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    Maestro design switches for Caseta Smart Bridge?

    We're an Apple family, so we're looking for Siri enabled lighting, I get hugely annoyed when people leave the rockers in an uneven state. So this leaves in in a slightly annoying predicament. I can't seem to find any good looking switches that I'd want on my wall. I was originally looking at Elgato Eve, but that doesn't work for 3-way light switches. I'm looking at Maestro dimmers like MACL-153MRHW-WHC, and it looks gorgeous, but it doesn't seem to connect to Caseta Smart Bridge. Are there any simple flat design controls in the Caseta family that looks equally elegant?

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    Look into RA2 Select by Lutron. Caseta on steroids that uses the Maestro form factor.

    http://www.lutron.com/en-US/Products.../Overview.aspx
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    Quote Originally Posted by SDR-Mike View Post
    Look into RA2 Select by Lutron. Caseta on steroids that uses the Maestro form factor.

    http://www.lutron.com/en-US/Products.../Overview.aspx
    They look nice, but the price tag also appears to be on steroids. At $200 a pop, it will be hard to justify it to the family CFO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Huang View Post
    They look nice, but the price tag also appears to be on steroids. At $200 a pop, it will be hard to justify it to the family CFO!
    That's a list price. Work with a stocking distributor and you should be able to do better. But I agree. The higher price tag is "detrimental to full adoption by the entire family". That and my wife completely understands the Caseta product by just looking at it. I had to instruct everyone about the Maestro. Once I added RadioRA2, I left the initial level on to 60% instead of the last level that they were used to. It's made visitors' lives much easier than trying to figure out why the switch came on so low.
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