One thing we often get lazy at doing are chores. We have seen that, in a smart home, we can automate pretty much everything. Corporate giants like Samsung are regularly launching new products on the market of household appliances. In this post, we are giving you some tips to help you reducing the time you spend on chores and let you focus on what’s important to you !
After a bad night sleep, all you need to wake you up is a strong coffee. What if your Mi Band (connected health wrist band) could send a message to your coffee machine ? Today it is possible : with smart machines like Firebox or the Nespresso Prodigio. You can brew your coffee on demand or make it brew automatically when you wake up.
It’s time for your weekly grocery shopping and you are wondering if you have some eggs left at home. Simply check your smartphone! There could be a message from your fridge, with a picture of the food remaining inside it. This is possible with a smart fridge like the Samsung Family Hub.
With the 6th Sense Live technology, Whirlpool appliances are connected to Wi-Fi. Their Smart Dishwasher let you check its status with your smartphone. You can even start it remotely.
LG also has its technology for connected appliances (check out the Smart ThinQ Oven). If you are on a hurry on your way back home, you can turn on your smart oven preheating from your phone. When you reach home all you have to do is to put your mac & cheese in.
Washing machine & Dryers
You can control a smart washing machine to make it start when you leave the house, or when the water is cheaper. The Samsung WW9000 or the Whirlpool Duet are good examples.
A connected vacuum can also be very useful. Go check our post about the Neato Botvac for more details.
Finally, you can simply use smart plugs on your appliances. At home, I have one on my kettle, which turns on automatically when I wake up in the morning. Fresh tea guaranteed!