Get one of the best prices ever on a GE Enbrighten Z-Wave Smart Fan Control

Once you've outfitted your home with all sorts of smart tech, anything that isn't smart can start to stick out like a sore thumb. Add more for less with this GE Enbrighten Z-Wave Plus Smart Fan Control (opens in new tab) on sale for $36.50 at Amazon. It has a shipping delay of one to two months, but this price is the best we've seen since December, and the product doesn't drop in price very often either. Locking in the low price now will ensure that you get it as soon as you can and save you a ton of cash compared to the usual $50 cost in the process. Shipping is free.

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Control compatible fans with this switch and your favorite smart home voice assistant. As long as you have a Z-Wave hub and a neutral wire, this switch should work in your home. It has great reviews and has only sold for less once.

The deal given is no longer valid and we do not have a better one. However, we have found some similar deals

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So first thing's first: this product requires a Z-Wave certified hub (opens in new tab). If you don't have a Z-Wave hub, it's not going to work. Make sure you already have a hub or you're okay with purchasing one before you delve in any deeper.

Now that you've got your hub, all you need is a neutral wire, and the GE Switch will work flawlessly. It allows you to operate, schedule, and create custom scenes for your ceiling fan wirelessly using either your smartphone or your voice and a smart assistant like Alexa (opens in new tab) or Google Assistant (opens in new tab). The switch works with indoor and outdoor ceiling fans, and installation is easy as well. The customer reviews (opens in new tab) are positive overall, and today's price is a great one that we don't expect to last for long.

Now that your ceiling fans are smarter, what about the rest of your home? Whether you want more voice control, color-changing lights, or a way to keep your property secure, there are tons of options on the market. Check out this list of the best smart home products under $50, or if you have a bigger budget, the best smart home products under $100, for more ideas.

Louryn Strampe

Louryn saves money on everything she buys. In between waiting for Amazon deliveries, she googles the Animal Crossing Switch release date, hand-letters on her iPad Pro, and downloads a zillion match-three apps. She also loves Skyrim, makeup, and beer. Find her on Twitter: @lourynstrampe