in 2016 because it was not available for the Fire Phone.
Amazon said the Echo Water Meter is “designed for people who want to get connected to the Amazon cloud through a smart water meter without using an Echo device.”
Amazon also said that the Echo water meter is compatible with Amazon Echo Dot devices.
The Echo Water meter uses Amazon’s Cloud Foundry, a cloud computing platform.
The company said that Echo Water meters will be available starting in November and the product will be free to anyone who purchases the Echo Spot or Echo Show or other Amazon devices.
The Echo Watermeter is also compatible with the Echo device and any other smart water meters that Amazon sells.
Amazon has also said it plans to start selling smart water sensors in the coming weeks.
A recent study from the University of Texas said that a third of U.S. homes don’t have smart water-monitoring systems, and most of those households do not have a smart outlet connected to their home’s water supply.