Currant WiFi Smart Outlet Supports Amazon Alexa and Google Home

Currant WiFi smart outlet not only lets you remotely control your appliances with support of Amazon Alexa and Google Home, but also identify energy usage patterns and helps you save. Like the idea? Let’s keep checking.

Currant WiFi Smart Outlet Supports Amazon Alexa and Google Home

This is an advanced and easy-to-use smart outlet that weighs 11.7 ounces. As we can see from the images, the smart plug delivers a minimal and elegant appearance design, and the solid white exterior ensures it blends well with any interior style. Meanwhile, the compact form factor allows you to easily plug it in a wall outlet, and its rear plate can switch directions to keep cords organized and out of the way.

The smart outlet comes equipped with two 3-prong outlets to power up to two appliances at the same time. Built-in Bluetooth technology lets you set it up in seconds with your smartphone, while its WiFi connectivity allows you to remotely control the connected devices via your phone wherever you’re. Using its companion app, you can also create customized rules to control your home, for instant, turn your lights on at sunset, start the air conditioner just before you get home, and etc.

Currant WiFi Smart Outlet Supports Amazon Alexa and Google Home

Furthermore, the smart plug works with Amazon Alexa and Google Home so that you can control your devices with your voice, and it interacts with compatible smart home devices. Moreover, it also features advanced energy monitoring that shows you your energy usage and speeding by hour, day, month or year, and using artificial intelligence, it also identifies the energy usage patterns and suggests changes that help you save.

Currant WiFi smart outlet with energy monitoring is priced at $59.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to the product page for its more details.

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