A smart deal! Amazon just marked down smart home devices, modems, security cameras and more — starting at just $12

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Save up to 52 percent on select smart home products. (Photo: Amazon)

Looking to convert your home into a smart home? You’re in luck! Amazon’s deal of the day is on select smart home products from the top name brands, including Kasa, Wemo, NETGEAR and more.

Today only, you can save up to 52 percent on select cable modems, mesh routers, home security cameras and flood lights and more on sale. Prices start as low as $12 with this Kasa Smart Light Bulb by TP-Link. This is a smart home Wi-Fi light bulb that you can control with your smartphone or just the sound of your voice via Alexa or Google Home. It’s normally $25, but you can snag one for just 12 bucks thanks to this daily deal.

If this smart home light bulb isn’t your thing, there are other devices on sale right now. Shop some of our favorites below and check out the rest of the deals here.

Why pay upwards of $168 per year on your cable modem from your cable company? Yup, that’s how much you’re paying every year just to rent a cable modem that you can just buy on your own.

The Netgear Cable Modem CM500 can hook you up with fast internet speeds up to 300 Mbps, while it’s compatible with every major internet service provider, including Comcast Xfinity, Time Warner Spectrum, Cox and much more. Just plug it in, verify with your cable company and start saving money every single month. You can save up to $124 in the first year of use alone.

“This cable modem is inexpensive, compact, very easy to install, and does the job nicely! I didn't even have to talk to a person at my cable provider to switch,” a satisfied shopper wrote. “I just went to the Optimum Cablevision URL supplied with this replacement modem, entered the new modem's MAC address, and switched within minutes. No more paying a monthly rental fee to Optimum Cablevision (Altice).”

Shop it: Netgear Cable Modem CM500, $44 (was $63), amazon.com

Trying to head to bed, but the light switch is all the way on the other side of the room? Forgot you left your kitchen light on? Turn them off using your voice.

The Wemo Wi-Fi Light Switch light switches work with Alexa, Google Home and even Apple HomeKit to convert your old house lights into smart home lights. Now you can simply command your lights to turn on and turn off with your voice or smartphone, so you don’t have to go from one end of the house to the other just because you left a light on.

“These are amazing devices. I've been waiting for a simple, clean, functional 3-way switch. This is it,” wrote a delighted five-star Amazon shopper. “It connects easily to wifi, Alexa, etc. The instructions are clear and simple. The product is stout and robust. It installs and uninstalls easily. Great product.”

Shop it: Wemo Wi-Fi Light Switch (two-pack), $60 (was $80), amazon.com

Kasa Spot Indoor Camera can keep an eye on your home—even if you’re not there. Each camera comes with a sharp 130-degree wide view that can stream a live feed to your laptop or smartphone. The cameras even work with Alexa and Google Assistant for hands-free navigation and voice commands. They also come with built-in night vision, so they can work in the dark, too.

“Great indoor camera. We set this camera up to keep an eye on our house when we are not home and for when we go on vacation,” wrote another happy five-star reviewer. “It was really easy to install, the picture is clear, and the sound quality is good. The motion detection is a really nice tool to have.”

Shop it: Kasa Spot Indoor Camera (three-pack), $90 (was $120), amazon.com

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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