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Orbit 12 station Indoor/Outdoor Irrigation timer for $38.70. In store only… no shipping. Normally $129.
Lowe’s Of Louisville, CO.
1171 Dillon Rd
Louisville, CO 80027
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Orbit Orbit 12-Station Indoor/Outdoor
Irrigation Timer … $38.70

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Doesn’t work with SmartThings I believe.

$15 off Amazon Fire TV V2 with Voice ( $85 ) or Game remote ( $125 )


Thank you! Just bought mine 3 days ago from Best Buy, time to run and ask for price match…

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I jumped on another Fire TV. Still had my tax credit from HR Block so got another $20 off!

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Looks like today is the last day for cheap Iris contact and motion sensors from the 10001 Lowe’s location


$29.90 is the lowest I’ve seen in a while.


It’s just add-on auxiliary switch

I was back in the Waltham, MA Home Depot (Store #2674, ZIP 02451) and they have some of the older Cree 40W and 60W dimmable LEDs in the clearance section of the lighting department for $0.97.

The WD500Z1 listed at that link is the master switch, not the add-on.

The WD500T1 model is the auxiliary.


The price given isn’t the best price ever, but it’s definitely good. :sunglasses:


I am curious what people’s impression of this switch is. I only have a single Cooper RF9540 switch installed because it seems to be well regarded and one Amazon reviewer did an in depth comparison of four switches but liked the Cooper the best. Everything he said about the Cooper was true in my experience so I trust his judgement on the other switches. It seems like the only complaint is he could only dim to 70% level. Others complained that the switch is so big it is difficult to install next to another switch. It is tempting as this is half the price of the Cooper switches. I want two more switches to complete my downstairs control. Tough decision.

After installing a pair of GE Link Z-Wave dimmers (that use wiring terminals and have performed flawlessly) in my family room I decided to try cutting costs with a pair of WD500Z-1s for the front porch and entryway lights. In addition to being more difficult to fit into the box…mostly due to the use of pigtails and wire nuts rather than terminals…one of the switches never functioned, while the other (wired identically) worked fine for a couple of hours until it began to cause all 4 bulbs it was controlling to begin flickering at 100%. I pulled up the ST app and found that turning the light off and back on caused the dimmer to come back on at erratic settings ranging from ~30%-60%. I pulled the switch out and checked the wiring to make sure I didn’t have a connection that had come loose. I didn’t. Putting it back together and trying again gave the same results. It worked fine for a couple of hours and then resumed the flickering. I tried swapping out the LED bulbs for incandescents, but that made no difference. After 3 days of this the lights stopped coming on at all, even though the switch responds by turning off the indicator LED.

I believe I’ll be picking up some GE Link dimmers now.


Thanks! I will stick with Cooper myself since they seem to be working well for me although I have nothing to compare it to.

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Found these at my local HD - looks like TCP Connect bulbs are a pain in the ass and require a TCP branded gateway. But $10 makes them temping.

Also saw GE Link Bright White A19 bulbs for $13 and flood light and recess lights by GE Link for $14-16.

Been using a cpl for about 4 months with no issues. 5001 not the Aux.

which HD is that?

Memphis in Midtown.

Did you ever give this a try? Is there a device handler for ST?

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I did not (yet).