BOND Fan Review: Make Your Existing Fans Smart

For this BOND fan review, we connect the BOND device to 5 RF fans in our house. Now we can control the fans with our phones and Alexa. It also works with IFTTT to automatically turn on your fans when it gets too hot.

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Disclaimer: Smart Home Solver received a free sample of the BOND for review. They were not compensated in any other way. The opinions are 100% their own and not influenced.

Comments

Smart Home Solver says:

Thanks for watching! BOND mainly works with fans right now but will soon be compatible with RF devices like motorized shades and garage doors. What else could you see yourself using BOND in the future?

Russakabamf says:

does it work with air conditioners as well?

theflyerpr40d says:

Hi, if you turn the fan or light with the original remote would they show ON in the Bond App? Can you test that out. Thanks.

Ken Olson says:

Until iDevices releases their combo light and fan switch later this year, you’ll actually need 2 switches per room. One switch for light and the other for fan.
https://www.cnet.com/news/idevices-ceiling-fan-switch-smart-ces-2018/

chase mccane says:

Do the light switches need to be left in the on position right? Sounds like an obvious answer just double checking

Kartik Gupta says:

I have seen this device making the ceiling fans smart, any idea if I can make my Lasko Tower fans (with a turn on/off button) smart?

macrapidito says:

Great vid, my I ask what kind ( brand) of fans do you have?

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