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shop.smarthings.com has their SmartThings Lighting Kit for $40 off + Free Shipping. (among other 20% off sales)
  • Includes a SmartThings Hub to connect wirelessly with a wide range of smart devices and make them work together.
  • Includes two dimmable Sengled Element Classic LED Bulbs (A19) to set lights to turn on or off when doors are opened, when there's activity in your home, and much more.
  • Includes a SmartThings Motion Sensor to receive alerts if there's unexpected movement, set connected devices to turn on and off as people come and go, and much more.
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Created 10-15-2017 at 09:28 AM by Identity404
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Where is the Amazon deal to get the hub and 2 bulbs for $45? All I see on Amazon is the hub (by itself) for $80.
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she said the light bulbs are $9 each at amazon or home depot. amazon has a deal for the st hub and 2 bulbs for $45. so even if you get the amazon deal and purchase the motion detector for $30 thats only $75 which would save your $25 off the $99 deal.
are you talking about the philips hue?

https://www.amazon.com/Philips-Eq...ghting+kit
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okay.
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okay.
Same deal was front page twice.. I think it's pretty good.
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that's a used Philips hue Frown
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Does anyone know the price of sensor and bulbs separately bought.
I am debating this be getting ST hub for $50 when that deal comes around.
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Does anyone know the price of sensor and bulbs separately bought.
I am debating this be getting ST hub for $50 when that deal comes around.
When you take in account the other items at their LOWEST front page prices you are getting the hub for $55.

bulbs: $8x2
sensor: $28

Retail for the sensor is $40 and $10 for each bulb.
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When you take in account the other items at their LOWEST front page prices you are getting the hub for $55.

bulbs: $8x2
sensor: $28

Retail for the sensor is $40 and $10 for each bulb.
Thanks and repped.
I am thinking about getting this kit. But honestly I don't see the use of motion detector or bulbs for myself atm. I want to get z-wave switch and wall plugs to switch stuff on and off.
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Thanks and repped.
I am thinking about getting this kit. But honestly I don't see the use of motion detector or bulbs for myself atm. I want to get z-wave switch and wall plugs to switch stuff on and off.
I use the motion sensor to control a decent portion of my downstairs lighting. It's really nice to be able to walk into the kitchen for a drink and have lights come on at 10% intensity, just enough to see.

But obviously your situation may be different.
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Does it make sense to own a Phillips Hue setup and a SmartThings setup?
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I use the motion sensor to control a decent portion of my downstairs lighting. It's really nice to be able to walk into the kitchen for a drink and have lights come on at 10% intensity, just enough to see.

But obviously your situation may be different.
I have quiet a few ppl in my family. They keep switching switches on and off so the bulbs won't be able to work properly with switches off :/
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Does it make sense to own a Phillips Hue setup and a SmartThings setup?
Absolutely worth it because of the limited options of the hue bulbs if connecting them directly to smartthings. At a minimum, just buy the older gen hub for 20 bucks off ebay.
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I have quiet a few ppl in my family. They keep switching switches on and off so the bulbs won't be able to work properly with switches off :/
If that's the case then you should get smart switches where applicable. If nothing else, the motion sensor can act as a trigger to turn all lights off after a certain amount of time with no activity.

I have several routines set up, and one is after 11pm, if there's more than 15 minutes of no motion in an area, I turn all those lights off.

There's a lot of possibilities but everyone has different things that will work or not work for their setup.
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