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z-wave sale, $12 scene controller, $10 glass break sensors, more

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4th of July sale at ZwaveProducts.com [zwaveproducts.com]

GoControl 2 button scene controller $11 [zwaveproducts.com]

Remotec Zwave thermostat $70 [zwaveproducts.com]


GoControl Glass break sensor $10 [zwaveproducts.com]

2Gig lamp dimmer $12 [zwaveproducts.com]

Some bulk deals exist for 2 and 5 packs.

Shipping is free for $99+ purchases. I spent about $2/item for priority shipping.
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Nice deal. Thanks.
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Anyone know if those glass break sensors would work with Ring?
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I prefer to use Z-Wave when I can. Helps reduce clutter on the 2.4Ghz.
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the 2 button looks a bit tacky, but great prices. not sure how good the products are though
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I looked at the eco link garage door sensor. reduced by $5 only but still. however shipping is proving to be expensive if your just gonna buy a few items. Free ship is from $75
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Horrible reviews on the go break sensors.
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I have the glass break sensor, admittedly from a different vendor. I had no trouble pairing it to my Homeseer system and it reacted to dropping a glass bottle on tile as well as keys on tile (that was an accident)

I ordered 2 more of the sensors from this sale so hopefully these won't be gray market clones like on amazon.
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I have the glass break sensor, admittedly from a different vendor. I had no trouble pairing it to my Homeseer system and it reacted to dropping a glass bottle on tile as well as keys on tile (that was an accident)

I ordered 2 more of the sensors from this sale so hopefully these won't be gray market clones like on amazon.
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Horrible reviews on the go break sensors.
Is the general consensus is that the bad reviews were due to bootleg sensors?
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There is a new skill for Amazons Alexa, it can now listen to over 2000 different sorts of glass breaking and shattering. It is just sound and she listens anyway allday😂
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There is a new skill for Amazons Alexa, it can now listen to over 2000 different sorts of glass breaking and shattering. It is just sound and she listens anyway allday😂
Yeah...
So for those who DON'T like an always listening mic in their house that sends recording to some corporate home base, they can use a dedicated sensor that only sends a detection notice and is incapable of transmitting the sounds it hears.

So this is a feature, not a flaw, to those people.
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The recessed 5-6" zwave lights at $10 are very interesting: https://www.zwaveproducts.com/sho...-lb65r6z-1
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z wave BR30 bulbs have memory i.e on power failure will it go back to previous set color?
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The recessed 5-6" zwave lights at $10 are very interesting: https://www.zwaveproducts.com/sho...-lb65r6z-1

Cheap as heck, you can barely get a regular LED retrofit for this price.


However, I can't find a good use case for this. It's rare that you would have a single recessed light, and it's always better to control all of them via a single z-wave switch. Hmmmm
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Cheap as heck, you can barely get a regular LED retrofit for this price.


However, I can't find a good use case for this. It's rare that you would have a single recessed light, and it's always better to control all of them via a single z-wave switch. Hmmmm
Depending on your zwave controller you could make a group and just controll the group.
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