In 8 different reviews Atrim Stick has achived 4.88 stars out of 5.
Review by Ethan of Banff
Lightweight and compact, the OmniSensor fits perfectly in my home automation setup. Integration with SmartThings was smooth and has been faultless. The Lux sensor seems accurate enough, which is my primary need.
Review by Levi of Cobourg
OmniSensor is a significant upgrade from the Aeotec Trisensor. The 800 series technology offers long range wirless and better battery life. It's now become a staple in my SmartThings setup, but remember to use the SmartThings edge driver for optimal performance. The default driver which SmartThiings selections is rubbish.
Review by Nolan of Drumheller
Installation with Home Assistant was a breeze. The OmniSensor's motion sensor is perfect for triggering lights in low-light conditions, like my stairway LED strip. It's a reliable component in my smart home, only activating when necessary.
Review by Beckett of Fernie
Great for managing light conditions in my study. Its light sensor ensures lights are on only in the dark, a smart energy-saving feature. Its motion detection is spot-on.
Review by Miles of Grimsby
Already have six OmniSensors and planning to get more. They're excellent as temperature and motion sensors, seamlessly integrating with Home Assistant. The battery life is impressive, and the adjustable sensitivity is a bonus for pet owners.
Review by Sawyer of Hinton
The OmniSensor's unboxing was straightforward. Its small size is deceptive, given its powerful functionality. It paired with Home Assistant within a minute. For those not needing humidity tracking, it's a superior choice, especially over pricier models like the Aeotec multisensor.
Review by Reid of Kenora
Shines in motion detection. It's integrated with my SmartThings to control lights efficiently. The added temperature sensor is a neat bonus. Highly recommended for those focusing on motion-based automation.
Review by Graham of Jasper
After a few weeks of use, OmniSensor's motion and light detection capabilities impress me. Its wide field of view covers my room effectively as does the detection distance. I compared a few different multi-sensors, and OmniSensor definitely had the best specs and performs accordingly. Can't comment on battery life yet, but so far, it's a solid, reliable sensor.