Switch Bot Adds Smart Switch to Your Existing Device

Switch Bot is designed to add a smart button to your existing device, so you will get many intelligent features without having to change your appliances with smart home devices. Like the idea? Let’s keep checking.

Switch Bot Smart Switch

Appearance design

The Switch Bot is an advanced and universal app-enabled smart switch that mechanically controls all switches and buttons wherever you’re. The smart switch measures 42.8 x 36.5 x 24mm and weighs 39g. With its ultra compact, lightweight design and included 3M mounting tape, you can easily attach Switch Bot to your light switch or any appliance like coffee maker, desktop computer, desk lamp and more.

Switch Bot Smart Switch

Meanwhile, optional Switch-Link measures 98 x 56.5mm and weighs 100g, so it’s Portable enough to stay anywhere in your house, and its cloud-like shape delivers minimal and vivid detailing.

Smart features

The smart switch can easily attached to any appliance in your home, and using built-in Bluetooth technology, the switch wirelessly communicates with your smartphone, so you can remotely turn on/ off your home device or use its companion app for iOS or Android to set timer for your device.

Switch Bot Smart Switch

Furthermore, multiple Switch Bots firm Bluetooth Mesh Network that delivers a larger wireless control range. Using optional Switch-Link, you can also add WiFi connectivity to your all Switch Bots in your house, so wherever you go you can remotely control your home devices, and it works as a mood light. In addition, the smart switch supports IFTTT that allows it to interact with other devices or apps.

Price and shipment date

The crowdfunding campaign for Switch Bot is ongoing on Kickstarter. Pledging $79 will let you own the smart switch and WiFi module. The bundle will be shipped in January 2017.

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