What works with Wink Hub?
To make sure all your smart home products can communicate with Wink, you need to make sure to get smart home products that have the “Wink Hub Compatible—Wink Hub Required” seal on their packaging. Using a product that doesn’t have Wink’s sticker on it runs you the risk of your smart hub going glitchy.
Still, you can use tons of products alongside Wink Hub 2. Want to add automated lights to your home? Wink Hub 2 compatible devices like GE Link Connected LED bulbs and Sylvania Smart RGBW bulbs can get you there.
Wink Hub 2 is also compatible with a variety of dimmers, switches, and outlets, like the Leviton Decora Smart In-Wall Dimmer; smart detectors and sensors like Ring’s video doorbells; and much more for your locks, garage doors, and thermostats. In fact, Wink is compatible with tons of familiar brands, from Honeywell to GE, so you can upgrade your home while using brands you already trust.
Do we recommend this product?
If you’re more tech-minded, Samsung’s SmartThings may be for you, as it offers a wider range of capabilities and customizations, allowing you to create a smart home that works for you.
But if you’re considering a smart hub for the first time, we highly recommend purchasing Wink Hub 2. It’s a user-friendly product that won’t feel overwhelming every step of the way. If all the smart home automation choices are overwhelming you, go with Wink Hub 2—it’s a great way to keep your house safe or keep the electricity bill low when you keep forgetting to turn off the lights.
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