Koogeek is a company that we don’t think gets enough love, because it offers a number of inexpensive smart home devices that are HomeKit compatible, when products from competing companies would cost considerably more.
Right now, you can save some cash on Koogeek’s already impressive pricing, with its door and window sensor available for just $22. That’s a saving of 30% – definitely not to be scoffed at.
With HomeKit built in, this is a chance to kickstart your own home automation system without breaking the bank, and with sensors for both windows and doors, you can have peace of mind while also using them to trigger automation, such as having lights turn on when you open the front door at your home. If that sounds cool – and it should – then you’re going to love what you can do when you really dip your toe into the world of HomeKit!
Buy: Koogeek Wireless Door/Window Sensor from Amazon: $21.89 with code 7O4M5R9P | Original price: $30
- [View door/window Status] You can check whether the door/window is on or off by using the Koogeek App or Apple Home App. Also, you can monitor multiple sensors at the same time and check whether the windows are closed before going to bed or leaving home.
- [Remote Access] Double Check your doors and windows are closed whether you’re traveling or just out for dinner. (Remote Access requires an Apple TV (tvOS 10.1), iPad (iOS 10.1 or later) or HomePod (iOS 11.3 or later) configured as a home hub).
- [HomeKit Automations] Setup an auto trigger on the Apple Home or Koogeek Home App to control other HomeKit compatible accessories. For example, turn on the lights to greet you when you open the door. (Setup trigger on Apple home require an Apple TV (tvOS 10.1), iPad (iOS 10.1 or later), or HomePod as a home hub, on Koogeek Home App donot need a home hub.
We can’t stress enough just how great the Koogeek kit we’ve tested is, and we wouldn’t hesitate in adding these to our setup.
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