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Samsung SmartThings Hub v3
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Samsung SmartThings Hub v3

£59.99£7924%Amazon Deals
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Posted 15th Jul

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20% off the hub. This hardly ever goes on discount so grab it while you can. Good for home automation and for konnected alarm panel.

Combine with other offers currently on such as £10 audible trial and the gift card top up £8 free to make it even cheaper.
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The V2 starter kit is 79.99 too, arguably the better option
Kyrt15/07/2019 07:54

The V2 starter kit is 79.99 too, arguably the better option


v3>v2. Not sure why you'd want to go with the older version unless i'm missing something i dont know about?
eshaq78615/07/2019 08:12

v3>v2. Not sure why you'd want to go with the older version unless i'm …v3>v2. Not sure why you'd want to go with the older version unless i'm missing something i dont know about?


Suggest you do some googling there are distinct advantages for each (although most prefer v2 if I judge the number of posts), similarly Classic App is better than the new App etc.
eshaq78615/07/2019 08:12

v3>v2. Not sure why you'd want to go with the older version unless i'm …v3>v2. Not sure why you'd want to go with the older version unless i'm missing something i dont know about?


The older version has a battery backup option which the V3 lacks, so if you are going to connect with ethernet there's not really a reason to 'upgrade'.

But mainly the starter kit comes with the sensors.
Kyrt15/07/2019 08:47

The older version has a battery backup option which the V3 lacks, so if …The older version has a battery backup option which the V3 lacks, so if you are going to connect with ethernet there's not really a reason to 'upgrade'.But mainly the starter kit comes with the sensors.


I found the sensors pretty rubbish. My motion sensor could not pick up vibrations on a running dryer, while the door sensor was always falling from its sticker. Plus the battery readings were very hit and miss, moving between 5-95% (probably depending on temperature).

I'd much rather pick up the hub and add cheap Xiaomi/Aqara sensors. But I ended up settling for Home Automation instead - no cloud link involved.
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