You know what’s annoying? Always having to get up to turn the light on or off. It would be so much more convenient to be able to do that from your seat or even from outside your house. Or if you could schedule lights and other appliances to go on/off at specific times each day.
Technology of that nature is what these “smart” products offer. We are finally at the point at which connectivity can synch things up in your house, resulting not only in less stressful living but also in reduced electricity bills.
I’m talking about two different smart products – a smart socket and a smart plug. I have started using both and could not be happier. That’s why I’ve gone ahead and gotten deals on them for you, such that the socket is 45 percent off (with code 2GKPRPEH) and the plug is 51 percent off (with code AK25AEN6).
The socket, shown above, is “a Wi-Fi-enabled light bulb adapter.” What that means is that it can turn ANY standard lightbulb into a smart light. With it, you can turn the light on/off remotely, schedule timers and even monitor power consumption. This is a surefire way to end up saving money by cutting down the electric bill.
The smart plug has a similar function as the socket, except it can work with multitudinous devices in addition to just lightbulbs. Lamps, heaters, fans, humidifiers, electric kettles, coffee makers, home audio systems and window ACs are all appliances suggested to work well with this adapter. As with the socket, you can control things plugged into this outlet via smartphone app, so “never worry you left something on again.” It is also a great way to track your energy consumption throughout the month.
What’s great about both of these smart products is that they are both compatible with Siri, so if you have an iPhone or Apple TV, you can literally tell your lights what to do. And they’ll actually do it. If that’s not the future, I’m not sure what is.
Both of these coupon codes are valid until June 30.
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