Never wonder or worry if you have left your garage door open again with this stunning deal on the myQ Smart Garage Door opening system. The price has dropped down to just$26.98 and you’ll also get $40 Amazon credit if you use the Key by Amazon service at a later date.

This myQ system gives you total control over your garage door system without having to physically be there. If you have a garage door manufactured after 1993 that comes with standard safety sensors, then this system should be compatible with what you have installed at your property. Once installed, you get to control, secure, and monitor your garage door from anywhere and receive real-time notifications when the door is in operation.

The improved hardware comes with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) that makes the setup easier than ever with minimal hoops to jump through. The improved mounting plate also makes the whole installation process of the hardware a lot simpler than with previous models. The syetm allows you to invite up to three people to securely control the system with the brand new Guest feature.

One of the additional great things about this hardware is that you can actually control a second garage door by simply adding a sensor into the hardware setup. It means that you don’t need to purchase a new controller if you have a property with a double garage door setup. Simple tp use and highly extensible.

If this is the type of deal that you want to get your hands on, then you should know exactly what to do by now. Head on over to the direct link below to purchase the hardware. And, next time you use Amazon for delivery, make sure to link the myQ system to the Key service and you will get an additional $40 added to your account in the form of Amazon credit.

Buy: myQ Smart Garage Door Opener, Wireless Smart Garage Hub and Controller from Amazon: $26.98 | Original price: $39.98

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