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Just what I was looking for....thanks OP!
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BBB has them for the same price plus extra 2% cash back thru Rakuten:

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https://www.lowes.com/pd/Google-N...1001086434

Lowes too, goes nicely with the 15% off gift cards deal @ Dollar General.
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Do these have 3m tape on the back like the SmartThings multi-purpose sensors? If so, how easy would it be to move the sensor to another location after it's attached to the door frame?
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When this hit $20 like SmartThings, I will replace all of my sensor, until then, SmartThings are still the cheap ones
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When this hit $20 like SmartThings, I will replace all of my sensor, until then, SmartThings are still the cheap ones
Do the smartthings sensors work the nest systems??
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Do the smartthings sensors work the nest systems??
Unfortunately no, not for long shot I guess. I wanted all in one eco-system, but buying nest sensor is so expensive, it's not like buying something never goes wrong, this is electronic we are talking about. Anyway, my point is SmartThings won't allow nest thermostat connection(from 3rd party connect) anymore? And now they have their own secure system. Therefore I don't think google want to work with SmartThings, just like all we know for google and apple. But you can't deny the fact that SmartThings sensor is cheap, support a lot of 3rd party sensors too. I want to support google as I have google max/speakers/phone, but not their secure system, maybe in future, someday
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Unfortunately no, not for long shot I guess. I wanted all in one eco-system, but buying nest sensor is so expensive, it's not like buying something never goes wrong, this is electronic we are talking about. Anyway, my point is SmartThings won't allow nest thermostat connection(from 3rd party connect) anymore? And now they have their own secure system. Therefore I don't think google want to work with SmartThings, just like all we know for google and apple. But you can't deny the fact that SmartThings sensor is cheap, support a lot of 3rd party sensors too. I want to support google as I have google max/speakers/phone, but not their secure system, maybe in future, someday
I dont know too much about this. I have 10 windows and doors where I would need sensors that's a big investment with this sensors. Not sure if it's a good idea to do this by area since this also do motion as well. May be someone can speak to its quality in that sense for my knowledge and money
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I dont know too much about this. I have 10 windows and doors where I would need sensors that's a big investment with this sensors. Not sure if it's a good idea to do this by area since this also do motion as well. May be someone can speak to its quality in that sense for my knowledge and money
I used SmartThings sensor for two years, no problem so far, can't speak with nest. I guess there's no much different besides the size. But like I said. This will break someday,
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Can someone comment on this sensors and its functionality?? Do I need one for each exit point i.e. windows and doors or let's say if i had a few windows in a row I can just put it on the middle window or door. Would it be ok and hope the motion sensor part of the function from this sensor will cover that area.
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I used SmartThings sensor for two years, no problem so far, can't speak with nest. I guess there's no much different besides the size. But like I said. This will break someday,
I've used smartthings sensors for a couple years as well. In my experience they're hit or miss with their quality, but the awesome thing that makes it worth it (outside the price) is that you can actually automate a lot of cool functionality. Unfortunately, being that Nest is a closed ecosystem, I really can't do that with all my other stuff. That's what holds me back from spending a lot of money just for sensors. They may be better than others but I don't see the benefit in buying something more expensive just to work with only a limited number of products.

With my smartthings motion sensor I have it look at the time, whether there was motion, and the temperature in the room. If there's motion and it's a certain time my floor lamp (via hue), display cases (via kasa), and the ceiling fan will all turn on.

I really wish Nest would open their API to allow for this level of automation via SmartThings or other hubs.
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Thanks, was waiting for this to drop so I could grab a couple more that I needed.
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Just a heads up, you do NOT need this on every location. The unit has a make or break(open/close door or window) AND motion detector built in.This link from google will show a diagram of it's range and explain your options if you have pets.Just scroll to page 7,8,and 9. BTW it seems everyone is selling it for this price. https://nest.com/support/images/s...Detect.pdf
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