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It's the clash of the color-changing bulbs -- which smart light is the right pick for people who crave connected color controls?
No, the U by Moen Smart Shower isn't a connected gadget meant for a casual upgrade, but if you're remodeling to something fancy anyway, the price and the smarts make sense.
The $149 Lux Geo thermostat gets the job done, but other models offer more.
The Kalita Wave 155 coffee maker isn't for casual java drinkers, but if you have lots of patience and time the payoff is fabulous.
Yale locks have impressed us in the past, but the key-free Assure lock is a big ol' swing-and-miss.
Smart yet affordable, Neato's D3 robot vacuum cleans efficiently but pet hair gives it headaches.
Ezviz's $80 Mini 360 Plus gets a few things right, but 360-degree tracking isn't one of em.
You plug your electric range into the iGuardStove Intelligent, and the Wi-Fi-enabled device will shut off the power if you step away for too long.
If you're already invested in the smart home, the Pop offers an extra measure of convenience -- for a price.
Complete with Alexa, the Brilliant Control can do much more than just flip on the lights.
No dimmer switches? No problem -- just turn the Philips SceneSwitch LED off and back on to change the brightness.
As it turns out, bringing connected tech into the shower can work -- though Moen's app controls come at a high price.
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