Smarten up your home with discounted Koogeek smart plugs and light strips

Smart home products really hit the mainstream in 2018, and it's getting even more affordable to kit your home out with all manner of smart devices. Koogeek is offering a bunch of its smart home wares at a discount today, with up to 40% off when using the correct coupon codes.

If you want to bring your dumb appliances into your smart home setup, you need to snag yourself some smart plugs. Individual Koogeek Smart Plugs drop to just $19.79 when you use code HZBXAYMY at checkout. That saves you over $10 off its usual price there, so you might want to pick up a few. With this plug, you'll be able to control your outlets from afar using the accompanying app or just your voice. For iOS users, it has the added ability to track your energy consumption for the device it is connected to.

On the other hand, you could pick up two of Koogeek's Mini Smart Plugs for only $16.99 when you enter promo code MW9H8ECX during checkout. That's only $8.50 apiece, but these two aren't HomeKit compatible like the model above. They work with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, though, and can be automated to turn on or off at set times. You can even control them remotely when you're not at home. Similarly, the 2-meter Koogeek Smart Light Strip has many of the same smarts and can be used to provide ambient, colored lighting in or outside your home. It's 25% off when you enter PSNRH2NQ at checkout, and there's currently a clippable coupon on its product page that can save you an extra 5% for a limited time.

Whether you're set up with a bunch of Amazon Echo devices, have a HomePod or use Apple's Home app, or use Google Home products to control your smart devices, these Koogeek accessories will fit right in. They don't require an extra hub to make them work, just a Wi-Fi network. If you're just getting into smart home stuff, they also make for a super simple entry point.

Adam Oram
Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at [@adamoram](