Save Money On Your Power Bill with This Smart Switch

The Meross Smart WiFi Wall Light Switch uses a smartphone app and voice controls to help reduce your electric bill.
The Meross Smart WiFi Wall Light Switch uses a smartphone app and voice controls to help reduce your electric bill.

Your home’s lighting is one of the most important factors when it comes to setting the mood, and your lighting’s influence on the great outdoors (and on your wallet) can’t be underestimated. Leaving the lights on accidentally after you leave the house, falling asleep without turning off that hall lamp, or picking poorly timed intervals to light up your residence when you’re on vacation can leave you with a shocking utility bill at the end of the month. If you want to reduce your electric bill and use less energy to give Mother Nature a hand, the Meross Smart WiFi Wall Light Switch is here to help.

This WiFi wall switch lets you turn your lights on and off, schedule your lighting so you can come back to a brightly lit room after work, and control everything from the accompanying smartphone app. The sunrise/sunset setting is great for making it seem like you’re home when you’re off on vacation, and you can easily find your switch at night with the LED indicator. Best of all, this smart switch integrates with Amazon’s Alexa, Google Assistant, and IFTTT, so you can control all of your home’s lighting and ceiling fans with voice commands. You’ll never accidentally leave the lights on again, and your electric bill will thank you.

Usually, a two-pack of the Meross Smart WiFi Light Switch costs $45.99, but right now it’s on sale for $39.99 (13% off).


Meross Smart WiFi Wall Light Switch: 2-Pack – $39.99

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