SwitchBot Bot - Button Pusher
SwitchBot Bot - Button Pusher
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SwitchBot smart switch button with timer app-controlled wifi switch DIY (with the Hub compatible with Alexa Google Home IFTTT)
***This product does not work with standard Australian rocker switches. It works with press buttons only***
- Universal - Works with just about any rocker switch and button of any appliance. Smart button pusher for your smart home.
- Timers - Use the SwitchBot App to schedule built-in timers, run without phone or Hub. Turn lights or home appliances on/off automatically even when you're away.
- Extended battery life - Extreme power saving Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). 600 days of use powered by a replaceable battery.
- Easy to set up - 5-second installation. Tape it right next to a switch or button with a 3M sticker. No swapping, no tools are required. A simple & safe DIY journey.
- Even better with a Hub - With a SwitchBot Hub (Plus), you can remote control over the Internet or voice control the Bots. Works with Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri, and IFTTT.
SwitchBot, mechanical light switch or button controller, a simple switch to a smart home, DIY, no Hub required
Compatible with Alexa, Google Assistant, IFTTT with the hub Hub (*sold separately). How it works: Attach near a switch or button.
Press the icon in the app. Bingo!
The arm inside swings. Stay up late working, sleepy and exhausted Energize your every morning with freshly brewed coffee, with the help of SwitchBot.
How many days did it feel walking through soup out here Turn on AC before you walk in the door with SwitchBot. Get relief from the heat the second you get in the office.
Forgot to turn off light before bed Use the SwitchBot App (with the hub). Or just say: "Alexa, ask SwitchBot to turn off bedroom light." Control SwitchBot in your preferred way:
SwitchBot works independently: mobile phone, smart watch, build-in timers, local control or with a SwitchBot Hub: Alexa Google Assistant IFTTT (IF This Then That) remote control DIY by makers: Open Bluetooth API HTTP/HTTPS API (via IFTTT)
**Note: SwitchBot does not fit to Toggle switch. Such as the standard Clipsal classic rocker switch but will work with Clipsal Saturn push buttons for example.**
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SwitchBot Bot is a genius invention! As a person with limited mobility, this device has been a true blessing. I no longer struggle to reach out-of-the-way switches, and I can control them with a simple tap on my phone. It's a reliable, well-built product that has significantly improved my quality of life. Thank you, SwitchBot, for making my home smarter and more accessible
I'm impressed by the SwitchBot Bot - Button Pusher's versatility. This little gadget can be used in various scenarios, from turning on lights to pressing the coffee maker button in the morning. Its compact size and powerful motor make it a must-have for anyone looking to add automation to their home without expensive smart devices
The SwitchBot Bot - Button Pusher is a game-changer! With its simple setup and efficient design, I can now control hard-to-reach switches and buttons effortlessly. It has made my daily routines so much easier, and I love how it integrates seamlessly with my smart home setup. Highly recommended
Not at all a comment on ozsmarthings who were very easy to deal with.
The switchbot itself requires an account with them to use it at all - very disappointing for a bluetooth device.
I won't buy more of their products
It's pretty standard that you need an account to operate so that only people that have access to your account can control it.
I used this on my A/C and it works great for turning on and off. I used it with the hub and the temperature sensor so I can see the temperature when I am not home and turn on/off the A/C
I used Home Assistant with BlueStacks emulator.
The initial configuration has to be done from a phone but after that, the emulator can be used (if you have the Mini Hub).
Thanks for the review David!