Celebrate Earth Day by switching to smart gadgets that can help you switch to a greener and less expensive lifestyle! Not only can you save money by going green, you can also reduce your carbon footprint and help save the environment just by having the right products with you. Here are some gadgets you may want to consider starting with.

Anker 21W Solar Panel
Anker 21W solar panel is a compact and super lightweight device that allows you to enjoy free and unlimited power just by harnessing solar energy – no more worrying about low battery even in the great outdoors! It’s smart enough to discovers and replicates your device’s original charging protocol to provide its fastest possible charging speed and it has short circuit and surge protection technology to keep your devices safe.

Source: Anker | Amazon

WeMo Insight Smart Plug
WeMo Insight smart plug provides real-time reports on how much energy your devices are consuming so you can adjust accordingly. It can also be programmed to run on timer mode so that it can automatically cut off all electricity to the plugged device once the timer reaches zero.

Source: WeMo | Amazon

Google Nest Learning Thermostat
Google Nest learning thermostat literally learns your behavior so that it can adjust the temperature in your home to ensure that you are comfortable. Nest learns how your home warms up and keeps an eye on the weather to get you the temperature you want  and even automatically turns itself down when you’re away to avoid heating or cooling an empty home.

Source: Google | Amazon

Phillips Hue
Philips Hue can help you minimize energy cost plus it lasts up to 25,000 hours or 23 years with normal use. It also lets you choose from 16 million Colors and shades of white so you can frind the perfect ambient, work or party lighting without buying extra bulbs. Plus, it can be controlled with Google Assistant and Alexa.

Source: Philips Hue | Amazon

Automatic
The Automatic 2nd generation adapter plugs into just about any car to unlock the data hidden in your car’s onboard computer. The free mobile app (for iPhone and Android phones) pairs with the adapter via Bluetooth to diagnose engine problems, display trip logs and mileage, call for help in a crash and even avoid extra trips to the pump from reduced gas usage.

Source: Automatic | Amazon

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here