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I really like mine. Another cool feature is the plate sticks to the wall, but the actual switch remote is magnetic, so you can take it off the wall and have it next to you if you need to.
Not only that, but if you're into the HomeKit ecosystem, you can use them within the Home app as 4 highly customisable buttons.
(e.g., a remote at the bedside that has: 1 trigger lock doors, 2 trigger goodnight scene, 3 trigger security scene etc.)
I have one in every room. My wife was not a fan of using her phone or voice control. So these made it basically like having a traditional switch. And I've come to love them and they are simply less hassle and quick to turn the lights on.

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I have Hue bulbs in most rooms but haven't looked at using the Hue switch because I always thought it was wired. Now I see it's battery powered and sticks to the wall anywhere. That's fantastic! Anyone using these? Have they helped make switching the lights on and off easier or more convenient?
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I have Hue bulbs in most rooms but haven't looked at using the Hue switch because I always thought it was wired. Now I see it's battery powered and sticks to the wall anywhere. That's fantastic! Anyone using these? Have they helped make switching the lights on and off easier or more convenient?
I have one in every room. My wife was not a fan of using her phone or voice control. So these made it basically like having a traditional switch. And I've come to love them and they are simply less hassle and quick to turn the lights on.
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I have Hue bulbs in most rooms but haven't looked at using the Hue switch because I always thought it was wired. Now I see it's battery powered and sticks to the wall anywhere. That's fantastic! Anyone using these? Have they helped make switching the lights on and off easier or more convenient?
I really like mine. Another cool feature is the plate sticks to the wall, but the actual switch remote is magnetic, so you can take it off the wall and have it next to you if you need to.
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We have several. None are on a wall. We have them on end tables, both nightstands in our master bedroom as well as the kids' nightstands.

These allow you to set several scenes and a default setting for when you first click On when the lights are off.
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I have Hue bulbs in most rooms but haven't looked at using the Hue switch because I always thought it was wired. Now I see it's battery powered and sticks to the wall anywhere. That's fantastic! Anyone using these? Have they helped make switching the lights on and off easier or more convenient?
Definitely helps, specifically with older people. Also in cases you don't want to speak to Alexa (being close to a sleeping baby). Or in rooms that tend to have higher traffic, in case a guest is over it provides an easy way to turn lights on/off.
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I have Hue bulbs in most rooms but haven't looked at using the Hue switch because I always thought it was wired. Now I see it's battery powered and sticks to the wall anywhere. That's fantastic! Anyone using these? Have they helped make switching the lights on and off easier or more convenient?
I like mine, especially when I dnt want to use voice control. The app is honestly better tho with the color array option but these are Good.
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I have Hue bulbs in most rooms but haven't looked at using the Hue switch because I always thought it was wired. Now I see it's battery powered and sticks to the wall anywhere. That's fantastic! Anyone using these? Have they helped make switching the lights on and off easier or more convenient?
Not only that, but if you're into the HomeKit ecosystem, you can use them within the Home app as 4 highly customisable buttons.
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I use voice assistant so haven't used switch much.. but if you do not want to use voice Assistant at night and disturb others, this is a great option. You can carry the switch around while the base can be fixed at one place..
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Great for if you want to change settings with a sleeping infant in the room. Or if your partner has a super heavy accent. Or if they don't speak English at all.

Lots of uses!

Also-Still on my original battery after 7 months, so I'm not too worried there.
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So you can mount the holder using either screws in the wall or just stick it to the wall using the adhesive backing?
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These switches are really helpful if you've got lots of hue lights. As said above, the advantage of these over regular switches
- scenes/favorites you press the top button to turn on your predetermined lights. Up to five presets/presses. Ex my hallway lights 1press nightlight mode, 2nd dim, 3rd bright
- there are two buttons in the middle to increase or decrease brightness, so it's essentially a dimmer switch
- bottom button is to to turn off the lights
- wall plate can be placed anywhere, wall or wherever. Included two sided tape
- the switch is essentially a remote that can be removed from the wall plate. And it has a strong magnet to keep it on the wall plate when necessary. Really convenient underrated feature of this. Ex, when I'm in the living room I turn the lights on at the wall, grab the remot and sit on the couch. Instead of Getting up, taking out phone to adjust lights or shouting at Alexa, hand held remote is easy.

definitely worth $20
or possibly better if you can find a target still clearing these out at $12.50
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I found these covers were handy last time I bought a dimmer. Lets you cover up the light switch to encourage people to use it.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07TCD96SG/
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