Apple HomeKit

Logitech POP Smart Button Kit

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  • Overview

    Logitech's POP Smart Button is a small, flat button that's HomeKit-compatible to give you basic control of multiple smart home devices - from lights to speakers to thermostats. It's extremely easy to operate, requiring no technical expertise. POP is also conveniently flexible. You can use the iOS Home app on your iPhone or iPad to set up POP to control Apple Homekit-enabled devices. Or you can use the Logitech POP app to set it up to control non-HomeKit devices, such as Sonos or Harmony.

    Highlights

    Simple, app-free control of smart home devices - after easy initial setup via an app on iPhone or iPad

    Control Apple HomeKit-enabled devices

    Control smart lighting and home entertainment

    Use a single command for multiple devices

    What’s in the Box

    Logitech POP Smart Button (with battery)

    Plug-in bridge

    Mounting tape

    User documentation

    Tech Specs

    Other Features: HomeKit Compatible

    Power Source: Battery power

    Batteries: CR2032 Lithium

    Height: Button: 0.9 cm/0.35 in.; Bridge: 1.9 cm/0.75 in.

    Length: Button: 6 cm/2.36 in.; Bridge: 6 cm/2.4 in.

    Width: Button: 6 cm/2.36 in.; Bridge: 6 cm/2.4 in.

    Weight: Button: 37.3 g; Bridge: 53.2 g

    System Requirements

    Operating System: iOS 10.3 or later

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    UPC or EAN No.: 5099206072923

    Warranty

    Note: Apple’s One-Year Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Non-Apple-branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer’s warranty provided by the product manufacturer — please see your product box and literature for details. Benefits under the manufacturer’s warranty are in addition to rights provided by consumer law.

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    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Very Poor HomeKit integration

      I initially purchased the Logitech circle 2 security camera which was easy to setup with HomeKit and worked fantastic. Based on the experience with these - I wa I initially purchased the Logitech circle 2 security camera which was easy to setup with HomeKit and worked fantastic. Based on the experience with these - I was very happy with the setup - Having purchased the logitech pop I was totally disappointed with the experience. First of all the instructions are extremely limited. With the logitech circle you launch the app and the setup is done allowing HomeKit to be enabled - this has the advantage of being able to do firmware updates etc - HOWEVER on the logitech pop you have no option for this - you either setup as a logitech device on their app which means you cant use it on the homekit app - or you setup the HomeKit app - the first thing you will notice is the really long time you have to wait for the logitech bridge to be seen - and then the after that the buttons cant be assigned to HomeKit devices as advertised, which is really bad. If you look at the Ikea bridge - its simple you just add HomeKit and the switches work !! The problem is further heightened by the the lack of a customer service phone number - no live chat support - email responses in 48 hours - NOT GOOD. I am a bit disappointed that Apple has allowed logitech to use the HomeKit label when this product is not up to the high quality standards of Apple endorsed products - I just cannot believe Logitech would realise a product like this. The only reason I went to buy this product from an Apple retail store directly was that I found the one on Amazon didnt even have a HOMEKIT code to scan - Logitech's packaging on that was different from the one in the Apple store. For anyone interested in this product please read the reviews on amazon.com and you will see a fantastic review by someone who wrote an in-depth analysis of what I have said.

      • Written by Jayesh P from Harrow

      11 of 15 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Very Poor HomeKit integration

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Very Poor HomeKit integration

      I initially purchased the Logitech circle 2 security camera which was easy to setup with HomeKit and worked fantastic. Based on the experience with these - I wa I initially purchased the Logitech circle 2 security camera which was easy to setup with HomeKit and worked fantastic. Based on the experience with these - I was very happy with the setup - Having purchased the logitech pop I was totally disappointed with the experience. First of all the instructions are extremely limited. With the logitech circle you launch the app and the setup is done allowing HomeKit to be enabled - this has the advantage of being able to do firmware updates etc - HOWEVER on the logitech pop you have no option for this - you either setup as a logitech device on their app which means you cant use it on the homekit app - or you setup the HomeKit app - the first thing you will notice is the really long time you have to wait for the logitech bridge to be seen - and then the after that the buttons cant be assigned to HomeKit devices as advertised, which is really bad. If you look at the Ikea bridge - its simple you just add HomeKit and the switches work !! The problem is further heightened by the the lack of a customer service phone number - no live chat support - email responses in 48 hours - NOT GOOD. I am a bit disappointed that Apple has allowed logitech to use the HomeKit label when this product is not up to the high quality standards of Apple endorsed products - I just cannot believe Logitech would realise a product like this. The only reason I went to buy this product from an Apple retail store directly was that I found the one on Amazon didnt even have a HOMEKIT code to scan - Logitech's packaging on that was different from the one in the Apple store. For anyone interested in this product please read the reviews on amazon.com and you will see a fantastic review by someone who wrote an in-depth analysis of what I have said.

      • Written by Jayesh P from Harrow

      11 of 15 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Very Poor HomeKit integration

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