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TP-LINK HS100 Wi-Fi Smart Plug £15 @ John Lewis (+£2 if Click & Collect)
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TP-LINK HS100 Wi-Fi Smart Plug £15 @ John Lewis (+£2 if Click & Collect)

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Posted 11th Jan

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Easily manage your electronic devices and appliances anywhere using your smart phone or tablet with the HS100 TP-Link Smart Wi-Fi Plug. Turn devices on or off, check status, create schedules and set timers using the Kasa app (available on iOS and Android). Check on your devices remotely and come home to a well-lit house. Use away-mode to make it look like you are home when you travel, and have lights turn on and off at set times to conserve energy and help you save on your next bill. Add voice control to any electronic device by pairing with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. And with IFTTT, you can create personalised Applets that trigger automatic actions on your smart plug.

Key Features:

  • Control your smart plug from anywhere with your smart device using the Kasa app (iOS and Android)
  • Works with Amazon Alexa & Google Home to use voice control
  • Set schedules such as turning the lights on in the morning and off at night
  • Away Mode lets you set your devices to come on and off at different times to give the appearance that someone is home
  • No hub required
System requirements:

The Kasa app on one of the following smart devices:

  • Android 4.1 or higher, iOS 8 or higher
Accessories Included:

  • Quick Installation Guide
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15 in B&Q free click and collect.

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I think I recall x3 for £30 in Argos???
martinsmith1811/01/2020 15:52

I think I recall x3 for £30 in Argos???


It was. As in, no longer.
That deal spoiled us for value perception.
This isn't a bad deal. Its basically about the going rate.
Fjurg-Van-Der-Ploeg11/01/2020 16:51

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these are better at keeping the connection. Some of the cheaper ones need re-pairing to router frequently

also some of the cheaper ones are not 13 amps
I have a few of these TP Link HS100, but wondering what they are like compared to the new versions

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rodney_jxl11/01/2020 17:48

I have a few of these TP Link HS100, but wondering what they are like …I have a few of these TP Link HS100, but wondering what they are like compared to the new versionshttps://www.amazon.co.uk/TP-Link-Wireless-Tapo-Required-P100/dp/B07Z942YWS/?tag=hupeuk-21


Same functionality, they just use a different app. The new version are significantly smaller.
hal2play11/01/2020 20:58

Same functionality, they just use a different app. The new version are …Same functionality, they just use a different app. The new version are significantly smaller.


Yes same functionality, in as much as its an on/off switch. However the newer Tapo, smaller, cheaper ones have less current-handling capability - no problem for low power items like led lamps, but more significant with heaters and the like. And they are reported as having some 'issues', whereas these Kasa ones seem to be fuss-free and capable of switching 13 amps without breaking.
Added - and the new product has the manual control on the side, rather than the top.
Edited by: "wdh" 11th Jan
wdh11/01/2020 21:13

Yes same functionality, in as much as its an on/off switch. However the …Yes same functionality, in as much as its an on/off switch. However the newer Tapo, smaller, cheaper ones have less current-handling capability - no problem for low power items like led lamps, but more significant with heaters and the like. And they are reported as having some 'issues', whereas these Kasa ones seem to be fuss-free and capable of switching 13 amps without breaking. Added - and the new product has the manual control on the side, rather than the top.


Where are you getting the ‘less current capability’ from as they are both rated 13 amps. I have 4 Tapo running alongside several Kasa and none have skipped a beat. Infacf, the Tapo seem to have a longer wifi range than the Kasa and are working in areas of poor wifi coverage.
hal2play12/01/2020 08:50

Where are you getting the ‘less current capability’ from as they are both r …Where are you getting the ‘less current capability’ from as they are both rated 13 amps. I have 4 Tapo running alongside several Kasa and none have skipped a beat. Infacf, the Tapo seem to have a longer wifi range than the Kasa and are working in areas of poor wifi coverage.


From previous comments on here.
Noted however that the Tapo Tech Spec on the UK website does indeed claim full 13 amp capability.
hal2play11/01/2020 20:58

Same functionality, they just use a different app. The new version are …Same functionality, they just use a different app. The new version are significantly smaller.


Apparently not same functionality - no IFTTT compatibility with the Tapo, for example.
Edited by: "steve252" 19th Jan
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