2 x TP Link HS100 Alexa Plugs Amazon - £49.99
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2 x TP Link HS100 Alexa Plugs Amazon - £49.99

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Found 1st Mar
These have been out of stock in past few weeks, and currently £29.50 each or 2 for £49.99.
While not as good as some previous deals, I cant find them cheaper.

Perfect to use with Alexa, I am setting up some outdoor security lights and these are perfect.

I have the wemo and the hive ones, but like these TP Link more
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Anyone tell me where I can get these cheaper?
I have these and a set of sonoff ones, I have not found really much difference between the two except price. If you wanted big branded ones buy these, if you want to save money buy sonoff ones for £8 each.
tonymcg2 m ago

Anyone tell me where I can get these cheaper?


tesco.com/dir…prd?skuId=794-2172&pageLevel=sku&sc_cmp=ppc*PX+-+DNF+Electrical*PX+-+Google+-+Shopping+-+Generic+-+Accessories*PRODUCT+GROUP794-2172*&ds_kid=92700027142267744&gclid=Cj0KCQiA5t7UBRDaARIsAOreQtg9sORr58ZCsiVmF_fg3FQEOZQyAh7SXMTm83p9j8an6LvIskPT54kaAu8cEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds&dclid=CODLw-qqy9kCFXUe0wod7k8D8Q&source=others
I have these and they are super reliable and easy to setup just a shame they don't work with samsung ST
Alllfff8 m ago

I have these and they are super reliable and easy to setup just a shame …I have these and they are super reliable and easy to setup just a shame they don't work with samsung ST


They do work with ST! See community.smartthings.com/t/h…538

@OP - £32 each at Tesco Direct: tesco.com/dir…prd
I bought my tp link plugs when argos had a 3 for 2 deal on, I would wait there's bound to be a deal on somewhere..
Standard price is like £25, they usually go cheaper at random points although one of the discounters was Maplin...
Alllfff35 m ago

I have these and they are super reliable and easy to setup just a shame …I have these and they are super reliable and easy to setup just a shame they don't work with samsung ST


They do actually. I have 2 of the energy monitoring versions set up in smartthings and can control them andsee the energy usage.
stoneblade43 m ago

I have these and a set of sonoff ones, I have not found really much …I have these and a set of sonoff ones, I have not found really much difference between the two except price. If you wanted big branded ones buy these, if you want to save money buy sonoff ones for £8 each.


Are these the S20 you have and they work fine? How about this Ewelink app you have to install to get them to work, I have read it is a bit flakey?
Edited by: "Shovon" 1st Mar
@Shovon yeah that's the ones, they work perfect. I have dived into uploading custom firmware to them now and running my own Openhab server which makes them even better as I control the server. Have ordered a few more to use around the house, and some of the in line switches by sonoff which are about £3.50.
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Headingley_Lad1 h, 34 m ago

https://www.tesco.com/direct/tp-link-hs100-wi-fi-smart-plug/794-2172.prd?skuId=794-2172&pageLevel=sku&sc_cmp=ppc*PX+-+DNF+Electrical*PX+-+Google+-+Shopping+-+Generic+-+Accessories*PRODUCT+GROUP794-2172*&ds_kid=92700027142267744&gclid=Cj0KCQiA5t7UBRDaARIsAOreQtg9sORr58ZCsiVmF_fg3FQEOZQyAh7SXMTm83p9j8an6LvIskPT54kaAu8cEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds&dclid=CODLw-qqy9kCFXUe0wod7k8D8Q&source=others


To be fair, price per unit is higher. It's £23 + £3 P+P = £26
£19.99 each in my Sainsbury’s. May not be all stores but worth scanning as ticket may not be updated. True in my store in Chelmsford as of today. The LB110 bulb too. Often are reduced there as I monitor to-link as have a load.
joshm2 h, 47 m ago

They do work with ST! See …They do work with ST! See https://community.smartthings.com/t/how-to-add-your-tp-link-hs-100-wifi-outlets-to-smartthings/70538@OP - £32 each at Tesco Direct: https://www.tesco.com/direct/tp-link-hs100-wi-fi-smart-plug/794-2172.prd


Not the most straightforward thing to do for some like me. But might give it a go again at some point soon.
moonpie2 h, 22 m ago

They do actually. I have 2 of the energy monitoring versions set up in …They do actually. I have 2 of the energy monitoring versions set up in smartthings and can control them andsee the energy usage.


Did you do it the way joshm linked to?
Alllfff15 m ago

Not the most straightforward thing to do for some like me. But might give …Not the most straightforward thing to do for some like me. But might give it a go again at some point soon.


There is an easier way - use the cloud rather than a local hub: community.smartthings.com/t/t…921
joshm10 m ago

There is an easier way - use the cloud rather than a local hub: …There is an easier way - use the cloud rather than a local hub: https://community.smartthings.com/t/tp-link-bulbs-and-plugs-control/73921


Will give it a go. Thanks very much.
Alllfff2 h, 27 m ago

Did you do it the way joshm linked to?


No, I looked at that and it wasn't very clear so I followed the instructions on
mysmartcave.net/201…gs/

And where is link for the code failed I used the code on joshm's link.
stoneblade1st Mar

@Shovon yeah that's the ones, they work perfect. I have dived into …@Shovon yeah that's the ones, they work perfect. I have dived into uploading custom firmware to them now and running my own Openhab server which makes them even better as I control the server. Have ordered a few more to use around the house, and some of the in line switches by sonoff which are about £3.50.



Where do you buy yours from? And which firmware are you using, please?
@ruffedgrouse I bought from bang good, I can't link to it for some reason. I am using Espeasy, you have to solder a physical connection to the chipboard and use a serial to USB to upload. So it has a level of difficulty to it, but for the price its worth the effort. The original firmware on it from sonoff works just as good with their own servers but I wanted to be in control of my own data
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