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) - £25.99 at Amazon
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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) - £25.99 at Amazon

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Found 2nd Aug 2017
Amazon have now price matched PC World.



Lowest it has been for a while - cheapest I remember was £24.99 but that was limited to one per person.



Might be worth a look for those who want to add a remote controlled socket to Alexa.



This is the HS110 version which has the power monitoring as well.



Should also work with Google Home



There is one cheaper in the other suppliers, but they are new and deliver from France. Not sure if it's worth a punt.
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Seems like these have been up and down alot on price since prime day.
paulkerr13 m ago

what about these ones 2 for £29https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0732P28N5?psc=1

They look good, but don't appear to work with IFTTT, so not for me unfortunately
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buddn072 m ago

They look good, but don't appear to work with IFTTT, so not for me …They look good, but don't appear to work with IFTTT, so not for me unfortunately

Couldn't you control them via Alexa with IFTTT?
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paulkerr21 m ago

what about these ones 2 for £29https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0732P28N5?psc=1

Never used them but only have 1 bad review. You should post this as a new deal.

I have quite a few of the tp-link plugs and they work flawlessly. Have them set on schedules and controllable via Alexa.
buddn0730 m ago

They look good, but don't appear to work with IFTTT, so not for me …They look good, but don't appear to work with IFTTT, so not for me unfortunately

Use the stringify app. Similar idea to ifttt and it can also communicate to ifttt. Add a new thing in the app and look for tplink beta.
Edited by: "OdhranC" 2nd Aug 2017
This is a good price for this, but I'm just not sure why I need the energy monitoring... can someone sell me on it?!
I have one of the standard ones which I picked up on Prime day for £16 and I'd grab 2 more of them in an instant...
energy monitoring is a bit of a gimic, look for the cheaper Hs 100, much better value if you can get it around £17.

I got 3 of them, good product
cullies3 m ago

energy monitoring is a bit of a gimic, look for the cheaper Hs 100, much …energy monitoring is a bit of a gimic, look for the cheaper Hs 100, much better value if you can get it around £17.I got 3 of them, good product


That's kind of how I'm feeling... I love the other one - worked great with my Alexa / Hue setup (controlling a lamp right now but keep thinkng of other things I want to control... but as you say - I dont really care on the energy they're using!
You can get it for the same price at Currys .. £25.99 and free delivery , also an extended guarantee to 3 Years
Edited by: "icloud" 2nd Aug 2017
sod that price, £6, Sonoff POW, Alexa too. Can be flashed to use MQTT for home automation systems.
powerbrick27 m ago

sod that price, £6, Sonoff POW, Alexa too. Can be flashed to use MQTT for …sod that price, £6, Sonoff POW, Alexa too. Can be flashed to use MQTT for home automation systems.


Tell me more about this sonoff setup...
Can an electric radiator (panel heater) be plugged into one of these?
vaderag1 h, 35 m ago

Tell me more about this sonoff setup...


Just Google it, loads of info and vids.
powerbrick2 h, 23 m ago

Just Google it, loads of info and vids.



how many people on here do you think can solder headers and flash it? people on here find putting a pc together hard.
Reigan1 h, 46 m ago

how many people on here do you think can solder headers and flash it? …how many people on here do you think can solder headers and flash it? people on here find putting a pc together hard.


You dont have to, it has an Alexa skill and mobile app out of the box.
dharle20 h, 6 m ago

Can an electric radiator (panel heater) be plugged into one of these?

Would have thought so. Doesn't the heater have a timer function?

I plugged my kettle in: device name was "Polly Put The kettle" and obv followed command with on/off
Got a few of those now + Google home. But now starting to think.. How can they save money when they are constantly on standby?? Same with the Philips HUE lights and the wifi thermostats..
Gneiting3rd Aug

Got a few of those now + Google home. But now starting to think.. How can …Got a few of those now + Google home. But now starting to think.. How can they save money when they are constantly on standby?? Same with the Philips HUE lights and the wifi thermostats..

Doubt they save money for many people - it'll take a long time to pay off that purchase price!
I picked up some Sonoff based on @powerbrick 's suggestion... wow. Awesome. cheap as chips, dead easy, work a treat.
Gonna be grabbing a few more and probably getting rid of my TP-Link that I have at some point!
vaderag35 m ago

I picked up some Sonoff based on @powerbrick 's suggestion... wow. …I picked up some Sonoff based on @powerbrick 's suggestion... wow. Awesome. cheap as chips, dead easy, work a treat.Gonna be grabbing a few more and probably getting rid of my TP-Link that I have at some point!


did you put your own firmware on?
powerbrick38 m ago

did you put your own firmware on?

Nope. Was suggested and looked into it, but I wanted the timer functionality which didn't seem I could easily replicate without a home server. Worked as I wanted out the box and safe in the knowledge that if they ever kill their servers then I can always flag and use different firmware to keep them alive!
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