Looks like This Reality has jumped into the power monitoring plug game. If I'm not mistaken this is by far the price leader.
THIRDREALITY Zigbee Smart Plug with Energy Monitoring, 15A Smart Outlet, Timer Function, ETL Certified, ZigBee Hub Required, Work with Home Assistant, Compatible Echo Devices and SmartThing https://a.co/d/iBDkS9t
Lol that is funny. It's just a normal power monitoring plug. I love supporting them because of their no bs Zigbee and their sensors use AAA. I surprised myself in how strongly I despise button/cell batteries. Something so simple is my primary driving force for sensors now.
I have to disagree here. I bought two three packs of their buttons. The double tap was thoroughly inconsistent. I could turn on debug logging and watch the button erroneously reporting double taps as single presses. I set a metronome and clicked to the beat to make sure I was consistent and could watch the logs as single press, single single, double, double, double, single...so definitely a device problem.
So, I grab the logs and hit them up on Facebook for support. They acknowledge and say they'll get back to me. Two weeks ago by without an update so I reached back out and they just ignored me (left the message sitting on read).
I've kept three buttons in case something changes and switched to using "held" instead, but I can say I'd recommend these nor any of their other devices after seeing the lack of support first hand.
I have two contact sensors and also just added the temp/humidity with the screen. Their stuff is definitely a little sketchy but it seems to work. The temp sensor reports like every 0.1F and no matter how many times you configure it otherwise it keep doing it. Not sure how long the battery will take this. Sometimes they report software/FW versions, sometimes they don't, as shown in other threads. The contact sensors are spot on though, very quick and have been reliable.
Slow, fast, doesn't seem to matter. Like I said above...I set a metronome to make sure I was pressing with the same amount of time between presses. I would get inconsistent results from the button where (again, clicking consistently at the same pace) I would see: single, single, double, single, double, double. It's 100% not something with what I'm doing. The button is, from as much empirical testing as I could manage, inconsistent in reporting.
Definately sounds like the case. I am not sure how some of you are having problems. Every Third Reality device I have are rock solid. I am wondering if its the generic driver when it comes to the button. I know there is something funky about them as they are just 1 of 2 companies that have a button that actually works on Alexa, the other being Flic.
I don't like the size of AAA battery sensors for contact sensors...others I'm fine as you can hide motion and leak, etc., more easily, but for contact sensors the larger AAA types are just too noticeable for my wife so have very poor WAF for me.
I do like the Aqara contact sensors very much, combo of very small and very long battery life is quite nice, if (and that can be a big if) you can keep them on your mesh reliably. I mostly have Visonic (MCT-340, first gen tiny slim version) which have pretty much perfect WAF, but over time I've found that some of them (depending on position in my home and/or age?) can start eating their small CR-2032 coin cell batteries.
I find I have to throw them away when the battery dies. Something about those visionic just refuse to ever rejoin the mesh no matter what I do. I can say without stretching the truth I have at least 20 hours of my life wasted by those little bastads.