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Got the email this morning and have not seen it posted yet, marked some of the items I found really notable cause I been wanting to order. All items in the sale are Zwave +. All things I clicked on and ordered work with Hubitat for those who are wondering. Do your own research though if not unsure, but the website points out quickly if it does or does not work with a certain smart hub.

https://www.thesmartesthouse.com/...super-sale

$29 Zooz 4 in 1 sensor latest version, a great and highly reviewed sensor for motion, light, temperature, and humidity.

https://www.thesmartesthouse.com/...nsor-zse40

$26 Dome water leak sensor, use it with the auto shut off if you purchased it in the past to turn off main water supply to the house if a leak is detected.

https://www.thesmartesthouse.com/...nsor-dmws1

$25 Zooz Z-wave + RGBW LED Dimmer, turn any 4 channel led strip or dimmer into a zwave + product to include it into home automation.

https://www.thesmartesthouse.com/...led-strips

$40 Sensative invisible door and window sensor, 10 year battery life, battery not replaceable.
https://www.thesmartesthouse.com/...llers-pack
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Don't be. When I started with Smart Home Automation I gravitated towards "known" names like GE as well. What I've found is that Zooz has products and customer support second to none. I highly recommend them for your home automation needs. That sounds like an advertisement but I assure you that I have no affiliation with them other than being a happy owner of their products that I paid hard-earned money for along with examples from other brands over the years.
I have been using zooz switches for about 4 years now. All my light switches are zooz, had to use ge ones for the fans. The zooz ones are amazing. They work in 3way and 4way setups with only replacing 1 switch (so long as you have a neutral, aka white, wire) and are very reliable. I haven't had any issues with them. They are also EXTREMELY helpful if you have wiring problems. My brother is an electrician but I was embarrassed to call and ask about a light switch. Emailed smarthouse and they sent a wiring diagram specific to my setup and answered any questions I had. It was awesome. Can't recommend enough. Also, these are zwave+, so work with smartthings, hubitat, and many others (and also relay signal to act as repeaters, which is a bit of a necessity depending on distances).
Whos fault is it they are shipping to the wrong address.... take some accountability cause you caused the problem in the first place.

My order shipped out within 10 minutes of me placing it, what do you expect them to do if its already left the building? Nothing they can do if YOU provided incorrect shipping information and confirmed it multiple times before YOU submitted your order.

They even suggested your next steps if you didnt know to contact the post office.

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I got the Zooz Zen30 last time and i bought another, with shipping and you save around $5 over Amazon. They work great and amazing size, way smaller than TP Link and very functional.
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Great post op.

It appears it is a system that one would have to invest in, and I'm not sure I want to do that. (I currently use Leviton devices)

Very interesting for those looking for integration and not already invested in another.
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I have been using zooz switches for about 4 years now. All my light switches are zooz, had to use ge ones for the fans. The zooz ones are amazing. They work in 3way and 4way setups with only replacing 1 switch (so long as you have a neutral, aka white, wire) and are very reliable. I haven't had any issues with them. They are also EXTREMELY helpful if you have wiring problems. My brother is an electrician but I was embarrassed to call and ask about a light switch. Emailed smarthouse and they sent a wiring diagram specific to my setup and answered any questions I had. It was awesome. Can't recommend enough. Also, these are zwave+, so work with smartthings, hubitat, and many others (and also relay signal to act as repeaters, which is a bit of a necessity depending on distances).
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I've been looking for a sensor solution for my fence gates, they're fairly close to the house. The description says it will stand up to rain. Has anybody here tried this?
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Anybody have experience with led strip controller? I am trying to get into led strip lighting and would prefer something I can control via hubitat. I do ton of deals on those wifi led strips. Are these zwave one better? Wifi ones seems to have all kind of bells and whistles like dreamcolor, etc. All that possible with this?
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I've been looking for a sensor solution for my fence gates, they're fairly close to the house. The description says it will stand up to rain. Has anybody here tried this?
For a outdoor sensor you want this one

https://www.thesmartesthouse.com/...-usb-power

I have not used it, but you can youtube it and find a few actual peoples reviews on it. Overall it seems to be a very good sensor and it can stand up to the element. Only issue is if your zwave network will reach out to wherever you plan to mount it.
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Decent price, but I'm skeptical about the brand

Don't be. When I started with Smart Home Automation I gravitated towards "known" names like GE as well. What I've found is that Zooz has products and customer support second to none. I highly recommend them for your home automation needs. That sounds like an advertisement but I assure you that I have no affiliation with them other than being a happy owner of their products that I paid hard-earned money for along with examples from other brands over the years.
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Don't be. When I started with Smart Home Automation I gravitated towards "known" names like GE as well. What I've found is that Zooz has products and customer support second to none. I highly recommend them for your home automation needs. That sounds like an advertisement but I assure you that I have no affiliation with them other than being a happy owner of their products that I paid hard-earned money for along with examples from other brands over the years.
I just ordered some replacements for the terrible unreliable GE switches I currently have.
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I just ordered some replacements for the terrible unreliable GE switches I currently have.
I've had multiple GE 3-position switches made for ceiling fans (Low/Med/High) fail on me months outside of the warranty. Not one Zooz switch I've deployed has failed and the times I've needed Zooz customer support (usually due to my mistakes) they've been great. You see any reps from GE creating Slickdeals user accounts to address us directly? Didn't think so. Hi Agnes! lulz

I'm just patiently waiting for Zooz to come out with a 3-position Z-Wave switch so I can circular file all of my GE switches as those are the lone GE holdouts in my current array.
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I've been looking for a sensor solution for my fence gates, they're fairly close to the house. The description says it will stand up to rain. Has anybody here tried this?
I use http://amazon.com/dp/B01N5HB4U5 in a waterproof project box connected to http://amazon.com/dp/B005DJLILI. Not the most elegant solution but it works. With my fence layout I'd probably use the outdoor motion sensor if I was doing it all over again.
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Can Zen26 be used to turn on a fireplace currently activated by a light switch?
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Can Zen26 be used to turn on a fireplace currently activated by a light switch?
If its one of those electric fireplaces that uses a standard power outlet can use something like this with a smart home hub to automate it, if you want an easy way to do it. If its gas than what Agnes suggested above.

https://www.thesmartesthouse.com/...nces-zen15
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