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Why are these $80 a piece when all three other smart dimmers are $50-60 a piece?
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Arg, not truly "wireless" as it still needs to be wired to the wall. I'm hoping someone will make a true wireless dimmer switch that will work with a smart plug/outlet so I can adjust my chandelier that isn't wired to a switch.
U mad bro? Does you chandelier have a plug or so? It's still not.. wireless..
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Arg, not truly "wireless" as it still needs to be wired to the wall. I'm hoping someone will make a true wireless dimmer switch that will work with a smart plug/outlet so I can adjust my chandelier that isn't wired to a switch.
I would wire in a switch perhaps located in ceiling by chandelier then use a slave to control it. Thinking lutron caseta and pico remote.
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Why are these $80 a piece when all three other smart dimmers are $50-60 a piece?
Almost all other smart dimmers require a hub, but if you've got one anyway then don't bother.

There are some better tweak on this tho, like double tap gesture, and return to previous lightness. But Wemo Android app is beyond trash..

This was $70 for some time, just saying.
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These have been $60 per unit for some time, also these don't support three way switching.
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I would wire in a switch perhaps located in ceiling by chandelier then use a slave to control it. Thinking lutron caseta and pico remote.
Thanks, but I live in an apartment. Can't wire anything. I'm hoping hue comes out with smartplug, that would be perfect.
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These have been $60 per unit for some time, also these don't support three way switching.
At Best Buy? Are you thinking of the 1st gen, non-dimmer switches?

Amazon doesn't show any price drop that low (i.e. if that's a proxy for keeping competitive with Best Buy): https:// camel camel camel .com/Dimmer-Wi-Fi-Light-Switch-Amazon/product/B071RFYQFM
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These have been $60 per unit for some time, also these don't support three way switching.
I hate anything that does not support three way.
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Thanks, but I live in an apartment. Can't wire anything. I'm hoping hue comes out with smartplug, that would be perfect.
Are you just looking to control Hue bulbs and not the power to them? If so, this is what you're looking for. It works excellently, and is battery operated and detachable (so can be a remote as well). And it's only $25.
http://www2.meethue.com/en-us/p/h...6677458140
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Are you just looking to control Hue bulbs and not the power to them? If so, this is what you're looking for. It works excellently, and is battery operated and detachable (so can be a remote as well). And it's only $25.
http://www2.meethue.com/en-us/p/h...6677458140 [meethue.com]
no I have a chandelier that uses non-hue bulbs (hue bulbs won't fit)
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no I have a chandelier that uses non-hue bulbs (hue bulbs won't fit)
If you are trying to control a chandelier that's wired to your electrical, you need a switch like the one that's posted here that controls the chandelier. Or smart bulbs that fit your chandelier, in which case you could use a zigbee/z-wave wireless remote control tied to a smart hub.
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If you are trying to control a chandelier that's wired to your electrical, you need a switch like the one that's posted here that controls the chandelier. Or smart bulbs that fit your chandelier, in which case you could use a zigbee/z-wave wireless remote control tied to a smart hub.
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If you are trying to control a chandelier that's wired to your electrical, you need a switch like the one that's posted here that controls the chandelier. Or smart bulbs that fit your chandelier, in which case you could use a zigbee/z-wave wireless remote control tied to a smart hub.
Thanks, but it is plugged into a wall socket with no switch.
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