Samsung SmartThings Presence Sensor - £14.99 Prime / £18.98 non Prime @ Amazon
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Samsung SmartThings Presence Sensor - £14.99 Prime / £18.98 non Prime @ Amazon

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Found 15th Mar
I don't usually advocate for purchase of the Samsung sensors as the Xiaomi ones are just as good (if not better) and much cheaper. However I havent found a decent alternative to the Samsung presence sensor and this is the best price they've ever been on Amazon according to the camels. Multi-sensor also available for low price of £13.49 if you particularly want the Samsung branded ones.
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I've stopped using mine as it's not reliable even on fresh Duracell batteries.
Always flipping between Present/Not present 😥
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stefromuk3 m ago

I've stopped using mine as it's not reliable even on fresh Duracell …I've stopped using mine as it's not reliable even on fresh Duracell batteries.Always flipping between Present/Not present 😥


I use phones as the primary source for presence detection, but find it handy to have one of these for letting other people use when I have friends staying or tradesmen etc. in the house.
Edited by: "Zero_Zuul" 15th Mar
What do they do?
mikewadkins3549 m ago

What do they do?


If you click "Get Deal" you'll get a description.
Just don't forget, that phone will work as a presence sensor as well. (but good for car keys, pets and children)
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Kids will buy these and scan the house at Christmas and Birthdays.
I think all smart things are 50% off today, including the hub down from £100 to £50, but this app doesn't let me post it.
Edited by: "bizzargainhunter" 16th Mar
Had 2 of these from a bundled deal. Got fed up with the false reporting so used phone instead.
Took them to CEX and got a £8 voucher for each one.
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Bingstroller6 h, 29 m ago

Had 2 of these from a bundled deal. Got fed up with the false reporting so …Had 2 of these from a bundled deal. Got fed up with the false reporting so used phone instead.Took them to CEX and got a £8 voucher for each one.


My original one died and I’ve been using phones ever since. But it was fairly reliable up to that point, with the exception of having quite a short detection range.
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