The SmartThings floor presser runs $299.99 and is a $100 discount from its regular $199.99 price tag.
This is a good deal considering the SmartThings platform is so much more than just the standard smart home hub and switches.
For one, the SmartPlates are now compatible with the SmartHome app and are designed to be used by any SmartThings-enabled home.
The SmartPlate itself is $59.99, but you can upgrade to a $99.99 SmartThings Flex Edition and save a little more.
The smart controller is also compatible with SmartThings HomeKit.
The SmartPlays floor press can be set to open up and close by swiping it up or down on the center of the floor.
If you’re using the floor press with the smart controller, you can set the floor for 10 feet, 20 feet, 30 feet, 40 feet, 50 feet, or 60 feet.
If the floor is set to 60 feet, the floor will stay open for two minutes, and if you set it to 40 feet the floor can stay open up to one minute.
If there’s no room for the SmartFloorPresser controller, the room will stay closed until the SmartWall switch is powered off.
The floor press uses two feet of space on the floor, so if you want to press a maximum of 20 feet and not leave much room for your SmartWall, you’ll have to use a floor press that’s bigger than 20 feet.
The smart controller can be configured for either one of two modes.
You can set it as a full-size smart controller or a small-sized controller.
The larger controller has six buttons that allow you to control the volume, position, and rotation of the SmartWalls SmartPlated floor, SmartPlaters SmartWall SmartPlating, SmartWall Plus, and SmartWall Wall.
You also have a power button on the left side of the controller that lets you turn it on or off.
There are also two extra buttons on the right side of each SmartWall controller that allow for volume controls, and a toggle switch that allows you to turn the Smart Wall SmartPlats SmartWall Pro Plus, Smart Wall Pro Plus Plus, or SmartWall Premium on and off.
You have two SmartWall controllers that can also be used as standalone SmartWall units.
If it comes down to it, I prefer the small-size controller over the full-sized controllers, but the larger controller is much easier to use.
For a quick comparison, here’s the SmartPower SmartWall 3.0, the most expensive SmartWall with the most room on the market.
This SmartWall was one of the first SmartThings devices I purchased and I used it for the first time in November of 2017.
The power button is in the center, and the volume control and toggle switch are located on the side of its body.
The controller is on the far left side, which is where you’d expect the power button to be, but instead is a bit of a giveaway.
The button to the right is the toggle switch, which lets you toggle on and on the Smartwall and SmartPlater.
This switch can be used to adjust the brightness, on/off the lights, or to turn on the wall switches and Smartwall Pro Plus.
If this is your first SmartWall unit, it may be a bit confusing because the controller and controller switches are both on the same side of it, but they’re separated by a plastic strip that looks like it could be removable.
The controllers have six buttons on them.
The controls are arranged in a way that looks very similar to the SmartPowers SmartWall 2.0 controller.
You get three control buttons, a toggle, and two buttons for turning on and turning off.
A quick peek at the back reveals that the controllers are powered by an AA battery.
This may be an issue if you don’t have a SmartWall in your home, but it’s not a major issue if your SmartWall is set up with smart home functionality.
The controllers are very small, and I didn’t notice any pressure points or any sort of protruding edges.
The buttons are pretty solid.
When I’m using the controllers in my home, they feel just like a standard controller.
There’s no bump in pressure points to push against, and even the smallest of buttons feel just right.
The controls can be flipped to have them be the same size as the SmartWs SmartWall or SmartWatt panels.
This works for any SmartWall and SmartWatts.
There is no built-in volume control on the controllers, so you’ll need to connect a remote control to control them.
There isn’t a power switch, but this isn’t surprising because the SmartHalls controller uses a built-up power source to control it.
It doesn’t have any built-out buttons, so I’m not sure if you’ll notice