This incredible eBay deal puts a WeMo Smart Plug in your home for $15
Slap a few of these puppies around your home and see how much easier life gets.
Update: Looks like the price went back up to $25. Sorry folks.
Smart plugs are all the rage right now. They’re perfect for folks who utilize Amazon Echo, Google Home, and even Siri. Say, for example, you want to turn off your living room lamp off, with the WeMo Smart Plug, you can just tell your Echo or Google Home device to turn it off. This saves you a trip from manually switching the lamp off. The possibilities are endless with these plugs.
Typically, WeMo Smart Plugs sell brand new for about $40. Today’s deal from eBay drastically drops the price down to just $14.99. Just keep in mind, these are refurbished devices, but at $15, you really can’t go wrong. These suckers go fast so be sure to scoop some up while they’re still available.
Here are some of the key features:
- Works with Amazon Alexa for voice control (Alexa device sold separately)
- Wemo is home automation the easy way: Plug in a Wemo Switch, download the free app, and start controlling your lights and appliances from anywhere in the world, right from your phone. No hub or subscription required.
- Why come home to a dark house? Why let the fan run if nobody’s home? Set on and off times for your lights and small appliances. Sync lights to sunrise, sunset, and other external events automatically. Create schedules from your phone and change them easily, whenever the mood strikes.
- The Wemo Switch protects your home better than a mechanical timer. In “Away Mode”, your lights will turn on and off randomly to confuse potential intruders and make it look like somebody is home.
- Works with Nest Thermostat so your lights and appliances “know” when you’re home or away, and respond automatically. Works with any smartphone or tablet running Android 4.1 and higher or iOS 8 and higher. Electrical Rating120V/15A/60Hz/1800W
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