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SmartThings Moister/Temperature sensor (1st Gen) + 6months Spotify Premium/Free P&P £14.99 at Currys PC World
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SmartThings Moister/Temperature sensor (1st Gen) + 6months Spotify Premium/Free P&P £14.99 at Currys PC World

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Posted 7th May
£5 off the list price and 6 months Spotify Premium for new accounts.

Its the 1st gen moisture sensor so suffers a bit for not having a stronger battery and doesn't have multiple moisture sensor points but I was actually just looking for a SmartThings temperature sensor and this is the cheapest device with a temperature sensor that I can find (next cheapest would be ~£25).

Free P&P if you select the 4-7 day delivery option.


Moisture sensor

The SmartThings Moisture sends you a notification if moisture is detected where it shouldn't be. You can also monitor the temperature of any room in your house.

You can place it anywhere within reach of your Smart Things Hub (sold separately) and even trigger other devices, such as cameras or alarms, should moisture be detected.

With a SmartThings Moisture Sensor you can:


- Receive an alert as soon as there's a leak in your home
- Receive an alert if there's an unexpected change in temperature
- Set portable heaters to turn on automatically if the temperature drops

Samsung SmartThings


The Samsung SmartThings Moisture Sensor forms parts of the SmartThings range, which is a collection of devices that brings all of the smart technology in your home together. You control them all from a single app, so managing even the most complex setup is simple.

Enjoy added peace-of-mind at home with the Samsung SmartThings Moisture Sensor.
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If you just want temperature sensing (plus humidity) then consider the Xioami Mi sensors for around £7 for the round gen 1 version, or £10 for the square gen 2 version with air pressure sensing too. From ebay or the usual Chinese outlets.

Hot for this deal though.
Waldolf07/05/2020 14:47

If you just want temperature sensing (plus humidity) then consider the …If you just want temperature sensing (plus humidity) then consider the Xioami Mi sensors for around £7 for the round gen 1 version, or £10 for the square gen 2 version with air pressure sensing too. From ebay or the usual Chinese outlets. Hot for this deal though.


How do I use Xioami sensors on Smartthing?
Waldolf07/05/2020 14:47

If you just want temperature sensing (plus humidity) then consider the …If you just want temperature sensing (plus humidity) then consider the Xioami Mi sensors for around £7 for the round gen 1 version, or £10 for the square gen 2 version with air pressure sensing too. From ebay or the usual Chinese outlets. Hot for this deal though.


Thanks - good to know. Is there any difference between the gen 1 or gen 2 Xioami Mi sensors?
B1T07/05/2020 15:15

How do I use Xioami sensors on Smartthing?


There's a secret handshake to get them to pair. Usually a case of pressing and holding the small button on the sensor for about 15 seconds, then releasing and pressing every few seconds.

You then have to add the device handler code to your SmartThings account.

Not too difficult.
Edited by: "anewman" 7th May
anewman07/05/2020 17:07

There's a secret handshake to get them to pair. Usually a case of paying …There's a secret handshake to get them to pair. Usually a case of paying and holding the small button on the sensor for about 15 seconds, then releasing and pressing every few seconds. You then have to add the device handler code to your SmartThings account.Not too difficult.


Have you done this? Also the link to the code for the device handler for this?
p3rfact07/05/2020 17:15

Have you done this? Also the link to the code for the device handler for …Have you done this? Also the link to the code for the device handler for this?


Best way is to go to SmartThings account then device handlers, and click settings. Add a new repository with

Owner: bspranger
Name: Xiaomi
Branch: master

Then go to update from repo, and click on Xiaomi. You'll then get three boxes. Go to new (only in GitHub). Tick the ones you want to install. Remember newest ones are called Aqara. Tick "publish" then click execute update. If there's ever any updates to the installed device handlers (as there once was for the Aqara button when a firmware update stopped them working) they'll appear in the "obsolete" box.
do you have to have the SmartThings hub for this to work?
Luvey07/05/2020 17:39

do you have to have the SmartThings hub for this to work?


*Requires a SmartThings Hub on the website
Wazzoo07/05/2020 15:27

Thanks - good to know. Is there any difference between the gen 1 or gen 2 …Thanks - good to know. Is there any difference between the gen 1 or gen 2 Xioami Mi sensors?


The differences are as I stated in the post. Shape, price and atmospheric in gen 2
anewman07/05/2020 17:27

Best way is to go to SmartThings account then device handlers, and click …Best way is to go to SmartThings account then device handlers, and click settings. Add a new repository withOwner: bsprangerName: XiaomiBranch: masterThen go to update from repo, and click on Xiaomi. You'll then get three boxes. Go to new (only in GitHub). Tick the ones you want to install. Remember newest ones are called Aqara. Tick "publish" then click execute update. If there's ever any updates to the installed device handlers (as there once was for the Aqara button when a firmware update stopped them working) they'll appear in the "obsolete" box.

I use this for my Xiaomi sensors. But I find that some of them drop off or don't report correctly because they have dropped off .( Not sure if you experience the same thing , would be interesting to know !) . I think for the price you are better off getting this. Otherwise I would take the punt on the Xiaomi
ianthegreat08/05/2020 08:36

I use this for my Xiaomi sensors. But I find that some of them drop off or …I use this for my Xiaomi sensors. But I find that some of them drop off or don't report correctly because they have dropped off .( Not sure if you experience the same thing , would be interesting to know !) . I think for the price you are better off getting this. Otherwise I would take the punt on the Xiaomi


Mine stopped dropping off when I started using ZigBee plugs, the ones from IKEA, which act as repeaters.
does the free Spotify premium cover family premium?
frodo198108/05/2020 09:55

does the free Spotify premium cover family premium?


It only refers to Spotify Premium in the T&Cs and when you click through to the offer page it says the subscription will renew at 9.99 at the end of the free trial so I would imagine not.
Thanks no one does deals for families
Gonna buy this for Spotify premium 6 months in 15 quid and complimentary Samsung device
Edited by: "EbayIsGodSend" 9th May
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