TP-Link HS100 Wi-Fi Smart Plug Twin Pack - £42.99 @ Amazon
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TP-Link HS100 Wi-Fi Smart Plug Twin Pack - £42.99 @ Amazon

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Found 11th Dec 2017
For those that, like myself, missed out on getting these at £19.99 recently, you have an opportunity to get 2 at an effective price of £21.50 each. This is the best currently available price I can find, next best is £24.99 (from a variety of people).

Supports Alexa, which is how most of mine are controlled, and Google Assistant out of the box, plus there is beta support for IFTTT and Stringify, the latter of which I have been using for a while. Alternatively, you can just use the mobile app which also allows for scheduling.

It's an Amazon deal price, but not a deal of the day, so I'm not sure how long it will last.

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Ye that deal was £39.99 for 3 of these. Argos I believe it was with
Edited by: "maxamus007" 11th Dec 2017

Im very tempted. But I got the deal from Argos so although this is a good price I still feel like I'm getting ripped off.. lol

What do people actually use these for other than turning on lamps?

maxamus00725 m ago

Ye that deal was £39.99 for 3 of these. Argos I believe it was with


I got them 3 for 2 last week. Argos were still honouring the Black Friday deal when I showed them the post here. You can also try.

maxamus00710 m ago

What do people actually use these for other than turning on lamps?


Almost anything that plugs in.

Think Christmas tree, electric blanket...etc

It's also handy to be able to turn the lights on before you get home just by telling your phone to do it.

maxamus00733 m ago

Ye that deal was £39.99 for 3 of these. Argos I believe it was with


Yeah, regret not going for those now

Inked6666 m ago

Almost anything that plugs in.Think Christmas tree, electric …Almost anything that plugs in.Think Christmas tree, electric blanket...etcIt's also handy to be able to turn the lights on before you get home just by telling your phone to do it.


Ye i have Hue lights already so no use to me in that regard. Think im just trying to justify a purpose for them for purchase

maxamus00713 m ago

Ye i have Hue lights already so no use to me in that regard. Think im just …Ye i have Hue lights already so no use to me in that regard. Think im just trying to justify a purpose for them for purchase


Christmas Tree, Window Christmas lights, Lamp (one of those with 3 long arms/bulbs), Printer (This is my favourite use!)

umirza858 m ago

Christmas Tree, Window Christmas lights, Lamp (one of those with 3 long …Christmas Tree, Window Christmas lights, Lamp (one of those with 3 long arms/bulbs), Printer (This is my favourite use!)


Suppose I could use them to automate my plug in air fresheners so they only come on when people are at home rather than just being on constantly......

Inked66637 m ago

Almost anything that plugs in.Think Christmas tree, electric …Almost anything that plugs in.Think Christmas tree, electric blanket...etcIt's also handy to be able to turn the lights on before you get home just by telling your phone to do it.


They are rated 13 Amp and 2.99KW each, so you could plug in any sort of things that require more power than a simple lamp. Could be used to control heating as well.

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EN1GMA52 m ago

Yeah, regret not going for those now



As do I - tried as soon as I noticed that deal, but was out of stock literally everywhere. Even a couple of days later the best that could be done was a single one each at two of the nearest 10 branches to me - not much use if you wanted the three for two!
Edited by: "terrestris" 11th Dec 2017

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maxamus0071 h, 12 m ago

What do people actually use these for other than turning on lamps?



For me, I'm only using these for various IKEA LED spotlights that I've dotted around - mainly as cabinet or worktop lighting. However I do have some of the energy monitoring version in place to check power usage of my computer and home cinema gear.

These weren't a deal at £19.99 - £15 and below is deal territory, £20 is full price to all intents and purposes.

Cold.

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tenohfive36 m ago

These weren't a deal at £19.99 - £15 and below is deal territory, £20 is fu …These weren't a deal at £19.99 - £15 and below is deal territory, £20 is full price to all intents and purposes.Cold.



When have these been £15? Apart from the Argos 3 for 2, which quickly became impossible to get, the cheapest I can see looking through previous deals is £16.19 on Prime Day - when if I remember correctly you were only allowed to buy one at that price.

terrestris23 m ago

When have these been £15? Apart from the Argos 3 for 2, which quickly …When have these been £15? Apart from the Argos 3 for 2, which quickly became impossible to get, the cheapest I can see looking through previous deals is £16.19 on Prime Day - when if I remember correctly you were only allowed to buy one at that price.


It was Prime Day. But they have been well below £20 on numerous occasions with several retailers. £21 a pop is not a deal.

Wish these were the H110 .. could monitor power useage too

Lots of bad reviews on Amazon for this product.

5nowman3 h, 43 m ago

Wish these were the H110 .. could monitor power useage too


H110 is a great product. I have 5 of them and the energy monitoring is really worth the extra 5er from me

No longer available.

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Mtbapple1 h, 9 m ago

No longer available.


It still is, but is temporarily out of stock - check the 'Other sellers on Amazon' box and you'll see it listed. However, now that the 3 for 2 is back at Argos, that's a better deal anyway.

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