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Lutron Caseta Wireless Smart Lighting Starter Kit w/ 2 Dimmers EXPIRED

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Amazon also has Lutron Caseta Wireless Smart Lighting Starter Kit w/ 2 Dimmer Switches (P-BDG-PKG2W) on sale for $124.95. Shipping is free. Thanks kjg291 and cplstone

Home Depot also has Lutron Caseta Wireless Smart Lighting Starter Kit w/ 2 Dimmer Switches (P-BDG-PKG2W) on sale for $124.90. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where stock permits.

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  • Smart bridge
  • 2x Dimmer Switches w/ Wallplates
  • 2x Pico remotes
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Lutron Caseta Wireless Smart Lighting Dimmer Switch (2 Count) Starter Kit Model P-BDG-PKG2W-HD - $124.90 + Free Shipping @ homedepot.com [homedepot.com] - No longer available. Back in stock at Home Depot

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Hi quick question. I have two patio lights and one light in front front door working in a single switch without any dimmer. In simple one switch I can turn three light bulbs on/off . I want to change to this model. Is this model works with three lights or bulbs and house is new. Any help please...
Yes. I have my setup thru Wink hub where one set of pico remotes control 3 way light directly and additional pico remote controls several lights together
Hoping it's same way thru Lutron hub
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Thank you 🙏
Do note that you would need the hub. One hub I believe for 50 devices.
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Great kit! I have the same one and paid similar on Amazon.
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First installed Dec 2015. 9 dimmers (and several picos for 3 way switch replacement) at this point. I will install a few more at some point. About to install a kit like this in my parents' house (purchased for a little less than this via ebay with a 15% off coupon). Zero complaints from me.

I'll eventually have some Serena shades too.
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These seem expensive compare to the tp-link hs220. Any reason why?
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What is advantage of this over GE Zwave plus or TP link smart switches? This is 2x the price of those
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Never any deals on switches without the Hub. How many Hubs does a person need?
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expensive, but I've had several installed for a couple years and they are the most reliable wireless device I own
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I just wanted to mention. Make sure to check that your LED lights are compatible on Lutron's LED checker website. I've had two issues: ghosting and extreme buzzing.

I have purchased P-PKG1W-WH-R for $36 off ebay (when there was a sale) new and I regularly see the kits for $40-45 dollars. A bridge kit, P-BDG-PKG1W, is the same, but includes the bridge, and can be purchased new for $54. Adding up the value, $54 + $45 (same as what's in this "deal"), the price would be $99 - $25 cheaper than this deal.

For those that are worried about "authorized resellers", I will tell you this - in the past, I've called Lutron tech support, and they have been excellent. They didn't care where I purchased the device from, and still offered me excellent support to my 100% satisfaction.

I've installed 8 of these style switches in my home and have a P-PKG1W-WH-R kit, 1 PD5NE, and 1 PD10NXD for sale. Please PM me if you have any questions or interest. Thanks for reading!
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What is advantage of this over GE Zwave plus or TP link smart switches? This is 2x the price of those
Lutron has the best dimmer switches available. The remotes are able to be mounted onto a wall and fit perfectly into a wall plate, making it appear as a regular switch. Unfortunately Lutron uses a closed ecosystem. I use mine in conjunction with a Samsung hub and you can control both through the Samsung app, and Amazon Alexa. You will need a Samsung hub (I recommend) or other to communicate with z-wave devices like GE. At this price, buy it if you like the look of the switches, as you get the hub for free essentially, and have the two extra remotes. If you only want one hub, go with Samsung and buy any z-wave switch you like the style of.
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Most of my switches are Lutron Caseta. Very reliable and I've had maybe 3-4 disconnects in the entire past year, and I think most of those were because of my old crappy Spectrum-provided cable modem/router combo - I just bought a Netgear router and modem, no disconnects since. The dimming is quick, system is fast and integrates well with various hubs (I used to use Google Home as my "hub", but now use Smartthings). Lutron's wireless protocol is "ClearConnect" which is proprietary, so it needs its own bridge regardless of which hub (if any) you use.
How do you like smarthings vs Google hub? I'm thinking of making the switch.
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Darn. Doesn't look like it supports zwave or zigbee?
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Never any deals on switches without the Hub. How many Hubs does a person need?
Lutron is mostly proprietary. The only 3rd party hub that works with it is the wink hub that I know of. And they've been quiet for some time other than having some outages.
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I just wanted to mention. Make sure to check that your LED lights are compatible on Lutron's LED checker website. I've had two issues: ghosting and extreme buzzing.

I have purchased P-PKG1W-WH-R for $36 off ebay (when there was a sale) new and I regularly see the kits for $40-45 dollars. A bridge kit, P-BDG-PKG1W, is the same, but includes the bridge, and can be purchased new for $54. Adding up the value, $54 + $45 (same as what's in this "deal"), the price would be $99 - $25 cheaper than this deal.

For those that are worried about "authorized resellers", I will tell you this - in the past, I've called Lutron tech support, and they have been excellent. They didn't care where I purchased the device from, and still offered me excellent support to my 100% satisfaction.

I've installed 8 of these style switches in my home and have a P-PKG1W-WH-R kit, 1 PD5NE, and 1 PD10NXD for sale. Please PM me if you have any questions or interest. Thanks for reading!
That and they're pretty thick, like GFCI outlet thick so might wanna double check depth of switch box.
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Lutron is mostly proprietary. The only 3rd party hub that works with it is the wink hub that I know of. And they've been quiet for some time other than having some outages.
I meant to say I already have the hub so I don't need any more.
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