ORVIBO WiWo-S20 Wi-Fi Smart Home Remote Control Timing Socket Plug only £10.64 delivered @  Banggood
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ORVIBO WiWo-S20 Wi-Fi Smart Home Remote Control Timing Socket Plug only £10.64 delivered @ Banggood

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Found 20th Nov 2015
Excellent price for this. Nearly bought one a few days ago from Amazon for £19 (£15 if you have Prime) but ummd and ahhd. Glad I did.

ORVIBO WiWo-S20 Wi-Fi Smart Remote Control Timing Socket Plug

Main Features :
● Support WiFi network.
● Support Smart Configure Net Technology, Easy to Access Settings
● Home Appliances Status Timely to Feedback to APP
● Support Max 10 Timing Task
● APP Support Max 150 WiFi Sockets
● Support Max 20 Devices to Control WiFi Socket
● Easy installation, easy handling and can be activated immediately and stably

You can control your home appliances plugged into WiFi smart socket from anywhere as long as your smart phone connected with internet.
You control the on/off time of your home appliances according to your life style by setting the crontabs,
You’ll have much clever homeappliances which know you better.

It’s doesn’t matter even if you forget whether you close your home appliances or not,
you can use WiWo app to see the on/off state of your home appliances and close them.
You can control all your home appliances plugged into WiFi smart socket through WiWo app,
so WiWo S20 is your home at your fingertips.
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App has poor reviews...
I really don't need one of these, so why am I considering buying it.

Bang Good is also dangerous. Add items to basket in app, put thumbprint on button & Bang, it's ordered !!

Cheers Andy
Was going to order but left it after reading reviews.
If anyone interested then use code xmas06 for 6% off. Price will get down to £10.
I've heard bad bad things about bang
good
it really is hit and miss with the app, doesn't work quite alot
Bang good = never delivered
Got the WeMo version but very unreliable and sent back
Ordered a few things from bang this past couple of weeks. My mobius dash cam was delivered in around 6 days & a Xioami power bank in a similar amount of time.

I've a few more things ordered as I was impressed at the price & delivery - the gear they said was original also checked out & passed the authenticity tests, so I'm happy

Decided to take a miss with this though after reading up on up.
240v under remote control sounds a bit dangerous tbh.
All my stuff from bangood has arrived, bout 10 things over the last few months, no problems with them, and prices seem a bit cheaper than other sites like DX etc
I have a few of these and they work fine
jimunix

240v under remote control sounds a bit dangerous tbh.


is it much different to having a timer switch though? (in terms of safety)
Edited by: "spannerzone" 21st Nov 2015
My outside lights were switched from the garage which is incredibly inconvenient so I have now got them controlled using one of these sockets. It works well.
bought one a few months ago via Amazon, works flawlessly, as does the app.
jimunix

240v under remote control sounds a bit dangerous tbh.



yes even worse if there was a bug in the software/firmware
dbox

yes even worse if there was a bug in the software/firmware


Funny you say that... lot's of Chinese software is full of it...
Got a Wemo which works well. Got it hooked up to Sony Smartwatch so I can turn lights on and off with it.
Go for WeMo, used it constantly for past few months with a fan heater with no problems whatsoever. Highly recommended.
I have one of these, I love it. No problems at all. Will only work when your phone is on the same WiFi as th switch though
jedijacobs

App has poor reviews...



Brilliant APP and Brilliant device, probably reviewed by numpties..
dazza1112

I have one of these, I love it. No problems at all. Will only work when … I have one of these, I love it. No problems at all. Will only work when your phone is on the same WiFi as th switch though


It works On wifi On 3G 4G Edge.... It just works, Your router might be blocking incoming port traffic on to this device, add the devices IP in to exception q....
Its brilliant to have the ability to turn your garden lights on when you get in to your GEO fence range.
stealth666

Funny you say that... lot's of Chinese software is full of it...



Well at least its not a Jeep Grand Cherokee
wired.com/201…ix/
Shipping 7-25 days.
And they wont have stock for another 3 days.
This is putting me off.

Ebay are selling this for around £15.50.


Edited by: "sunama" 21st Nov 2015
hmmm, buy one of these, click switch on coffee machine, set it going when I leave work. have coffee ready when home.......

I think I have a problem
each one can handle one device ?
Ordered a couple. They seem like a great idea. Thanks for posting.
arashmatrix

each one can handle one device ?



Each of these fits onto 1 plug socket.
It can control (on/off) only that particular socket.
So, if you want to control many items from 1 socket, you need a extension lead which costs about 5-10GBP, but if you go this route, you will shut down all applicances on that extension lead.

Alternatively, you can buy multiple orvibo sockets to shut down each appliance, individually.

You can also try this one out. It has 4 individually controlled sockets.
energenie4u.co.uk/ind…019
Edited by: "sunama" 22nd Nov 2015
I have several of these and use them to control my lights when out, they work great.
Bluefusion

I have several of these and use them to control my lights when out, they … I have several of these and use them to control my lights when out, they work great.


Just wondering when you say lights I assume you mean lamps? I want to be able to control plugged in lamps but also the main house lights (at least a couple of rooms) so am looking for a good all in one solution that does both and isn't too expensive
Sone Options could be:

1. orvibo switch £10ea but only work on plugged in lamps

2. The new Qube light on Indiegogo which are about 19USD each

3. Get a Philips hue generation 1 hub on eBay, going for around £10 and then buy the hue white bulbs £15ea

Received mine today. And pleased to report it works on WiFi AND via Web control.

If I turn my wifi off and use 4G on my phone its still able to control it. I read up on this and it seems originally it was local network only but a firmware update is available for those wanting to have cloud control.

Hot from me.
For those who own one of these I created a controller, which works on a standard windows PC, for use in my "smart home".
Basically you can control the device on your pc.
If you want you can download it free here.
sunama

For those who own one of these I created a controller, which works on a … For those who own one of these I created a controller, which works on a standard windows PC, for use in my "smart home".Basically you can control the device on your pc.If you want you can download it free here.



Youtube video and put your link there so tons of other people will benefit. and you get to have few followers?
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