Belkin Wemo - cheaper than most recent thread £33.58 @ Insight.com
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Belkin Wemo - cheaper than most recent thread £33.58 @ Insight.com

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Found 27th Jan 2015
A bit cheaper than the earlier deal...and not from Currys which is a bonus in my book....only slightly cheaper if buying one, but cheaper is cheaper right...but if buying two its only £64.77 so a decent saving for sure.

Please note there is a postage cost on top of this...but only a few quid....but cheaper is cheaper right

Item price is actually £29.99

To clarify £33.58 delivered for one
£64.77 delivered for two

So a decent saving if you wanted more than one

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Don't forget delivery cost, mine is £33.58 with delivery

Original Poster

mentioned above....

jouster

mentioned above....



You edited the post just after i commented...

Original Poster

no i edited

razorclaw

You edited the post just after i commented...



no i edited it just after I posted as it wasn't clear.

Best to put the merchant in the title

jouster

no i editedno i edited it just after I posted as it wasn't clear.


Its still not clear because it says £29.99 where it should be changed to £33.58 as thats the cheapest you can actually get it for

Original Poster

razorclaw

Its still not clear because it says £29.99 where it should be changed to … Its still not clear because it says £29.99 where it should be changed to £33.58 as thats the cheapest you can actually get it for



Amended to clarify

Does anyone recommend these?

jouster

Amended to clarify

have you two put your handbags away now?

Original Poster

I have two in my home already so can definitely recommend....use mine for my dehumidifier and heated clothes rail

What does it do?

This is a genuine question, what is it, and what's it for, even the link doesn't reveal it's job, I have never heard of it?

Original Poster

its an internet connected plug...so you can in simplest terms, turn it on and off from your smart phone or tablet...but when used properly along with IFTTT it can do all sorts of things....

I have my dehumidifier set to turn on when the external temperature gets below 5 degrees as this is when the air in the house starts to get cold and more moisture is present in the air...means no condensation on any windows then.

With our heated clothes airer...when the sun is shining and the solar panels are producing electric, this automatically turns the airer on...when plugged and in use of course.

Edited by: "jouster" 27th Jan 2015

Original Poster

this link should help for some clarification on what these things do and can do

looks like it takes over the socked next to it.

Original Poster

nope it doesn't both sockets are usable at least my sockets are and don't think they are different to standard

never heard of these before. heat added.

interesting!! I shall do my research!!

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jouster

its an internet connected plug...so you can in simplest terms, turn it … its an internet connected plug...so you can in simplest terms, turn it on and off from your smart phone or tablet...but when used properly along with IFTTT it can do all sorts of things....I have my dehumidifier set to turn on when the external temperature gets below 5 degrees as this is when the air in the house starts to get cold and more moisture is present in the air...means no condensation on any windows then.With our heated clothes airer...when the sun is shining and the solar panels are producing electric, this automatically turns the airer on...when plugged and in use of course.



Seems like you've spent a lot of money so that you can add moisture to the air, and then remove it with a dehumidifier. If you have problems with condensation it's due to poor ventilation in your house or adding moisture by cooking, showering, drying clothes etc. Additional ventilation through a combination of air bricks, extractors or a PIV system will ensure the humidity level of the air will remain lower eliminating the need for a dehumidifier. The drier air will also mean clothes dry quicker so there won't be a need for an electric clothes aired.

jouster

its an internet connected plug...so you can in simplest terms, turn it … its an internet connected plug...so you can in simplest terms, turn it on and off from your smart phone or tablet...but when used properly along with IFTTT it can do all sorts of things....I have my dehumidifier set to turn on when the external temperature gets below 5 degrees as this is when the air in the house starts to get cold and more moisture is present in the air...means no condensation on any windows then.With our heated clothes airer...when the sun is shining and the solar panels are producing electric, this automatically turns the airer on...when plugged and in use of course.


Do you have it rigged to automatically come on when the solar panels are producing or do you have to do it manually through your phone app (eg check the solar production and then turn on the wifi plug)?

Also have seen others listed for approx £20 per plug - they are called Orvibo and Time2 (amongst others) is there a difference between these and the Wemo to warrant the extra cost?

Original Poster

Im sure they are similar...but Im happy with my Belkin ones....

IFTTT?

Yep I googled that before I asked, but on this occasion Google doesn't really help. If this then that. I wonder what all sorts of things this item can do...

No worries.

This might be a more helpful link to people ifttt.com/wem…tch
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