Have Smart Curtains Like A Hotel with the SwitchBot Curtain

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Do you hate waking up in the morning, pulling yourself out of your warm bed and opening your curtains?

What if you could open them without even getting out of your cozy blankets? Now you can with the SwitchBot Curtain, by bring smart technology into your home.

The SwitchBot Curtain is the easiest way to make your curtains smart within seconds of installation. Connected to an app on your phone, you can use your curtains without even touching the fabric or string to pull them open. Practically anyone can install the SwitchBot Curtain, as they simply hook onto your curtain rod and open and shut your curtains within 30 seconds.

There are many features to the SwitchBot Curtain that will make you want to make even your curtains smart in your home.

Key Features

The SwitchBot Curtain fits any curtain rail that you have set up in your home. Whether it is an I rail, U rail, or a rod, the SwitchBot Curtain will be able to fit around whichever rail you prefer, just ensure that the dimensions of the rail will fit your SwitchBot comfortably.

You are even able to schedule when the SwitchBot Curtains will open the blinds to let the morning sun into your room. Open the blinds in your kitchen before you even leave the comfort of your bed with either the sunlight sensor, timer control, or app control while you are still snuggled under your blankets.

Through connecting your SwitchBot Curtain to your Amazon Alexa, you will be able to even use voice control to open and close your curtains from the comfort of your couch or bed.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

There are many of us who are searching for ways to use voice activation or our phones to control aspects of our homes, and with the SwitchBot Curtain, you can now have smart curtains in your own home.

Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.