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YMMV GE Zigbee In-Wall Wireless Smart Lighting Control Light Dimmer $10, Light Switch $9 at Lowes

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Lowes has GE Zigbee In-Wall Wireless Smart Lighting Control light dimmer for $10 and the light switch for $9. I was able to pickup a few at two different locations for that price. Other stores around me had it higher so YMMV.

Dimmer:
GE ZigBee 15-Amp 3-Way/4-Way White Rocker Residential/Commercial Light Switch

https://www.lowes.com/pd/GE-ZigBe...1000097960

Switch:
GE ZigBee 15/20-Amp 3-Way/4-Way White Rocker Residential/Commercial Light Switch

https://www.lowes.com/pd/GE-ZigBe...1000097962

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https://brickseek.com/lowes-inven...1000097960

Switch:
https://brickseek.com/lowes-inven...1000097962
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They had 3 @ $10 in the Rincon, GA store, but they're gone now.... Crying

CAUSE I BOUGHT THEM! REP!!

WOOP!WOOP! Applause LMAOlaugh out loud
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Quote from sleepybubba
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wonder why Z-wave/Zigbee is more expensive then WiFi switches
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does not saturate wifi spectrum. uses less energy/generates less heat.
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Zwave better for home
I don't know that being "better" or generates less heat effects the price that much. Lots of people buy cloud-dependent hubs to operate their zigbee/zwave devices.

It's more just market willing to pay certain prices.

Sure, wifi chips are slightly cheaper than z-wave chips. But mostly, Zwave/Zigbee devices have a price history back when wireless automation equipment was more expensive, and target people who put $ into automation infrastructure. Wifi devices have access to cheaper chips, and could possibly use your dependence on company's app and cloud integration to further monetize their product, so are more willing to sell it for cheaper. Wifi attracts the "no hub" crowd, which may be just too price sensitive for higher cost equipment.

It's not really because one technology being better/cheaper. It's just that people are willing to pay it.
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How is that? Z-wave requires it's own hub, like Samsung while you can program wi-fi switches using your phone
Or Nvidia shield, Fire Tv, or android box.
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None in Tucson; insane deal though, repped.
None in AZ
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I got a stock to price another local Lowe's store price. Picked up 4 new switches.
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I managed to order 5 Z-wave switches for pickup ~30min drive from me. Hopefully my order stays put until I can get to that store. I've had the issues before when I drove to the store 1 hour away only to learn that someone already picked up my order.
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order cancelled.
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it's showing $24.99 or $32 something now. is there a code?
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How out curiosity, what location? I just placed the same order for the same price. Hope it's not the same location. Smilie
Oceanside CA
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Brickseek showed 3 in stock in my local store. That same night, it changed to zero in stock. I looked first thing the next morning and there were 4 hanging right there on the shelf. It may be worth double checking your store for yourself just to be sure
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LOL. There is a reason it's on clearance..... It blows arse! Use WI-FI switches. Get with the times gang. 😂😂😂🤣😂🤣😂😂
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Zwave and Zigbee use licensed software and are UL approved. The protocols include a router in the switch and behave like a mess.

The TCP/IP all use an ESP32 or ESP8266 processor and free software. Each switch has to communicate with your home router and servers on the Internet. The cheep switches have their servers in China. If you are DYIer, you can flash the TCP/IP switches to communicate with Home Assistant software running on a Raspberry Pi. I have all three running in my home and zwave and zigbee switches respond faster and more reliably from my Android phone or Ipad. I have AT&T fiber to my home, which may explain why I have small but noticeable drops/delays with the Internet. BTW, I have integrated the devices with Alexa and now almost always control them with my voice.
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