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TP-LINK Kasa HS100 V2.1 Smart Plug £14.99 free delivery or C&C @ Currys
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TP-LINK Kasa HS100 V2.1 Smart Plug £14.99 free delivery or C&C @ Currys

£14.99£19.9925%Currys PC World Deals
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Posted 18th Jul

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  • Switch appliances on and off from your smartphone or tablet
  • Works with Amazon Alexa / Google Assistant
  • Turn any plug socket into a smart power outlet
  • Schedule your appliances to switch off automatically
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Are these any good?
Fox_meister18/07/2019 17:14

Are these any good?


Yeah they do their basic job perfectly! Ain't had any issues with my one!
Got one on the prime day deals. Delivered today, just trying to decide what to try it on
Same price at Amazon FWIW.
What's so special about version 2.1?
Only downside to these is how chunky they are! Stand out like a sore thumb. Otherwise perfect purchase.
Could i use the app from few devices at the same time? I was thinking to use this with the electric boiler at home, so everyone can switch on it before come home without have to use the WhatsApp group.
Edited by: "Pokora" 18th Jul
Azzin18/07/2019 17:36

Same price at Amazon FWIW.


At Amazon Non prime members pay £4.49 extra for delivery.
picklepick18/07/2019 20:11

At Amazon Non prime members pay £4.49 extra for delivery.


Good point.
Pokora18/07/2019 19:50

Could i use the app from few devices at the same time? I was thinking to …Could i use the app from few devices at the same time? I was thinking to use this with the electric boiler at home, so everyone can switch on it before come home without have to use the WhatsApp group.


Yeah me and my partner both have the app. When one of us uses it the others app instantly updates
Got the 2nd gen woox one's on Amazon prime day for 7 quid. Does the same and tracks electricity usage!
Thanks for posting @picklepick we have added this to the Highlights section
anyone know what is new in these v2.1s vs older ones?
Does it need a hub to work?
Bought it on prime day... Struggling to find a use for this now
sonypc10019/07/2019 20:27

Does it need a hub to work?


No hub needed just your WiFi and the Kasa app to set it up and use it.
you can get these free with facebook amazon review groups...
rav4cas18/07/2019 17:19

Got one on the prime day deals. Delivered today, just trying to decide …Got one on the prime day deals. Delivered today, just trying to decide what to try it on


Lamps Christmas lights and any thing that's behind cupboards that can not be turned off easily
Pokora18/07/2019 19:50

Could i use the app from few devices at the same time? I was thinking to …Could i use the app from few devices at the same time? I was thinking to use this with the electric boiler at home, so everyone can switch on it before come home without have to use the WhatsApp group.


Google assistant works a dream
Might glue/nail this into my kids wall socket to limit his xbox time
rav4cas18/07/2019 17:19

Got one on the prime day deals. Delivered today, just trying to decide …Got one on the prime day deals. Delivered today, just trying to decide what to try it on


Have one in the bedroom connected to table lamp. Configured amazon echo dot to on/off this saying Alexa good night will switch off this lamp. Just fun for me but also strange seeing my toddler growing up believing its the natural way to off/on lights.
Ishaaq_Nabi19/07/2019 20:59

you can get these free with facebook amazon review groups...


How exactly?
If you sign up to edf energy you can get one for free.
Fox_meister18/07/2019 17:14

Are these any good?


I have 3 of these and do not find them anywhere near reliable enough when used via Google Assistant - roughly a third of the time it fails to be able to control it. However they are much more reliable when used directly from the Kasa app which is actually pretty good.
thewolf8u19/07/2019 21:06

Might glue/nail this into my kids wall socket to limit his xbox time …Might glue/nail this into my kids wall socket to limit his xbox time


You can limit there time in the parental control settings on the Xbox.
I can't tell if this is hot or not. I mean; do I really need it over a conventional mechanical timer?

It looks useful. But, would I use it? I suppose I could try and find a use after buying it ?
Edited by: "DildoBagginz" 20th Jul
I got one of these about a year ago free with something from Amazon, must have been last year's prime deal. I haven't used it because it was free and I can't think of anything I want to switch on remotely. I might find a lamp and switch that on and off a few times, then I'll get bored I guess.

I know I'll get it to switch my router on and off, how could that possibly go wrong.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 20th Jul
Pokora18/07/2019 19:50

Could i use the app from few devices at the same time? I was thinking to …Could i use the app from few devices at the same time? I was thinking to use this with the electric boiler at home, so everyone can switch on it before come home without have to use the WhatsApp group.


You probably can.
Now showing as £24.99
Whilst these plugs are good ( I have one that came with the Echo glitch about a year or so ago) their very expensive. I also have cheaper WiFi plugs that cost £6.99 and work perfectly, Sonoff ones got 4 of them and had zero issues. Just thought I'd throw that out there.
Edited by: "po57405k" 20th Jul
duction19/07/2019 22:47

If you sign up to edf energy you can get one for free.


Left edf behind, use octopus, ovo, bulb !
Would choose the Anker ones over these, much smaller.
Just in case it's not obvious to anyone... If you're thinking about getting these for lamps thinks about whether it's the best solution. Using one of these only gives you on/off. Swapping the lamp's bulb for a smart bulb can also give dimming, warmth, colours etc...

(Although bulbs are likely to need bridge etc)
Don't get to caught up on the v2.1, the one I bought a year ago was also a v2.1, what you need to be careful of is if you accidently get a v2.1 labelled one that actually is a v2.0 which has inferior hardware. I just bought two in the Amazon sale to add to the ones I have, both labelled 2.1 on box and device but when trying to install one would not work at all and wouldn't connect to my wifi, I contacted support and they suggested updating to a beta firmware which they did with me but when doing realised the hardware was v2.0 and as soon as support knew this they told me to contact Amazon to replace, which thankfully Amazon did and shipped me a new one overnight.
These are great. Been using them for a while now with absolutely no issues. To give some example uses, we use two for our living room lamps which allow us to easily switch on and off both the lamps by asking Alexa to do so, which is great when we’re bringing our newborn down for a feed in the middle of the night. We use another one for our hall lamp, predominately for use on a timer. We also had one in use last year for our Christmas lights since the plug was behind the TV amongst a sea of cables, so it saved on an awkward stretch which risked knocking down the TV and/or electrocution
AGAIN ANOTHER LET DOWN AS IT IS ADVERTISED AS £24 NOW AND JUST RECEIVED HOTDEALS MAIL THIS INSTANT !
Link to Currys now £24.99. Argos doing 2 for less than £30. Bought several of these in sales recently. 3 worked 2 wouldn’t. Better to buy from somewhere like Argos etc st least you haven’t got the hassle sending them back if they don’t work.
DildoBagginz20/07/2019 00:57

I can't tell if this is hot or not. I mean; do I really need it over a …I can't tell if this is hot or not. I mean; do I really need it over a conventional mechanical timer?It looks useful. But, would I use it? I suppose I could try and find a use after buying it ?


The smart ones at least follow sunset and sunrise time changes. Mechanicals don’t.
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