Top Deals for Black Friday on Apple HomeKit Accessories

Cupertino, November 30, 2023

The biggest shopping day in the United States is just around the corner and retailers have discounted all kinds of smart home products ahead of the holidays. We've rounded up the best HomeKit deals for those looking to expand their Apple smart home ecosystems, and we've provided some discounts for smart home products that aren't HomeKit but are still great.


*Nanoleaf Shapes Hexagon Panels - $150, under $200
*Nanoleaf Shapes Mini Triangle Panels - $75, under $100
*Nanoleaf Triangle Panels - $150, under $200
*Nanoleaf Triangles Gamer Kit - $200, under $250
*Nanoleaf Elements Panels - $180, under $250
*Nanoleaf Lines - $150, down from $200
*Nanoleaf Lines Expansion Kit - $55, down from $70
*Nanoleaf Essentials 5m Light Strip - $50, down from $89
*Nanoleaf Essentials Light - $15, down from $20
*Nanoleaf 4D - camera and light strip – $80, down from $100
*Nanoleaf Holiday String Lights – $90, down from $120
*Philips Hue Play 2-pack – $101, down from $160
*Philips Hue A19 White and Color Bulb – $33, down than $55
*Philips Hue White and Color Starter Kit - $126, down from $180
*Philips Hue White and Color 6" Downlight, 4-pack - $180, down from $260
*Philips Hue Starter Kit with two bulbs - $80, down from $130
*Philips Hue White and Color 60W A19 3 pack - $80, down from $135
*Twinkly 400 LED String Light - $140, down from $220

Philips Hue has several offers where you can save 30 percent if you buy two or more products, including the bridge, dimmer switch, lamp sets, wall switch modules, light strips, smart buttons and smart plugs, with the offers listed on the Hue website.


Cameras and doorbells
Smart plugs and switches
Sensors and more
Smart locks and door accessories
AirPlay speakers and soundbars
Other HomeKit devices
Non-HomeKit accessories
*Ring Video Doorbell - $55, down from $100
*Ring Video Doorbell Plus - $120, down from $180
*Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2 – $150, down from $250
*Ring Wire Free Stick Up Cam – $60, down from $100
*Ring Floodlight Cam – $120, down from $200
*Ring Floodlight Cam Pro – $200, down $250
*Amazon Echo Show – $40, down from $90
*Netgear Nighthawk Wi-Fi 6 Router – $150, down from $300
*Eero Pro 6E Wi-Fi System – $400, down from $550
*Linksys Velop 6E Wi-Fi System – $350 , under $400
*Arlo Pro 4 Spotlight Camera Bundle – $280, under $600
*Nest Learning Thermostat – $180, under $250
*Google Nest Cam 2-Pack – $240, under $330
*Furbo Pet Camera – $80, under $120

For more Black Friday deals on Apple products ranging from Macs to iPhones to Apple Watches, make sure you check out our special Black Friday roundup. Trending Stories
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