Deal: Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch $25.49 – Prime Day 2018


There are plenty of smart products that you can now buy which already are compatible with a smartphone app. For all other home aspects, there are solutions which can be used to turn an otherwise dumb thing into a smart thing. Home lightning is a good example as there are products like the Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch from TP-Link which lets the user swap out the light switch plate for one which turns it into a smart light. And best of all, the Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch is currently an Amazon Prime Day deal and can be picked up for only $25.49.

Once set up and running the Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch will work much the same as any other smart device and permit the user to control room lighting directly from the app. This not only means switching the lights on or off at a given time, but also setting schedules for lights to turn on or off are preset times. In addition, the Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch is compatible with a number of voice assistants including Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Microsoft Cortana for added convenience.

While this is a product that require installation, TP-Link has looked to make the process as pain-free as possible with detailed and step-by-step instructions provided by the app. A point to note, this is one of the deals that is currently only available to Prime members with the discount reflected during the checkout process. Non-Prime customers can take advantage of a free Prime trial by clicking here.

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