Now that Amazon’s touchscreen-equipped Echo Show is out, and seems to be quite good, it bears repeating that you can buy two and save $100 with promo code SHOW2PACK. Owning two allows you to use them as videoconferencing intercoms, and even if you don’t need both yourself, maybe you could find a friend and go in…
These days, you probably charge as many things over USB as you do over standard AC outlets, so it only makes sense to add some semi-permanent USB ports to your home. Get a top-selling receptable from TopGreener today for just $16 with code VQIIDUIL, one of the best deals we’ve seen.
If you missed out on yesterday’s $130 Amazon Echo deal, you can still get it, but with one big catch: You’ll have to buy two of them. Just add two to your cart and use code ECHO2PACK to save $100. Now that all Echo devices work as in-home intercom systems, owning two might make more sense than it used to.
While you can’t control these Schlage deadbolts with your smartphone, the ability to unlock your front door with a passcode is perfect for house sitters or overnight guests, or for just unlocking the door while you’re carrying groceries.
The Amazon Echo is arguably this decade’s iPhone, and if you still don’t have one (or more) set up in your home, Amazon’s running an unprecedented $50 discount (if you don’t count the early-access deal for invited Prime members), today only.
Our readers have bought a lot of AC power receptacles with USB charging ports over the last few years, but if you were holding out for more future-proof options with USB-C and Quick Charge technology, TopGreener’s new, more powerful receptacles are cheaper than ever today.
You can’t control these power outlet switches with your smartphone, or tie them to IFTTT recipes like the Belkin WeMo line, but they sell for a tiny fraction of the cost of their smarter brethren, and can be controlled from across the room via the included remote. It’s only a half-measure towards creating a smart…
Update: These deals expire Saturday, so don’t miss your chance!
While they don’t have the brand recognition of Nest’s learning Thermostat, Ecobee’s smart thermostats one-up their popular competitor by pairing with wireless remote sensors that you can place elsewhere in your house, giving them a more accurate picture of your home’s overall temperature. Plus, they work with Siri and…
You know those motion-sensing light switches that companies install in office buildings to
squeeze out every possible penny of profit save energy and protect Mother Earth? Now you can put them in your own home for just $13 each with code YCQ2PM4N. If anyone in your house is chronically incapable of turning out the…
$70 for a Logitech Harmony remote is a great deal on its face, but the real reason to buy this model is the included Harmony Home Hub.
Amazon’s already promoting solid Father’s Day deals on the entire Echo and Kindle lineup, but if you don’t mind buying a refurb, this Lightning Deal blows everything else we’ve seen out of the water. $110 is $25-$40 less than the usual refurb price, $70 less than buying it new, and the best price we’ve ever seen.
Individual Philips Hue light bulbs have been frustratingly resistant to discounts over the years, so if you have a chance to save 10% on the latest model, you should probably swallow your pride and pull the trigger.
Rachio’s smart irrigation controllers get all the hype, but if they’re too expensive for your taste, Orbit’s six-zone smart controller is on sale for just $81 today. The Orbit integrates with your existing home irrigation system, but adds the ability to control and schedule your sprinklers via a smartphone app, or…
These days, you probably charge as many things over USB as you do over standard AC outlets, so it only makes sense to add some semi-permanent USB ports to your home.
We see deals on WeMo switches and TP-Link Smart Plugs on a pretty regular basis, but this similar product from Koogeek is Apple HomeKit certified, and only $22 today.
Logitech’s Circle home security camera can alert you to movement, let you check in on your cats from work, and act as an intercom, just like basically every other internet-connected security camera these days. But it’s unique in its ability to cut the most interesting things it sees each day into a 60 second highlight…