At Koogeek’s they really love their customers as they’re running a really cool Easter campaign that can potentially get you a free Apple HomePod among other prizes. If you’re feeling lucky or simply want to save some extra bucks, then keep reading!
Let’s begin with the best part – the giveaway. On Koogeek’s site you can indeed win either a quite pricey Apple HomePod, a Smart Bulb or a Smart Thermometer. The process is really simple: register on the site, play the game and cross your fingers. You can also get extra entries if you share the event on social media.
As far as deals go, we find the previously mentioned Smart Bulb on sale for just $29.99 using the coupon provided on the website for the various Amazon stores. The bulb works with Apple’s HomeKit framework, it’s RGB so it can produce up to 15 million colors, it’s dimmable and Siri controllable. And, finally, it has a maximum rated power of 8W which is equivalent to a 60W lamp.
On the site we then find the Smart Power Strip that also works with Apple’s HomeKit technology and it sports three independent AC outlets and three USB ports to charge your mobile devices.
Next we have the Koogeek Smart Socket which can also be controlled via Apple’s Siri through your voice anywhere you are. The smart socket can be configured to turn on and off automatically, plus it also shows how much electricity you consume in a said period of time.
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Among the many products on the site with provided coupons, we find the Koogeek smart plug that can turn off and on everything you’ve connected to it over WiFi. It does indeed work with Apple’s advanced HomeKit technology, which allows you to control it from your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple Watch or through voice commands on Siri.
Another product that Koogeek will be discounting is their Apple Homekit Enabled Smart Light Switch. This wall switch allows you to control your lights over WiFi on the Koogeek Home app or give out Siri voice commands. The device is really easy to control and comes with two separate switches to control different lights.
The Apple Homekit Enabled Smart Light Switch is also available in a two gang version (image below).