Smarthome Offers Unique Gadgets for "Tech Dads"

Home Automation Superstore Has Hot Father's Day Gifts

Irvine, Calif. - Dad's grin and smile when they get ties and socks each year for Father's Day, but the time has come to get them something they really want. The search for the ideal Father's Day gift begins and ends at Smarthome.

With over 13,000 products available across categories such as cameras & surveillance; remotes & IR repeaters; and speakers, A/V & home theatre, Smarthome features the gadget products that "Tech Dads" want.

Among Smarthome's best -selling products are its INSTEON home automation controls that allow users to remotely control lights; appliances; and heating, ventilation and air conditioning controls (HVAC) remotely through switches, handheld controls, via computer interface and web -enabled Smart devices such as iPhones and iPads. If Dad enjoys spending his leisure time on the couch, an INSTEON home automation system can really turn that couch into his own "mission control".

Other products one might consider as "Dad approved" would be noise -canceling headphones from either Sony or Bose. If Dad does a lot of travelling for work, these headphones are ideal for use on planes and trains, giving him crystal clear sound without background noise from other travelers.

If Dad has multiple components in his entertainment system any of Smarthome's IR repeater systems are the perfect tool to clean up his entertainment cabinet. Each IR repeater system allows the user to use an existing infrared (IR) remote control to operate up to eight audio/video (A/V) components located behind closed doors or walls in an entertainment cabinet or equipment closet. Not only with Dad enjoy this gift, but Mom will appreciate a cleaner entertainment center.

Smarthome has created a selection of employee picks for Father's Day that can be viewed at

INSTEON is the best selling Home Area Networking (HAN) technology on the market. It is the only mesh network capable of utilizing two independent means of communication, RF and powerline thus also making it the most reliable technology. With over 200 products and kits on the market, INSTEON makes it is easy to link together home systems such as lighting, security, HVAC (comfort control), A/V, appliances, and sensors, allowing them to be controlled or monitored from anywhere in the world.

About Smarthome
Founded in 1992, Smarthome was created based on the realization of a need for automated products that make lives easier, safer and more enjoyable. Today, Smarthome sells more than 12,000 hard -to -find products, including home automation solutions featuring award -winning INSTEON technology. Smarthome sells online through their award -winning website at, through their direct mail catalog and via their brick and mortar retail store located in Irvine, CA.

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