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SmartThings tweeted out this Amazon Lightning deal.  Get the ST-SK-001 Know and Control Your Home Kit for $239.20 (normally $299).




Only available 11am EDT to 3pm EDT today.

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Great find Chris.  I just took a look at a Nexia Home installation this weekend and was going to order the SmartThings hub and a few of the proximity sensors and then this deal pops up! Awesome.

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I can't think of anything I would use the plug in device for except for at Christmas.


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