TP-Link HS110 Wi-Fi Smart Plug higher model version - @ £24.99 and inc delivery - Also same price PC world / Currys (Amazon now OOS)
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TP-Link HS110 Wi-Fi Smart Plug higher model version - @ £24.99 and inc delivery - Also same price PC world / Currys (Amazon now OOS)

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Found 14th Jan
1 . Looks like prime only at this price however this is still good. This is the HS110 not the HS100 which has fewer features.

2. Not sure how long this deal will last.

3. Same price PC world / Currys - Amazon price matched.

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  • Switch appliances on and off from your smartphone or tablet
  • Turn any plug socket into a smart power outlet
  • Monitors energy usage
  • Compatible with iOS / Android
  • Works with Google Assistant / Amazon Alexa

TP-Link HS110 Wi-Fi Smart Plug with Energy Monitoring, Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, No Hub Required, Control Your Devices from Anywhere (UK Plug)



Product DescriptionControl electronics from anywhere using your tablet or smartphone with the HS110 smart plug. Turn devices on/off, check status, create schedules and set timers using the Kasa app. Gain peace of mind by checking on your devices remotely and always coming 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/off at set times to conserve energy and save on your next bill. Add voice control to any electronic device by pairing with Amazon Echo. With power consumption, HS110 can tell users how much electricity a light bulb used yesterday, last week, last month and even last year.

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  • Smart plug HS110
  • Quick start guide
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Completely recommend these to everyone! I have four so far all connected to lamps which are then connected to Google Home, never had any problems with them.
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Completely recommend these to everyone! I have four so far all connected to lamps which are then connected to Google Home, never had any problems with them.
doesa any know if you can monitor the wattage usage from a device with this?
HS110 is not a newer model it’s just offering the energy monitoring.

Good price though.
darthvader666uk2 m ago

doesa any know if you can monitor the wattage usage from a device with …doesa any know if you can monitor the wattage usage from a device with this?


yep you can.
ecsrobin7 m ago

HS110 is not a newer model it’s just offering the energy monitoring. Good p …HS110 is not a newer model it’s just offering the energy monitoring. Good price though.


Thanks.. edited. I always thought the HS100 was the older model! just a lower spec one with fewer features.
I've got one of these and it has a horrible buzz when turned on. Probably need to send it back. Does work well with the app and is great for checking power draw for pc's etc
darthvader666uk18 m ago

doesa any know if you can monitor the wattage usage from a device with …doesa any know if you can monitor the wattage usage from a device with this?


Yes.
So is the only advantage of this model over the lower one the energy monitoring? I can’t say it’s something I would ever use, can’t imagine who would tbh?
CloudHeaven7 m ago

So is the only advantage of this model over the lower one the energy …So is the only advantage of this model over the lower one the energy monitoring? I can’t say it’s something I would ever use, can’t imagine who would tbh?



There no smart monitoring up my area yet and Im grabbing one of these as I have a few Mining rigs setup so I can monitor the wattage of each device Other than that....not too surte?
CloudHeaven49 m ago

So is the only advantage of this model over the lower one the energy …So is the only advantage of this model over the lower one the energy monitoring? I can’t say it’s something I would ever use, can’t imagine who would tbh?


I thought that, but I'm starting to consider it for things like SmartThings where you can set rules up, such as automatically turning the washing machine off when the power consumption drops below whatever level (meaning it's cycle has finished.) Fairly niche mind.
These plugs are really good especially if you have a smart home. I took advantage of the Argos 3 for 2 deal on HS100’s that was posted on here just before Christmas. They work very well with Alexa. The extra info on Energy monitoring is good but not worth paying extra for ass you get loads of info in the plugs app anyway but seen as this is the same price as the HS100 it’s worth buying if you are on the lookout for something like this
Edited by: "Rossmor40" 14th Jan
Anyone know if you can get one with ethernet? ?
Does the 110 give live current (amps) reading or just total kw used from last switch on, I have the 100 and that gives running time from when it's turned on.
Mine turns heating on in man shed for my free electric saturdays.
The only thing I would say is to be careful with devices that use alot of power like heaters etc. As I can't remember the exact power limit but they do have a limit and can burn out if you go over it! Saying that though I'm only using mine for lamps atm and haven't tried them on anything powerful! Still a good price for this model and definitely worth buying!
No problem Justin its on an oil heat max 1500w
Siddy2 h, 53 m ago

Does the 110 give live current (amps) reading or just total kw used from …Does the 110 give live current (amps) reading or just total kw used from last switch on, I have the 100 and that gives running time from when it's turned on.Mine turns heating on in man shed for my free electric saturdays.


Yes it does.
I have one of these.
Works very well, updates the power usage every second basically. So I can see when my PC is on load. I've tried it from 1w up to 3kw with no issues.

Going to use it in the summer to turn my portable aircon unit on and off.
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Thanks......ordered
Cheers OP!
CloudHeaven5 h, 38 m ago

So is the only advantage of this model over the lower one the energy …So is the only advantage of this model over the lower one the energy monitoring? I can’t say it’s something I would ever use, can’t imagine who would tbh?


Yes it is the only difference
Problem with new equipment is even though you can use sockets like these they still need an input from a remote. I had to get a extra push button fan so it auto run when temp got warmer for the dog over summer whilst at work.
justinm_7 h, 23 m ago

Completely recommend these to everyone! I have four so far all connected …Completely recommend these to everyone! I have four so far all connected to lamps which are then connected to Google Home, never had any problems with them.


I've got the TP Link plugs and bulbs and all work flawlessly. Very pleased. Work great with Google Home too.
These are frequently £25 on Amazon in my experience as bought 5x of them over the course of last year. If you can get them when they are < £25 for the HS110 model then your on to a real bargain, never ever had to pay RRP of £35.
Mr_McSavage10 h, 34 m ago

I've got one of these and it has a horrible buzz when turned on. Probably …I've got one of these and it has a horrible buzz when turned on. Probably need to send it back. Does work well with the app and is great for checking power draw for pc's etc


They buzz for me if plugged into an extension lead, especially if the mains circuit it’s on is a bit overloaded! Might not be the case with yours, but maybe try direct into a wall socket and see if the buzzing goes away!
I bought one a few days ago and use the energy monitoring for an oil filled radiator to test the thermostat works (ie cuts out the power) and to test the power impact of the various switches/settings on the radiator. Also its neat to know what a nightime of cosiness has cost me haha
If you have Echos that below to two different user accounts then don't bother. These devices can only be owned by one Amazon user/account, not everyone in the household.
Back up to £34.98
same price still on amazon... £24.99

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I have been looking at purchasing smart plugs but having read the numerous negative reviews on this brand (mainly on Amazon UK and US), particularly the reviews where the plugs have overheated and/ or melted. I would not be comfortable having them in the home and left unattended. There also appears to be similar issues with Samsung's smart plug. There's a post on their Smart Things website discussing their plugs overheating and melting (community.smartthings.com/t/s…154).

I have now bought some off the Sonoff S20 plugs but have not set them up yet. These are only rated to 10 amps so cannot be used with high current devices. I have not found any reviews alluding to any dangers associated with these devices though this does not necessarily mean they are any safer to leave unattended.

I am surprised there has been no response back publicly from these manufacturers to explain these issues; whilst there is potential for a loose/ bad connection in an appliance plug to cause a plug and/ or socket to overheat, without investigation and confirmation, there still could be manufacturing/ design faults.
DazJWood18th Jan

I have been looking at purchasing smart plugs but having read the numerous …I have been looking at purchasing smart plugs but having read the numerous negative reviews on this brand (mainly on Amazon UK and US), particularly the reviews where the plugs have overheated and/ or melted. I would not be comfortable having them in the home and left unattended. There also appears to be similar issues with Samsung's smart plug. There's a post on their Smart Things website discussing their plugs overheating and melting (https://community.smartthings.com/t/smarthings-outlet-fire-hazard/82201/154).I have now bought some off the Sonoff S20 plugs but have not set them up yet. These are only rated to 10 amps so cannot be used with high current devices. I have not found any reviews alluding to any dangers associated with these devices though this does not necessarily mean they are any safer to leave unattended. I am surprised there has been no response back publicly from these manufacturers to explain these issues; whilst there is potential for a loose/ bad connection in an appliance plug to cause a plug and/ or socket to overheat, without investigation and confirmation, there still could be manufacturing/ design faults.


I think the majority of the bad reviews are from people that are using high powered equipment with them, I use them on all my lamps and they've been great!
justinm_6 h, 12 m ago

I think the majority of the bad reviews are from people that are using …I think the majority of the bad reviews are from people that are using high powered equipment with them, I use them on all my lamps and they've been great!


Possibly, but the TP Link plugs are rated for up to 13A. They should be fine with high current devices.
Would anyone recommend these over the Belkin Wemo Insight?
I literally just sold one of these on ebay for £30. I had no use for it, couldn't think of anything useful.
Just to throw another option into the mix, £23 if you collect for HS100: tesco.com/dir…ers
If you're looking to home automation on budget Sonoff are the leading budget brand.

their version of this wifi socket cost £10
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Will these work with sky Q hub router as my old Tp link wifi plug doesn’t, any advice appreciated, I’ve ended up going back to my old router, thanks
I've got two lights, one using a TP-link plug, and one using a Sonof in-line connector. They're in a group, but the Sonof takes at least twice as long to respond:
I couldn't justify spending £25 for one when I have half a dozen similar from chinese sellers for £6 each that work fine with Google home and IFTTT.
Link doesnt work for me. Any one else?

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