If you have entered into 2022 ready to tackle and be part of the smart home revolution, then this deal will definitely appeal to you. For what is likely to be a limited period of time, it’s possible to get your hands on a pack of 4 ESICOO smart plugs for just $4.99 per unit. An excellent deal!

The purpose of these smart plugs is to essentially allow regular appliances to have a small amount of intelligence breathed into them without expending any effort whatsoever. Once set up in, lamps, fans, small appliances, and pretty much anything else that can be plugged in can be controlled via a smartphone as well as through a compatible voice platform, such as Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa.

The accompanying free-of-charge application gives the ability to control the connected appliances from anywhere in the world with simple on and off functionality. There is also the ability to use timer functionality within the app to automate when appliances should switch themselves on or off. This is perfect for people who travel a lot and who want to ensure that their property looks occupied by having lights and lamps come on at specified times of the day and night.

These smart plugs also come with the added benefit that they don’t need to have any additional hardware to function. They are Wi-Fi-based and simply require a 2.4GHz wireless network to work. Even the most non-technical person can get up and running with these plugs, which makes them the perfect purchase for anyone looking to get up and running with the fundamentals of a smart home without spending too much money.

Head on over to the direct link below to take advantage of this deal. There are no discount codes or coupons required but you will need to act with haste if you want to benefit from this fantastic deal.

Buy: ESICOO Smart Plugs, Pack of 4 from Amazon: $20.99 | Original price: $29.97

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