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Lutron Caseta Wireless Smart Lighting Dimmer Switch Starter Kit, P-BDG-PKG1W-A $69.91 FS W/Prime

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Looks like the coupon is available for me. Noob question here - I've never used Caseta before, but after hearing about it a few times, am thinking about getting started with it. Is this a good price (with coupon) for entry - one switch, one remote, and one hub (I don't have a hub)?
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Looks like the coupon is available for me. Noob question here - I've never used Caseta before, but after hearing about it a few times, am thinking about getting started with it. Is this a good price (with coupon) for entry - one switch, one remote, and one hub (I don't have a hub)?
I would say it is a decent price. The bigger starter kit(hub+2 switches+2 remotes) regularly goes on sale for $120 every where. Switches run about $45-$50 by themselves.

I stalked brickseek and never paid more than $35 for a switch(scored a few as low as $8). If you are diligent in monitoring B&M clearance, you can outfit your whole house over time for a low price.
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Looks like the coupon is available for me. Noob question here - I've never used Caseta before, but after hearing about it a few times, am thinking about getting started with it. Is this a good price (with coupon) for entry - one switch, one remote, and one hub (I don't have a hub)?
It's not the cheapest system to go with but it's been very reliable for me. Never had to reset or reconnect to my smartthings hub
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Looks like the coupon is available for me. Noob question here - I've never used Caseta before, but after hearing about it a few times, am thinking about getting started with it. Is this a good price (with coupon) for entry - one switch, one remote, and one hub (I don't have a hub)?
What's your end goal. How many switches.

Everything about this is a pro.

Except cost and yes closed system (but, very reliable and works without WiFi as well)
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What's your end goal. How many switches.

Everything about this is a pro.

Except cost and yes closed system (but, very reliable and works without WiFi as well)
I've started replacing a few switches with whatever is cheap at Amazon, but I've been running into a few switches with no neutral, and a few switches where I don't know what is going on with the wiring (I'm definitely no electrician, just bought my first house and starting to learn a few things), and would probably benefit from having a customer service who knows what they're taking about. My home has around 25-30 switches total, but there are some that I don't care if they are smart or not.
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I've started replacing a few switches with whatever is cheap at Amazon, but I've been running into a few switches with no neutral, and a few switches where I don't know what is going on with the wiring (I'm definitely no electrician, just bought my first house and starting to learn a few things), and would probably benefit from having a customer service who knows what they're taking about. My home has around 25-30 switches total, but there are some that I don't care if they are smart or not.
They have solution for non neutral on/off or a dimmer.

They have excellent guides on self installation.

You would need a volt meter/non contact voltage tester to identify the hot wire.
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