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Inovelli Black series Zwave dimmer switch and 4-in-1 multi sensors $25

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Inovelli has the Black series Dimmer and the multisensor for $25 each. Free shipping over $60.

Not as slick as when the Red series were $25

Dimmer: https://inovelli.com/black-series...ch-z-wave/
Sensor: https://inovelli.com/4-in-1-sensor-z-wave/
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Looks like a nice product with good features compared to other Z-Waves.

Cheapest shipping (if you don't hit $60 minimum) is $8. Which kills it for me. Thanks anyway!
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I have that switch, and while it worked well outside of my electrical box while testing, it didn't when I closed it up. I half expected it since my boxes are metal and I've had very little success with zwave here. I ended up going with zigbee switches/outlets/sensors for everything instead
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Interesting sensor but it would need to be closer to $10 for me to bite, $25 is a flaming rip off for such basic tech. This stuff gets shilled here so much with Inovelli reps doing most of it, they should really hook up the SD community with an exclusive code that stacks with this sale.
Do you know of any other brand that offers cheaper than $25 with similar tech?
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Interesting sensor but it would need to be closer to $10 for me to bite, $25 is a flaming rip off for such basic tech. This stuff gets shilled here so much with Inovelli reps doing most of it, they should really hook up the SD community with an exclusive code that stacks with this sale.
When have you ever seen zwave dimmers for $10?? These are also some of the best zwave switches around. While not hot, $25 is the cheapest you'll find quality switches for if you need right now and can't wait for a better deal.
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Interesting sensor but it would need to be closer to $10 for me to bite, $25 is a flaming rip off for such basic tech. This stuff gets shilled here so much with Inovelli reps doing most of it, they should really hook up the SD community with an exclusive code that stacks with this sale.
What a lame comment....
Why don't they issue a code to send you 2 free sensors, and for your troubles give you $100 and an Happy Meal ?! Free shipping, of course.
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When have you ever seen zwave dimmers for $10?? These are also some of the best zwave switches around. While not hot, $25 is the cheapest you'll find quality switches for if you need right now and can't wait for a better deal.
I think they are referring to the 4 in 1 sensor for sale and not the Black Series Dimmer.
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I've bought plenty of Red Series dimmers. I need some on/off switches so I can connect them to my ceiling fans and non dimmable lights.
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I've bought plenty of Red Series dimmers. I need some on/off switches so I can connect them to my ceiling fans and non dimmable lights.
You can use these for on off too
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I have that switch, and while it worked well outside of my electrical box while testing, it didn't when I closed it up. I half expected it since my boxes are metal and I've had very little success with zwave here. I ended up going with zigbee switches/outlets/sensors for everything instead
Maybe dumb question but how are you testing outside of electrical box. Do you have like an extension cord cut that feeds to switch or something? I'm looking for ideas to test smart switches before instal
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Interesting sensor but it would need to be closer to $10 for me to bite, $25 is a flaming rip off for such basic tech. This stuff gets shilled here so much with Inovelli reps doing most of it, they should really hook up the SD community with an exclusive code that stacks with this sale.
... the only thing "flaming" is the ignorance your comment displays about your lack of knowledge on the subject. $25 is a very good price for a decent 4-in-1 zwave sensor. Even the Monoprice 4-in-1 sensor (which is not very good and i have too many of) best price ever is about $25 shipped.
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Maybe dumb question but how are you testing outside of electrical box. Do you have like an extension cord cut that feeds to switch or something? I'm looking for ideas to test smart switches before instal
The wires in my boxes are always just long enough to plug into these switches. You have to be very careful though with any exposed wires or screws in other switches
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The wires in my boxes are always just long enough to plug into these switches. You have to be very careful though with any exposed wires or screws in other switches
Ah ok...I thought you maybe had like a mock up setup where you had some sort of pigtail feeding switches and programming them before install. Trying to figure out a good set up to get about 8 tested and set up before install in the wall box.
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Ah ok...I thought you maybe had like a mock up setup where you had some sort of pigtail feeding switches and programming them before install. Trying to figure out a good set up to get about 8 tested and set up before install in the wall box.
That is..actually a pretty good idea 😋
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