locks for the Scandinavian marked has not been the best when compared to other countries of the world. The smart lock for my front door has been a missing item in my goal to reach total control. This post will cover some of my experiences. I will in particular cover the Norwegian Smart Lock IDLock and also how it plays in a Fibaro smart home system.
I was not quite sure what i was going to call this post, HTC One M8 update 3 or Zony Xperia Z3 because it is in fact both. As you might remeber i have written about the One M8 here, here and here. And it did not exactly end there. After lots of back and forth it ended up being the case that the warranty in HTS's opinion did not cover the fact that the power button got damaged because of a scratch on the back of the phone. Damage which was done to the unit while on service. Anyways the store where i bought the phone gave up on HTC and offered me a brand new one. Fortunately with all the faults i had with the One M8 i was able to choose another phone. I like the header states i ended up with a Sony Xperia Z3 and here is a short write-up of my first impressions
Early this week i finally received my Fibaro motion sensors. I have been using the Aeon Labs multisensors since the beginning of my z-wave upgrade. The Aeon Labs sensors have worked great and i can not complain about them at all, but there is something about the fibaro products. I just have to get them, although i was planning on expanding on my motion sensors anyways. Since the Aeon Labs sensors can handle outside environments i am thinking of changing them out inside for the Fibaro ones. I must say they look absolutely astonishing. They are so tiny you would not believe it.
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