Meross to launch HomeKit garage door opener




Meross, the smart home company has been rapidly expanding its product range with HomeKit support. It now looks like the  Meross Wi-Fi Garage door opener will get HomeKit support.

First spotted on the r/HomeKit SubReddit by user u/faisalthe01, who found the updated product page that shows that a HomeKit version should be available soon for US, UK and EU customers. Meross already sells the Smart WiFi Garage Door Opener with model number MSG100. But this product only supports Google Assistant, Alexa SmartThings, and IFTTT. However, the product page is listing MSG100HK, which will support HomeKit.

The Meross garage door opener is listed as being compatible with most garage doors like Chamberlain, LiftMaster and Hörmann. But before you buy you can check if your garage door opener via the compatible tool.

Since I published this article Meross has reached out to confirm that the HomeKit Garage door opener will be available in the US, UK and EU. Pricing will be $49.99 in the US, £44.99 in the UK and €49.99 across Europe. Although Meross has said that it will offer a discount during the month of September at the following rates, ¢39.99, £34.99 and €39.99 via Amazon. The current plan is that it will go on sale in the US around the middle of September with the UK and EU version towards the end of September.

This aggressive pricing for the Meross Garage Door Opener with HomeKit is going to be welcoming for users wanting to automate a garage door. We will be getting this in for review shortly. So in the meantime, you can follow us on TwitterFacebookYouTube and Instagram for more HomeKit News.

Follow us for more HomeKit content


Must read  August New Wifi enabled HomeKit lock available to order
Must read  Tedee smart lock gains HomeKit support
Must read  Best of HomeKit CES 2020

We may earn a commission for purchases using our links, this does not affect our editorial coverage - Ethics statement


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Follow us