Eufy’s $15.99 Smart Plug Doesn’t Require A Hub, Monitors Energy, Works With Alexa And Google Assistant

We’ve made no secret of our love or a good smart plug over the years. They’re wonderful ways of turning the most boring of appliances into something interesting and more importantly, smart. Have an old air conditioning unit or fan that needs some smarts? Plug it into a smart plug and watch it go. The Eufy Smart Plug is a great example of a simple, affordable unit and right now it’s super cheap, too.

If the Eufy name isn’t a familiar one, then you might better know it by its parent company name, Anker. The Eufy brand is used for all of its smart appliances, and this one is a great place to start if you’re looking to get your smart home off the ground. It’s a simple affair that includes scheduling, timers, and a remote control function that lets you use smart assistants like Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, too.

And then there’s the price. Normally this smart plug is well priced at $22.99, but right now you only have to pay a fraction of that.

Buy: Eufy Smart Plug by Anker from Amazon: $15.99 | Original price: $23

PORTABLE POWER SWITCH: Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant compatibility, in addition to the EufyHome app, let you turn on or off plugged in devices from anywhere.
SAVE MONEY: Track energy usage of devices and set operating schedules to eliminate unnecessary power consumption.
NO HUB REQUIRED: Just download the EufyHome app, set up, plug in your device and use. (2.4GHz Wi-Fi network support only.)

Unlike some smart home accessories, this smart plug doesn’t need any additional hubs to be installed in order to work. Simply set it up via the EufyHome app, connect it to your WiFi, and you’re good to go. Everything is then within a finger press of being turned on, turned off, or set via a timer or schedule.

All that for just $15.99!

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