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I know they are about to introduce a new motion detector. Must be the reason for this sale. Anyone use these with smartthings?
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These seem... pricey unless you need the specific door sensor form factor or the light sensitivity. I've seen motion detectors at $15 recently and door sensors at $10. Different brands but functional nonetheless.
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I purchased the Dome z-wave motion sensor to go with my smartThings system after reading positive discussions on smartThings community and a few other places but haven't gotten it yet to try out. I was holding off on the purchase of it and the Sensative Strips hoping for a coupon and was happy to find this sale.

The strips are expensive but are the perfect solution for my new door that won't work with the cheaper alternatives.
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These seem... pricey unless you need the specific door sensor form factor or the light sensitivity. I've seen motion detectors at $15 recently and door sensors at $10. Different brands but functional nonetheless.
I just got a smartthings hub. Where do you recommend me buying cheap sensors? Thanks.
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I just got a smartthings hub. Where do you recommend me buying cheap sensors? Thanks.
Keep an eye on mydigitaldiscount .com they're sensors come on sale for 10 bucks or so every few months. But even at their regular price it isn't bad.
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The Smartest House is giving an extra 25% off select items with code HOT25. Free shipping on orders over $70

https://www.thesmartesthouse.com/...tra-25-off

DOME Z-WAVE PLUS MOTION DETECTOR WITH LIGHT SENSOR DMMS1 / $30 after Discount
https://www.thesmartesthouse.com/collections/winter-clearance-use-coupon-hot25-for-extra-25-off/prod... [thesmartesthouse.com]

SENSATIVE Z-WAVE PLUS STRIPS GUARD INVISIBLE DOOR WINDOW SENSOR /$41.21
https://www.thesmartesthouse.com/collections/winter-clearance-use-coupon-hot25-for-extra-25-off/prod... [thesmartesthouse.com]

https://www.thesmartesthouse.com/...tra-25-off
thanks for the heads up, been waiting for the CT101s to be on sale again... not as good as last time, but only 3$ more per. might want to point those out in the OP, the CT101 is a pretty great inexpensive thermostat. i have them on 3 of my zones right now, been waiting for a sale to buy 2 more to complete the heating system in the house. i use them to automatically control when i'm running the wood burning stove in the winter, to keep some hot water in the pipes every now and then to prevent freezing... since the zones never turn on if the stove is chugging.
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Does anyone know if these work with the Simon XT? That panel uses Z-Wave, but not all sensors work with it (e.g. Monoprice). Thanks!
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Is there any sale for a z-wave water shutoff valve ??
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Keep an eye on mydigitaldiscount .com they're sensors come on sale for 10 bucks or so every few months. But even at their regular price it isn't bad.
Do you have a recommendation for a cheap and good garage door sensor? I got the door sensor from my digital discount the last time but the gap is too wide to use those on a garage door.
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Is there any sale for a z-wave water shutoff valve ??
I have one of those, and I don't recommend it. My house has a 3/4 gate valve for the main cutoff. It was admittedly stiff at fourteen years old so I decided to replace it. Even with the new valve, the Z-wave shutoff device really struggles to turn the valve and won't quite close it that last little bit. That makes it effectively worthless, since I still get a good bit of flow with the valve even slightly cracked.
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Do you have a recommendation for a cheap and good garage door sensor? I got the door sensor from my digital discount the last time but the gap is too wide to use those on a garage door.
I use the monoprice tilt sensor. It's working well.
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I have one of those, and I don't recommend it. My house has a 3/4 gate valve for the main cutoff. It was admittedly stiff at fourteen years old so I decided to replace it. Even with the new valve, the Z-wave shutoff device really struggles to turn the valve and won't quite close it that last little bit. That makes it effectively worthless, since I still get a good bit of flow with the valve even slightly cracked.
Thanks for your tip
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Keep an eye on mydigitaldiscount .com they're sensors come on sale for 10 bucks or so every few months. But even at their regular price it isn't bad.
Thanks!
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I have one of those, and I don't recommend it. My house has a 3/4 gate valve for the main cutoff. It was admittedly stiff at fourteen years old so I decided to replace it. Even with the new valve, the Z-wave shutoff device really struggles to turn the valve and won't quite close it that last little bit. That makes it effectively worthless, since I still get a good bit of flow with the valve even slightly cracked.
The dome shutoff works fine on my valve? It took some tweaking to get the bar set correctly but it shuts it to a dribble at most.
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I just got a smartthings hub. Where do you recommend me buying cheap sensors? Thanks.
Mydigitaldiscount sales as mentioned before, the visonic window/doors are great. Some people really hate the Xiaomi sensors as they're hard to pair and some people have issues with them dropping out, but I have like a dozen of their various sensors in my house and they work fine for me.
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