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Smart WiFi Wall Switch
Smart WiFi Wall Switch
Smart WiFi Wall Switch
Smart WiFi Wall Switch
Smart WiFi Wall Switch
Smart WiFi Wall Switch
Smart WiFi Wall Switch

Smart WiFi Wall Switch

SKU - SWTCHWFW1
Regular price
$29.99 USD
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$19.95 USD
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BAZZ Smart Home's WiFi wall switch gives you the ability to control your lights remotely from wherever you are. Whether you're on the couch, or halfway around the world, this single-pole programmable wall switch will become an essential part of your smart home solution. Compatible with standard incandescent, halogen, fluorescent, LED, or WiFi lights, this smart switch needs no hub and is easy to install.

When paired with the BAZZ Smart Home app, you can control and monitor the energy consumption of your lights, schedule timers, or create scenes with other devices. While our smart switch needs no hub, you can use voice control through Amazon Alexa (Amazon Echo/Dot/Tap), or Google Assistant! This sleek-looking wall switch features a smart touch control button and will stay lit in the dark.

      Program Details:

      • Single pole programmable wall switch
      • Compatible with incandescent, halogen, fluorescent and LED WIFI light fixtures
      • Voltage: 120V, 600W
      • Controllable via the free BAZZ Smart Home app (App Store or Google Play)
      • Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant
      • Matte white color finish
      • Hardware included
      • Compliant with FCC standards

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      Trouble connecting

      The lights were easy to install, however getting them connected with Alex is proving to be very difficult. And the lights go off line in Alex a lot. In the Bazz app, the lights are hard to program and the scenes do not show up in Alexa. I would have picked a different light if I knew it was going to be like this. Better integration with Alexa and the app is needed.