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  • Alexa Compatible: requires an Alexa-supported Hub for voice control with Echo Products (Alexa device and Hub sold separately). Cannot connect directly with Echo Plus (Only ZigBee products can connect directly to Echo Plus).
  • This smart fan control replaces a switch that only controls fans; lights must be on a separate switch.
  • Our research indicates that GE Enbrighten Z-Wave Plus Smart Fan Control is $7.18 lower (16% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $44.98 at the time of this posting.
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I've had this in my 3C tracker for a while and the price just dropped. Not sure if this price drop is permanent, but it usually runs around $45 so this is around a 15% drop. This is the lowest price since the all-time low of $31.49 back in November of 2018.

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Raise your hand if you're still waiting for them to create a zwave fan control that also controls the lights in a single unit? Those are like the only non-zwave switches I have besides sensor based ones
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I had those light/fan combo switches (non-zwave) in five different rooms in my house. Ripped them all out, ripped out all the junction boxes, cut larger holes in the drywall, and put in the junction boxes with an additional gang so I could separate those functions into two separate switches. Took a few afternoons but was worth it. Now I can add zwave to whatever I want.
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Raise your hand if you're still waiting for them to create a zwave fan control that also controls the lights in a single unit? Those are like the only non-zwave switches I have besides sensor based ones
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Raise your hand if you're still waiting for them to create a zwave fan control that also controls the lights in a single unit? Those are like the only non-zwave switches I have besides sensor based ones
That would be pretty awesome.
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Raise your hand if you're still waiting for them to create a zwave fan control that also controls the lights in a single unit? Those are like the only non-zwave switches I have besides sensor based ones
I had those light/fan combo switches (non-zwave) in five different rooms in my house. Ripped them all out, ripped out all the junction boxes, cut larger holes in the drywall, and put in the junction boxes with an additional gang so I could separate those functions into two separate switches. Took a few afternoons but was worth it. Now I can add zwave to whatever I want.
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I like the Lutron system better.
I was so excited about the Lutron fan control, but the reviews are horrible....
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I was so excited about the Lutron fan control, but the reviews are horrible....
Have it installed on 7 fans, never had any issues
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I had those light/fan combo switches (non-zwave) in five different rooms in my house. Ripped them all out, ripped out all the junction boxes, cut larger holes in the drywall, and put in the junction boxes with an additional gang so I could separate those functions into two separate switches. Took a few afternoons but was worth it. Now I can add zwave to whatever I want.
r u for hire? in NJ.
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I had those light/fan combo switches (non-zwave) in five different rooms in my house. Ripped them all out, ripped out all the junction boxes, cut larger holes in the drywall, and put in the junction boxes with an additional gang so I could separate those functions into two separate switches. Took a few afternoons but was worth it. Now I can add zwave to whatever I want.
Luckily I had double boxes already there so I just to change the mud ring and run an extra wire since I had to remove the remote module. I love it myself. I got one more room to do and maybe this will push me over the edge
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I think zooz just announced a 2-in-1 switch for fans and lights. Will se if I can find it....
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Raise your hand if you're still waiting for them to create a zwave fan control that also controls the lights in a single unit? Those are like the only non-zwave switches I have besides sensor based ones
This has been the biggest downside of home automation for me. There are some hacks and some good attempts by Bond and. Bond is the closest but the lack of light state is infuriating especially for Alexa control. Bond's answer was for everyone at home to use the app and never touch a light switch or remote. That is not going to happen at our house even though everyone loves their smartphone and smarthome wizardry.

We don't have an attic so shoving two controllers into the canopy does not work well.
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Raise your hand if you're still waiting for them to create a zwave fan control that also controls the lights in a single unit? Those are like the only non-zwave switches I have besides sensor based ones
Zooz is unveiling theirs this week
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There is a 30% off coupon as well. It brought my order to right under $30 with tax. Bham I just bought one
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