Make stupid devices smarter with the Mini Smart Plug from Wemo & # 039; s with more than 20% discount

The Wemo Mini Smart Plug fits into any outlet without obstructing others, so that two smart plugs can be placed in the same connection. At the moment you can get one for just $ 19.99 from Amazon, below the average price of about $ 26. This is the best price we've seen on these plugs since the turn of the year and has just been withdrawn from the sale price during the holidays when it dropped to $ 18.70.

This deal is only good for today, as part of a larger one-day sale on Connected Living products by Belkin, Wemo and Linksys at Amazon and offers discounts of up to 50% off.

If you own an Echo Dot or other Amazon Echo device and have never purchased a smart home product, you can use the promotional code SMART10 to catch this smart plug for just $ 10!

The Wemo Smart Plug can be scheduled to turn on or off via the free Wemo app, so you can automate everything that you connect to the device. The Wemo app also features an "absence mode" that randomly turns the lights on and off to give the illusion that someone is still at home. Wherever you are, as long as you have access to the app, you can control the devices and electronics of your house directly from your phone. You never have to worry again about whether or not you have left the iron.

The best part about using these plugs is the ability to control your devices with your voice using an Amazon Echo device or other smart speaker. Wemo products work with Alexa, Apple & # 39; s HomeKit, Google Assistant, IFTTT and more, regardless of the smart home ecosystem you have purchased, these will be compatible and work great.

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