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SONOFF S26 WiFi Smart Plug Socket - UK Plug (Works with Alexa, Google Home + iOS & Android) £6.51 w/code @ Dresslily
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SONOFF S26 WiFi Smart Plug Socket - UK Plug (Works with Alexa, Google Home + iOS & Android) £6.51 w/code @ Dresslily

£6.51£12.2247%Dresslily Deals
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Posted 15th Aug 2018Shipping from China

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Sonoff S26 Wifi smart plug (UK plug) for £6.51 with code DSDLSALE9. This is the newer Sonoff Smart plug and is more compact than the older S20 version and works with Google Home and Amazon Echo. Is a decent product from what I have read online. At checkout the shipping insurance is automatically ticked, remove and add code to get the £6.51 price. Paypal payment option.




SONOFF S26 WiFi Smart Plug Socket - UK Plug

  • 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


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*Pre-Sonoff Company Registration*

"Now all we need is a name, any suggestions? Something around tech..."

"Sonos?"

"Seems to be taken"

*Phil at the back*

"Sonoff?"

...And that is the story of how Sonoff came to be.
M0nk3h15/08/2018 13:21

*Pre-Sonoff Company Registration*"Now all we need is a name, any …*Pre-Sonoff Company Registration*"Now all we need is a name, any suggestions? Something around tech...""Sonos?""Seems to be taken"*Phil at the back*"Sonoff?"...And that is the story of how Sonoff came to be.


Someone doesn't understand a play on words, it's a Switch that turns ON and OFF.
sonoffa...just got like 10 of these yesterday
Just be aware that these are only rated to 10 amp. High current devices such as rapid boil kettles, heaters, etc... cannot be used with them.

I am surprised that they have not designed these for 13 amp devices. The previous S20 version is also only rated to 10 amp.
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sonoffa...just got like 10 of these yesterday
*Pre-Sonoff Company Registration*

"Now all we need is a name, any suggestions? Something around tech..."

"Sonos?"

"Seems to be taken"

*Phil at the back*

"Sonoff?"

...And that is the story of how Sonoff came to be.
Ordered. Thanks
voted hot
Got through to end twice and shopping basket says empty... Anyone else?
How long does delivery take?
Do these require a hub?
Scorching deal! Thanks!
I wish I could get this to boil the kettle.
Thanks for this - somehow I have earned D points and could use 79 against this purchase, this knocked another £1.29 off bringing price down to £5.23. Don't know where the D points came from as I can't remember dealing with them in the past!!
Also TCB are offering 9.45%, don't know if it will track as well as the code though.
Edited by: "slamb" 15th Aug 2018
Just ordered a couple, thank you
Is this plug safe? someone can hack the wifi network to control the switch?
£5.23 with points.
Edited by: "wellhellothere" 15th Aug 2018
(Slightly modified )

*Pre-Sonoff Company Registration*

"Now all we need is a name, any suggestions? Something around tech..."

"Sonos?"

"Seems to be taken. Hey Phil at the back, what do you think?"

Phil: Sod off!

"Sonoff? Good suggestion Phil, we'll go with that"

...And that is the story of how Sonoff came to be.
Edited by: "dewonderful" 15th Aug 2018
oversleep15/08/2018 13:43

Is this plug safe? someone can hack the wifi network to control the switch?



What and turn your Christmas tree lights on. :/
Edited by: "wellhellothere" 15th Aug 2018
Just be aware that these are only rated to 10 amp. High current devices such as rapid boil kettles, heaters, etc... cannot be used with them.

I am surprised that they have not designed these for 13 amp devices. The previous S20 version is also only rated to 10 amp.
wellhellothere15/08/2018 13:46

What and turn your Christmas tree lights on. :/


yeah and other connect electrical equipments
Ordered 3, thanks!
DazJWood4 m ago

Just be aware that these are only rated to 10 amp. High current devices …Just be aware that these are only rated to 10 amp. High current devices such as rapid boil kettles, heaters, etc... cannot be used with them.I am surprised that they have not designed these for 13 amp devices. The previous S20 version is also only rated to 10 amp.


Requires some draw for the wifi components I imagine.
oversleep15/08/2018 13:43

Is this plug safe? someone can hack the wifi network to control the switch?


Are you worried someone will switch on the lights when you're not there and waste your power?
Bigfootpete15/08/2018 13:56

Are you worried someone will switch on the lights when you're not there …Are you worried someone will switch on the lights when you're not there and waste your power?


Sort of and also penetrate the home network from the low security of the wifi plug. ( Maybe I watch too much movies)
Nice. About to send back the TP-Link Smart Plug as I cannot for the life of me get it to connect.
oversleep12 m ago

Is this plug safe? someone can hack the wifi network to control the switch?


Anybody can hack anything if there was a monetary value. Paranoia
M0nk3h15/08/2018 13:21

*Pre-Sonoff Company Registration*"Now all we need is a name, any …*Pre-Sonoff Company Registration*"Now all we need is a name, any suggestions? Something around tech...""Sonos?""Seems to be taken"*Phil at the back*"Sonoff?"...And that is the story of how Sonoff came to be.


Someone doesn't understand a play on words, it's a Switch that turns ON and OFF.
It’s 16% Quidco for new customers may or may not get it as used a code.

But if you don’t buy a ticket you won’t win the raffle. Thanks have some heat
The discount seems to max-out at three switches. Add any more and the discount doesn't increase.

My first order also seemed to give me 247 D-points which took more than £3 off the order. The second order didn't have these points.
Better than BT ones for 34.99£..??
oversleep29 m ago

Sort of and also penetrate the home network from the low security of the …Sort of and also penetrate the home network from the low security of the wifi plug. ( Maybe I watch too much movies)


I'm far more worried about someone breaking into my house and stealing my plugs!
Ordered. Not sure what I'll use it for but at this price, sure there must be something. 😁
RollJ15/08/2018 13:36

I wish I could get this to boil the kettle.


buy the i kettle, its fab !
Dresslily seems to have poor reviews on trustpilot
£5.69 after D points taken off
Does this require a sonoff app or something to use as a timer feature? (or is it possible with google home alone)
b1g1an15/08/2018 14:08

Someone doesn't understand a play on words, it's a Switch that turns ON …Someone doesn't understand a play on words, it's a Switch that turns ON and OFF.


Someone doesn't understand the joke...
M0nk3h15/08/2018 15:13

Someone doesn't understand the joke...


Think jokes are meant to be funny not lame sarcasm
kevyn15/08/2018 14:50

Does this require a sonoff app or something to use as a timer feature? (or …Does this require a sonoff app or something to use as a timer feature? (or is it possible with google home alone)


The app is called eWeLink, and it claims to do timers, though I've never tried myself.
SewerSide7 m ago

The app is called eWeLink, and it claims to do timers, though I've never …The app is called eWeLink, and it claims to do timers, though I've never tried myself.


The app is decent, timers and schedules are easy to set up
deleted92912615/08/2018 14:37

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Unfortunately not.

Sonoff do a non-plug version (Pow R2) and a US plug with power monitoring (S31) but no UK 'Plug' version as of yet. They havnt been as well received in the UK as overseas but holding out as the TPLinks are a little out of my biting point as I would want many of them.

These come into their own at this price when used with a Home Automation system and flashed with custom firmware (I use Tasmota and HASSIO). Using out the box requires an app but more importantly access to Chinese servers which have been know to go offline at times.


Also, if ordering more than one, the discount stops at three. So anymore wont get discounted.


To quote from my other post:

"If you are new to this or have no skills at all with hardware (ie me, very techie but useless with my hands) then I would highly suggest the Sonoff S26's. So much easier to use and not too much more expensive (about £7-8)

Tasmota is slightly more difficult to get on as the daughter board where the contacts sit (not holes just pads) are tiny and use some form of heat resistive Marvel universe solder which took ages to get to a point where I could get wires attached to them. On removing the wires the contact pads came away on one of them so hoping no OTA bricks it

Once on Tasmota they work a treat. Using Home Assistant for automation and TasAdmin addon you can manage, control and even mass update them OTA all from one place.

TLDR; Get someone good with wiring and soldering to do it for you if you have even a doubt about your skills.
Yes they have their downsides, yes they are cheaply made, yes there is always the potential for something to go bang with cheaply made products but Yes, they are absolutely brilliant when up and running."
Edited by: "IAmTheDude" 15th Aug 2018
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