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Pro Small LED indicator
There is a small blue LED indicator that turns on when the light is turned on. This is especially useful for outdoor lights, or garage lights where you can't always tell if they are on or not from where the switch is located.
Pro Programmable delayed turn off
This switch offers an option to automatically turn off after a set period of time - ideal for hallways where you only need light for a minute or two. This is also very useful in bedrooms - turn your lights on when you are getting ready to go to bed, then they will automatically turn off after your preferred period of time. This delay can be up to 4 minutes.
Con Push button
Its looks are deceiving as the switch surface isn't capacitive - you will need to apply enough force to push the button in. When the switch actuates, it will make a small click noise.
For what it offers, this is an expensive solution. It doesn't offer dimming, and the push button style of trigger isn't as flattering as a touch-enabled trigger.