I wanted to try and use a Sonoff Basic to control the lights in my living room.
But I need to consider the WAF (Wife Acceptance Factor) and the ease of setup.
I need to have some kind of working wall switch for the wife and kids to use.
I watched quite a few videos on YouTube showing people cramming a Sonoff basic into their switchbox and doing a DIY switch of some kind.
But I think a simpler solution would be to use a Sonoff RF and mount some kind of RF switch to the wall that my family can use to turn the light on and off.
Is there an RF wall switch I can use to turn a Sonoff RF on and off via RF?
Yes, there are self adhesive wall mount RF control available from Sonoff for that.
also: these work as well, feeling and looking a bit cheaper: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/86-Wall-Panel-Wireless-Remote-Transmitter-1-2-3-Channel-Sticky-RF-TX-Smart-For-Home/32793117889.html
if you have space to fit a sonoff basic anywhere i found the best option was to use a retractive switch that fits in place of your normal wall switch. the only time i needed a rf was to control a 2 way light circuit where the switches were top & bottom of the stairs.