Houzetek SWA1 WiFi Smart Plug  - White £6.05 delivered @ Rosegal (UK Plug)
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Houzetek SWA1 WiFi Smart Plug - White £6.05 delivered @ Rosegal (UK Plug)

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The Houzetek SWA1 WiFi Smart Plug can be controlled by your smartphone APP ( both iOS and Android supported ) to turn on or turn off the household appliances or set a timer for remote control while you are away from home. What's more, it can be compatible with Amazon Alexa which enables you to control your electrical devices on voice call anytime at home. Compact housing design makes it considerably smaller than other smart plugs. Finally, it is WiFi based. You can simply connect it to your existing home WiFi without the need to purchase an extra hub.

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Main Features:

- Turn devices on/off with the mobile app
- Create on/off schedules for your devices
- Works with Amazon Alexa for hands-free voice control
- Support Wi-Fi 2.4GHz 802.11 b / g / n network
- Free eFamilyCloud App for Android and iOS operating systems
- Intuitive, easy set up and easy to use
- Small, space-saving, won't cover the whole outlet
- Power indicator


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    repouk44 m ago

    The Hive ones don't set your house on fire...:{


    Can you show me any articles to back that stupid comment up?
    Has this been approved as meeting UK regulations? Otherwise you might want to think very very carefully whether you want it permanently plugged into the mains in your house.
    I have this model and i have to say that it is unreliable. Especially after internet or power is down, i cant seem to control it anymore through google AI and i need to unpair it with my samsung S7, unpair from google home and then go through the same procedure again to pair them. I dont know about the hive or tplink ones but this one is not hassle-free.
    I bought one of these from Amazon (same device different label name) and it has been excellent. I use it everyday with Alexa pretty much to turn on/off a floor standing fan in my master bedroom. I paid £12 for mine and compared to the monstrous sized WeMo that cost me £40 it is amazing!

    For £6 I woudn't hesitate to give it a try based on my experience.

    For info I have a Hive one I got from CEX for £20 that has also been faultless.
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    deleted1836930
    Can anyone tell me what the difference of this is compared to tplink or hive version that costs about £40 apart from the price?
    Has this been approved as meeting UK regulations? Otherwise you might want to think very very carefully whether you want it permanently plugged into the mains in your house.
    I have this model and i have to say that it is unreliable. Especially after internet or power is down, i cant seem to control it anymore through google AI and i need to unpair it with my samsung S7, unpair from google home and then go through the same procedure again to pair them. I dont know about the hive or tplink ones but this one is not hassle-free.
    deleted183693013th Apr

    Can anyone tell me what the difference of this is compared to tplink or …Can anyone tell me what the difference of this is compared to tplink or hive version that costs about £40 apart from the price?


    Contrasting with the commenter below who had one of these, I can say that the tp link unit is really good and does not fall off the WiFi or fail to respond.
    I bought one of these from Amazon (same device different label name) and it has been excellent. I use it everyday with Alexa pretty much to turn on/off a floor standing fan in my master bedroom. I paid £12 for mine and compared to the monstrous sized WeMo that cost me £40 it is amazing!

    For £6 I woudn't hesitate to give it a try based on my experience.

    For info I have a Hive one I got from CEX for £20 that has also been faultless.
    deleted183693013th Apr

    Can anyone tell me what the difference of this is compared to tplink or …Can anyone tell me what the difference of this is compared to tplink or hive version that costs about £40 apart from the price?



    The Hive ones don't set your house on fire...

    I have 5 of these purchased from rosegal. All work perfectly and preform the same as the two tplink ones I got with my echo dots.
    Definitely a bargain. When I purchased these on offer before it would only let me purchase one at a time to get the offer.
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    repouk5 m ago

    The Hive ones don't set your house on fire...:{


    So one of these set your house on fire?
    Edited by: "deleted1836930" 13th Apr
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    repouk44 m ago

    The Hive ones don't set your house on fire...:{


    Can you show me any articles to back that stupid comment up?
    probably a stupid question but if i plugged a non wireless printer into this plug would it make it wireless?
    i was thinking about getting one of these anways so got one, thanks
    pritz.patel22 m ago

    probably a stupid question but if i plugged a non wireless printer into …probably a stupid question but if i plugged a non wireless printer into this plug would it make it wireless?


    No it wouldn’t
    dralanhart2 h, 6 m ago

    Contrasting with the commenter below who had one of these, I can say that …Contrasting with the commenter below who had one of these, I can say that the tp link unit is really good and does not fall off the WiFi or fail to respond.


    Same with Hive. Never had a problem.
    1616french50 m ago

    Can you show me any articles to back that stupid comment up?



    Find me the stupid comment and I'll think about it.

    pritz.patel46 m ago

    probably a stupid question but if i plugged a non wireless printer into …probably a stupid question but if i plugged a non wireless printer into this plug would it make it wireless?


    Think you need something like this.

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    Edited by moderator: "Fixed Link" 13th Apr
    when i click it it says $18.08
    M_z2 h, 58 m ago

    Has this been approved as meeting UK regulations? Otherwise you might want …Has this been approved as meeting UK regulations? Otherwise you might want to think very very carefully whether you want it permanently plugged into the mains in your house.


    CE marked so yes! Also the FCC Id in the photo shows these results to meet US regulations.
    apps.fcc.gov/oet…WA1
    repouk41 m ago

    Find me the stupid comment and I'll think about it.:{



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    I use the sonoff wifi switches that you wire in instead now. Work just as well as the smart plugs & no big ugly plug adapter. Plus they're about £4 each from China.
    1616french18 m ago

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    I'm pretty sure he really did get one for £20 from CEX.
    Not really suitable on the bedroom in my opinion as the led light in always on in some form or another and is rather quite bright in a dark room!
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    deleted183693013th Apr

    So one of these set your house on fire?


    I doubt it. It was more likely a humorous quip that you seem to have taken too seriously.
    Edited by: "Mypseudonym" 13th Apr
    M_z6 h, 57 m ago

    Has this been approved as meeting UK regulations? Otherwise you might want …Has this been approved as meeting UK regulations? Otherwise you might want to think very very carefully whether you want it permanently plugged into the mains in your house.


    Unless your house has been hard to sell for the price you wanted to get...
    pluves13 h, 59 m ago

    CE marked so yes! Also the FCC Id in the photo shows these results to meet …CE marked so yes! Also the FCC Id in the photo shows these results to meet US regulations.https://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/reports/ViewExhibitReport.cfm?mode=Exhibits&RequestTimeout=500&calledFromFrame=N&application_id=tKsFIKs51JlUUDeDAjCc/A==&fcc_id=2AJK8-SWA1


    Is there an approval number so we can verify it actually exists and describes such product and not something else?
    I've bought these from Amazon at three times the price and they work as well as the more expensive TP-Link ones you can get in Argos. They seem really well made and sturdy too. At this price they are a bargain.
    Bubuka837 h, 8 m ago

    I have this model and i have to say that it is unreliable. Especially …I have this model and i have to say that it is unreliable. Especially after internet or power is down, i cant seem to control it anymore through google AI and i need to unpair it with my samsung S7, unpair from google home and then go through the same procedure again to pair them. I dont know about the hive or tplink ones but this one is not hassle-free.


    This happens with the far more expensive TP-Link version too, it isn't just this model. After a couple of power cuts over the months it's taken a day or two each time for the wifi connection to settle down again.
    cheekytrucker6 h, 55 m ago

    I have 5 of these purchased from rosegal. All work perfectly and preform …I have 5 of these purchased from rosegal. All work perfectly and preform the same as the two tplink ones I got with my echo dots.Definitely a bargain. When I purchased these on offer before it would only let me purchase one at a time to get the offer.


    Where are they based ..
    and how how long was delivery
    thanks in advance
    cheers
    These work well with Alexa and my iPhone. Will buy another!
    sco7t4 h, 15 m ago

    Where are they based .. and how how long was delivery thanks in advance …Where are they based .. and how how long was delivery thanks in advance cheers


    I think it was china, delivery was about 2 weeks. I have had no trouble with dropped connections, or initial connection to my echos.
    They have a timer function in the app or can be controlled via there own app or the alexa app from anywhere. The led light on the back of the plug acts as both an indicator of whether the plug is on/off and as an on/off override switch.
    repouk9 h, 23 m ago

    I'm pretty sure he really did get one for £20 from CEX.


    How old are you?
    Like 10 or something?
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    Mypseudonym12 h, 52 m ago

    I doubt it. It was more likely a humorous quip that you seem to have taken …I doubt it. It was more likely a humorous quip that you seem to have taken too seriously.


    Funny that as my comment was in humour so you have taken my "quip" too seriously My question was for the person to back up their ridiculous comment about a house fire which turns out they could not, hence the question

    What an awful word quip is. Suggests know-it-all attitude I'll never say or use it again.
    Edited by: "deleted1836930" 14th Apr
    repouk17 h, 31 m ago

    The Hive ones don't set your house on fire...:{


    I Have 4 of these. My house is still standing and they work just as well as my expensive smart plug.
    pluves116 h, 1 m ago

    CE marked so yes! Also the FCC Id in the photo shows these results to meet …CE marked so yes! Also the FCC Id in the photo shows these results to meet US regulations.https://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/reports/ViewExhibitReport.cfm?mode=Exhibits&RequestTimeout=500&calledFromFrame=N&application_id=tKsFIKs51JlUUDeDAjCc/A==&fcc_id=2AJK8-SWA1



    FYI, CE marking usually involves self certification.
    dralanhart18 h, 35 m ago

    Contrasting with the commenter below who had one of these, I can say that …Contrasting with the commenter below who had one of these, I can say that the tp link unit is really good and does not fall off the WiFi or fail to respond.


    Mine has had to be re-connected from scratch before now. I like it, and have other Tp-link gear but the Wemo one I have has been 100% reliable.
    jameswalker45716 h, 25 m ago

    Think you need something like this.[Image]


    thanks james...when you say usb dongle...u mean wireless usb?
    Good deal, but now OOS
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