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Chamberlain LW9000WF 1.25-HP Garage Door Opener w/ Wifi and Battery Back-Up $228

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Lowe's has Chamberlain's top model 1.25-HP Whisper Drive Belt Drive Garage Door Opener with Built-in Wifi and Battery Back-Up for $228. With the mover's coupon this drops to $205.20 almost as good as the price from back in January.

Same model as the WD1000WF from Amazon or HD950WF from Home Depot.

Note: According to thread from previous deal, since this is a DC motor it can't accurately be rated with HP. the 1 1/4 HPS rating is closer to that of a 1/2 hp AC opener.
https://slickdeals.net/f/9477707-chamberlain-wd1000wf-1-1-4-hps-smartphone-controlled-wi-fi-garage-door-opener-with-battery-backup-and-ultra-quiet-operation-199-99?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1


Lowe's:
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Chamberl...p/50434480

Amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/Chamberlai...B013UGZYOM
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If I have a two car garage with two single doors I'm assuming I can use a lower powered unit (which should cost less). What HP would I need?

Is there a way to disable the WiFi on these? Last thing I need is for my garage door to be hacked. I would rather just use the remote (which I know can be hacked as well but it's one less method of hackery)


Is there a preference of this brand compared to Genie?
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What movers coupon? Thought they stopped those a while ago.
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If I have a two car garage with two single doors I'm assuming I can use a lower powered unit (which should cost less). What HP would I need?

Is there a way to disable the WiFi on these? Last thing I need is for my garage door to be hacked. I would rather just use the remote (which I know can be hacked as well but it's one less method of hackery)


Is there a preference of this brand compared to Genie?
I would look for other chamberlain deals if you don't want wifi. Single doors, unless solid wood (heavy, etc) shouldn't need this much. In fact, regular doors with springs adjusted properly should be able to be lifted with a single finger. Over time the spring stretches and needs tightening... Only have a professional do it as one wrong move can kill you. I have owned many brands over 25 years and prefer chamberlain/lift master. 15 yrs from now when you need a new clicker or your new car has built in gd clicker, chances are chamberlain will still adapt or make accessories to work. As for WiFi, I will be buying my next one with it because kids and my own sanity want to know the door is shut... Or if it gets opened when we are on vacation. As for the battery backup, I find it a waste of money. In 25 yrs, I have never had the power out when neading it open. Pull the red handle to open, or park outside and pull it in when the power comes back. The batteryy is expensive and needs replacing every few years, chances are ir would be dead when I needed it anyway.
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Please edit the price. In the description you can mention the coupon, and add in the 5% discount for a Lowe's card, and any gift cards you may have, but the price is $228.
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I would look for other chamberlain deals if you don't want wifi. Single doors, unless solid wood (heavy, etc) shouldn't need this much. In fact, regular doors with springs adjusted properly should be able to be lifted with a single finger. Over time the spring stretches and needs tightening... Only have a professional do it as one wrong move can kill you. I have owned many brands over 25 years and prefer chamberlain/lift master. 15 yrs from now when you need a new clicker or your new car has built in gd clicker, chances are chamberlain will still adapt or make accessories to work. As for WiFi, I will be buying my next one with it because kids and my own sanity want to know the door is shut... Or if it gets opened when we are on vacation. As for the battery backup, I find it a waste of money. In 25 yrs, I have never had the power out when neading it open. Pull the red handle to open, or park outside and pull it in when the power comes back. The batteryy is expensive and needs replacing every few years, chances are ir would be dead when I needed it anyway.
The batteries aren't that expensive. $24 for Chamberlain and $14 for aftermarket:
https://www.amazon.com/Chamberlain-LiftMaster-Craftsman-4228-Replacement/dp/B00213KW66/ref=sr_1_1?ie... [amazon.com]

I agree that it might not be useful for all but could be for those individuals in areas prone to power outages, especially if you use it as your primary entry into you house.
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The batteries aren't that expensive. $24 for Chamberlain and $14 for aftermarket:
https://www.amazon.com/Chamberlain-LiftMaster-Craftsman-4228-Replacement/dp/B00213KW66/ref=sr_1_1?ie... [amazon.com]

I agree that it might not be useful for all but could be for those individuals in areas prone to power outages, especially if you use it as your primary entry into you house.
I agree with everything you said. But most people will only know the battery is dead when they need it. Ideally it should be replaced every 2- 3 years, but doubt if 99% do.
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When on sale in January, I put 2 of these in the 2-car garage (single doors) for a client. The units are very quiet being a belt drive. The wifi feature is only valid when you connected it to you home network. Not connected= unable to be accessed. When connected, the wall mount door button displays the local weather. The button is also motion activated for turning on the light. While these are definately overkill for an aluminum door, they were priced right and had the features the client wanted. One would be enough to lift a double bay aluminum door.

With wifi feature, aside of using your home metwork that should be secured, requires the app for your phone and has a key code for the specific unit. The key code allows you to control the units separately if you have two. Mostly a useful feature if, you leave the house and don't recall if the door was closed. Also, if a neighbor needs in your garage, but you don't want to give out the access code, you can open it for them.
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Is this similar to http://www.sears.com/craftsman-1-...ockType=G1

I missed the deal when it was $199 around January.
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If I have a two car garage with two single doors I'm assuming I can use a lower powered unit (which should cost less). What HP would I need?

Is there a way to disable the WiFi on these? Last thing I need is for my garage door to be hacked. I would rather just use the remote (which I know can be hacked as well but it's one less method of hackery)


Is there a preference of this brand compared to Genie?
You can definitely use a lower powered opener. I have this one for a double door though and it's great. It's almost dead silent. As for Wifi, it's only activated temporarily by pressing a button on the opener. You then have it connect to your home Wifi. However if you don't press the physical button on the opener, the Wifi will not come on (and even if you do press it, it will go off after a couple minutes).
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They also have this at home depot where they might discount an additional 10% per their price match guarantee. YMMV based on the cashier/manager.

http://www.homedepot.com/c/PM_New_Lower_Price

I have this garage door system and its amazing. Within the past 6 months they added a feature to automatically close the door at certain times. Perfect for making sure your garage door closes if you accidentally leave it open when you leave for work or overnight.
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Thanks OP I've needed this
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They also have this at home depot where they might discount an additional 10% per their price match guarantee. YMMV based on the cashier/manager.

http://www.homedepot.com/c/PM_New_Lower_Price

I have this garage door system and its amazing. Within the past 6 months they added a feature to automatically close the door at certain times. Perfect for making sure your garage door closes if you accidentally leave it open when you leave for work or overnight.
Did this and worked great. thanks mralexchang and OP.
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If I have a two car garage with two single doors I'm assuming I can use a lower powered unit (which should cost less). What HP would I need?

Is there a way to disable the WiFi on these?,
I would assume there is a network device on the opener itself somewhere, find that and physically remove its functionality and there you go. I'm not familiar with how they're made so idk if it would affect usability of other features such as the regular wireless opener...
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I think this one was around $180 ish with discount last year from HD.

and this works great. I am using it.
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