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Control/check on your lights remotely from anywhere w/ your smartphone using the Kasa App. Also, easily set schedule or set timers/countdown on your dimmer switch. Offer valid through April 29, 2019 or while supplies last - Discombobulated

At the time of research, the 2-Pack TP-Link HS220 Smart WiFi Light Dimmer Switch is $24.92 lower (29% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $84.90.

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Because TP-Link is a well known brand and not some fly by night chinese knockoff who may disappear within 3 months and shut down support?
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Thanks OP! Been waiting for the HS220 deal for a while!
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I'm beginning to scratch the surface of home automation so I don't know a ton yet. Would be a better experience if all the switch were TPLink or Phillips. Or is it easy to mix and match throughout the house?

Also this may seem like a dumb question but if I had these installed and your wireless network went down. So not only your internet but your internal network. Do these still work? Can you use them manually?
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I'm beginning to scratch the surface of home automation so I don't know a ton yet. Would be a better experience if all the switch were TPLink or Phillips. Or is it easy to mix and match throughout the house?

Also this may seem like a dumb question but if I had these installed and your wireless network went down. So not only your internet but your internal network. Do these still work? Can you use them manually?
Most people prefer to have to deal with one app on their phone instead of multiple to control things. Also you can always manually turn them on or off in case internet is down. I have a mix of wemo and tplink switchs in my house and control them via Google home
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Requires Premier Account :-(
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Requires Premier Account :-(
No, just ordered with basic account
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No, just ordered with basic account
Same here. No premiere needed.
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Just installed these yesterday. Worked perfect. Had no issues with the installation or app.
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I love the tp link stuff and want to outfit most of my home with these and the nondimmer switches, but I need to get my hands on two smart dimmers that's are 3 way. I know tp link doesn't make them, anyone have a mixed switch environment?
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TP Link needs to come out with a dimmer that works as a 3-way switch.
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I am using one of these exact switches and that is one of the best purchases I have made. It works flawless and Kasa is very user friendly. Same app works with TP link wi fi outlet plugs as well.
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I'm beginning to scratch the surface of home automation so I don't know a ton yet. Would be a better experience if all the switch were TPLink or Phillips. Or is it easy to mix and match throughout the house?

Also this may seem like a dumb question but if I had these installed and your wireless network went down. So not only your internet but your internal network. Do these still work? Can you use them manually?
When i started i had philips HUE. My upstairs is hue but my downstairs is with the tp link switches. I'd recommend going all tp link if at all possible. They work as normal switches even if the internet goes down. I'm fine with Hue upstairs because no one really goes up there that doesn't know how to use voice commands for lights. with that said, i STILL put money into buying phillips switches for the bulbs. If i had to do it all over I'd have just outfitted the entire house with smart switches instead of HUE>
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I'm debating if I can get away with installing one of these outside to schedule one of the porch lights. Anyone have any experience with these in outdoor locations? The winters can be bitter in Michigan.
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