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Costco Members: Honeywell Z-Wave Smart Light Switch, 2-pack, $49.99 including shipping

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First post, please be gentle. I couldn't find this posted anywhere.

This 2-pack of Honeywell Z-wave switches seems like a good deal. They are also made by Jasco and are supposed to be identical to the GE (Jasco) switches.
https://www.costco.com/honeywell-...79237.html

There is a bundle of a smart switch and an add-on switch (for the other location in 2-way, 3-way, etc applications) for $43.99.
https://www.costco.com/honeywell-...79322.html

Also smart switch and smart fan control for $59.99.
https://www.costco.com/honeywell-...79280.html
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Solid deal. The GE branded equivalent are about $30 each on sale, and very reliable (depending on product generation)... But I have a preference for dimmers.
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How do these compare to the Honeywell Ultrapro Z-Wave switches?


Honeywell UltraPro Z-Wave Plus Smart Light Switch, In-Wall White & Almond Paddles | Built-In Repeater Range Extender | ZWave Hub Required - Alexa and Google Assistant Compatible, 39348 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07B3LY...PEb9QM1F6S
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no dimmer and 3 way?
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Need this on amazon so we can stack with amex discount
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I am surprised there are no dimmer options.

Oh well, with or without dimmers I would still take the Zooz switch or dimmers when they are on sale for $24 each because they have scene functionality, double/triple taps functionality, and allows you to use your existing old slave switches in 3 way and 4 way setups without needing to rewiring them.
I love being able to double tap to turn on or off all of the lights in one room, etc.

Inovelli now has same feature set or maybe even more, but I have never seen them under $25 before, usually $30 or more.
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Quote from MaroonTank206
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How do these compare to the Honeywell Ultrapro Z-Wave switches?


Honeywell UltraPro Z-Wave Plus Smart Light Switch, In-Wall White & Almond Paddles | Built-In Repeater Range Extender | ZWave Hub Required - Alexa and Google Assistant Compatible, 39348 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07B3LY...PEb9QM1F6S [amazon.com]
Hi MaroonTank-

As far as I can tell they are the same model. The Costco part number is 47677 for the bundle. If you zoom in to the picture you can make out ZW4005 in the top left which is the same as what you linked.
-Mike
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Are these the same as the GE/Jasco?
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Can someone explain why I should pay more for these than the TP-Link HS220? Not trying to troll. Generally curious since the TP-Link also has dimmer functionality.
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Can they dim via z wave hub? What commands do they have?
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Can they dim via z wave hub? What commands do they have?
no, these are plain switches - not dimmers
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Starting May 1 there is an extra $5 off. Saw it in the Home Savings Event mailer
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I am new to Z Wave and my Ring Alarm system. Didn't know it was a Z Wave hub itself.

So I can have these switched connected to my Ring Alarm base and co trip the lights via Alexa via voice or through the Ring app?
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Can someone explain why I should pay more for these than the TP-Link HS220? Not trying to troll. Generally curious since the TP-Link also has dimmer functionality.
TP Link is a WiFi switch, this is a Z-wave switch. Completely different technologies.
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I am surprised there are no dimmer options.

Oh well, with or without dimmers I would still take the Zooz switch or dimmers when they are on sale for $24 each because they have scene functionality, double/triple taps functionality, and allows you to use your existing old slave switches in 3 way and 4 way setups without needing to rewiring them.
I love being able to double tap to turn on or off all of the lights in one room, etc.

Inovelli now has same feature set or maybe even more, but I have never seen them under $25 before, usually $30 or more.
Just a FYI: You can get some double tap functionality from most of the GE switches
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