Alexa and Google enabled smart plugs that don’t need a hub are down to $6 each

Maren Estrada

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We don’t have to tell you anymore how awesome Wi-Fi smart plugs are. Having the ability to control all your “dumb” devices with a smartphone app or with your voice is just awesome. What we do have to tell you, however, is that spending $25 or $30 per plug from a big-name brand is just crazy. Why? Because you can get the same thing right now for a fraction of the price! Use the coupon code GOSUNDWP5 during checkout and you can snag a 4-pack of Gosund Mini Wi-Fi Smart Plugs for just $24.21. That’s only $6.05 per plug!

Here’s the scoop from the product page:

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  • Wi-Fi SMART PLUG: The simplest and most affordable way to make your home smart is to get a smart plug. Turn the electronics on/ off from anywhere with your smartphone. Work with Amazon Alexa, google or IFTTT to manage your devices through Voice Control. Hands-free experience, perfect for mom, the disabled, or the light switch with some difficulty to reach
  • SMART PLUG MINI: Small enough and this alexa smart plug can be shared with families to check and control home appliances on their phones
  • MULTI-FUNCTION SMART OUTLET PLUG: You can create a group/ scene for all your devices and control many with a single command. Set a schedule on the app so it goes on/ off at certain times of the day and any day of the week. You can start a countdown to turn it off. ETL and FCC listed
  • EASY-TO-USE SMART OUTLET: The setup is easy and fast. No hub required. Flexible control of a wide range of plug-in devices, such as light, fan, radio, fish tank light, Christmas tree light, crock pot, wax burners, monitors, speakers and chargers
  • BUY WITH CONFIDENCE: Gosund wifi plug is backed with 90-day money back, 2-year warranty and lifetime support.

 

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