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Home Depot Presidents Day Sale 2021: The best tech deals

Presidents Day sales are with us, and with them come plenty of great deals such as these Home Depot sale offers. It can be intimidating to track down the best deals so we’ve done all the hard work for you. Read on as we pick out the best Home Depot tech deals going on right now. These great offers include Ring security cameras, smart thermostats, and a high-end air purifier among others.

Ring Stick Up Cam (Indoor/Outdoor) — $85, was $100

If you’re looking for the quickest way to install a security camera, we think this Ring Stick Up Cam might be it. It’s battery powered and works both indoors and outdoors. You can easily mount it on a wall or place it on a side of your home, depending on what you need it for. Considered to be one of the best wireless security cameras out there, we love that it offers 1080p HD video at all times, has motion sensors so you can focus on important areas at home, and will send you regular notifications to your phone any time motion is detected. Extensive privacy features maximize how much you can control it.

Ring Spotlight Cam — $160, was $200

Looking for another Ring camera? This Ring Spotlight Cam is another hit. It’s a battery-powered outdoor security camera that also offers 1080p HD video. The key advantage here is that besides the adjustable motion zones and privacy settings of the above example, it also has a LED spotlight and security siren. Using either can easily deter someone who might be up to something nefarious on your property, making them aware that you know exactly what they’re up to. Night vision ensures you’ll never miss a thing plus there’s Alexa support, too.

Ring Wireless Alarm Home Security Kit — $200, was $250

This Ring Wireless Alarm Home Security Kit promises to provide a customizable whole home security system for your family with the minimal amount of hassle. Set it up and you can receive notifications to your phone any time a door or window is opened or even if motion is detected when it shouldn’t be and your security has been armed. The accompanying keypad is one way of activating the system but it also works as a great way of quickly requesting assistance from emergency services. The whole setup is simple with no need for professional installation so you’ll be good to go in no time. We were pretty impressed in our Ring Alarm Security Kit review.

Nest Learning Thermostat — $220, was $250

A Nest Learning Thermostat is a great way of keeping your home warm but your energy bills low. Effectively, the device learns your favorite temperature settings along with your habits and adjusts things accordingly so you don’t have to. When you do feel the need to get more hands-on, you can change the temperature via the Nest app, even when you’re not at home. It’s a great way of ensuring your home is more energy-efficient and setup is simple for the majority of users. It’s one of the best smart thermostats out there.

Dyson Pure Hot + Cool Air Purifier — $400, was $500

Part air purifier, part heater, and part fan, there’s so much to love about this Dyson Pure Hot + Cool Air Purifier. That’s why it featured in our best air purifiers roundup. The HEPA and activated carbon filter captures 99.97% of allergens and pollutants including pollen, bacteria, and pet dander. That means the air you breathe is an uninterrupted stream of purified airflow plus you can also turn up the heat or cool things down depending on what time of year it is. It’s particularly ideal if you suffer from allergies or asthma.

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