Make Your Whole Home Smarter With Koogeek Wi-Fi Smart Plugs Compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant On Sale Now

Mason Thibault | Contributor

Are you tired of having to get up at night from your bed to turn off your lights or TV? Koogeek, a brand known for its commitment to smart home consumer electronics has a cool and cost effective solution ready for you. These smart plugs are compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant  meaning if something (literally any electronic device is plugged in to them), you can turn that device off and on from the comfort of your home.

As mentioned above this is great if you are about to go to sleep but this is even super helpful if you forgot to turn something off and went to work or a daytrip through use of a compatible app. You can even set schedules or timers for turning things on and off, meaning you can give the appearance of being home while off on vacation!

These Plugs are slick looking and can fit easily on top of any outlet (Photo via Amazon)

These Plugs are slick looking and can fit easily on top of any outlet (Photo via Amazon)

Not only are these smart plugs super cheap, they are also cost effective in reducing energy use and helping you save on your energy bill! 

With multiple smart plugs (which plug right into your existing outlets) available with various discounts already applied, but you can save even more when you use the code TMG3SSWC to save up to $10 at checkout depending on how many smart plugs you buy.

Get Koogeek smart plugs today and turn any device in your home into a smart device, with plugs starting at just $9 after discounts

(Photo via Amazon)

(Photo via Amazon)

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