Is the Lutron Caseta System Worth It? | HANDYGUYS TV

In this video, Handyguy Paul asks Handyguy Brian if he thinks that he Lutron Caseta Home Lighting system is worth it. Handyguy Brian explained that initially he was searching for a way to turn off all of the lights in the basement with one switch while also having the option of controlling each circuit separately.

Why Invest In Lutron Caseta

The Lutron Caseta remote that controls the circuits functions wirelessly and is powered by a battery that is supposed to last 10 years. This means that Handyguy Brian put in a battery once and won’t have to worry about it for a good while. In later episodes, The Handyguys will discuss more about this switch in detail.

All in all, after asking the question, “Is a smart home lighting system worth installing?” Handyguy Brian does feel that it is worth it, mainly so that he has one central switch, but also because of the new switches and dimmers that come with this system. Stay tuned for more on the Pico remote, the Lutron Smart Bridge, as well as the Lutron app in later episodes.

Products used in this video:
Caseta Starter Kit
Dimmer & Remote Kit
Pico Remote Wall Bracket

Our Smarthome Favorites:
Ecobee Thermostat
Philips Hue Smart Bulbs
Echo Dot

Production Equipment:
Canon C200
Nikon D750
Sony Microphones

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