Amazon is offering an excellent deal on smart plugs that takes 25% off the Kasa by TP-Link smart plug 2-pack for a limited time.
Now on sale for $14.99, this is a great opportunity to stock up on smart plugs at a budget-friendly price. Allowing old appliances to be controlled via modern smart tech (smart phones, voice assistances, etc.), smart plugs are a must have for anyone looking to bring their home into the modern era.
Now: $14.99 | Was: $19.99 | Savings: $5 (25%)
Ready to bring your home into the 21st century? Compatible with Alexa, Echo, and Google Assistant, Kasa by TP-Link smart plugs are easy to setup and simple to use. Connect via Wi-Fi and control your home appliances with voice control or mobile app in minutes.
TP-Link offers some of the best smart plugs on the market, all of which are easy and quick to setup.
Compatible with your favorite voice assistants, Kasa by TP-Link smart plugs turn any appliances into a smart appliance with voice control as well as mobile app control. Download the Kasa app to turn appliances off and on from anywhere, or just ask Alexa to do it for you.
This limited time offer takes 25% off a two pack of Kasa by TP-Link smart plugs, offering a solid discount on a top rated smart plug. The smart plugs are UL listed and run at 15 amps, and feature simple button functionality for ease of use.
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