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3-Pk BN-Link Smart Wi-Fi Outlet, Hubless w/ Energy Monitoring & Timer Function EXPIRED

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Century Products, Inc via Amazon has 3-Pak BN-Link Smart Wi-Fi Outlet, Hubless w/ Energy Monitoring & Timer Function (Compatible w/ Alexa & Google Assistant, 2.4 GHz network only) for $17.04 when you 'clip' the 5% off coupon located on the product page and apply promo code GFJ6PZMI at checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks tylixxa

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Smart WiFi Outlet with Energy Monitoring and Timer Function amazon


3-Pack includes three (3) Smart Plugs. Requires a secured 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi network connection. ETL Listed
Hands Free - Control the switches with your voice through Alexa & Google Assistant

code: GFJ6PZMI
Original price:30.99
Deal price: 17.04
40%code+5%coupon

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Concern here is the 2.4GHz requirement. My Orbi mesh network has issues with connecting devices on the 2.4 GHz network as you can't turn off 5 GHz.

At this price for 3 smart outlets with monitoring, worth the effort.
Try naming each frequency as a different network name and different password. That's what I did cause of issues with some of my apple products
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code doesn't work for me. WHY?
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Code is not working for me. Anyone know why?
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The sale is over.
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Mods should look at how many of these replies are from fake/spam accounts...

Otherwise, mark as expired and move on.
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This is like $60 per month running a space heater at $0.20 per kwh (supply and delivery unit cost)... not slick bro.
Yeah, I figured someone would comment on that. Electricity is under $0.11 per kWh where I live. My electric bill (no natural gas available) for heating our large house went from $600/mo for my central hydronic system last year to around $300/mo this year using space heaters (and it's been colder here this winter). Now, I'm only heating the spaces we're in instead of the whole place 24/7. The stats you saw are for the heater that's located in the main part of the house. I'd say saving $300/mo during the winter months is pretty good. Still a lot of $, but this is a huge sprawling place with a LOT of windows.
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Mods should look at how many of these replies are from fake/spam accounts...

Otherwise, mark as expired and move on.
You're right. That's A TON of new users who just want to say a code is invalid (when actually the price just changed). Does this happen often? I can't really figure out their motivation.
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Yeah, I figured someone would comment on that. Electricity is under $0.11 per kWh where I live. My electric bill (no natural gas available) for heating our large house went from $600/mo for my central hydronic system last year to around $300/mo this year using space heaters (and it's been colder here this winter). Now, I'm only heating the spaces we're in instead of the whole place 24/7. The stats you saw are for the heater that's located in the main part of the house. I'd say saving $300/mo during the winter months is pretty good. Still a lot of $, but this is a huge sprawling place with a LOT of windows.
Be careful you don't let your water lines freeze.
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Promo code doesn't work
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says code is invalid, so no thank you,why post something that is a one time use code?
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This is DED
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Code no longer valid. You can still buy this 3-pack for $30.
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says code is invalid, so no thank you,why post something that is a one time use code?
It wasn't a one time use. You just missed out.
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Concern here is the 2.4GHz requirement. My Orbi mesh network has issues with connecting devices on the 2.4 GHz network as you can't turn off 5 GHz.

At this price for 3 smart outlets with monitoring, worth the effort.
mrmcgooeTry naming each frequency as a different network name and different password. That's what I did cause of issues with some of my apple products
Go into your router setup and create a new 2.4GHz only connection. You can name it accordingly, making sure to password protect it with a password unrelated to the 2.4/5GHz connection. Then for security reasons don't allow it access to your network. Next, connect all of your Smart plugs, thermostats, microwaves, etc... to the 2.4GHz only connection.
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