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Etekcity Wireless Remote Control Electrical Outlet Switch (5), Wireless Remote (2), White $21.48 ac / fs @ amazon

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Size: 5Rx-2Tx | Color: White
  • Get 1 of Qualifying items for $21.48 offered by Etekcity. Enter code E9N7DJ3W at checkout.

  • Remote Control hard to reach appliances and devices without ON/OFF switches at the push of a button: an ideal ally to those with limited mobility; Integrate other Etekcity learning remotes and outlets to work seamlessly together
  • Seamlessly expand lets you activate multiple devices with one button or control one device with multiple remotes. Sync remote outlets together, regardless of frequency differences; Seamlessly expand your system with any Etekcity learning remotes or outlets
  • Eliminates wasteful standby power and reduce energy use; save on your electric bills
  • Strong RF signal works through doors and walls without interfering with other electronics; Operating from as far as 100 ft. in line of sight
  • Outlets remain off after a power outage to save energy; ETL and FCC approved for safety and quality assurance; Note: it's not compatible with echo
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Does anyone have experience with these? I think I'm pulling the trigger
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Does anyone have experience with these? I think I'm pulling the trigger
Got a set of these a few years ago from a slickdeals thread. Still work great, and especially for the holidays it can be useful to turn off multiple strands of lights with one remote.

Note the remote battery is an odd type.

Also not waterproof, so keep it dry.
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I can tell you this isnt much of a deal. These are normally close to this price. These are also the outdated ones. There are updated newer models of these now.

This is only $2-3 off...
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It's pretty good. We have it.
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Does anyone have experience with these? I think I'm pulling the trigger
I bought it year ago..still working great
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I can tell you this isnt much of a deal. These are normally close to this price. These are also the outdated ones. There are updated newer models of these now.

This is only $2-3 off...
This!

Also these are on "sale" almost every other week at amazon.
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Anybody know if works with Google home or harmony
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These are awesome, for those who are really lazy or just trying to be efficient. I have one connected to the lamp in my room and 3 remotes (1 doorway, 1 desk, 1 by the bed)
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Anybody know if works with Google home or harmony
You'd have to use another device to handle the http to 433mhz bridge. I've got it working using Raspberry Pi or Arduino with 433mhz transmitter via IFTTT

If less tech savvy you can buy the Hook Smart Hub which has Google Home and Alexa support. Look it up on amazon.
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I have three of these sets, all work great. Starting to switch over to WiFi outlets throughout the house, but these are much cheaper. Solid product, turned a few friends on to them
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Does anyone have experience with these? I think I'm pulling the trigger
I do. They're pretty nice, but a bit limited. I've since moved on to a SmartThings hub, and really the automation options that gives me and the ability to control from my phone.

But these are obviously much less expensive.
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I have been using these all over the home with the Hook smart home hub with Alexa and IFTTT support. I would recommend getting the Generation 2 Hook hub because it looks much nicer than the Kickstarter version and also has superior RF performance.
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Anybody know if works with Google home or harmony
You can use the Hook hub to connect these outlets to Google Home. I don't think there is a way to connect them to Harmony though, but why you would want it anyway? I am curious about your use case because I also have the Harmony and never considered connecting these outlets to Harmony.
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You can use the Hook hub to connect these outlets to Google Home. I don't think there is a way to connect them to Harmony though, but why you would want it anyway? I am curious about your use case because I also have the Harmony and never considered connecting these outlets to Harmony.
I have prelit theater seats I could connect to the outlet and turn off when we aren't in the theater
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