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Knightsbridge Smart Extension Lead - Certified Works with Amazon Alexa & Google Assistant - £21.60 @ Amazon

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  • CONTROL EACH OUTLET INDIVIDUALLY – 3 controllable sockets and the entire USB charging black can be controlled via the app, voice assistant or manually
  • NO HUB REQUIRED, NO MONTHLY FEES – Works with existing Wi-Fi Router
  • SIMPLE TO SET UP – Plug in, download the SmartKnight or SmartLife app, add device and play
  • SET SCHEDULE OR TIMER – Automatically power on/off things like lamps and other electrical devices
  • APP OR VOICE CONTROL – Certified to work with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant
  • REMOTE ACCESS – Control from your phone whilst away from home
  • SHARING – Share control or set restrictions with family members (via app)
  • Founded in Dunstable, Bedfordshire in 1998, Knightsbridge has since established itself as one of the UK’s leading importers and distributors of lighting products and electrical wiring accessories. We pride ourselves on providing quality in everything we do – from our ever-growing competitive product ranges to the incredible quality of our service. All products are tested and certified for use in the UK, complying with the current UK wiring regulations. A member of Lighting Industry Association, LIA
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  1. P-A1XAKS's avatar
    For this price I'd be tempted to go more with a kasa or tp link version for same price.

    This looks really chunky too
  2. wakkaday's avatar
    Looks homemade
  3. Danielle71's avatar
    It's a bit bulky isn't it... I'll stick to meross ones..
  4. MasterBlaster_'s avatar
    I've been looking for a new extension lead for my daughter PC yesterday. What I learned is that there are so many fancy lookin leads, but no matter what it says in the description, it is good to read what people got to say about them. Some of them are really dangerous.
    KevlarMonkey's avatar
    True, but I think knightsbridge would be certified okay. I'd still go kasa though as I already have one. Cntrolling the usb ports might be nice, but not all at once.
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