I've posted here a few times about starting my SmartHome version again and moving on to more HomeKit-centric devices. I wanted to share two community recommendations that I tried and that worked very well.
Eufy Indoor Cam 2k: Using this as a children's room to replace the Owlet. This thing was absolutely amazing. The connection in the Home application is instant and flawless. I hope they add integration to their ringtone line - because I would buy this to replace Nest Hello in a moment. Three things that aren't really a problem, but I didn't know: I had to buy a wall mount, I had to buy an SD card, and I had to find a way to block those wrong wires.
Reagle Lock: Surprised, no talk about it. The integration is impeccable. The keyboard is much easier to use. The screen looks nice. I have an unnecessary lock on August that we currently hate to do nothing and I don't regret it a bit. However, one thing I did not know: if your door does not fit perfectly with the lock, you will feel bad.
Next stop: Hubitat.
HomeKit.Blog is in no way affiliated with or endorsed by Apple Inc. or Apple related subsidiaries.
All images, videos and logos are the copyright of the respective rights holders, and this website does not claim ownership or copyright of the aforementioned.
All information about products mentioned on this site has been collected in good faith. However, the information relating to them, may not be 100% accurate, as we only rely on the information we are able to gather from the companies themselves or the resellers who stock these products, and therefore cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies arising from the aforementioned sources, or any subsequent changes that are made that we have not been made aware of.
HomeKit.Blog Is A Participant In The Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, An Affiliate Advertising Program Designed To Provide A Means For Sites To Earn Advertising Fees By Advertising And Linking To Amazon Store (Amazon.com, Or Endless.com, MYHABIT.com, SmallParts.com, Or AmazonWireless.com).
The opinions expressed on this website by our contributors do not necessarily represent the views of the website owners.