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4 x TP Link HS100 for £43.96 / £10.99 each using code (£15.99 each before) @ Amazon Fresh (+£4.49 non Prime)

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Posted 20th JulEdited by:"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"

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To my surprise these are available on Amazon Fresh.

Very simple. Set up a free trial for Amazon Fresh then add 4 of these to your basket.
Then add code BERRY to get £20 off your first order over £60.
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OP you need to add to title Amazon Fresh.
Smash7720/07/2019 10:55

OP you need to add to title Amazon Fresh.


Done. Good spot
Smash7720/07/2019 10:55

OP you need to add to title Amazon Fresh.


Yea and not available at all addresses.
fresh not available in my area
It does not work anymore.
not seeing deal and can't find a link to fresh yet we have pantry in our area
Is amazon fresh free if you have prime membership or you have to pay £3.99 a month
SoccerAm20/07/2019 12:25

Is amazon fresh free if you have prime membership or you have to pay £3.99 …Is amazon fresh free if you have prime membership or you have to pay £3.99 a month


Have to pay after the first month free trial
I have few of this but I can’t find a scenario that I can use this. Any suggestions
DealsElf20/07/2019 12:30

I have few of this but I can’t find a scenario that I can use this. Any s …I have few of this but I can’t find a scenario that I can use this. Any suggestions


Lamps are the best use I’ve found
DealsElf20/07/2019 12:30

I have few of this but I can’t find a scenario that I can use this. Any s …I have few of this but I can’t find a scenario that I can use this. Any suggestions


I use it on my washing machine, my dryer, my wall mounted electric heater in the conservatory, iron, turn my subwoofer on and off.

You can set up Alexa routines when it switches things and and then off after a certain time which is great so that nothing gets left on and wastes energy
Edited by: "maxamus007" 20th Jul
Smart plug price has gone up from £14.99 to £19.99.
Smash7720/07/2019 14:14

Smart plug price has gone up from £14.99 to £19.99.


Yup. Hopefully it will go down again soon, seems to be a trend.
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Edited by: "Andrew_K" 21st Jul
Great spot! Missed it. Price has gone back up and is now out of stock. Not available in my area either.
They are 19.99 each to start??
maxamus00720/07/2019 13:11

I use it on my washing machine, my dryer, my wall mounted electric heater …I use it on my washing machine, my dryer, my wall mounted electric heater in the conservatory, iron, turn my subwoofer on and off.You can set up Alexa routines when it switches things and and then off after a certain time which is great so that nothing gets left on and wastes energy


I think this plug would use more idle than a washer...
Be careful as they are low amp rated definitely not a washer or a kettle. Lamps radios etc all low amps so ok
maxamus00720/07/2019 13:11

I use it on my washing machine, my dryer, my wall mounted electric heater …I use it on my washing machine, my dryer, my wall mounted electric heater in the conservatory, iron, turn my subwoofer on and off.You can set up Alexa routines when it switches things and and then off after a certain time which is great so that nothing gets left on and wastes energy


How much do you “save” doing that? IMHO this could actually decrease the lifetime of your devices... it’s probably going to save you like £1 a year?
Edited by: "Felipe.Lopes" 21st Jul
I use mine to switch lamps on and off at selected times and also at a holiday home to give impression someone is there. Also boiler to run central heating as no thermostat
OoEliteoO21/07/2019 10:41

Be careful as they are low amp rated definitely not a washer or a kettle. …Be careful as they are low amp rated definitely not a washer or a kettle. Lamps radios etc all low amps so ok


They're rated at 2.99kw which covers most appliances.
nicktee5521/07/2019 11:39

They're rated at 2.99kw which covers most appliances.


Fair enough didn’t know that mine are 850 amp
any point using this for lights if you're already using the philips hue app for routines or alexa routines?
Does anyone know the power consumption of these? I borrowed one of the ones with the power consumption log ( which was very poor), the reason I ask is that it was always warm.
I've got one of these to automatically turn off my 3d printer when a print is done, and it's great tbh. Don't waste time with the cheaper imitations I'd definitely buy one again (don't need 4 though)
I am always keen to get more voice enabled things for my home but can't think of a single use for these! What do people use theirs for?
spanishsteve21/07/2019 11:11

I use mine to switch lamps on and off at selected times and also at a …I use mine to switch lamps on and off at selected times and also at a holiday home to give impression someone is there. Also boiler to run central heating as no thermostat


You could get a hue bulb for a similar price and do it that way with far more versatility
TheOak21/07/2019 13:32

I am always keen to get more voice enabled things for my home but can't …I am always keen to get more voice enabled things for my home but can't think of a single use for these! What do people use theirs for?


Got two, one is plugged in under my desk and a tower extension plugs into it. Printer, pc, external hard drives etc. Second one plugged in behind the tv in living room. Extension with TV, Bluray player, console etc. I work late so sometimes forget to turn things off before heading upstairs to pass out. Don't like leaving things on standby, so I have timers on them to switch everything off at night.

When going away I plug a lamp into them and set a random schedule to turn the lamps on and off remotely to give the impression there's somebody home.
I may have to buy one, they have gone back up to 14.99 but still seem like a good product
There's a 4 pack of "2nice" WiFi enabled sockets for £37.99

Any reason not to?
TheOak21/07/2019 13:33

You could get a hue bulb for a similar price and do it that way with far …You could get a hue bulb for a similar price and do it that way with far more versatility


But you need a hub for hue
TheOak21/07/2019 13:32

I am always keen to get more voice enabled things for my home but can't …I am always keen to get more voice enabled things for my home but can't think of a single use for these! What do people use theirs for?


I use a similar device for my pedestal fan when I'm too lazy to get out of bed.


Fyi Phillips Hue WiFi tech uses a fraction of the power these use...
Felipe.Lopes21/07/2019 10:46

How much do you “save” doing that? IMHO this could actually decrease the li …How much do you “save” doing that? IMHO this could actually decrease the lifetime of your devices... it’s probably going to save you like £1 a year?


I probably don't save anything but it gives me peace of mind that things are not left on.

I have routines set up on Alexa that when the device is turned on it starts a time to switch it off. So when I turn on my washing machine it will go off after 3hrs automatically. The iron will go off automatically after 15 minutes. The dryer will go off after 2hrs.
OoEliteoO21/07/2019 10:41

Be careful as they are low amp rated definitely not a washer or a kettle. …Be careful as they are low amp rated definitely not a washer or a kettle. Lamps radios etc all low amps so ok


These are rated at 13A which is fine for a kettle or a washer
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