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Best Black Friday HomeKit deals on smart lighting, locks & more

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If there is ever a time to get into Apple’s HomeKit — or add to your existing collection — it’s during Black Friday sales. Here are the very best HomeKit deals you can get.

Apple’s HomeKit ecosystem is great, but let’s be honest — it can get expensive, fast. There are periodic sales which we cover every day, but it’s Black Friday weekend!

A large array of devices and lighting are on sale right now. And, perhaps, only very briefly, so you may want to pick up what you can, as early as possible!

We will be updating this post for the next few days as we find more great deals.

Smart home lighting

  • Philips Hue White & Color Ambiance A19 Bluetooth LED Smart Bulbs (3-Pack) – Multicolor now $89.99 ($45 off)
  • Philips Hue Ambiance Gradient Lightstrip Base now $149.99 ($30 off)
  • Philips Hue Ambiance Gradient Lightstrip Extension now $49.99 ($20 off)
  • Philips Hue Play HDMI Sync Box – Black and Hue Play Gradient Lightstrip 65 now $419.98 ($100 off)
  • Nanoleaf home lighting range now discounted between $10 and $50

Locks

Yale Assure Lock

Yale Assure Lock

  • Yale Assure Lock Touchscreen, Wi-Fi Smart Lock (Black Suede) now $229.99 ($60 off)
  • Yale Assure Lock SL, Wi-Fi Smart Lock (Satin Nickel) now $228.99 ($25.89 off)
  • August Wi-Fi, (4th Generation) Smart Lock now $159 ($80 off)
  • August AUG-SL-CON-S03 Silver Smart Lock Pro now $299.99 ($15 off)

Smart plugs, home cameras, and more

Eve Motion Sensor

Eve Motion Sensor

  • Up to 30% off Eve HomeKit Accessories
  • Up to 20% off Meross HomeKit Accessories

Additional Black Friday tech deals

Best Apple prices

There are plenty of additional tech sales going on leading up to Black Friday, including exclusive discounts on iPad Pro and MacBook Air models. Here’s an overview of the special offers running:

Josh

Josh is a Staff Writer at Geeker. He has close to a decade of experience covering consumer technology and previously worked as a News Editor at XDA Developers. Josh loves all things technology and is also an avid DIYer at heart. He has written thousands of articles, hundreds of tutorials, and dozens of reviews.

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