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Insteon 40% Off With Code "SURPRISE"

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Went on to Smarthome a few minutes ago to pickup a few remaining items that I need and they have a banner sale for 40% off with code "SURPRISE". It looks like everything except for kits and multikits are included in the deal, so this is a pretty awesome deal if you just need a few pieces. Deal is through tomorrow (7/31).

https://get.smarthome.com/lucky-d...-block-439
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Created 07-30-2019 at 01:29 PM by lhymes
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Insteon hardware is pure CRAP and so is Indigo automation software. Since Indigo version 7 is a subscription model, talking about double dipping.
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Insteon hardware is pure CRAP and so is Indigo automation software. Since Indigo version 7 is a subscription model, talking about double dipping.
A contrarian's point of view - As someone with over 15K in home automation gear from a myriad of vendors and protocols, I can easily say that my 84 Insteon devices combined with my ISY have been one of the most reliable aspects of my HA setup. Sure there are definitely some issues with it, but not reliability in my case. And there is nothing as nice as their Keypadlinc on the market in the DIY space.

I'm also running HomeSeer as my main controller integrated with Z-wave (switches, outlets, motion, temperature, dry relay, etc), Wemo outlets, Rachio sprinkler controller, Sonos Speakers, Elk M1G1 Alarm, Lifx, Lutron, & Hue Lighting, Android tablets, Somfy Window Blinds, Ubiquiti Unifi, Harmony Hubs, Honeywell Thermostats, Plex, Blue-Iris Cameras, Chromecasts, Ring Doorbell, Onkyo & Denon Receivers, and a Rainforest Eagle Energy Gateway.

My least reliable devices have been my Z-Wave environment and my Rainforest Eagle.

Also I have no idea why you're even bringing up Indigo since it's a third party HA Controller by Perceptive Automation.
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WiFi direct connect has evolved and gotten so cheap, I don't bother with this stuff any longer
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Insteon + ISY has been rock solid for me for the past 10 years
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