Microsoft Microsoft Store Early Boxing Week: Lenovo Y720 Gaming Laptop $1149, Dell G3 Gaming Laptop $749, JBL Bluetooth Speaker $50 + More Microsoft's Early Boxing Week Deals are Live Now!

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There's no need to wait until Boxing Day at the Microsoft Store, because their Early Boxing Week Deals are live now and you can save on popular products including computers, Xbox consoles, smart home accessories and more!

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These Microsoft Store Early Boxing Week Deals are effective online and in Microsoft retail stores until December 31. The Microsoft Store offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.

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    • Time to PM at Best Buy
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    • sellurcell wrote:
      Dec 18th, 2018 7:17 am
      Time to PM at Best Buy
      Lol not sure if serious but why not just order online and get it to your door.
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    • > Get it as soon as December 31
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    • Dang just received my 3 minis order from Amazon .
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    • this things are surprisingly good.. been very happy with them
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    • Mendes wrote:
      Dec 18th, 2018 8:07 am
      this things are surprisingly good.. been very happy with them
      Can you share what you actually use them for?
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    • dptrain wrote:
      Dec 18th, 2018 8:09 am
      Can you share what you actually use them for?
      Autotimer for the storm door tube light.
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    • Don't forget ebates 5%
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    • umega890 wrote:
      Dec 18th, 2018 8:12 am
      Autotimer for the storm door tube light.
      Would that be the light for the front of your door?
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    • Omg, thanks Op. I rently changed my light switches and bought a few of these plugs. Love them. Gonna buy a few more!!

      A little bit an off topic question, does anyone know if tp-link(preferred to operate in one app) or other manufacturers have a smart plug or similar device that would either indicate/warn of a temperature drop or work similarly to a thermostat. I need to be able to control a portable heater in a garage to prevent water freezing. Thank you.
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    • dptrain wrote:
      Dec 18th, 2018 8:09 am
      Can you share what you actually use them for?
      I have 4 of the mini plugs in use. 3 in the living room (2 table lamps and 1 floor lamp) plus 1 on the bedroom light. I have a routine setup for my amazon echo that "good night" turns off all the main floor lights (I have a bunch of switches as well) and turns on the bedroom lamp.

      The floor lamp gets put away during Christmas and becomes the Christmas tree timer.
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    • dptrain wrote:
      Dec 18th, 2018 8:25 am
      Would that be the light for the front of your door?
      Yeah, it's hooked to the garage with a plug, we used to use one of those oldstyle autotimer and set it to light up at night, now we just use the smart plug.
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    • dptrain wrote:
      Dec 18th, 2018 8:09 am
      Can you share what you actually use them for?
      I have mine setup up in the basement with their scheduler for turning on/off the dehumidifier. It's actually very convenient and I can also ask Alexa to turn it on/off outside of the schedule.
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    • dptrain wrote:
      Dec 18th, 2018 8:09 am
      Can you share what you actually use them for?
      christmas tree, portable air conditioner, electric fireplace, ip camera

      unfortunately i have many different brands of switches so i just control them through google home mini
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    • I use a smart plug with a relay to operate my gas fireplace... Hey google turn on fireplace
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    • Pupsik27 wrote:
      Dec 18th, 2018 8:26 am
      Omg, thanks Op. I rently changed my light switches and bought a few of these plugs. Love them. Gonna buy a few more!!

      A little bit an off topic question, does anyone know if tp-link(preferred to operate in one app) or other manufacturers have a smart plug or similar device that would either indicate/warn of a temperature drop or work similarly to a thermostat. I need to be able to control a portable heater in a garage to prevent water freezing. Thank you.
      You need something like this
      ANRIS Sonoff TH16 2017 New ITEAD WiFi Smart Switch Remote controller Waterproof temperature probe Smartphone Temperature Sensor For Smart Home https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B071L7ZT9S/ref ... gCbZS8H5F6
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    • Gonad wrote:
      Dec 18th, 2018 7:41 am
      Lol not sure if serious but why not just order online and get it to your door.
      I am serious.

      I need these before Christmas.
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    • Anyone tried using these outdoors for Christmas lights? Not exposed to elements of course, but just the cold temperature.

      In the specs, it shows operating temperature 0-40C.
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    • Does anyone know if these can be made homiket compatible with a bridge or something
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    • er34er34 wrote:
      Dec 18th, 2018 9:12 am
      Anyone tried using these outdoors for Christmas lights? Not exposed to elements of course, but just the cold temperature.

      In the specs, it shows operating temperature 0-40C.
      Been using it outside for 2 years. Even right now it turns on and off the outdoor lights.
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