Deal: Samsung SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit $99.99 – Prime Day 2018


If you are looking for a quick, easy, and all-in-one solution to getting a smart home up and running then look no further than this SmartThings kit from Samsung. This is purpose designed to come with everything you need to immediately create an effective and secure smart home monitoring system. Generally, this kit retails anywhere from $199.99 to $249.99, although Amazon has now added it to its Prime Day Deals by reducing the price down to only $99.99. For this price, you won't find a better system to get started with.

For example, this $99 deal includes the Samsung SmartThings Hub which is the main box that controls everything by acting as the go-between for all the other devices and your smartphone. Usually, this on its own retails for close to the $90 marker which means everything else is pretty much being thrown in for free.

Speaking of everything else, this SmartThings kit also includes two multipurpose sensors which can be placed anywhere and/or to interact with anything. So they could be attached to a window or door for security monitoring, or used to monitor temperature. Likewise, a Samsung SmartThings Motion Sensor is also included and this one is ideally suited for attaching to doors and receiving an alert when the door (or window) is opened. Closing out the package is a Samsung SmartThings Outlet which once in place and set up will turn any product plugged into it, to a smart product and allow the user to power it on or off. So with the main hub, multipurpose sensors, a motion sensor, and an outlet, this really is a bargain at $99.99.

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