Anker Eufy Smart Plug £13.99 each OR 2 for £25.18 @ MyMemory / Ebay
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Anker Eufy Smart Plug £13.99 each OR 2 for £25.18 @ MyMemory / Ebay

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Posted 5th Aug
MyMemory have a Promo for "MIX 2 SAVE 10%" on this product on their main website so NO discount on ordering two or more of these.

Their listing on Ebay however enables you to purchase two of these and receive the 10% discount which makes these only £12.59 each. Discount automatically applied at checkout on 2+

Portable Power Switch
Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant compatibility, in addition to the Eufy Home app, lets you turn on or off plugged in devices from anywhere.

Save Money
Track energy usage of devices and set operating schedules to eliminate unnecessary power consumption.

No Hub Required
Just download the Eufy Home app, set up, plug in your device and use.

Minimal Space Required
Compact size supports up to 15A of power to devices and designed to keep second outlet available for use.

Key Features
- Works With Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant
- Wi-Fi Enabled
- White
- Set Schedules
- Countdown Timer
- Control Remotely
- Away Mode
- Energy Monitoring

Box Contains
1 x Anker Eufy Smart Plug
1 x Welcome User Guide
Community Updates

Groups

27 Comments
Good Find @Frank30uk
Cheers, ordered 2 a couple of weeks ago after spotting that their eBay offer was better than their website, but now even cheaper so ordered another 2, got them all over the place now
May sound daft but what are these good for?
muttyhc2k1105/08/2019 19:55

May sound daft but what are these good for?


I’m still trying to figure that out too, I had a couple for lamps and WiFi bulbs for lights all connected to Alexa but bought the 4xplugs that were on offer for £2.50 each the other day and trying to decide what to use them for.
Are they good for turning off and on trickle feeds? Eg tv etc
Smart plug, fantastic price, cheers frankus
toonsquirel05/08/2019 19:57

I’m still trying to figure that out too, I had a couple for lamps and WiFi …I’m still trying to figure that out too, I had a couple for lamps and WiFi bulbs for lights all connected to Alexa but bought the 4xplugs that were on offer for £2.50 each the other day and trying to decide what to use them for.


What plugs did you get for £2.50 please? I thought I've got a good deal for my Sonoff, £5 each.
sheffield78805/08/2019 20:00

What plugs did you get for £2.50 please? I thought I've got a good deal …What plugs did you get for £2.50 please? I thought I've got a good deal for my Sonoff, £5 each.


I got sonoff for the similar price... £2.50 is a great price
muttyhc2k1105/08/2019 19:55

May sound daft but what are these good for?


I use them attached to some plugin garden lights.

Turns them on at sundown and off at 11pm.
Switch is in the garage so its a pain usually. Now they are smart controlled and coice activated if we want to.

I will disable them in the winter.
Can this be set to turn on and off a appliance at set times? Or does it require a maual input from the app each time you want to use it?

Thanks
apur3205/08/2019 20:03

I got sonoff for the similar price... £2.50 is a great price


Was it a recent deal here? I know a few deals from Dresslily, but we're about £4-5 each, but this was a while ago. Thanks!
sheffield78805/08/2019 20:08

Was it a recent deal here? I know a few deals from Dresslily, but we're … Was it a recent deal here? I know a few deals from Dresslily, but we're about £4-5 each, but this was a while ago. Thanks!


I got it around a year ago
Actually can someone shed some light on these regarding any limitations? one of my plugs refuses to keep a connection to my WiFi, but I can always re-pair it without issue, so I know it finds the signal fine

This particular plug is for an extension lead rather than a single device, are these unsuitable for using with extensions?

By extension I mean an extension is plugged into it, rather than the smart plug is plugged into the extension, just to be clear

I haven't tried swapping then round to try others as I don't want to faff about with renaming and relocating plugs in the apps I use of someone already knows why one isn't staying connected
sheffield78805/08/2019 20:00

What plugs did you get for £2.50 please? I thought I've got a good deal …What plugs did you get for £2.50 please? I thought I've got a good deal for my Sonoff, £5 each.


There was a deal on here a few days ago 4 smart plugs for £10 dropped down from £35, they had the single plug for £10 so it might of been Misprice but amazon delivered
muttyhc2k1105/08/2019 19:55

May sound daft but what are these good for?


I would use them to turn of a TV when that idiot mate won't go to bed etc
muttyhc2k1105/08/2019 19:55

May sound daft but what are these good for?


I have Rasplex on a raspberry pi behind the TV, when I need it's "Hey Google, turn on Plex."
Christmas tree lights.
Any lamp you want a schedule (no need for a timer plug).
Any lamp/appliance it's hard to get the the switch.
You could set one to charge your phone for an hour after going to bed and then turn off.
Maybe a water feature or outside lights

Don't know about this app but I can set outside lights with a pir to only turn on at dusk (obviously the sun sets at different times throughout the year) in smartthings.
Edited by: "kudos1uk" 5th Aug
I use mine on all TVs and a few sockets that are hard to reach behind furniture, that pretty much covers every reason you might use one, these can be programmed for specific times too using the eufy app
muttyhc2k1105/08/2019 19:55

May sound daft but what are these good for?


For ppl with disabilities. Unfortunately not everybody is smarter than a plug. (They can still vote though)
Frustrating when so many IOT appliances don’t support HomeKit
I don't have echo or alexa, and frankly don't want either, but would these come in handy for using with my android smartphone for things like Hue bulbs, TV and turning off and on etc? TIA.
cheaperbythe1206/08/2019 12:51

I don't have echo or alexa, and frankly don't want either, but would these …I don't have echo or alexa, and frankly don't want either, but would these come in handy for using with my android smartphone for things like Hue bulbs, TV and turning off and on etc? TIA.


Yes very handy for those you can switch things on and off from anywhere. Also good apps to set timers and schedules.
muttyhc2k1105/08/2019 19:58

Are they good for turning off and on trickle feeds? Eg tv etc


I wouldn’t recommend turning a TV off at the switch without putting it in standby first. Same reason you shouldn’t do it to a computer: you can screw it up badly if you do it repeatedly. Significantly shortens its life.
wolvesinwales06/08/2019 17:22

Yes very handy for those you can switch things on and off from anywhere. …Yes very handy for those you can switch things on and off from anywhere. Also good apps to set timers and schedules.


Cheers. Think I'll buy a couple of packs in that case. Is this generally a good price or can you get cheaper do you happen to know? Can wait a little while before purchasing.
They have been seen on offer for £10 recently so maybe worth waiting.
cheaperbythe1206/08/2019 21:23

Cheers. Think I'll buy a couple of packs in that case. Is this generally a …Cheers. Think I'll buy a couple of packs in that case. Is this generally a good price or can you get cheaper do you happen to know? Can wait a little while before purchasing.


amazon.co.uk/Woo…8RS
Kay13506/08/2019 12:33

Frustrating when so many IOT appliances don’t support HomeKit


Apple requires higher levels of security to get HomeKit approval, which is why most of the lower priced devices don't support it. There are work arounds (seach for "home bridge"), but I prefer to stick with proper HomeKit err... kit.
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