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11 Sonoff smart wifi plugs for £44 using code stacking @ Rosegal
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Posted 9th OctShipping from China

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This will be a niche buy for some, you can get the unit price of these sonoff smart plugs down to just under £4 by bulk buying 11 of them.
They have an offer to get a discount when buying three plugs. Then add 11 to your basket. Then use the SHOP15 voucher at checkout to get 7$ off a $59 dollar buy.
Usual rules around chinese sellers apply, customs is always possible but less probable using the 20day ship method. Also untick shipping insurance and use a fee free credit card to pay.
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misterboumsong09/10/2019 10:54

I could not get mines to work on bt WiFi. Worked great on virgin though …I could not get mines to work on bt WiFi. Worked great on virgin though any assistance appreciated


Make sure you have different SSID names for the 2.4 and 5GHz frequencies from your BT router (eg add a suffix like BT72345_2G and BT2345_5G) and then connect the Sonoff devices to the 2.4GHz frequency. Most Smart devices only connect to 2.4GHz wifi signals.
Be aware, these are only rated to 10A (2200W), not the full 13A it’s possible to pull from a Uk socket. I’ve got 7 of these and very happy with them but just bear in mind the current limit. Think tplink ones are rated for 13A if that’s what you need but they’re normally a lot more expensive.
fubar88809/10/2019 10:59

Be aware, these are only rated to 10A (2200W), not the full 13A it’s p …Be aware, these are only rated to 10A (2200W), not the full 13A it’s possible to pull from a Uk socket. I’ve got 7 of these and very happy with them but just bear in mind the current limit. Think tplink ones are rated for 13A if that’s what you need but they’re normally a lot more expensive.


I don't know a lot about electrickery, but from what you've said, I'm guessing that running a TV, Nvidia Shield, a Humax satnav box, a sound bar, and some fairy lights off one Sonoff (via a surge protected extension lead) is not the best idea then. I did it for about a year but we've just moved house and we've not got everything set up yet, but maybe I need to rethink my plug setup going forward. I wish they taught these things at school as I'm finding it difficult to apply my two years of forced religious education to anything practical in my adult life. Still, at least I can turn to God when I burn my house down
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Heat , these are really good and do the job, got 5 of them when they were around 4 quid last time. Have been waiting for an offer since. Well worth the money don’t need so many though
Edited by: "peddaa" 9th Oct
Who needs 11 smart plugs hue hue hue
ct8909/10/2019 10:46

Who needs 11 smart plugs hue hue hue


Me.

Heated
I could not get mines to work on bt WiFi. Worked great on virgin though any assistance appreciated
misterboumsong09/10/2019 10:54

I could not get mines to work on bt WiFi. Worked great on virgin though …I could not get mines to work on bt WiFi. Worked great on virgin though any assistance appreciated


When pairing them I had issues in the past when I left my phone connected to the wifi network. Strangely they pair much better through your phone when using your own data plan for some reason. No idea why.
Edited by: "barneyonion" 9th Oct
ct8909/10/2019 10:46

Who needs 11 smart plugs hue hue hue


someone with 11 sockets
misterboumsong09/10/2019 10:54

I could not get mines to work on bt WiFi. Worked great on virgin though …I could not get mines to work on bt WiFi. Worked great on virgin though any assistance appreciated


Make sure you have different SSID names for the 2.4 and 5GHz frequencies from your BT router (eg add a suffix like BT72345_2G and BT2345_5G) and then connect the Sonoff devices to the 2.4GHz frequency. Most Smart devices only connect to 2.4GHz wifi signals.
misterboumsong09/10/2019 10:54

I could not get mines to work on bt WiFi. Worked great on virgin though …I could not get mines to work on bt WiFi. Worked great on virgin though any assistance appreciated


Must be 2.4GHz network not 5GHz.
Be aware, these are only rated to 10A (2200W), not the full 13A it’s possible to pull from a Uk socket. I’ve got 7 of these and very happy with them but just bear in mind the current limit. Think tplink ones are rated for 13A if that’s what you need but they’re normally a lot more expensive.
Van197309/10/2019 10:59

Make sure you have different SSID names for the 2.4 and 5GHz frequencies …Make sure you have different SSID names for the 2.4 and 5GHz frequencies from your BT router (eg add a suffix like BT72345_2G and BT2345_5G) and then connect the Sonoff devices to the 2.4GHz frequency. Most Smart devices only connect to 2.4GHz wifi signals.


Didnt know you could do that, thanks for the tip.
These work well, but it's annoying that the button gets blocked by your plug cable. I've considered taking it sort to see if it could be plugged in upside down.
ordered 44 many thanks.
Great buy, I use them all over the place and flash with Tasmota - ordered
da_murphster09/10/2019 11:10

These work well, but it's annoying that the button gets blocked by your …These work well, but it's annoying that the button gets blocked by your plug cable. I've considered taking it sort to see if it could be plugged in upside down.


It's because most other countries have the cable pointing out of the wall rather than down from the wall when you plug something in. The whole point is though that you use ur phone to switch them on and off.
da_murphster09/10/2019 11:10

These work well, but it's annoying that the button gets blocked by your …These work well, but it's annoying that the button gets blocked by your plug cable. I've considered taking it sort to see if it could be plugged in upside down.


Easy to do, mine are probably half and half.

smallstools09/10/2019 11:14

Great buy, I use them all over the place and flash with Tasmota - ordered



Yep, me too, not as simple to do as a Basic though.
Voted hot, have 4 of these, no issues since a year ago when I've got them. Used daily. £4 is a really good price, but to get 11 is a bit too much for me.
Didn't work for me even tried to connect with 2.4 frequency. Might be faulty one.
barneyonion09/10/2019 11:25

It's because most other countries have the cable pointing out of the wall …It's because most other countries have the cable pointing out of the wall rather than down from the wall when you plug something in. The whole point is though that you use ur phone to switch them on and off.




I have my coffee machine connected to it, Im upstairs and ask Alexa to turn it on , make my brew, then need to turn it off....pita to just the phone, can't use Alexa over the shouts of my kids etc.

Sometimes a button is still best!
Pretty sure this company also do a nifty line in shotguns.
misterboumsong09/10/2019 10:54

I could not get mines to work on bt WiFi. Worked great on virgin though …I could not get mines to work on bt WiFi. Worked great on virgin though any assistance appreciated


It may be because your router is on 5GHz when it is first trying to connect. Go to the settings of the router and change it to 2.4GHz then try connecting the plug again.
fubar88809/10/2019 10:59

Be aware, these are only rated to 10A (2200W), not the full 13A it’s p …Be aware, these are only rated to 10A (2200W), not the full 13A it’s possible to pull from a Uk socket. I’ve got 7 of these and very happy with them but just bear in mind the current limit. Think tplink ones are rated for 13A if that’s what you need but they’re normally a lot more expensive.



good safety point, low power ok, on/off-ing small devices etc, but spend a bit more (like the tplink mentioned on here) for the bigger power hungry items. Otherwise, these should work very well, but I wouldn't dare draw sustained loads of more than 2kW or go near the 10A rating, or heat is what you may get......
Edited by: "Gadgetman666" 9th Oct
Can you monitor the energy consumption?
barneyonion09/10/2019 10:56

When pairing them I had issues in the past when I left my phone connected …When pairing them I had issues in the past when I left my phone connected to the wifi network. Strangely they pair much better through your phone when using your own data plan for some reason. No idea why.


I found the phone was on 5g WiFi,using an older phone that does not use/connect to 5g WiFi worked no problem,basically I think if your phone your using is connected to the 5g band in your WiFi it will not connect,so using the older non 5g WiFi phone ..or via phone data works a treat.im not tech minded in any shape or form,just from experience
fubar88809/10/2019 10:59

Be aware, these are only rated to 10A (2200W), not the full 13A it’s p …Be aware, these are only rated to 10A (2200W), not the full 13A it’s possible to pull from a Uk socket. I’ve got 7 of these and very happy with them but just bear in mind the current limit. Think tplink ones are rated for 13A if that’s what you need but they’re normally a lot more expensive.


Yes good point, this overcurrent test on youtube is a good test of how they react to high current.
youtube.com/wat…91k
These are great and as cheap as chips. Also works without Home Assistant without flashing Tasmota.

Tip - do the initial setup with an old phone or tablet that doesn’t have 5GHz WiFi
misterboumsong09/10/2019 10:54

I could not get mines to work on bt WiFi. Worked great on virgin though …I could not get mines to work on bt WiFi. Worked great on virgin though any assistance appreciated


As others have said, you probably need to enable "separate bands" on the BT router, it will automatically add a "-5" suffix to the 5ghz SSID.

I have a 2.4ghz wifi IP camera that wouldn't initially detect the SSID of a BT smart hub until I split the bands on the BT hub, once split it detected the 2.4ghz SSID and I was able to set it up, and it would subsequently connect even with the SSIDs re-merged.

If I recall correctly, you also have to split the bands on a BT hub if you want to manually select channels to avoid conflicts with neighbours and it will continue to use the selected channels if re-merged.
melted09/10/2019 13:58

As others have said, you probably need to enable "separate bands" on the …As others have said, you probably need to enable "separate bands" on the BT router, it will automatically add a "-5" suffix to the 5ghz SSID.I have a 2.4ghz wifi IP camera that wouldn't initially detect the SSID of a BT smart hub until I split the bands on the BT hub, once split it detected the 2.4ghz SSID and I was able to set it up, and it would subsequently connect even with the SSIDs re-merged.If I recall correctly, you also have to split the bands on a BT hub if you want to manually select channels to avoid conflicts with neighbours and it will continue to use the selected channels if re-merged.


The two bands should never have the same SSID full stop, ludicrous that that is how they're usually supplied.
dwl9909/10/2019 13:24

These are great and as cheap as chips. Also works without Home Assistant …These are great and as cheap as chips. Also works without Home Assistant without flashing Tasmota.Tip - do the initial setup with an old phone or tablet that doesn’t have 5GHz WiFi


Or simply swap your phone over to 2.4 to set them up!
Bought some of these about 2 years ago when on here for about £5 each. Still use them everyday, never had any issues. Easy to use for timers etc using the app. Had all my Xmas lights in them last year worked great.
Good price, I’ve just ordered 2 for £11 so I’ll have 3 in total. Work great through my sky hub using Alexa / ewe app / nest / google home
The last 2 I bought have failed, bought different ones from Amazon now.
Signed up and verified my email and got 100 points, plus another 10 points from somewhere.
Played the spinning reward game and got 2x $9 off $59 vouchers but appears you can't stack vouchers or use sign-up bonus etc etc.
Ended up for 11 pcs.£3.80 each delivered and insured, pay later thru' PP for extra confidence.
Subtotal49.50 GBP
Insurance1.68 GBP
R Points Saving- 1.83 GBP
Coupon Save- 7.51 GBP
Grand Total41.84 GBP
Thank you for posting. A very good offer.
I've paid 41.13 GBP. (9$ off from wheel, no insurance, total $50.18) so it makes 3.74 gbp each delivered.
Well worth. Thaks op
functioned for couple months then just died, expensive
Edited by: "5hp" 10th Oct
5hp10/10/2019 00:50

functioned for couple months then just died, expensive


Can I ask what you had plugged into it? I’ve had quite a few running for 18 months + continuously and they’re still working fine but they are only switching relatively low current devices (lights, ip cameras, router, etc)?
fubar88809/10/2019 10:59

Be aware, these are only rated to 10A (2200W), not the full 13A it’s p …Be aware, these are only rated to 10A (2200W), not the full 13A it’s possible to pull from a Uk socket. I’ve got 7 of these and very happy with them but just bear in mind the current limit. Think tplink ones are rated for 13A if that’s what you need but they’re normally a lot more expensive.


I don't know a lot about electrickery, but from what you've said, I'm guessing that running a TV, Nvidia Shield, a Humax satnav box, a sound bar, and some fairy lights off one Sonoff (via a surge protected extension lead) is not the best idea then. I did it for about a year but we've just moved house and we've not got everything set up yet, but maybe I need to rethink my plug setup going forward. I wish they taught these things at school as I'm finding it difficult to apply my two years of forced religious education to anything practical in my adult life. Still, at least I can turn to God when I burn my house down
What is a smart plug what is a smart plug used for
Haha_Notmuch09/10/2019 11:13

ordered 44 many thanks.


I’m excited to find out what appliances you’ve got in mind for these! 44 table lamps? Desk fans? Space heaters?
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