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[Lowes] GE Z-wave plus on/off from $22.99 or Dimmer from $28.32

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Lowes currently has their GE Z-wave plus switches on sale. When you stack these with the current coupons ($20 off $100, $10 off $50 or 10% off), you can achieve the following prices depending on how many you buy.

On/Off Switch [lowes.com] ($27.99 w/o coupon)
1 - $25.19 (10% off coupon )
2 or 4 - $22.99 ($10 of $50 or $20 off $100 coupon)

Dimmer [lowes.com] ($34.99 w/o coupon)
1 - $31.49 (10% off coupon)
2 - $29.99 ($10 off $50 coupon)
3 - $28.32 ($20 off $100 coupon)

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There is a current frontpage deal for the on/off from amazon for $29.32.

One disadvantage of the GE z-wave switches is that they need a special add on switch to be used in a 3-way switch. Others like Involli [amazon.com]or Zooz [thesmartesthouse.com]can use a standard switch, though it does require figuring out the correct wiring.
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Last Edited by VSeven May 23, 2018 at 05:32 PM
"One disadvantage of the GE z-wave switches is that they need a special add on switch to be used in a 3-way switch. Others like Involli [amazon.com]or Zooz [thesmartesthouse.com]can use a standard switch, though it does require figuring out the correct wiring. "

Keep in mind the $20 GE Add-On switch, when used with a dimmer, can also dim while the Involi and Zooz only will have on/off for your old switch. The add-on switch also supports double tap features for both on/off and dimmers. Worth it for me personally and I like that you can buy cheap Leviton paddle switches that match the GE style pretty closely for lights you don't need to be "smart".

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Lowe's has the 14291 switch for 27.99.

SAVE 26% thru 05/30/2018


They have the item number as 14295 but the box is 14291.

Store pickup or showing as free shipping.

Add coupons/discounted gift cards for more savings (you know the drill).

https://www.lowes.com/pd/GE-Z-Wav...1000241629
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Seeing a price of 37.99 on my end zip code 11580
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Wow, now if only Menards would kick off an 11% rebate I could get the "lowes 11%" rebate on top of this!....I almost jumped on the Amazon deal...glad I waited 5 minutes...lol

Thanks OP!
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Thanks man, pretty good deal for the Plus switches.
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Looks like I was beat to it Smilie

See this thread for a good breakdown of the coupon discounts:

https://slickdeals.net/f/11626615-lowes-ge-z-wave-plus-on-off-from-22-99-or-dimmer-from-28-32?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1

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Involli or Zooz are the only way to go now. Best bang for buck and a no brainer if you have a three way or four way setup since you save at least $20 per slave switch
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While I don't need any more of these (good deal by the way) the information regarding the other two products is great. I didn't realize not having an add on switch was an option out there. Thanks.
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The model # on the 1st link is for a toggle switch, though the pictures are for a paddle switch (model 14291). Could someone confirm which information is right?
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Involli or Zooz are the only way to go now. Best bang for buck and a no brainer if you have a three way or four way setup since you save at least $20 per slave switch
Involli seems to have a very short list of compatible LEDs for dimming. I have about 40 hyperkion LED retrofit lights and Involli explictly lists them as incompatible. My GE stuff handles them perfectly fine.
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One disadvantage of the GE z-wave switches is that they need a special add on switch to be used in a 3-way switch. Others like Involli [amazon.com]or Zooz [thesmartesthouse.com]can use a standard switch, though it does require figuring out the correct wiring.
Stack with this deal $115 GC for $100 or other 10% off like: $50 GC for $45

Also with the disadvantage comes an advantage: the addon switch extends the functionality of the base switch/dimmer in that it can dim as well and support double tap etc.
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$10 off, how? Full price for me.
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The model # on the 1st link is for a toggle switch, though the pictures are for a paddle switch (model 14291). Could someone confirm which information is right?
yes, I noticed this too. Ready to place an order for 5 switches total (3 reg, 2 dimmers) but need to verify what I'm buying.
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$10 off, how? Full price for me.

$27.99 Was $37.99
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