Wemo WiFi Smart Dimmer
Review Date 10/23/19
Picture it. You and your date had a great evening out. You've just arrived back at your place, you're sitting on your couch, all signs point to --> it's time to create the mood. The last thing you want to do is stand up and dim the lights. With this little WiFi smart dimmer switch, you can tell your lights to dim down to sexy time levels with an app on your phone or, even better, by asking Google, Alexa, or Siri to do it for you. That'll be sure to impress and increase your chances at getting lucky. Just beware, this switch doesn't work with a 3-way......light bulb.
Can it snoop on me?
Device: No | App: Yes
Device: No | App: No
Device: No | App: Yes
How does it handle privacy?
How does it share data?
With your consent, Belkin can share your personal data with third parties for marketing purposes. Belkin can share aggregated, de-identified data with anyone. This means that Belkin strips your data of personal information and then pools it with other user data and can share it with anyone.
Can you delete your data?
User friendly privacy info?
Links to privacy information
What could happen if something went wrong
Because Belkin never responded to our privacy and security questions, it's hard to tell just how secure and private this WiFi dimmer switch is. Security researchers discovered that the Belkin Wemo Insight smart plug is still at risk for attack even though security vulnerabilities had been identified and disclosed over a year ago. This affects the security of the entire Wemo smart home ecosystem, including the smart dimmer. So buyer beware -- it would be terrible to have an unsecured dimmer switch someone could mess with when you're trying to create that sexy-time mood.
How to contact the company
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