Ismart Alarm Keypad Now on Amazon UK £39.34 @ Amazon
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Ismart Alarm Keypad Now on Amazon UK £39.34 @ Amazon

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Found 15th Mar
Finally the keypad is now on Amazon UK but states delivery in 1-2 months

Heads up for anyone with the ISmartalarm system and have been waiting for this.
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Original Poster
I know this isn't cheap but from reading forums i know alot of people in the UK have been waiting for this to be released in the UK so just letting you know its here (ish!)
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bitcoin544 s ago

Item actually working video [Video]


Thanks for this
alexhickman892 m ago

Thanks for this


One of the council housing consultant offices, down the road has this system and they paid $92 for their pad (( just asked them! )) so for someone looking or who has been waiting for the UK to catch up, this is a steal at £35!
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bitcoin52 m ago

One of the council housing consultant offices, down the road has this …One of the council housing consultant offices, down the road has this system and they paid $92 for their pad (( just asked them! )) so for someone looking or who has been waiting for the UK to catch up, this is a steal at £35!


Ohhhhhhhh! Yeah $92 is alot... maybe they couldnt wait!! Not sure how they got it though as i tried to order from the US site and it wouldnt ship to the UK....... i dont want to pay £40 though, most id pay is around £20... hopefully it drops over the coming months
Good system but wonder how much the contacts and PIR are
Wings181 h, 30 m ago

Good system but wonder how much the contacts and PIR are



Contact sensors are £26 on Amazon.

Argos have SmartThings sensors half price at the moment which I believe will work with this through IFTTT. Also worth noting PC World have a Smart Home promo on this weekends or ST kit.

Have ordered the Starter Pack and the keypad as I was looking for a ST alarm but can’t seem to find one


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dwrighty_hotuk11 h, 17 m ago

Contact sensors are £26 on Amazon.Argos have SmartThings sensors half …Contact sensors are £26 on Amazon.Argos have SmartThings sensors half price at the moment which I believe will work with this through IFTTT. Also worth noting PC World have a Smart Home promo on this weekends or ST kit.Have ordered the Starter Pack and the keypad as I was looking for a ST alarm but can’t seem to find one- D


so it's basically another closed system with a lot of expensive sensors?
thanks, I'd rather build my one using some good sensors, RPi and Home Assistant or similar.
alexhickman8912 h, 57 m ago

Ohhhhhhhh! Yeah $92 is alot... maybe they couldnt wait!! Not sure how they …Ohhhhhhhh! Yeah $92 is alot... maybe they couldnt wait!! Not sure how they got it though as i tried to order from the US site and it wouldnt ship to the UK....... i dont want to pay £40 though, most id pay is around £20... hopefully it drops over the coming months


Same way all the "forward purchasers" in the councils hidden buying team can get GPU's for jack, when the whole world has to pay through the nose for them!!!! They have a USFA for correlation buys she said, so buy it there, shipped to one of their clients places, chucked in a big box of other waste of money toot, then shipped over by air from JFK holding, think it was $92 all in, so assume that includes taxes, shipping & stuff.

From how much everyone else is paying for the system and accessories, the £40 seems like a very good price considering we are in ROB ((rip off britain))
AhmadK8 m ago

so it's basically another closed system with a lot of expensive …so it's basically another closed system with a lot of expensive sensors?thanks, I'd rather build my one using some good sensors, RPi and Home Assistant or similar.



This.... Get past the keypad (component) price and factor in the cost of everything you need to get a full working system. When you work it out, it's no cheaper or better than other systems available.
I'm looking at the basic iSmart, and then using Samsung smarthome sensors via ifttt.
My understanding is that I will still need a smarthome hub to use the smarthome sensors?
AhmadK7 h, 10 m ago

so it's basically another closed system with a lot of expensive …so it's basically another closed system with a lot of expensive sensors?thanks, I'd rather build my one using some good sensors, RPi and Home Assistant or similar.


What setup would you recommend for RPi and Alexa?
Sharpharp8 h, 14 m ago

This.... Get past the keypad (component) price and factor in the cost of …This.... Get past the keypad (component) price and factor in the cost of everything you need to get a full working system. When you work it out, it's no cheaper or better than other systems available.


Even if it's not cheaper (which you cannot prove, can you), it is exactly what YOU need.
And it can be as flexible and extendable as you want.
You simply cannot get close to it with any commercial bundle or installation.
That's what I learnt before I took that way. And I like it
mariohi1 h, 14 m ago

What setup would you recommend for RPi and Alexa?


So far I'm not using Alexa, just Home Assistant and a custom alarm panel.
HA is a good thing to try, give it a go.
Purchased the system some months ago and it has worked flawlessly, I have been waiting for this, it will now be a perfect alarm for my needs and has not cost that much in reality
Original Poster
Anddd its gone up in price slightly already lol
Mine arrived yesterday, wow it is a nice bit of kit. Just feels premium, it lights up and has a voice prompt built in. Well done Ismart, I would like to see a timer in the software now to auto set/unset at given times and maybe an external sounder. Now completely replaced my old wired system, for those on the fence this is a nice system that works well and is fully upgradable
Edited by: "Bendown" 24th Mar
Got mine - lovely bit of kit, 1 hiccup so far and I think it’s because the control was a little too far away from the main cube - moved it slightly and all sorted 🏼
£42.41 now.
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Yeah price had changed slightly
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