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For the few people like me that do not yet have the hub. The Lutron Caseta Smart Start Kit is currently $99.95 but was showing 30% off for me so I jumped on that deal instead.

This kit includes (1) Smart Bridge (1) Caseta In-Wall Dimmer (1) Pico Remote Control and (1) Pico Wall plate Bracket.

https://www.amazon.com/Lutron-Wir...B07G5V6M6G

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I guess fine for you.

For most stay away from non Lutron for switches.

They don't have dependency on 2.4 or 5.0 GHz and won't slow your network.

Lutron is an a league of Its own. Super reliable. Can have up to 75 devices I believe and multiple homes as well.

Has HomeKit functionality too which others may not.

Dimmers won't require a neutral.

Those are sort of the highlights.
I understand the hub aversion to some extent, but in my experience Lutron is in a league of its own when it comes to smart home functionality, reliability and customer service. The hub is really a non-issue in light (no pun intended) of all that. And if you plan on using several Lutron switches/plugs, it's an advantage, as their RF devices don't end up cluttering your 2.4GHz network.
Why did their WiFi dependency not be a deal breaker ??

But a bridge which provides positive functionality a deal breaker ?

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Coupon details says "Save 15% on your Smart Home purchase"

I'm not sure what else the coupon works on, but it does work on the Lutron smart plug that I wanted to order, so thank you Smilie
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I have two rooms without the neutral wire. I would buy this but it requires to have a hub in order to communicate with Alexa which is a deal breaker. I have a few Leviton and TP-link switches that can work with Alexa without requiring a hub
Why did their WiFi dependency not be a deal breaker ??

But a bridge which provides positive functionality a deal breaker ?
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And of course I ordered the hub combo from Amazon yesterday.
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I have two rooms without the neutral wire. I would buy this but it requires to have a hub in order to communicate with Alexa which is a deal breaker. I have a few Leviton and TP-link switches that can work with Alexa without requiring a hub
I understand the hub aversion to some extent, but in my experience Lutron is in a league of its own when it comes to smart home functionality, reliability and customer service. The hub is really a non-issue in light (no pun intended) of all that. And if you plan on using several Lutron switches/plugs, it's an advantage, as their RF devices don't end up cluttering your 2.4GHz network.
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I have two rooms without the neutral wire. I would buy this but it requires to have a hub in order to communicate with Alexa which is a deal breaker. I have a few Leviton and TP-link switches that can work with Alexa without requiring a hub
Likewise, I need to buy the hub, and am waiting on a deal on the starter kit that includes 2 dimmer switches and remotes and the hub. I'm ok with introducing a new hub to the mix for all the upsides of these switches.
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Coupon details says "Save 15% on your Smart Home purchase"

I'm not sure what else the coupon works on, but it does work on the Lutron smart plug that I wanted to order, so thank you https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
Got a link to the smart plug?
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Got a link to the smart plug?
Coupon shows up on both options, with or without pico:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00JJY1QG0/
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I understand the hub aversion to some extent, but in my experience Lutron is in a league of its own when it comes to smart home functionality, reliability and customer service. The hub is really a non-issue in light (no pun intended) of all that. And if you plan on using several Lutron switches/plugs, it's an advantage, as their RF devices don't end up cluttering your 2.4GHz network.
So agree. I don't need more devices on my network. Working from home and home schooling had over 50 devices on my network,yikes
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I would buy this but it requires to have a hub in order to communicate with Alexa which is a deal breaker.
The hub is worth it. No longer reliant on every switch maintaining a Wi-Fi connection, Lutron's 433MHz signal works every single time. I moved my whole house to Lutron Caséta in 2017 and no regrets whatsoever. I did have to change out some bulbs, but that's just due to the lack of an LED dimming standard.
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Because I have to buy an extra piece of device and find an outlet and place for it?
I guess fine for you.

For most stay away from non Lutron for switches.

They don't have dependency on 2.4 or 5.0 GHz and won't slow your network.

Lutron is an a league of Its own. Super reliable. Can have up to 75 devices I believe and multiple homes as well.

Has HomeKit functionality too which others may not.

Dimmers won't require a neutral.

Those are sort of the highlights.
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