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TP LINK HS100 Wi-Fi Smart Plug - Twin Pack V2.1 - Works with Alexa/Google Home - £23.47 delivered @ Ebuyer
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TP LINK HS100 Wi-Fi Smart Plug - Twin Pack V2.1 - Works with Alexa/Google Home - £23.47 delivered @ Ebuyer

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Posted 6th Dec 2019

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The HS100 allows you to create schedules to automatically power on or off your home electronics and appliances at anytime. You can create a schedule for each device any day of the week, or customize it by a specific time in a day. Keep energy bills low by effectively managing your most power consuming appliances. Scheduling allows you to prevent power hungry devices from being left on longer than needed. Make your devices run on your schedule, even when you're not there.


Product Specifications
  • Plugs into any standard wall outlet
  • Supports up to 15A of power to devices
  • Compatible with Android 4.1 and higher or iOS 9 and higher
  • Existing Wi-Fi Network Required
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Thanks OP. Argos has a special offer 3 for £30 is it helps any. argos.co.uk/pro…513
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Paid £6 each for my Sonoff ones
Thanks OP. Argos has a special offer 3 for £30 is it helps any. argos.co.uk/pro…513
qwales06/12/2019 11:45

Paid £6 each for my Sonoff ones


I have sonoff as well, but they run on 2.4ghz... which with time might be an issue as I might have no devices running that frequency
sairamsp06/12/2019 12:07

Thanks OP. Argos has a special offer 3 for £30 is it helps any. …Thanks OP. Argos has a special offer 3 for £30 is it helps any. https://www.argos.co.uk/product/6254269/specialoffers/E31513


nice
Does anyone know of a free delivery or C&C code?
werdas06/12/2019 12:11

I have sonoff as well, but they run on 2.4ghz... which with time might be …I have sonoff as well, but they run on 2.4ghz... which with time might be an issue as I might have no devices running that frequency


Are these not only 2.4Ghz as well?
werdas06/12/2019 12:11

I have sonoff as well, but they run on 2.4ghz... which with time might be …I have sonoff as well, but they run on 2.4ghz... which with time might be an issue as I might have no devices running that frequency



Just use mine with Alexa, don't see anything changing there.
sairamsp06/12/2019 12:07

Thanks OP. Argos has a special offer 3 for £30 is it helps any. …Thanks OP. Argos has a special offer 3 for £30 is it helps any. https://www.argos.co.uk/product/6254269/specialoffers/E31513


I mentioned this great offer in another thread and some Bezos fanboy got all uppity about a similar offer from Amazon that was for 2 vs. 3, and how great it was you didn't have to visit a store. Dang hermits. I still think the Argos deal is a better option
pogux06/12/2019 12:41

Are these not only 2.4Ghz as well?


Yes, unfortunately.
OBH6UK06/12/2019 15:24

Yes, unfortunately.



What's the issue with 2.4Ghz? You don't want if on 5Ghz, you've got to be sitting on top of that for it to be any use
Cheers, been waiting for a deal
On these, now on their way
Oscar286206/12/2019 16:13

Cheers, been waiting for a dealOn these, now on their way


Did you not see the Argos deal for a 3 pack for £30? Offer still on until January 21st.
argos.co.uk/pro…513

Or is it that you only need 2?
qwales06/12/2019 11:45

Paid £6 each for my Sonoff ones


I've got Sonoff, TP-Link and Edimax plugs.

The software is the big difference for me.
The eWeLink app is OK, but not great - but the Kasa app is great and getting better and better - and the Kasa widgets work well.
Another issue for me is that the Sonoff's are not currently supported by mozilla-iot.
However, the Hardware / Price of the Sonoff is hard to beat.
If you don't need the plug aspect (i.e. wire direct into the mains ) you can pick up the Sonoff Basic for about £3.50 on Banggood!

Do not buy the Edimax SP-1101 (if they are still even available) - their app simply doesn't work for me and most other people.
Edited by: "captainpovey" 6th Dec 2019
HotUKDealSeeker06/12/2019 16:25

Did you not see the Argos deal for a 3 pack for £30? Offer still on until …Did you not see the Argos deal for a 3 pack for £30? Offer still on until January 21st.https://www.argos.co.uk/product/6254269/specialoffers/E31513Or is it that you only need 2?


Only needed 2 so this was best for me, cheers
OOS right now
captainpovey06/12/2019 16:57

I've got Sonoff, TP-Link and Edimax plugs.The software is the big …I've got Sonoff, TP-Link and Edimax plugs.The software is the big difference for me.The eWeLink app is OK, but not great - but the Kasa app is great and getting better and better - and the Kasa widgets work well.Another issue for me is that the Sonoff's are not currently supported by mozilla-iot.However, the Hardware / Price of the Sonoff is hard to beat.If you don't need the plug aspect (i.e. wire direct into the mains ) you can pick up the Sonoff Basic for about £3.50 on Banggood!Do not buy the Edimax SP-1101 (if they are still even available) - their app simply doesn't work for me and most other people.


I have a Sonoff garage door operator and the server is often down, eWeLink app is awful and the Wi-fi is flakey. I have a tp link plug and it’s rock solid.
sairamsp06/12/2019 12:07

Thanks OP. Argos has a special offer 3 for £30 is it helps any. …Thanks OP. Argos has a special offer 3 for £30 is it helps any. https://www.argos.co.uk/product/6254269/specialoffers/E31513


I'm tempted with the Argos ones but they appear to be V1 not 2.1? Any idea on the difference? A quick google proved fruitless
Do these track electricity usage as well?
BarbaraFett10/12/2019 22:07

No that's the HS110 I believe


Thank you. Also, surely these can only be used with appliances that turn straight on when they get the power from mains... No? Can't think of any tbh.
Spacevsgravity10/12/2019 22:10

Thank you. Also, surely these can only be used with appliances that turn …Thank you. Also, surely these can only be used with appliances that turn straight on when they get the power from mains... No? Can't think of any tbh.


Lamps..... er.... slow cookers. Can existing users enlighten us?
We programme these using the app on my iPhone. Attach lights to them when we go away.
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