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SONOFF S26 Wifi Smart Plug in 15 hour ‘sale’ £6.87 on Dresslily
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SONOFF S26 Wifi Smart Plug in 15 hour ‘sale’ £6.87 on Dresslily

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Posted 21st Jul

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UPDATED (And be quick if you believe them )

These have dropped again - by £1.05
Delivery cost £2.56

It’s not the cheapest these have been in the long term but still a good price in my opinion.

I use these at home as I don’t use Alexa or similar home device and these just work well and simply with the app. You can also group them and use timers. They do work with all the home devices too however.

Sometimes you can get voucher codes too for the site if you search a bit. Shipping is cheap and not ridiculously slow too 😁

Main Features:
● Remote turn on / off connected device
● Support checking real-time device status on APP “eWeLink” ( you can download from Apple Store or Google Play )
● Support scheduled / countdown / loop timing tasks
● Setting scene to turn on / off a group of devices in the same account
● Setting scene to trigger on / off the other device by status changes
● Works with Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, Amazon Tap
● Works with Google Home, Google Home Mini, Google Nest
● Works with IFTTT

Specification:
● Power supply: 90 - 250V AC ( 50 / 60Hz )
● Max. current: 10A
● Max power: 2200W
● Enclosure material: fire retardant ABS
● Wireless standard:802.11.b / g / n 2.4G WiFi
● Encryption: WEP / TKIP / AES
● Security mechanism: WPA-PSK / WPA2 - PSK
● Operating temperature: 0 - 40 Deg.C

Tips
● S26 is the mini version of S20 and the instructions for both products are the one coming with S20

Note
● The light has two colors, red and yellow-green, which has no influence on using
Brand: SONOFF
Model: S26
Product weight: 0.1000 kg
Package weight: 0.1300 kg
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These are excellent devices and can be used with Home Assistant without having to manually flash firmware. They also support Google Assistant and Alexa. This retailer gets poor reviews but they are often 6 or 7 quid on banggood.com
Edited by: "dwl99" 21st Jul
This can be flashed with 3rd party software called Tasmota, significantly increasing functionality.
Not the easiest process I seen thought. Requires opening casing, connecting special cables etc. Mostly for geeks, but definitively pays for efforts
Good product, had several of these controlled with Alexa and never had an issue with them. Got them from Dresslily as well. Slightly expensive in comparison with previous Sonoff deals, however half the price of TP Link so I believe the price is quite good. i am sure there is a Dresslily code to get these cheaper, hopefully somebody will find it and post it here. Hot from me!
Don't operate on 5ghz network, so have caused me a pain when I've changed router recently. Can't be bothered to sort it out yet, but worth considering, 2.4ghz only.
got one of these and couldnt get it to connect to my network still sitting in the box.
What amps?
sjm19833321/07/2019 15:55

got one of these and couldnt get it to connect to my network still sitting …got one of these and couldnt get it to connect to my network still sitting in the box.


Try disabling 5ghz on your router or failing that use the compatible pairing mode
Brilliant price for a smart plug
bbgun2421/07/2019 16:07

Try disabling 5ghz on your router or failing that use the compatible …Try disabling 5ghz on your router or failing that use the compatible pairing mode



yeh tried both of them ,got one of the £6 tc ones from homebase and it worked straight off also only using 2.4 so dunno what the issue with the sonoff one is
maxamus00721/07/2019 15:56

What amps?


10A, not the full 13A but fine provided you’re aware of this
Ed.Winchester21/07/2019 15:15

Don't operate on 5ghz network, so have caused me a pain when I've changed …Don't operate on 5ghz network, so have caused me a pain when I've changed router recently. Can't be bothered to sort it out yet, but worth considering, 2.4ghz only.


2.4Ghz is what they should be, 5 Ghz is for your big data using items, 2.4Ghz has better range and isn't as overcrowded as it used to be either.

Just be sure your 2.4 and 5 have different SSIDs rather than the stupid way they all seem to be set up as default, shouldn't have any issues then other than you may have to switch the device you are initially setting them up with over to 2.4, switch back after and again all should be fine from then on.
I echoed what others said. These are great pieces of kit. I bought them slightly cheaper but this is a very good price.
Heat, I really like the Sonoff devices as they are cheap and cheerful in the main, the RF bridge is a handy addon as you can link it to most 433mhz devices, I have a doorbell and smoke and water leak alarms and PIR all connected to mine which are very cheap £2 to £8 usually. Also the TH16 & TH10 which can have temperature and humidity are great for heating / cooling.

The only negative is the ewelink app / server which can sometimes lose connection and the last update broke notification device naming, but like others have said you can flash tasmota and use something like home assistant. Paul Hibbert and DrZzs have some good info.

youtube.com/cha…8ng

youtube.com/use…web
Used one for the Christmas tree lights last year via Google Home. House didn't burn down over that four week period, which is good news.
I got two from Dresslilly in the past. One didn’t work but they wouldn’t replace it. Had to get PayPal involved.
Coming up as £10.40 with the shipping is there a code I'm missing ?
Edited by: "thaigary" 21st Jul
thaigary21/07/2019 20:03

Coming up as £10.40 with the shipping is there a code I'm missing ?


agreed this price is PLUS shipping.
Ordered 4 last time, 1faulty no refund offered, the worst customer service.
Never again order with dressily.
I couldn't get mine to work no matter what I did. Spent more time than was worth trying to connect them (5ghz off). Purchased the tplink version and they worked straight away.
Not a great price once postage factored in.
sjm19833321/07/2019 15:55

got one of these and couldnt get it to connect to my network still sitting …got one of these and couldnt get it to connect to my network still sitting in the box.



If you're trying to set them up via your phone, then disable mobile data on your phone and try again.
bazray21/07/2019 17:50

Heat, I really like the Sonoff devices as they are cheap and cheerful in …Heat, I really like the Sonoff devices as they are cheap and cheerful in the main, the RF bridge is a handy addon as you can link it to most 433mhz devices, I have a doorbell and smoke and water leak alarms and PIR all connected to mine which are very cheap £2 to £8 usually. Also the TH16 & TH10 which can have temperature and humidity are great for heating / cooling.The only negative is the ewelink app / server which can sometimes lose connection and the last update broke notification device naming, but like others have said you can flash tasmota and use something like home assistant. Paul Hibbert and DrZzs have some good info.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7G4tLa4Kt6A9e3hJ-HO8nghttps://www.youtube.com/user/wolfsweb


Anyone got a simple video which shows how to wire the other type you get which you can wite direct to appliances please?

I've got a couple of the plugs and they are fantastic but want to wire up the other type to an extension socket.
EN1GMA22/07/2019 14:27

Anyone got a simple video which shows how to wire the other type you get …Anyone got a simple video which shows how to wire the other type you get which you can wite direct to appliances please?I've got a couple of the plugs and they are fantastic but want to wire up the other type to an extension socket.


Do you mean these ones, I got these when they first came out for about £3, to be honest the connectors are not a very good design and they don't have an earth passthrough if I remember correctly but they do work.

youtube.com/wat…pgA

youtube.com/wat…wNE
Edited by: "bazray" 22nd Jul
I picked up a handful of the basic devices for £3.50 inc p&p on eBay and wired them through my extension cables - all working perfectly:
I have a few of these and they're nice and a decent size but the wifi isn't great on them vs my tp-link equivalent.
sjm19833321/07/2019 15:55

got one of these and couldnt get it to connect to my network still sitting …got one of these and couldnt get it to connect to my network still sitting in the box.


Hold the power button for 5seconds until it flashes, then again until it flashes more rapidly, change WiFi to the itead-***** network, in the app add using compatibility mode at the bottom, confirm WiFi settings presented, and it should take 1second to get device id and a further 18seconds to complete. It should work fine on dual band and is prob 2ghz for the range as most people don’t have multiple AP’s, so big houses would be a problem on some weak 5ghz eg sky. Hope that helps.
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