SmartThings Arrives in the UK and Ireland

After a long swim across the pond, we’re happy to announce that SmartThings has now landed in the UK and Ireland!

UK-launch-blog-kit-bStarting today, September 10, the SmartThings Hub (£99), individual SmartThings sensors, and a brand-new SmartThings Starter Kit (£199) will be available across hundreds of Currys PC World stores, as well as online at and

The new SmartThings Starter Kit contains everything you need to monitor, control, and secure your home from anywhere–including a Hub, Multi Sensor, Motion Sensor, Presence Sensor, and Power Outlet. SmartThings is also compatible with hundreds of popular connected products from brands like Philips hue, Bose, Samsung, Honeywell, Yale, and more.

So whether you’re in the Highlands, on the Tube, or anywhere in between, it’s never been easier to stay in control of your home from the palm of your hand.

For more info, check out the new SmartThings UK page.


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Join the conversation! 12 Comments

  1. Congratulations! Very good that you’re partnering with a large high street retailer. Thanks for your kind offer to us early adopters!

  2. How exactly has this come to Ireland, when you cannot order it for delivery to Ireland, you can participate in the early adopters program, and currys in Ireland dont stick it.

  3. Any information for Europe?

  4. I assume the Zwave freq. is the same in UK as in sweden? When can i buy it outside uk?

  5. Any information for France, i heard that you will be arriving in france soon, is this true ? and ahave you a more accurate Date ?

  6. Bought one which arrived today…. Think it’s great. One thing that I am not too please about however having had a chat with your support this evening is that apparently the UK Service is currently blocking 3rd party OAUTH from cloud services. namely IFTTT, what this means is that if for example if you want your Hub’s events to trigger other actions external to the smarthings ecosystem it’s blocked! I would like to know what you are doing about this… It’s not the internet of somethings! It’s a new world out there and it’s an built on Open API’s.

  7. Any dates on when we might get this in Sweden?

  8. Where can I buy SmartThings in Dublin (which actually belongs to Ireland)?

  9. Any news regarding a version that will work in Denmark?

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