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Quote: Originally Posted by TechProd1gy Like the concept here. I would prefer a main control panel where they would allow multiples of (upstairs and downstairs) and then a reduced version that replaces light switches room by room. I have severa…
@Maestro64 Glad we're on your watch list! The unit is built to accommodate single or double-gang switch housings (single and double switches).
@paxman Thanks for your comments! The NuBryte absolutely allows you to turn on and off your lights in a simple, foolproof manner just as you always have but now on a touchscreen console. But in addition to that very basic function, it transforms …
Quote: Originally Posted by pmz I don't really get what it does. Its a wall panel as opposed to an iPhone App? And like someone else mentioned, smart lights are great, but when it comes to the optional wall control, it needs to be quick and…
Quote: Originally Posted by paxman It's kinda bullshit, actually. Turning lights on and off manually is very easy, precise and fool proof. The potentials savings using 'specialized algorithms to recorded user behavior and data gathered by onboa…
Quote: Originally Posted by Maestro64 I like the idea, but it is a failure, here is why. It is made to replace a single light switch modal, in my house and many up scale house very few rooms have a single wall switch, most are dual or triples…
Quote: Originally Posted by Nick29 How many swipes and presses to turn on a light, more than one? What if you're in a room and you don't have your iPhone or the console near you? This seems like another way to complicate people's lives and sepa…