Grab three TP-Link Kasa smart light switches for $20 off on Amazon by clipping the on-page coupon. The 3-pack normally sells for $80, so you're saving a nice chunk of change with this deal. A single switch goes for $27, so you're saving more on each one individually in the 3-pack than you would buying them one at a time. If you've got a lot of places around the house you'd like to add some smart connectivity to, this is a great price.
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These switches work with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant for voice control, and you can also control them using your smartphone and the free Kasa app. You don't need a separate hub or anything like that. Just connect to your Wi-Fi network, connect to your smart home, and get going.
Use the smart switches to turn electronics on or off from anywhere in the world. You can also use Away Mode to turn devices on and off at different times, to give the appearance that someone is home. Set up schedules so the lights turn off when you leave and turn on before you get home. Do whatever you want. They're your switches. You can do whatever you want! Set them to turn on and off randomly just to annoy the other members of your house! It's fun.
In order to install these switches, you do need a neutral wire. And they work best in a single-pole setup only. Refer to the user manual, installation guide, and video before use. If you're worried, consult an electrician before trying to do it yourself.
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