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Leviton 61 660 Watt, 125 Volt, Polarized Outlet-to-Lampholder Adapter, Brown $1.99 Prime

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I use this to get my smart bulbs configured near my base stations. Not the greatest price but great for Amazon since normally these are add-on items at this price. Saves a trip to the B&M.

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The inverse of this makes sense but what the hell is the use for this?
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The inverse of this makes sense but what the hell is the use for this?
It's for serial killer lair
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Just the item to test out the various kinds of potato fitment!
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The inverse of this makes sense but what the hell is the use for this?
Just think. If you take the inverse one you're thinking of and put it into your ceiling fan light, then plug a wall outlet smart plug into it, then plug this into the smart outlet and finally add a regular light bulb... You've just turned a regular bulb into a smart bulb for like $3-4. Repeat 4x and you've got a smart ceiling fan light. #GeniusMode
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BTW, these are useful also for testing outlets; better deal with this GI version in white.
https://www.amazon.com/GE-54173-A...Q4J0ZCGAJR
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