1st Generation AWS IoT Button review

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Customer Reviews

Love it

 on May 13, 2016
By Jiri N
I have been hacking the non-IoT version for a while, it’s really awesome little product. Making it accessible via AWS Lambda is really making it awesomer!

Fun way to learn how to use AWS and what it can do for you.

 on May 10, 2017
By Eric I.
Neat way to learn how to use AWS functions. Took me, a non programmer, about 2 hours to setup a lambda function to send an SMS text message and push notifications depending on the type of click. Afterwards, I wrote a function to interact with a home based raspberry pi server to send me information stored in a database.

Love the button but for the extra $15 over hacking …

 on March 29, 2018
By Cool IT Guy '86
Love the button but for the extra $15 over hacking a dash button, I would have expected more user friendly-ness for battery replacement and more WiFi flexibility. Works fine though.

Not great for controlling lights or other quick-response interactive things

 on April 18, 2017
By Dusty Wilson
Don’t use this for anything you need to happen quickly, like controlling lights or other quick-response interactive things. Battery feels like it’ll last forever. Requires AWS to use.

Five Stars

 on August 4, 2017
By John Holt
Works well and just slowing learning all about Iot (Internet of Things)

Great for AWS Lambda learning

 on April 3, 2017
By Info Freako
It is what it is. If you are learning AWS Lambda, it’s great to have around for testing.

Works, Just Takes a Moment

 on August 8, 2017
By Timothy S.
Very slow to sync up, took a few tries to actually connect. Working with AWS Lambda is incredibly simple and I had a simple microservice up an running quickly.

Nice button

 on April 10, 2017
By Xin
Good quality. Easy to setup. Good for IOT projects.

When the Skynet comes… you want an inside link

 on April 6, 2017
By Erik Steffl
Fascinating for the developers and tinkerers…

Still haven’t got this far down on list.

 on May 14, 2017
By Corey Chrysler
Have not had time to fully explore


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