Broadlink RM Pro Wi-Fi Smart Home Automation Learning Universal Remote Control £23.01 @ Amazon (Sold by Exotic Life and Fulfilled by Amazon)
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Broadlink RM Pro Wi-Fi Smart Home Automation Learning Universal Remote Control £23.01 @ Amazon (Sold by Exotic Life and Fulfilled by Amazon)

£23.01£29.9923%Amazon Deals
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Found 17th Dec 2017
Smart Home Automation.

-Wi-Fi Universal Remote
-Create Scene
-Scheduling
-Auto Home / Auto Away (Not fit for IOS iPhone)
Compatible System: Android / IOS iPhone
Input Voltage: DC 5V
Input Current: 1 A
Infrared Frequency: 38K
Radio Frequency: 433 MHz
Wireless Type: WiFi 2.4GHz b/g/n
Power Adapter Type: UK

Lightning deal, grab then while you can.
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Not supported by amazon echo yet... unless you live in the U.S.A or set up an android bridge which needs a 3rd party app. Other than that its ok.
Doesn't look much like a remote control.
mymymy3 m ago

Doesn't look much like a remote control.


You use your phone as the remote. This is an ir and rf zapper, not a remote control.
I'm thick on Sundays lol
Just got one of these, hopefuly use it with alexa
hawkinsandy2 m ago

Just got one of these, hopefuly use it with alexa


Not compatible with Alexa
It is in usa, and there are workarounds.
Good find, thanks for posting.
be handy with a bunch of rf plugs, much cheaper than WiFi plugs
PAULTRD20 m ago

Not compatible with Alexa


Or google home. I returned mine.
hawkinsandy21 m ago

It is in usa, and there are workarounds.


I'll just move then... well worth the £23.01 to relocate...
PAULTRD3 m ago

I'll just move then... well worth the £23.01 to relocate...


ok
These are awful. Returned mine within 48hrs. Took me about 5 of them hours to get the thing to connect to my broadband. Even after doing the method of manually splitting my virgin media connection (superhub 3) to a 2ghz and 5ghz connection which was the only bit if consumer supplied advice I could find to get a connection, broadlink themselves haven't bothered to supply any assistance. I'd struggle to want to buy one of these again for £10
PAULTRD1 h, 28 m ago

Not supported by amazon echo yet... unless you live in the U.S.A or set up …Not supported by amazon echo yet... unless you live in the U.S.A or set up an android bridge which needs a 3rd party app. Other than that its ok.


Or you add a fake us address to your Amazon account.

Working flawlessly for me.

UK support arriving end of January
Google Home support arriving in January too
fr0d02 m ago

Or you add a fake us address to your Amazon account.Working flawlessly for …Or you add a fake us address to your Amazon account.Working flawlessly for me. UK support arriving end of JanuaryGoogle Home support arriving in January too


And my amazon prime and music unlimited would still work?
chantelle3107 m ago

These are awful. Returned mine within 48hrs. Took me about 5 of them hours …These are awful. Returned mine within 48hrs. Took me about 5 of them hours to get the thing to connect to my broadband. Even after doing the method of manually splitting my virgin media connection (superhub 3) to a 2ghz and 5ghz connection which was the only bit if consumer supplied advice I could find to get a connection, broadlink themselves haven't bothered to supply any assistance. I'd struggle to want to buy one of these again for £10


Well yes it only works on 2.4ghz. There is a faq with that information on.

There's a new Facebook support group now.

Mine worked out of the box. The an excellent UK guide to seeing this up with various devices by Paul Hibbert. Here's one of his latest:
PAULTRD2 m ago

And my amazon prime and music unlimited would still work?


No it wouldn't. Wait until the end of January for that.
fr0d02 m ago

No it wouldn't. Wait until the end of January for that.


Thought so... cheers
Lightening deal over 😯
fr0d021 m ago

Well yes it only works on 2.4ghz. There is a faq with that information on. …Well yes it only works on 2.4ghz. There is a faq with that information on. There's a new Facebook support group now.Mine worked out of the box. The an excellent UK guide to seeing this up with various devices by Paul Hibbert. Here's one of his latest:[Video]


Yeah I know, but getting it to connect to my 2ghz connection is what was the issue, tried from allover my house and it just weren't happening for me. Watch Paul's videos all the time, which is what made me buy one of these after not wanting to go down the road of buying the logitech harmony hub. Think the biggest issue for me was this has been a little bit over hyped for me. I'll still give the post heat for its price as it's the cheapest it can be bought.
Felt exactly the same to start with chantelle310. This remains the budget route to home automation, and the RM Pro is the only device that does what it does, and at such a cheap price point. Hopefully in the not too distant future it will be novice friendly to set up and get Alexa and Google Home to work with it.
Got one of these a while ago. If you're willing to put the time in then these are the cheapest way to create your smart home. I have an android box running the RM pro software necessary to use with Alexa but you could use any old android phone. Once you've got it set up then any RF device can be controlled by Alexa and any ir device in the line of sight. I've bought WiFi light switches to operate my lights rather than much more expensive hue lights, super cheap remote plug sockets from b & m ( £5 for 2!) For lamps and currently the Christmas tree lights and I've set up the TV, home cinema amp, garage door, lamps in the kids rooms and a bunch of other stuff to operate with Alexa. It's all working flawlessly and had been for months.
Not for everyone as it is a fiddle to set up but like I said, it's the cheapest way to a smart home.
Heat from me
I've had one of these for a while now and whilst natively they don't support alexa (at present in the UK at least) they can be easily used with an android app to do so. I use mine to control a variety of RF switches which are much cheaper than the WiFi ones, as well as my TV, stereo and even my blinds using a device I made myself! (See video below). I would recommend and this is a great price but admittedly is not for everyone as the device and app are a bit fiddly and were clearly designed primarily for the Chinese market.

3D printed Alexa compatible automatic blind controller
martman10004 h, 6 m ago

Got one of these a while ago. If you're willing to put the time in then …Got one of these a while ago. If you're willing to put the time in then these are the cheapest way to create your smart home. I have an android box running the RM pro software necessary to use with Alexa but you could use any old android phone. Once you've got it set up then any RF device can be controlled by Alexa and any ir device in the line of sight. I've bought WiFi light switches to operate my lights rather than much more expensive hue lights, super cheap remote plug sockets from b & m ( £5 for 2!) For lamps and currently the Christmas tree lights and I've set up the TV, home cinema amp, garage door, lamps in the kids rooms and a bunch of other stuff to operate with Alexa. It's all working flawlessly and had been for months. Not for everyone as it is a fiddle to set up but like I said, it's the cheapest way to a smart home. Heat from me


Yeah if you want to ask alexa to turn on tv to turn on a lamp
tinted4 h, 6 m ago

I've had one of these for a while now and whilst natively they don't …I've had one of these for a while now and whilst natively they don't support alexa (at present in the UK at least) they can be easily used with an android app to do so. I use mine to control a variety of RF switches which are much cheaper than the WiFi ones, as well as my TV, stereo and even my blinds using a device I made myself! (See video below). I would recommend and this is a great price but admittedly is not for everyone as the device and app are a bit fiddly and were clearly designed primarily for the Chinese market. 3D printed Alexa compatible automatic blind controller


Was a great price. Went up to 29.99 a few hours before your post. The expire seems to take ages these days.
chantelle31021 h, 26 m ago

These are awful. Returned mine within 48hrs. Took me about 5 of them hours …These are awful. Returned mine within 48hrs. Took me about 5 of them hours to get the thing to connect to my broadband. Even after doing the method of manually splitting my virgin media connection (superhub 3) to a 2ghz and 5ghz connection which was the only bit if consumer supplied advice I could find to get a connection, broadlink themselves haven't bothered to supply any assistance. I'd struggle to want to buy one of these again for £10


Took u 5 of them hours ?
martman100016 h, 43 m ago

Got one of these a while ago. If you're willing to put the time in then …Got one of these a while ago. If you're willing to put the time in then these are the cheapest way to create your smart home. I have an android box running the RM pro software necessary to use with Alexa but you could use any old android phone. Once you've got it set up then any RF device can be controlled by Alexa and any ir device in the line of sight. I've bought WiFi light switches to operate my lights rather than much more expensive hue lights, super cheap remote plug sockets from b & m ( £5 for 2!) For lamps and currently the Christmas tree lights and I've set up the TV, home cinema amp, garage door, lamps in the kids rooms and a bunch of other stuff to operate with Alexa. It's all working flawlessly and had been for months. Not for everyone as it is a fiddle to set up but like I said, it's the cheapest way to a smart home. Heat from me


HI which light switches did you buy? Did they work with the classic Live and Switch Live wiring?
Thanks
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