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Green Deals: Leviton 24-hour Programmable Timer Switch w/ Display $22 Prime shipped (Reg. $30), more


Amazon offers the Leviton Vizia 24-hour Programmable Indoor Timer with Astronomical Clock for $22.10 Prime shipped. For comparison, it has a list price of $60 but usually sells for around $30 online. Today’s deal is the lowest price that Amazon has ever charged.

Add this Leviton timer to your setup and you’ll be able to save money by programming schedules or using the timer function that automatically turns off your lights. It has a built-in display that shows time remaining, use, and also functions as a nightlight. The astronomical clock automatically adjusts your schedule to local sunrise/sunset times. Leviton includes three interchangeable face plates for different decors. Rated 4.3/5 stars by over 475 Amazon customers.

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Leviton offers many products that will help lower electrical costs and add convenience to everyday living. By simply replacing standard switches with timer switches will reduces energy consumption and extends bulb life. Better than ever – Leviton Decora Timer Switches offer advanced features, superior accuracy and contemporary aesthetics. Our robust selection provides convenient timed control of lighting and motor loads in homes, offices, schools, hotel rooms and other small commercial applications. Homeowners can set lights to turn on and off for a lived-in look while they are away, or automate control of heat lamps, pool pumps or bathroom fans. Our versatile selection includes fully programmable and preset timers in popular styles and colors.



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