5 HomeKit gadgets you can't miss in the Prime Early access sale
Don't miss these HomeKit savings!
There is still time to pick up a great HomeKit bargain in the Amazon Prime Early Access sale, and we've rounded up our top five, check it out!
Amazon Prime Early Access Homekit Sales
Arlo Essential Indoor Camera |
$99 now $79 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Tis perfect indoor security camera has everything you need. Night vision, two-way audio, and a siren you can sound. Plus, it's completely hub-free meaning it just needs Wi-Fi access directly and that's it.
eufy SoloCam S40 |
$169 now $104 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The eufy Security SoloCam provides endless battery life thanks to solar power. It has a 600-lumen spotlight with a motion sensor to ward off unwanted visitors, or just light up your driveway at night. It also has a 2K resolution and like the eufyCam doesn't come with any attached fees or subscriptions. It works over 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi.
Meross Dual Smart Plug |
$16 now $12 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Meross Smart Plug works with Apple HomeKit, meaning you can use Siri to quickly switch appliances on and off using just your voice. It's rated for 10 amps and works over 2.4GHz WiFi and is the perfect starter item to make your home a little bit smarter.
Meross Smart LED Light Strip |
$40 now $28 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This Meross Light strip works with HomeKit so you can use Siri voice commands to change lights and turn them on and off. Also, it's a whopping 32.8 feet long!
Meross Dual Smart Plug (4-pack) |
$39 now $32 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The same as the above Meross Smart Plug deal, but get four for just $32!
There are plenty of other great deals to be had across Amazon's two days of Early Access sales, so be sure to tune in to our Amazon Prime Day Deals live roundup to keep on top of all the best money-saving opportunities!
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