Aqara Window Door Sensor £3.31 with code AQARDSUK @ Gearbest
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Aqara Window Door Sensor £3.31 with code AQARDSUK @ Gearbest

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Found 16th Jan
Aqara Window Door Sensor £3.31 with code AQARDSUK
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Great price. Will probably never be beaten. Grab a handful now for your Smartthings and Xiaomi hubs.

edit: you'll need to make separate orders, one item per code use.
Edited by: "mcek" 16th Jan
Brilliant bit of kit. Great deal.

If it wasn't such a hassle recreating new Gearbest accounts I'd buy one of these for every window/door in the house. For this price why wouldn't you?
I bought 2 of these previously. They are absolutely tiny and pretty good. Range isn't fantastic but fits my purposes.

How do you find these types of codes? I really want more Temperature sensors and Wireless switches.
good price, but only valid on single sensor per account. voted hot
Oneday7742 m ago

I bought 2 of these previously. They are absolutely tiny and pretty good. …I bought 2 of these previously. They are absolutely tiny and pretty good. Range isn't fantastic but fits my purposes.How do you find these types of codes? I really want more Temperature sensors and Wireless switches.


They work better and look better than original SmartThings sensors which are huge and bulky and not as sensitive as xiaomi
These need the gateway right or can they be used alone?
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jinjur25 m ago

These need the gateway right or can they be used alone?J


they need the gateway
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Oneday771 h, 27 m ago

I bought 2 of these previously. They are absolutely tiny and pretty good. …I bought 2 of these previously. They are absolutely tiny and pretty good. Range isn't fantastic but fits my purposes.How do you find these types of codes? I really want more Temperature sensors and Wireless switches.


I found the code by a google search was actually looking for a code for the smart switch but couldn't resist at this price
mcek1 h, 44 m ago

Great price. Will probably never be beaten. Grab a handful now for your …Great price. Will probably never be beaten. Grab a handful now for your Smartthings and Xiaomi hubs.edit: you'll need to make separate orders, one item per code use.


Any recommendations on which hubs to get ? - I can't seem to find Xiaomi ones thanks
I've read you can use these with SmartThings hub without the gateway. I have ordered one! thx OP
Ordered two and haven't even got the gateway yet... I'll wait for a decent deal on that next.
45ure16 m ago

Any recommendations on which hubs to get ? - I can't seem to find Xiaomi …Any recommendations on which hubs to get ? - I can't seem to find Xiaomi ones thanks


If you want to stick with xiaomi, use the china server or unlock to use in a local network mode with eg raspberry pi and home assistant, here is the hub from gearbest
gearbest.com/liv…tml

If you want to use zigbee and zwave sensors, future bluetooth, get a warranty, currys have the Samsung Smartthings hub for £60.
Edited by: "mcek" 16th Jan
mcek4 m ago

If you want to stick with xiaomi, use the china server or unlock to use in …If you want to stick with xiaomi, use the china server or unlock to use in a local network mode with eg raspberry pi and home assistant, here is the hub from gearbesthttps://www.gearbest.com/living-appliances/pp_344667.htmlIf you want to use zigbee and zwave sensors, future bluetooth, get a warranty, currys have the Samsung Smartthings hub for £60.


thanks - unfortuanely the link doesnt work for me get a 404, but reading between the lines looks like you're saying the samsung hub is more flexible anyway ? - nothing to choose between them in functioanlity ? - both integrate with Google home/IFTTT ?
45ure3 m ago

thanks - unfortuanely the link doesnt work for me get a 404, but reading …thanks - unfortuanely the link doesnt work for me get a 404, but reading between the lines looks like you're saying the samsung hub is more flexible anyway ? - nothing to choose between them in functioanlity ? - both integrate with Google home/IFTTT ?


I corrected the link. But yes, i think the samsung is best to get for warranty and flexibility, just don't waste cash on samsung sensors but get xiaomi and the zwave devices from ebay/foniacs (see previous posts)

Xiaomi hub doesn't play well with others because it's china mainland focused.
Edited by: "mcek" 16th Jan
mcek2 m ago

I corrected the link. But yes, i think the samsung is best to get for …I corrected the link. But yes, i think the samsung is best to get for warranty and flexibility, just don't waste cash on samsung sensors but get xiaomi and the zwave devices from ebay/foniacs (see previous posts)Xiaomi hub doesn't play well with others because it's china mainland focused.


cheers - appreciate the help
Thanks OP
robinh1121 h, 0 m ago

they need the gateway


Thanks for confirming. Bought anyway. LOL.

Eyes open for a cheap gateway now
Bought a load of these on the last £4 price drop, was a right bargain then too, so this is toasty. I've found they work well with SmartThings once the correct 3rd party device handler has been added via the IDE interface. Minor faff first time (rather easy tbf) and then additional ones get recognised straight away. Loving this Xiaomi Aqara gear at this price and is much better looking and smaller than the Samsung devices. Heat added and will probably buy a few more too !
Oneday772 h, 46 m ago

I bought 2 of these previously. They are absolutely tiny and pretty good. …I bought 2 of these previously. They are absolutely tiny and pretty good. Range isn't fantastic but fits my purposes.How do you find these types of codes? I really want more Temperature sensors and Wireless switches.


I've asked about these codes in the past, I never got an answer. Surely the more people looking/checking for them is better for everyone?
Only issue is you need to pay postage when just ordering one so you don't save much once that is added on?
eonise1 h, 23 m ago

I've asked about these codes in the past, I never got an answer. Surely …I've asked about these codes in the past, I never got an answer. Surely the more people looking/checking for them is better for everyone?


In the case of this deal I posted: hotukdeals.com/dea…882
I looked back at a similar deal on hotukdeals and used the same code at I was either still live or had become live again. Always worth a try.
mcek4 h, 31 m ago

Great price. Will probably never be beaten. Grab a handful now for your …Great price. Will probably never be beaten. Grab a handful now for your Smartthings and Xiaomi hubs.edit: you'll need to make separate orders, one item per code use.


Can't make seperate orders with this code, one per person it seems?
jinjur2 h, 8 m ago

Thanks for confirming. Bought anyway. LOL.Eyes open for a cheap gateway …Thanks for confirming. Bought anyway. LOL.Eyes open for a cheap gateway now


£16.55 for a Xiaomi gateway at Gearbest now also need a code.
There is a post on Hukd with the code just now.
Edited by: "1616french" 16th Jan
Thanks OP. Ordered 4! Great price.
So I'll ask the question as the website isn't that clear. How do these work?
Nice. Ordered for my Smartthings. Thanks
Hedg1211 h, 49 m ago

Only issue is you need to pay postage when just ordering one so you don't …Only issue is you need to pay postage when just ordering one so you don't save much once that is added on?


Nope, select checkout and correct the pre-selected shipping option to free
eonise13 h, 42 m ago

I've asked about these codes in the past, I never got an answer. Surely …I've asked about these codes in the past, I never got an answer. Surely the more people looking/checking for them is better for everyone?


Only way I've ever been able to find the codes is by Googling. Even then most of the codes turned up are expired or country specific.
Best price ever seen! thanks!
Expired for me
Yep, expired
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