BayitWifiSocket

Take remote control of your household electronics with the awesome Bayit Smart Socket. Link your electronic devices and appliances to your WiFi connection and, using the simple iOS app, turn them on and off wherever you are in the world.

The Bayit Socket enables you to manage your devices from the palm of your hand. Schedule your coffee pot to turn on and wake up with a fresh brew, switch your oven on and come home to a warm dinner or switch on lights when you’re out to ward off intruders. How you use it is up to you.

One of the hottest products at this year’s CES, the Bayit Smart Socket is a simple but essential addition to the modern home. As well as offering the convenience and utility of remote control of your devices, the Bayit Smart can help you save money. Set the unit up properly and the Bayit Smart helps ensure you only pay for the energy you use. With energy prices going up, every little bit can help; this thing could even pay for itself over time.

We have the Smart Socket at iDownloadBlog Deals for just $39.99, saving you a healthy 27% of the retail price. Plus, the unit ships free in the US. Check out the deal.

  • Felipe Queiroz Drumond

    Cool, now I can turn off my toaster before it burn my toasts!

  • Eli Montoya

    Lol such an American product.

    • Okada San

      What does that mean? Companies from countries other than the U.S. make similar products as well.

    • mike

      It’s a product designed for a busy life.

  • 9to5Slavery

    Should help gamers with ps3 xbox as those have high standby electrical use.

  • Finnur Thomsen

    How is it different from Belkin Wemo, which has been on the market for ages?

    • Gucciipad

      About to ask that i have to wemos. I prefer Wemo

    • Eddie Jhay

      It cost Less than the Belkin Wemo, but all the same…

      • Finnur Thomsen

        Both devices cost the same when checking on Pricegrabber – $39.99.

      • Eddie Jhay

        Good to know, I was looking at Amazon…

  • Eikast

    This sounds great for a Raspberry Pi that allows remote access.

  • James G

    When I buy a house, this kind of thing is getting built in everywhere. I *will* have a connected home with everything automatable.