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TP-Link Smart Plug WiFi Outlet, Works with Amazon Alexa (Echo and Echo Dot), Google Home, Wireless Smart Socket, Remote Control Timer Plug Switch, Free Tapo App Control, No Hub Required(Tapo P100)

  • Compatibility - Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant for Voice Control
  • No Hub Required - Works with any Wi-Fi router without the need for a separate hub
  • Remote Access - Control devices connected to the Smart Plug wherever you use the free Tapo app on your smartphone
  • Scheduling - Schedule the smart plug to automatically power electronics on and off as needed
  • Away Mode - Turns your devices on and off at different times to give the appearance that someone is home

Easy Set Up
Step 1: Download the free 'Tapo' app

Step 2: Plug the Tapo P100 into a socket

Step 3: Follow the guide on the app


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I don't get why they have released a different eco system of plugs? Why would they do this and make something not compatible with Kasa?
hkphooey07/01/2020 11:14

Really don't get the point of these.... Maybe for Xmas lights to come on …Really don't get the point of these.... Maybe for Xmas lights to come on that's about it the rest can be done with smart bulbs which I use, what you really would want to use like TV on or kettle on these really aren't much use imo


I have them on lamps which can't have smart bulbs in them - 12v halogen bulbs.

Also have it on my TV/Hifi system so its not all on standby as I can't access the socket - switches everything on or off except for the SkyQ box and my network hub. You could also put them on something like a server or DVR which is in an inaccessible location so if for any reason it crashes or needs a hard boot you can just do it from an app.
jrw07/01/2020 11:04

I don't get why they have released a different eco system of plugs? Why …I don't get why they have released a different eco system of plugs? Why would they do this and make something not compatible with Kasa?


That i dont get... but i like the fact they have made them smaller!!
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Is this better than kasa 100
I don't get why they have released a different eco system of plugs? Why would they do this and make something not compatible with Kasa?
jrw07/01/2020 11:04

I don't get why they have released a different eco system of plugs? Why …I don't get why they have released a different eco system of plugs? Why would they do this and make something not compatible with Kasa?


That i dont get... but i like the fact they have made them smaller!!
Really don't get the point of these.... Maybe for Xmas lights to come on that's about it the rest can be done with smart bulbs which I use, what you really would want to use like TV on or kettle on these really aren't much use imo
Will stick with the hs100 and kasa. But good price for anyone getting into smart plugs.
These are meant for lower load devices but not working with the existing App is ridiculous IMO
dré.07/01/2020 11:16

These are meant for lower load devices but not working with the existing …These are meant for lower load devices but not working with the existing App is ridiculous IMO


That's kills it for me. It's enough faff balancing Kasa and flaky LIFX let alone adding another to the mix!
hkphooey07/01/2020 11:14

Really don't get the point of these.... Maybe for Xmas lights to come on …Really don't get the point of these.... Maybe for Xmas lights to come on that's about it the rest can be done with smart bulbs which I use, what you really would want to use like TV on or kettle on these really aren't much use imo


I have them on lamps which can't have smart bulbs in them - 12v halogen bulbs.

Also have it on my TV/Hifi system so its not all on standby as I can't access the socket - switches everything on or off except for the SkyQ box and my network hub. You could also put them on something like a server or DVR which is in an inaccessible location so if for any reason it crashes or needs a hard boot you can just do it from an app.
jrw07/01/2020 11:22

I have them on lamps which can't have smart bulbs in them - 12v halogen …I have them on lamps which can't have smart bulbs in them - 12v halogen bulbs.Also have it on my TV/Hifi system so its not all on standby as I can't access the socket - switches everything on or off except for the SkyQ box and my network hub. You could also put them on something like a server or DVR which is in an inaccessible location so if for any reason it crashes or needs a hard boot you can just do it from an app.


Lamps you sure I have E14 ses smart bulbs one of the smallest fittings around? They colour change and are superb.
TV I'm not bothered about hitting the standby to wake up TV but get what you're saying
How’s overheating or temp. compared to last Kasa version when on full load or idle ?
hkphooey07/01/2020 11:25

Lamps you sure I have E14 ses smart bulbs one of the smallest fittings …Lamps you sure I have E14 ses smart bulbs one of the smallest fittings around? They colour change and are superb.TV I'm not bothered about hitting the standby to wake up TV but get what you're saying


2 lamps would need 8 bulbs. They are 12v not 240v and the pin type, think they are g4 or g9.

Also for tv it's so everything isn't in standby and it draws 40w just being on standby - 2 x amps, sonos connect, pc, xbox, tv.
Size comparison Kasa HS100 VS Tapo P100

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Was just about to post this myself! Cracking deal. For anyone wondering, this only works once per order, but you can reuse with multiple orders so just order as single units
jrw07/01/2020 11:29

2 lamps would need 8 bulbs. They are 12v not 240v and the pin type, think …2 lamps would need 8 bulbs. They are 12v not 240v and the pin type, think they are g4 or g9. Also for tv it's so everything isn't in standby and it draws 40w just being on standby - 2 x amps, sonos connect, pc, xbox, tv.

Wow G9's didn't know table lamps came that small.... You must have great night vision
This works with deco routers? Can't find it anywhere.
hkphooey07/01/2020 11:14

Really don't get the point of these.... Maybe for Xmas lights to come on …Really don't get the point of these.... Maybe for Xmas lights to come on that's about it the rest can be done with smart bulbs which I use, what you really would want to use like TV on or kettle on these really aren't much use imo


Electric blanket. Stopping your phone charging over 80% (with the help of IFTTT)
hkphooey07/01/2020 11:35

Wow G9's didn't know table lamps came that small.... You must have great …Wow G9's didn't know table lamps came that small.... You must have great night vision


eh?

Just checked - floor lamp has 6 G4 10w bulbs and the smaller table lamp 3 - I think 90w is more than enough for a living room at night???

Plenty of lamps for sale with these or G9's

oceanlighting.co.uk/tab…996

oceanlighting.co.uk/flo…346
hkphooey07/01/2020 11:25

Lamps you sure I have E14 ses smart bulbs one of the smallest fittings …Lamps you sure I have E14 ses smart bulbs one of the smallest fittings around? They colour change and are superb.TV I'm not bothered about hitting the standby to wake up TV but get what you're saying


Save 30£ a year if u switch off TV laptop gaming when on standby
BraddersJ07/01/2020 11:45

Electric blanket. Stopping your phone charging over 80% (with the help of …Electric blanket. Stopping your phone charging over 80% (with the help of IFTTT)


Electric blanket? Do people still need/use these
BraddersJ07/01/2020 11:45

Electric blanket. Stopping your phone charging over 80% (with the help of …Electric blanket. Stopping your phone charging over 80% (with the help of IFTTT)


Why would you stop your phone charging over 80%? Phone batteries nowadays are intelligent and they won't draw charge unless they need to. You can't overcharge.
jrw07/01/2020 11:46

eh?Just checked - floor lamp has 6 G4 10w bulbs and the smaller table lamp …eh?Just checked - floor lamp has 6 G4 10w bulbs and the smaller table lamp 3 - I think 90w is more than enough for a living room at night???Plenty of lamps for sale with these or G9'shttps://www.oceanlighting.co.uk/table-lamps-c55/franklite-tl888-nebula-3-light-crystal-table-lamp-polished-chrome-p29996https://www.oceanlighting.co.uk/floor-lamps-c50/dar-cir4950-circa-5-light-floor-lamp-polished-chrome-p28346


Christ they are posh ill stick to my £10 for 2 touch lamps from argos.. And E14 smart bulbs dimmable and colour mood changing
dré.07/01/2020 11:45

"*All smart home products which are produced after Sep.2019 is entitled …"*All smart home products which are produced after Sep.2019 is entitled for 2 years warranty."I've had a few Kasa's die on me, might be worth considering.


How long did they last
hkphooey07/01/2020 11:49

Christ they are posh ill stick to my £10 for 2 touch lamps … Christ they are posh ill stick to my £10 for 2 touch lamps from argos.. And E14 smart bulbs dimmable and colour mood changing


I don't have those ones! Mine were from Argos about 10 years ago!
I've already got a lot of kasa bulbs and kasa smart plugs

baffling that they'd build up this 'ecosystem' for 3 years then switch apps for no apparent reason

would buy for lower footprint if it worked with Kasa and could handle a full load (these apparently can't)

may as well buy a cheap china smartplug as buy this
hkphooey07/01/2020 11:46

Electric blanket? Do people still need/use these


I have air con in the bedroom and still rocking a 3 tog duvet in Jan! Electric Blanket is the last thing I would ever want!
robodan91807/01/2020 11:56

may as well buy a cheap china smartplug as buy this


Beware of the increased fire risk with cheap china plugs.
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hkphooey07/01/2020 11:14

Really don't get the point of these.... Maybe for Xmas lights to come on …Really don't get the point of these.... Maybe for Xmas lights to come on that's about it the rest can be done with smart bulbs which I use, what you really would want to use like TV on or kettle on these really aren't much use imo


Sockets in awkward places for me e.g we have a lamp on a schedule but to adjust it or flick it on early requires moving a piece of furniture. A smart plug is much easier to turn on/off then.
jrw07/01/2020 11:58

I have air con in the bedroom and still rocking a 3 tog duvet in Jan! …I have air con in the bedroom and still rocking a 3 tog duvet in Jan! Electric Blanket is the last thing I would ever want!


Same... I use a summer quilt all yeah..
deleted4728707/01/2020 12:04

Sockets in awkward places for me e.g we have a lamp on a schedule but to …Sockets in awkward places for me e.g we have a lamp on a schedule but to adjust it or flick it on early requires moving a piece of furniture. A smart plug is much easier to turn on/off then.


Smart bulbs less of a fire risk then these Chinese cheap plugs but each to their own
jrw07/01/2020 11:47

Why would you stop your phone charging over 80%? Phone batteries nowadays …Why would you stop your phone charging over 80%? Phone batteries nowadays are intelligent and they won't draw charge unless they need to. You can't overcharge.


Phone batteries are inefficient the nearer to 100%, and will shorten the battery life quicker if charged and left at 100%

If you replace the phone regularly, like 2 cycle you probably wouldn't really notice
Edited by: "maddocks2379" 7th Jan
We use plugs for led lights (white Christmas type) we have in glass display cabinets. Also have tv plug and lamps on them.
maddocks237907/01/2020 12:20

Phone batteries are inefficient the nearer to 100%, and will shorten the …Phone batteries are inefficient the nearer to 100%, and will shorten the battery life quicker if charged and left at 100%If you replace the phone regularly, like 2 cycle you probably wouldn't really notice


May have been true 15 years ago but not now. Apps such as Accu Battery will tell you your battery health and real life capacity. My S8+ I had for 2.5 years had "lost" 200mah over that time and was fast charged cabled and wirelessly daily too 100% at multiple times of the day (such as in car when using Google Maps). My S10+ Has had 147 charge cycles and has a capacity of 4100mah vs the design capacity of 4100mah.

Discharging all the way down is much more harmful to these type of batteries than charging to 100%.
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hkphooey07/01/2020 12:08

Smart bulbs less of a fire risk then these Chinese cheap plugs but each to …Smart bulbs less of a fire risk then these Chinese cheap plugs but each to their own


Really? Can you quantify that at all?
jrw07/01/2020 12:35

May have been true 15 years ago but not now. Apps such as Accu Battery …May have been true 15 years ago but not now. Apps such as Accu Battery will tell you your battery health and real life capacity. My S8+ I had for 2.5 years had "lost" 200mah over that time and was fast charged cabled and wirelessly daily too 100% at multiple times of the day (such as in car when using Google Maps). My S10+ Has had 147 charge cycles and has a capacity of 4100mah vs the design capacity of 4100mah.Discharging all the way down is much more harmful to these type of batteries than charging to 100%.


Wish mine was still like that, I didn't care for charging, tho I never charged overnight and my accubattery is 400mah down in 10months
deleted4728707/01/2020 12:38

Really? Can you quantify that at all?


EDIT: ignore this, I didn't realise hkphooey was describing these TP-Link ones as Chinese cheap plugs, which they're not.

We do have electrical testing standards for a reason. Are you as certain that a cheap plug with a pretty unknown brandname on it will comply with those standards as fully as a branded TP-Link plug?

I may not be able to quantify that uncertainty, but it's still there.
Edited by: "Ashe" 7th Jan
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