Editors’ Choice: Lutron’s light switches are a smart home standout

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Lutron Caseta in-wall dimmer switches are the best performing, most feature-rich smart switches you can buy, and they work with just about everything — including Apple HomeKit and Amazon’s Alexa.

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Comments

Ralph L. Baer says:

The Pico costs about a dollar to produce, I used to work at Lutron, it’s like a cult.

the Creative Assembly machinimas says:

third

Freeda Birda says:

The most arrogant management of any company. My friend applied and they wanted his gpa from years ago. So many ppl I know started doing well not out of college but after work experience

REGNARTS00 says:

Compatibility is huge strong point for lutron? Where the hell is smartthing integration then?

First Happiness says:

fourth

Toriless says:

Make sure you buy the PRO version of the bridge if you want full integration. The other version will not work with Alexa, etc.

The Tech nerd says:

Second

Eric L says:

This looks like a completely useless product to me. A bunch of features and connectivity options I would never use. All I want out of a light switch is on/off

Bertram Inc. says:

Another big white brick… fail.

ilich X says:

Can I turn On a ceiling fan with a light bulb attached to it. like the one in the video?

Lachlant1984 says:

How well do these switches work with LED bulbs? I’ve heard that a lot of LED bulbs don’t work so well on dimmer switches because they draw far less current than regular bulbs do and sometimes they flicker or don’t dim down properly.

SS S says:

I’m just starting with smart home integration, i have a Hue starter kit. Is it better to look at smart switches or just use smart bulbs?

Rixter says:

What ever happened to actually using your fingers to turn off the lights?

Erik Rognerud says:

Are there any 3 way switches I can use with Alexa?

TheGreenday240 says:

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benji richter says:

try plum lightpads

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