Noon Home Smart Lighting Review – Best Smart Home Tech!



Noon Home Smart Lighting Review!
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Noon Home Smart Lighting is an ingenious idea which aims to give everyone professional, layered light right in their home by way of the company’s super-cool Noon Home Room Director and Extension Switches. Coupled with the Noon Home app (and with the added benefit of voice control with Amazon Alexa) you end up with an easy to use system that creates lighting environments optimized for your living space.

Rather than replacing all the bulbs in your home with smart bulbs, with Noon Home, you just replace the light switches instead, which is likely a much cheaper proposition for most. The Room Director is a small touchscreen display that plugs directly into the wall power, swiping in for the light switch. Once up and running, it works with existing lights to offer customized layered lighting designed for a specific space.

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  1. Bart Stout

    I would really like to dim the lights with my phone but its 400 bucks for the base set. Then you have to buy 4 or 5 extra switches for 100 bucks each. So its like 800 – 900 bucks to dim the lights with my phone!

  2. David Simmons

    Replacing the switch makes sense, what good is a smart bulb if someone turned the switch off. But list Bart said, this system is pricey.

  3. Martin Guay

    Going all in with Smarthings and IoT devices and making your home smarter is expansive either way. In the end, it will be whatever way you choose to do it that works for you and your family.


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