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3 X TP-Link Smart Plug WiFi Outlet (HS100) Works with Amazon Alexa/Google Home/IFTTT, Wireless Smart Socket for £35.99 Delivered @ Amazon UK
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3 X TP-Link Smart Plug WiFi Outlet (HS100) Works with Amazon Alexa/Google Home/IFTTT, Wireless Smart Socket for £35.99 Delivered @ Amazon UK

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Product Description

Control electronics from anywhere using your tablet or smartphone with the TP-Link Smart Wi-Fi Plug. You can turn devices on/off, check status, create schedules and set timers using the Kasa app. Gain peace of mind by checking on your devices remotely and always coming home to a well-lit house. Use away-mode to make it look like you are home when you travel and have lights turn on/off at set times to conserve energy and save on your next bill. Add voice control to any electronic device by pairing with Alexa and Google Assistant. With IFTTT, you can also create personalized Applets that trigger automatic actions on your smart plug.
Control and Automate - You’re Always Home!Support 2.4 GHz OnlyControl your electronics anywhere at the tip of your finger with TP-Link Smart Wi-Fi Plug! Enjoy peace of mind by checking on your devices remotely and always coming home to a well-lit house.
  • No hub required
  • Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant
  • Compatible with IFTTT and Nest
  • Remote control your devices
  • Create schedules and set timers

3311076.jpgSetup:
  • Step 1: Download the TP-Link Kasa app
  • Step 2: Plug the Smart Wi-Fi Plug into any outlet
  • Step 3: Configure Smart Wi-Fi Plug preferences on the Kasa app

Box Contains
  • 3 * Smart Wi-Fi Plug (HS100P3)
  • Quick Installation Guide

Features:
  • Compatibility - Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant for Voice Control and IFTTT;
  • No Hub Required - Works with any Wi-Fi router without the need for a separate hub or paid subscription service;
  • Remote Access - Control devices connected to the Smart Plug wherever you use the free Kasa app on your smartphone (Android 4.1 or higher/iOS 8 or higher);
  • Scheduling - Schedule the smart plug to automatically power electronics on and off as needed;
  • Away Mode - Turns your devices on and off at different times to give the appearance that someone is home.

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rtbsghgfh18/10/2019 02:46

I have a few of these, they're good but do lose the WiFi connection …I have a few of these, they're good but do lose the WiFi connection sometimes and need resetting. I'm leaning towards ikea/zigbee switches in the future.


Horses for courses.
I've got about 7 of these in regular use and I've not had a single one need resetting in all the time I've been using them.
Faultless.
Sounds like we don't need to use our legs for much anymore.
suzieq458218/10/2019 07:47

Out of interest what do you typically plug into these especially when you …Out of interest what do you typically plug into these especially when you have quite a few? I'm considering getting them but then wonder what would I really need them for....Thanks


Dehumidifiers
Electric heaters
Lamps
Kitchen appliances

I have the following:

1 on my kettle
1 on my conservatory electric heater
1 on my dryer (switch is hard to reach)
1 on my washing machine (switch is hard to reach)
1 on my Makita charger which is in the garage so I don't need to go to garage to turn it off
1 on my iron (so it switches off automatically after 15min incase it's left on)
1 on my subwoofer so it turns on automatically when I tell Google to turn on my tv
Edited by: "maxamus007" 18th Oct 2019
Good quality smart plug with the down side being the size and how far they stick out from the wall even before you've actually plugged something in them. Other competitors have started to roll out way more compact equivalent devices now.

Even though I need some more smart plugs I wont be buying anymore of these, I'm aiming to get some smaller ones or Philips HUE or HUE compatible ones which use Zigbee instead of WIFI as above.
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That makes 10 I have now. Or rather I will have early in November.
Edited by: "FMCHAOS" 18th Oct 2019
What amps can these handle?
I have a few of these, they're good but do lose the WiFi connection sometimes and need resetting. I'm leaning towards ikea/zigbee switches in the future.
Good quality smart plug with the down side being the size and how far they stick out from the wall even before you've actually plugged something in them. Other competitors have started to roll out way more compact equivalent devices now.

Even though I need some more smart plugs I wont be buying anymore of these, I'm aiming to get some smaller ones or Philips HUE or HUE compatible ones which use Zigbee instead of WIFI as above.
Bought the 2 pack last week for £25. Dead easy to set up. Heat added for this deal
rtbsghgfh18/10/2019 02:46

I have a few of these, they're good but do lose the WiFi connection …I have a few of these, they're good but do lose the WiFi connection sometimes and need resetting. I'm leaning towards ikea/zigbee switches in the future.


Horses for courses.
I've got about 7 of these in regular use and I've not had a single one need resetting in all the time I've been using them.
Faultless.
Out of interest what do you typically plug into these especially when you have quite a few?
I'm considering getting them but then wonder what would I really need them for....
Thanks
suzieq458218/10/2019 07:47

Out of interest what do you typically plug into these especially when you …Out of interest what do you typically plug into these especially when you have quite a few? I'm considering getting them but then wonder what would I really need them for....Thanks


I have 2 lamps in my sitting room, 2 in living room, beside lights in each each bedroom and hallway to front door lamp. Also a few bulbs that I cam dim which is more specific I.e. near tv dim to 20% and change to blue so less eye strain when watching.
Edited by: "thr0tt" 18th Oct 2019
suzieq458218/10/2019 07:47

Out of interest what do you typically plug into these especially when you …Out of interest what do you typically plug into these especially when you have quite a few? I'm considering getting them but then wonder what would I really need them for....Thanks


For me it's mainly lamps, eg 3 in the living room all come on together remotely, similar in kitchen much cheaper than smart bulbs. Handy for Christmas lights too. Also have one connected to the printer, and ...electric blanket
What's the difference between these and the sonnoff ones?
I have a couple of them, bought for £6 each, and they works really well
rtbsghgfh18/10/2019 02:46

I have a few of these, they're good but do lose the WiFi connection …I have a few of these, they're good but do lose the WiFi connection sometimes and need resetting. I'm leaning towards ikea/zigbee switches in the future.


Having the same problem any one know how to fix it ?
suzieq458218/10/2019 07:47

Out of interest what do you typically plug into these especially when you …Out of interest what do you typically plug into these especially when you have quite a few? I'm considering getting them but then wonder what would I really need them for....Thanks


Dehumidifiers
Electric heaters
Lamps
Kitchen appliances

I have the following:

1 on my kettle
1 on my conservatory electric heater
1 on my dryer (switch is hard to reach)
1 on my washing machine (switch is hard to reach)
1 on my Makita charger which is in the garage so I don't need to go to garage to turn it off
1 on my iron (so it switches off automatically after 15min incase it's left on)
1 on my subwoofer so it turns on automatically when I tell Google to turn on my tv
Edited by: "maxamus007" 18th Oct 2019
kee6618/10/2019 09:07

Having the same problem any one know how to fix it ?


Holding down the little square-ish button on the unit I think puts it in pair mode and you then try to set it up on the app. I tried this a few times, a combination of that and resetting the router eventually got it working again.
rtbsghgfh18/10/2019 09:11

Holding down the little square-ish button on the unit I think puts it in …Holding down the little square-ish button on the unit I think puts it in pair mode and you then try to set it up on the app. I tried this a few times, a combination of that and resetting the router eventually got it working again.


Many thanks for the reply I have managed to get them working again I was just wondering if there may be a router setting to stop it dropping in the 1st place
Sounds like we don't need to use our legs for much anymore.
Don't need anymore but ordered anyway, thank you!
These are good, I have 5 (TVs and lights) and are very reliable for me
these are great for christmas lights!
I love these ... except the "Away Mode" (where it randomly turns on/off) is really annoying in that you can't set it to run past midnight. For example, I'd like to have it randomly switch a light on/off between 7pm-6am but the Kasa app won't let you do this saying "Away mode must start and end on the same day." Even if you set it to come on at Sunset (i.e. to switch a light on) and then turn off at Sunrise, something that seems perfectly logical to want to do, it refuses!

To get around this I have set my plugs to be:

Schedule the light to be on from sunset to 23:59
Set the away mode to run from 00:05 until Sunrise

The only issues with disconnections are where the plugs are too far away from the WiFi router so that's not a fault of the plug.
The good thing about these is they are rated for 13 amps and thus will handle things like heaters. Plus they are built to a good standard. Some of the other smart plugs have lower ampage ratings and I wouldn't feel comfortable using anything with a high draw on them. Also when something costs circa £5....you have to wonder about the quality of the components and the R & D that went into them.
Back to old prices from last year. These things are not bigger for extension leads. Works great though
FMCHAOS18/10/2019 00:22

That makes 10 I have now. Or rather I will have early in November.


Why not try an experiment to daisy chain them together.
thr0tt18/10/2019 08:20

I have 2 lamps in my sitting room, 2 in living room, beside lights in each …I have 2 lamps in my sitting room, 2 in living room, beside lights in each each bedroom and hallway to front door lamp. Also a few bulbs that I cam dim which is more specific I.e. near tv dim to 20% and change to blue so less eye strain when watching.


These support dimming?
kar99918/10/2019 11:57

You can get 4 Teckin plugs from Amazon for £5 less. There's some deals on …You can get 4 Teckin plugs from Amazon for £5 less. There's some deals on and posted here.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/4-pack-teckin-smartplug-amazon-prime-3311107https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/teckin-16a-energy-monitoring-smart-plug-wifi-socket-4-pack-3099-3311226


But will those burn my house down?
veedubjai18/10/2019 16:17

But will those burn my house down?


Only if you connect a Beko appliance!
bilbob18/10/2019 06:34

Horses for courses.I've got about 7 of these in regular use and I've not …Horses for courses.I've got about 7 of these in regular use and I've not had a single one need resetting in all the time I've been using them.Faultless.


I agree, I have about 6 and have used them for years without any faults at all. Are your sure your wifi is upto scratch?
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rtbsghgfh18/10/2019 02:46

I have a few of these, they're good but do lose the WiFi connection …I have a few of these, they're good but do lose the WiFi connection sometimes and need resetting. I'm leaning towards ikea/zigbee switches in the future.


That generally is an issue with your wifi setup rather than the plug itself. I have around 14 of these around the house. A few for the last 2-3 years or so. Not once have I had a problem.
Dgkrs18/10/2019 08:52

What's the difference between these and the sonnoff ones? I have a couple …What's the difference between these and the sonnoff ones? I have a couple of them, bought for £6 each, and they works really well


I've bought some cheaper ones too.

I guess the downside is they may stop working if the manufactured goes bust or decided not to continue support for them.
noddle3618/10/2019 10:11

Sounds like we don't need to use our legs for much anymore.


Yeah, or just very useful for those disabled people who can't use their legs such as my friend who uses them from his wheelchair.

These threads on automation often descend into quite nasty commentarys on people being "lazy" without considering some users needs rather than writers own perspectives and abilities.

Let try not to make this thread one of them please.
deleted123919418/10/2019 20:54

That generally is an issue with your wifi setup rather than the plug …That generally is an issue with your wifi setup rather than the plug itself. I have around 14 of these around the house. A few for the last 2-3 years or so. Not once have I had a problem.


That's a possibility, but no issues with 20-odd other WiFi devices so who knows
Great for Christmas lights! around the house!
bilbob18/10/2019 06:34

Horses for courses.I've got about 7 of these in regular use and I've not …Horses for courses.I've got about 7 of these in regular use and I've not had a single one need resetting in all the time I've been using them.Faultless.


I have 5 of them in regular use for the past 2.5 years and have also experienced the odd drop out although its rare and overall they are very good. Perhaps you have the worlds best WIFI router so never experience issues due to that. I also have the TP-Link LB120 bulbs (2x) and they go down perhaps once every 3 weeks and need resetting.
rtbsghgfh18/10/2019 02:46

I have a few of these, they're good but do lose the WiFi connection …I have a few of these, they're good but do lose the WiFi connection sometimes and need resetting. I'm leaning towards ikea/zigbee switches in the future.


I have 7 and can honestly say they never drop connection.
rtbsghgfh18/10/2019 21:20

That's a possibility, but no issues with 20-odd other WiFi devices so who …That's a possibility, but no issues with 20-odd other WiFi devices so who knows


The router being used will definitely make a massive difference. But its also a known issue that when you run lots of WIFI smart devices they can cause issues with the cheapo free ISP routers.
FMCHAOS18/10/2019 21:33

I have 7 and can honestly say they never drop connection.


I think we need to agree that some people have issues with them and others dont. No one here is wrong, everyones network, devices, router, house construction (Effects range / interferance) is different.
Edited by: "appolospb" 18th Oct 2019
appolospb18/10/2019 21:35

I think we need to agree that some people have issues with them and others …I think we need to agree that some people have issues with them and others dont. No one here is wrong, everyones network, devices, router, house construction (Effects range / interferance) is different.


Don't disagree. I was just adding that mine all work fine. U can get issues with anything. To add I'm on virgin media and the so called superhub is far from super. Its pure rubbish. Mines in modem mode and have a tp link archer c9 router. That also is very reliable, great range. Maybe my router also being tp link helps.
FMCHAOS18/10/2019 21:40

Don't disagree. I was just adding that mine all work fine. U can get …Don't disagree. I was just adding that mine all work fine. U can get issues with anything. To add I'm on virgin media and the so called superhub is far from super. Its pure rubbish. Mines in modem mode and have a tp link archer c9 router. That also is very reliable, great range. Maybe my router also being tp link helps.


No probs, mines a naff BT free router so i highly suspect thats to blame for the drop out. Router choice makes a massive difference to how well smart devices work.
Damn this website again!!! Nearly got through a whole day without buying something.

Thank you though!! Voted hot and thought I'd invest for Christmas lights!! (Christmas only round the corner! 🎄)
Got 4 of these. Work great. Started of as novelty. Now I wouldn't be without them.

Winter tip. Attach one to an electric blanket. Toasty bed every night
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