Home automation is a great way of tying every-day things into your digital life, and when it comes to getting started there are two ways you can do it without spending a fortune. One of those is to start kitting your home out with smart lighting, and the other is to pick up some smart plugs to turn previously dumb devices into something a little more fancy.

It’s the latter that we’re going t share today, because right now there is a great deal available on a WiFi smart plug that does something most don’t – support Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple HomeKit.

Smart plugs normally support Alexa as a matter of course, while some also support Google Assistant as an additional benefit. Apple HomeKit support is usually reserved for the high-end plugs, so being able to pick one up at a great price is something that is pretty unusual.

The best part is that you can use offer code WSOA335 to buy two smart plugs and get one free or if you need more, use code WSOA545 to buy three and get two absolutely gratis from here. That’s five smart plugs for the price of three! This offer is valid till end of day on January 10.

One word of note. When ordering, be sure to select the correct type of plug beforehand. There are plugs with US, EU, UK, and Australian pins available. Don’t order one that won’t fit!

Complete details are as below:

  • Works with 2.4GHz WiFi.
  • Supports Apple HomeKit and Siri, Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant.
  • Does not require a hub to operate.
  • Rated to work at: 100-240V 50/60HZ (UK/US/EU/AU – depending on the model you pick)
  • Supports scheduling.
  • Supports devices with up to 2500W power output (region specific).

Buy: WiFi Smart Plug With Apple HomeKit, Alexa, Google Assistant Support: $34.95 for 1, $69.95 for 3 using promo code WSOA335, $99.95 for 5 using promo code WSOA545 | Original price: $49.95 for 1

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