TP-LINK HS110 Smart Plug £25.99 @ PC World
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TP-LINK HS110 Smart Plug £25.99 @ PC World

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Found 1st Aug 2017
Top features:


- Control your devices remotely with the free app


- Energy saving features with a countdown timer for safety


- Pair with Alexa or Home so you can use voice commands


- Away mode turns devices on and off as if you're home


Control your devices remotely


Easily control your lights and electronic devices from anywhere in the world with the TP-Link HS110 Smart Plug.


Using the free Kasa app, you can schedule your electronics to turn on and off as needed, or simply press a button on your phone to turn something on or off. This means you can easily control every device in your home without even needing to get out of bed.


Energy saving


If you use heaters or fans, the TP-Link Smart Plug is perfect for efficiently conserving energy and reducing your bills. The Smart Plug can track your device's power consumption in real-time, and has weekly and monthly summaries so you can stay on top of your energy use.


For peace of mind the Plug has a countdown timer, which automatically switches off appliances if you've set a time limit before – perfect for powering down irons and curling tongs after certain periods of use.


Pair with Alexa or Home


If you have an Amazon Echo or Google Home, you can pair the Smart Plug with Alexa and control everything with a simple voice command.


To get started, all you have to do is connect the Smart Plug to your WiFi and plug it into a standard socket.


Away mode


To protect your home while you're on holiday or away, the Away mode turns your devices on and off at different times throughout the day to give the appearance that someone is still home.
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£24.99 in Argos, Amazon etc and has been low as £17 on here a few mionths ago
I'll wait. A better price to be had.
cullies13 m ago

£24.99 in Argos, Amazon etc and has been low as £17 on here a few mionths a …£24.99 in Argos, Amazon etc and has been low as £17 on here a few mionths ago


To be fair, this has never been less than £24.99 on Amazon.. uk.camelcamelcamel.com/HS1…48S
cullies

£24.99 in Argos, Amazon etc and has been low as £17 on here a few mionths … £24.99 in Argos, Amazon etc and has been low as £17 on here a few mionths ago


It's £29.99 on Amazon and Argos, I think you must be looking at the one without energy monitoring which is £24.99.
Edited by: "Sirez" 1st Aug 2017
I do like my gadgets , hues lights, google home etc.........but did not really need one of these, but picked one up anyway for £16 on Amazon deal last month......but have found it perfect for use with my slow cooker as sometimes have to do 12 hour shifts which would overcook the food if started when I left home, quite cool to switch your cooker on from 30 miles away....:)

Edit: mine was the HS100 much the same but less features, just noticed they are available from other sellers for £11.99 (£12.99 for the HS110) but am a bit wary as all the sellers are brand new with zero feedback

amazon.co.uk/gp/…new
Edited by: "mfactor" 1st Aug 2017
cullies59 m ago

£24.99 in Argos, Amazon etc and has been low as £17 on here a few mionths a …£24.99 in Argos, Amazon etc and has been low as £17 on here a few mionths ago

You are looking at the HS100, this is the HS110 with energy monitoring features
Hot, even if people are confusing this for a cheaper, inferior product.
It can only really guess at power consumption. It would monitor the amps and guess at 240Vs, which would be fluctuating.
It's close enough, but not worth the extra money.
bigbak2 h, 59 m ago

It can only really guess at power consumption. It would monitor the amps …It can only really guess at power consumption. It would monitor the amps and guess at 240Vs, which would be fluctuating.It's close enough, but not worth the extra money.

At the moment that extra money is only £1 or £2 though! If you are in the market for one why would you not get the better model?
Amazon marketplace has them suspiciously cheap at the moment. I tried to post the deal yesterday; it was removed for 'self-promotion' but I'm not a seller or affiliate. On googling it, my best guess is it was cause it's dispatched from France (not considered a ‘UK’ deal maybe?)


Ordered 2 anyway. Can report back assuming that's not breaking any rules? (maybe there's a more appropriate place to post?)
MarkOfTheDead2 h, 54 m ago

Amazon marketplace has them suspiciously cheap at the moment. I tried to …Amazon marketplace has them suspiciously cheap at the moment. I tried to post the deal yesterday; it was removed for 'self-promotion' but I'm not a seller or affiliate. On googling it, my best guess is it was cause it's dispatched from France (not considered a ‘UK’ deal maybe?)Ordered 2 anyway. Can report back assuming that's not breaking any rules? (maybe there's a more appropriate place to post?)

I'm guessing those will never be delivered, another amazon marketplace fraud. Don't understand why they don't filter them out, Amazon must lose a fortune having to refund people.
OB13 h, 11 m ago

I'm guessing those will never be delivered, another amazon marketplace …I'm guessing those will never be delivered, another amazon marketplace fraud. Don't understand why they don't filter them out, Amazon must lose a fortune having to refund people.


yeah, if it sounds too good to be true it usually is... figured between amazon's A to Z guarantee and purchase protection on the card it was worth a punt though.
Expire deal . Now £35
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