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Plum WiFi Lightpad Dimmer

4.23 out of 5 based on 13 customer ratings
(13 customer reviews)

$99.00$1,879.00

The Plum Lightpad Wi-Fi Dimmer is the most advanced Wi-Fi lighting control product ever designed. Plum Lightpads are designed to work together and each Lightpad on your network can communicate directly with all the other lightpads in your house. You can control a single light, a roomful of lights, or all the lights in your house from any Lightpad.

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Product Description

iPhone 4S or higher, or any iPad or iPod Touch with Bluetooth is required to provision the Plum Lightpad.  Android App available in alpha.  Contact [email protected] for details.

13 reviews for Plum WiFi Lightpad Dimmer

  1. 5 out of 5

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    I originally funded this project on Kickstarter years ago and was lucky enough to be part of the beta program. From original to testing there hasn't been dramatic changes but honestly it didn't need it. They added the features that were promised and continue to improve upon the product. Once Amazon echo compatibility is available this will be the only light switch in my house.
  2. 5 out of 5

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    Fantastic product - works great! We are using them at our cottage on a remote island - it is really nice to arrive with the lights on!! Thank you - Steve
  3. 4 out of 5

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    I backed Plum on Kickstarter, and I'm glad I did. The product is great- it's beautiful and easy to use. I would give it 5 stars but they haven't published their API yet, so I can't integrate it with the rest of my home automation yet.
  4. 4 out of 5

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    I've heard about Plum on Stacy's IoT podcast. Just had it installed and I like it so far. More importantly, it passed wife test and kids test. Still waiting to see if it will pass grandma test. Installing Philips Hue and asking my wife, and me, to use an app to turn it on and off was just not working. Now if I can connect Hue with Plum? Although, I had to use my wife iPhone to set it up. Kind of shocking to come out with a product without both iOS and Android support. I would love to connect to other IoT devices. As soon more features are released. I think there are so many possibilities. Ex. I would love to automate light changes in my men cave when I turn the projector on. Turn the light on when I go to the bathroom or motion in the hallway. So many possibilities running through my mind. Just have to be patient.
  5. 5 out of 5

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    Great product and really Great service. Needs additional product options (such as outlet controllers) and Android support (so I had to buy an iPad!) My 20 switches play nicely together.
  6. 1 out of 5

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    Plum promised API integration and an Android app. It's been a year since we last had an update and nothing that was promised has been delivered. I work in android development, it shouldn't take a year to ship a simple app!
  7. 5 out of 5

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    Wow what a great product! I am a smart home proffesional, started a number of successful companies in the connected home space. This lighting is simply the best wireless DiY I have experienced. I jumped right in with a three way ( most difficult configuration) and it was simple and easy. I did have to call tech support as I didn"t get the obvious point that the two switches need to be configured as one in the 3 way configuration.
  8. 5 out of 5

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    I purchased a three-pack back in the kickstarter days from Ube, and I waited about 2 years to get them. Got them this week and it was really worth the wait. The packaging is really first-class. The switches installed very easily and worked on the first try. I am highly anticipating the Android app and am also hoping for a non-cloud control option for more technical users. I'll replace most of my switches once those come out!
  9. 5 out of 5

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    Own 10 of these. I echo the above comments. Solid construction and feel.
  10. 5 out of 5

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    Awesome. I own 6 light pads. Very reliable. All wifi works great. No issues. I wish plum would come out with a light switch for a plug too. Would expand their product portfolio and one less app to get. I want more switches. A little on the pricer side. Plus I need an electrician to set it up. So it can cost me an equivalent of $30 extra with labor. But it's a quality product and all my friends are in awe with it.
  11. 5 out of 5

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    I've been slowly adding more and more lightpads to my home. They work great and now that there is native control through Alexa I have an easy way to quickly dimm the lights when my hands are full. These are expensive but they're high quality. And because they're wifi I don't have to wait for any special protocols or whatever which cause long delays. The other cool thing about Plum lightpads is that each one has a motion sensor in them. So eventually when Plum releases their API, in theory you could use the motion sensor backlight to trigger other home automation activities.
  12. 5 out of 5

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    DESIGN I’m very impressed with a thoughtful, user oriented design that shows a great conceptual thinking. Relatively complex tasks such as initial setup, adding new device, room and scene have been simplified/automated to the max. Being a perfectionist I found this product as “exactly what I was looking for”: excellent hardware base and smart software with a great potential for seamless addition of new features through automatic updates via Internet. As of the aesthetics, I like that grey triangle in bottom-right corner – a distinct and visually balanced trademark. The LED lit frame with a generous color choice option was a good idea, but its appearance seems a bit too much for me. I’d rather see something more subtle - a fine line. PHYSICAL BUILD I like the metal frame made of pressed aluminum making it rigid. The size, especially the depth, is significantly smaller than other products leaving more room for wires in the electric box. It can’t be overestimated as it was a real struggle to squeeze them when installing my old X10 switches. White plastic has a nice texture and I hope the selected plastic type will prevent fading over the time into yellowish color, as my old X10 switches did. PERFORMANCE Dimming, two finger gestures and motion sensor work very well. Surface sensors not always respond to my touch, so I have to touch it again to trigger the action. Adding control of brightness to LED lit frame was a nice enhancement. As someone suggested, synchronizing the frame lighting among Plum switches mounted in the same electric box would further enhance the effect. It could be extended to all switches in the room. Scenes, timer, and default dim settings work just perfectly. Auto synched clock with location adjustment takes away a big hassle I’ve experienced with my old, X10 system. Remote control by iPhone works as it should, however adding the two finger gesture option (like on the physical switch) would make it more consistent with the actual switch operation.
  13. 1 out of 5

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    No Android app. No integration with standard home controllers (this is its own system). Nice device, but very old school. Not going to use.
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      Android is now in beta. IFTTT is publishing this week. Google Home is publishing this month. Alexa is published.

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