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Top 10 energy saving devices

Top 10 energy saving devices

Top tips for how to save money on your energy bills this winter, with our list of the top 10 useful energy saving devices

With inflation and energy bills sky high, we’re all feeling the crunch now, so it makes sense to be on the lookout for ways to save energy and money. So here are a few energy saving devices that could help you to do both.

1. Energenie energy saving power meter

energenie smart meter

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This easy-to-use power meter is great for taking stock of energy use and the cost of different appliances in the home. Simply plug any 13-amp rated appliance in and you’re good to go.

2. ANSMANN AES-1 smart plug

Ansmann smart plug

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Smart plugs have become a bit of an ingenious idea in the past few years, as a way of safely controlling electronics and reducing energy consumption, the AES-1 is easy to operate and should be saving you money in no time.

3. Paris RHONE ceramic heater

Paris heater

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Heating in the home is one of the biggest culprits of energy consumption, especially later in the year and into winter, so logically an energy efficient heater is definitely something to look into. The Rhone is surprisingly portable, with 3 speeds and an A+ energy rating.

4. Google Nest Thermostat

Nest thermostat

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Google’s nest thermostat can control everything from your hot water tank to overall temperature, with the aim being to efficiently help you save energy as it learns from your home habits and adjusts how it works.

5. LED GLS lightbulb

LED lightbulb

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Lighting is another one of the big domestic energy consumers and energy efficient lighting has become somewhat of a staple in the modern home. So this is where LED lightbulbs come in, relatively cheap and importantly they can save significantly in energy usage.

6. Aigostar electric kettle

aigostar kettle

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Just about everything is smart nowadays but have you heard of smart kettles before? Well they’re a pretty neat idea, coming equipped with variable temperature depending on what drink you want to make and a warm function to keep water hot for up to 2 hours.

7. Pxwaxpy solar power bank

px power bank

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Power banks are hugely convenient and can be helpful in a pinch when you’re outside and low on battery— combine that with solar power and you have potentially endless mobile power supply. All without having to charge it at home too.

8.  Logitech K750 solar keyboard

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That big ball of energy in the sky we call the sun could solve all our energy needs tomorrow if we could use all of its power—but for now we’ll settle with using solar power where we can, like with this innovative wireless Logitech keyboard.

9. Magzo magnetic thermal insulated door

magzo thermal door

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This insulated door is designed to save energy by preserving heat as well as reducing noise, suitable for normal sized door frames, it will take some installation, but it doesn’t seem to be too complicated.

10. Phillips Hue indoor motion sensor

Phillips motion sensor

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The Phillips Hue motion sensor does what it says on the tin, detecting motion in a room and switching lights on upon entry and off when you leave. You can put it just about anywhere in your house but note that it only works with Phillips Hue smart bulbs.

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