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Kasa Smart Plug by TP-Link, WiFi Works with Amazon Alexa (Echo and Echo Dot), Google Home and IFTTT for £12.99 Prime/+£4.49 NP @ Amazon
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Kasa Smart Plug by TP-Link, WiFi Works with Amazon Alexa (Echo and Echo Dot), Google Home and IFTTT for £12.99 Prime/+£4.49 NP @ Amazon

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Posted 1st NovEdited by:"Brutes"

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  • 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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Decent price. I've got a few and they were fiddly to set up but fine once they're up and running. Biggest problem is the physical size of them - they'll cover any adjoining sockets on both sides so take that into account. They also protrude from the wall a good few inches, so can cause problems hiding them behind furniture, too.
Thanks! I’ve found these the most reliable smart plug - great for Christmas tree lights!
I’ve to many of these and will still probably order another. I like their sunrise / sunset feature. Means I don’t have to keep adjusting on / off times.
Somnus01/11/2019 16:01

Decent price. I've got a few and they were fiddly to set up but fine once …Decent price. I've got a few and they were fiddly to set up but fine once they're up and running. Biggest problem is the physical size of them - they'll cover any adjoining sockets on both sides so take that into account. They also protrude from the wall a good few inches, so can cause problems hiding them behind furniture, too.



The new versions are smaller to avoid the issue of covering adjacent sockets.
BufferOverflow01/11/2019 16:02

Thanks! I’ve found these the most reliable smart plug - great for C …Thanks! I’ve found these the most reliable smart plug - great for Christmas tree lights!



Same. I think Kasa went down like once in the last 3+ years and I had a small issue for like half an hour but besides that they have been solid as a rock.
Somnus01/11/2019 16:01

Decent price. I've got a few and they were fiddly to set up but fine once …Decent price. I've got a few and they were fiddly to set up but fine once they're up and running. Biggest problem is the physical size of them - they'll cover any adjoining sockets on both sides so take that into account. They also protrude from the wall a good few inches, so can cause problems hiding them behind furniture, too.


I agree. They are well made and robust. But they do take up space and can affect plugs of adjoining sockets. Can annoying but you can make it work by moving some plugs around.

The app is decent. Especially compared to something like the Sonoff plug's app.

Overall,id recommend these smart plugs. They haven't failed me and have been reliable, unlike the Sonoff ones.
Bought two a couple of weeks ago as far cheaper than my existing Hive Plugs.

Just as easy to set up, a piece of cake. Look well made.

Great price
To set these ones up, do you need to mess about turning off 5ghz leaving only 2.4 during setup like you do with some?
Thanks, got a few of these, but going to give as a present along with the cheap Alexa I picked up
xlxaiwa55xlx01/11/2019 16:46

To set these ones up, do you need to mess about turning off 5ghz leaving …To set these ones up, do you need to mess about turning off 5ghz leaving only 2.4 during setup like you do with some?


They only work on 2.4ghz.
veedubjai01/11/2019 17:16

They only work on 2.4ghz.


Most do but some will allow you to setup without the need to turn off dual band but others are more of a pain and on my mesh set up I can't turn off 5ghz I have to rename my router and turn off the mesh and 5ghz on the router too. It's all doable but more hassle than I like.
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