By Luke Anderson
I tend to turn my lights on when I enter a room, and off when I leave them. Sure, during the day I’ll sometimes leave them off and just let the sunlight come in, and other times I’ll sit in the dark and play games. However, if you’re the sort of person that avoids turning on most of your lights until the sun has gone down, you’ll find this timer switch to be pretty handy.
Rather than being programmed to turn on your lights at the same time every day, you program in your latitude and longitude. This way, your lights will come on exactly at sunset. At $40, it won’t break the bank, though the hard part will likely be hooking it up to your lighting.