Update: Now only available with free in-store pickup.

Frys has the Belkin F7C030fc WeMo Light Switch for $30 with free shipping. Works with your existing Wi-Fi router to allow you to turn electronics on or off from any iOS 5+ device.

Discount reflected at final checkout.

  • Belkin WeMo Home Automation Switch (F7C027FC) for $30 with free shipping (at checkout)
  • $45 Retail: $50

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      cali0028 Ben's cred: 4
      Posted 11:21 am PDT 05/23/14

      wow this is a good price...any one have any issues with these?

      Edit: as of 2:24PM EST all sold out. Oh well

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      dave_c Ben's cred: 3857
      Posted 11:29 am PDT 05/23/14

      ^ Not available for shipping but still available for pickup at some local stores.

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      cali0028 Ben's cred: 4
      Posted 12:20 pm PDT 05/23/14

      dave_c wrote:
      ^ Not available for shipping but still available for pickup at some local stores.


      ya it old me my 2 local stores didn't have them...thinking all the emp. probably picked them up lol

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      Crash And Burn Ben's cred: 465
      Posted 1:54 pm PDT 05/23/14

      Seems like a bad idea being directly WIFI controlled. What would that be like with a house full of these? Not to mention outlets and other special devices. Do you really want that load constantly on your router in addition to all the normal loads you put on it. I would look at X10/Insteon or similar that use the house wiring and/or communicate mesh style directly with each other. X10/Insteon is the cheapest way to home automation but not necessarily the best depending on your needs. You can still interface with these systems via WIFI if you want to but that's different than routing everything over it. I try to keep stuff off my router and out of the frequencies it uses for the best performance on things I care about more.

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      Posted 9:24 am PDT 05/24/14

      Crash And Burn wrote:
      Seems like a bad idea being directly WIFI controlled. What would that be like with a house full of these? Not to mention outlets and other special devices. Do you really want that load constantly on your router in addition to all the normal loads you put on it. I would look at X10/Insteon or similar that use the house wiring and/or communicate mesh style directly with each other. X10/Insteon is the cheapest way to home automation but not necessarily the best depending on your needs. You can still interface with these systems via WIFI if you want to but that's different than routing everything over it. I try to keep stuff off my router and out of the frequencies it uses for the best performance on things I care about more.


      You I was thinking of that so now I am looking into z-wave products...

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