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$75 Bond WiFi Ceiling Fan Controller with Echo and Google Home support + LED Indoor/Outdoor Black Ceiling Fan

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Home Depot has the Bond Smart WiFi Ceiling Fan Remote Hub on sale for $89.99 with an addition $40 off if purchased along with a fan.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Bond-.../302904473

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Add the cheapest item from the 'ceiling fans' category and it knocks off $40. Cheapest thing I found was this @ $14.92 when added to cart with BOND: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Whets.../301194078
The filler item is a long lasting battery powered fan and LED light. Great for camping or just using on the porch.

Brings the total down to $74.91 plus tax with free shipping!

Thanks much Apexseals!

Do you have ceiling fans with radio frequency remote controls? This lets you control existing ceiling fans with Alexa and Google Home! Also supports IFTTT. No wiring needed!

Product Overview
The Bond is the best option available for connecting ceiling fans to your smart home. Featuring both RF and IR capabilities, it works with any remote-controlled ceiling fan even those that are not already smart home-enabled and requires no rewiring. The Bonds sleek form factor makes it an attractive addition to any room in the house. Through a free, easy-to-use app, it connects to your home Wi-Fi network in minutes. The Bond integrates seamlessly with smart home hubs and works with smart speakers like the Amazon Echo and Google Home to enable voice control of any ceiling fan.
Compatible with all remote-controlled ceiling fans
Bond Smart Remote Makes Your Ceiling Fans a Smart Home device with no rewiring
Use voice activation through Amazon Echo and Google Home to voice control your ceiling fans and other appliances
Setup takes only a few minutes with the download of a Free App for iOS or Android
Control your ceiling fans from anywhere remotely on your smart device
Bonds sleek form factor makes it an attractive addition to any room in the house
Download our Alexa Skill that allows the Amazon Echo to work with your Bond
Bond is a Ceiling Fan Hub that Controls up to 6 ceiling fans
Bond will provide full ceiling fan functionality including on/off, Speed controls and Light control
Easy, One Button Setup!
Smart Fan Solution with Ceiling Fan Timer and Upgrade-able Features makes Life more Convenient

Also available via Amazon for $99.99 [amazon.com]
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Last Edited by billcsho November 26, 2017 at 05:18 PM
Note the price error. It should be $64.91 plus tax after $40 off. Use the online chat after placing the order for price adjustment.
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I can see this being useful when I'm in bed and the remote is on the wall on the other side of the room. Any Wink or Smart Things integration?
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Meh, bought a zwave switch on special at Walmart and it controls my fan perfectly.
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This seems like how Logitech Harmony works except this has support for Radio Frequency versus Infrared
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Meh, bought a zwave switch on special at Walmart and it controls my fan perfectly.
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Sorry, it was like 2 weeks ago and it was in store only..
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This seems like how Logitech Harmony works except this has support for Radio Frequency versus Infrared
I have a Hook for RF coverage in my home. Works on those etekcity RF outlets that run 5 for $25 plus have remotes for backup.
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Haiku has $150 off for Black Friday
Yes, still expensive, L version basically pays for the WiFi module and wall control.
Z wave is an option, but if your fan has a DC motor, I believe that the "fan control" is bad because it actually changes the output to the fan. So on/off is better and hopefully your fan remembers.
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Considering I have 6 RF fans in my home, and Echo's in every room, this will work perfectly. Controls fan speed control and light dimming. Just need to place this Bond centrally.
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This seems like how Logitech Harmony works except this has support for Radio Frequency versus Infrared
Wait so I can get one of those Harmony smart hubs and control my IR ceiling fan? How about my Chinese LED strips that have IR remote for changing colors? Can I create custom stuff by programming the hub? I'm 100% certain is won't have my Chinese 5050 LED strips.
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In other words, if I say 'ok google' 899 times, it'll cost me 10¢ every time I turn my fan on, or push the manual switch for free? I like the idea, but this sounds like a project for the raspberry pi lol 🤩
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Wait so I can get one of those Harmony smart hubs and control my IR ceiling fan? How about my Chinese LED strips that have IR remote for changing colors? Can I create custom stuff by programming the hub? I'm 100% certain is won't have my Chinese 5050 LED strips.
Your ceiling fan is IR controlled? All of mine are Rf controlled......
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Wait so I can get one of those Harmony smart hubs and control my IR ceiling fan? How about my Chinese LED strips that have IR remote for changing colors? Can I create custom stuff by programming the hub? I'm 100% certain is won't have my Chinese 5050 LED strips.
​Yes, you absolutely can. I did it with my LED Strips & my HDMI Switcher by pointing the remote at the hub.

Try this link out for instructions: https://support.myharmony.com/en-...y-database
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