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TP-Link Smart Plug (Tapo P100) WiFi Outlet, Works with Amazon Alexa, Google Home App Control, No Hub Required £9.99 (+£4.49 NP) @ Amazon
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TP-Link Smart Plug (Tapo P100) WiFi Outlet, Works with Amazon Alexa, Google Home App Control, No Hub Required £9.99 (+£4.49 NP) @ Amazon

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Posted 18th Dec 2019

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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

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Size comparison between TP-Link Kasa HS100 and Tapo P100

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Edited by: "Smash77" 18th Dec 2019
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This will not work with the TP link App
Needs a separate one
Great price! These plugs need to drop in value, they normally cost the same as the cheaper smart speakers.
What's the deal with Tapo - is it a rebrand of TP-Link's IoT devices? Any reason why the TP-Link app would not work with these? They certainly look better than then TP-Link ones.
Size comparison between TP-Link Kasa HS100 and Tapo P100

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Edited by: "Smash77" 18th Dec 2019
RudeYute18/12/2019 20:32

What's the deal with Tapo - is it a rebrand of TP-Link's IoT devices? Any …What's the deal with Tapo - is it a rebrand of TP-Link's IoT devices? Any reason why the TP-Link app would not work with these? They certainly look better than then TP-Link ones.


TP-Link Tapo is new line up from TP-Link includes smart plug, bulbs, cameras etc.

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Edited by: "Smash77" 18th Dec 2019
Got the argos deal on the rounder versions. So essentially same deal times 3 . No win no lose. They been great fro the Xmas tree. No more climbing under turn off. Just an Alexa command. They must of been preparing for the new versions
Edited by: "dm_hallam" 18th Dec 2019
Tapo ... quality name, what was going through TP-Links minds, the same crap probably Microsoft smoked when they named the 3rd gen Xbox the Xbox One and the 4th Gen the Xbox One X-Series. Sounds like a pound shop brand name.
Edited by: "appolospb" 18th Dec 2019
Any recommendation...these or the original TP-Link plugs?
If anybody knows of a Alexa voice controlled version hook me up
Mixed feelings about these. It seems they've been too hasty with releasing them onto the market, and suffer from bugs (and delivery issues - mine took a month to arrive for "next day delivery").

They were a breeze to setup, and worked well for the first few weeks, but after that they stopped being able to reach the Internet.

That's fine if you just use the Tapo app at home, but if you want to use Google Home or Alexa - or want to use it away from home - then it'll show as offline / "not responding".

Have been going back-and-forth with TP-Link and their R&D for a week now to get that resolved.

Also, keep in mind the 13A rating isn't 13A per se:

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H0TDEALER18/12/2019 21:42

If anybody knows of a Alexa voice controlled version hook me up


Works with Alexa.
Does this work with HomeKit ?
Block011318/12/2019 21:58

Does this work with HomeKit ?


No. Also no IFTTT or Deco integration. Alexa and Google Home only.
Block011318/12/2019 21:58

Does this work with HomeKit ?


No HomeKit
No Samsung Smartthings
Smash7718/12/2019 22:03

No HomeKitNo Samsung Smartthings


The Kasa one does right ?
appolospb18/12/2019 21:07

Tapo ... quality name, what was going through TP-Links minds, the same …Tapo ... quality name, what was going through TP-Links minds, the same crap probably Microsoft smoked when they named the 3rd gen Xbox the Xbox One and the 4th Gen the Xbox One X-Series. Sounds like a pound shop brand name.


A little like appolospb?
Block011318/12/2019 22:03

The Kasa one does right ?


Kasa doesn’t support HomeKit but it does support SmartThings.
In stock Jan 4th 2020. 2 for £15 for be a cracker
Edited by: "H0TDEALER" 18th Dec 2019
Smash7718/12/2019 22:05

Kasa doesn’t support HomeKit but it does support SmartThings.


Ok, thanks
Myatu18/12/2019 21:47

... Also, keep in mind the 13A rating isn't 13A per se:[Image] ....


Hmmm. Bit of a penalty for being smaller! (Quite apart from reliability ...)

I'm very happy with the big fat Kasa TP-Link plugs ... the Tapo ones seem to have been excessively cheapened ...
This one or the Teckin- both a similar price point?
Carlitos_way31/12/2019 15:36

This one or the Teckin- both a similar price point?


I'll be sending the ones I bought back (or send them off for recycling). I have reached a point where even TP-Link is left shrugging about how to fix the connectivity issues. Nooie seems to have decent reviews, so might go for one of those instead... They're also about the same for a 2-pack.
Myatu01/01/2020 19:20

I'll be sending the ones I bought back (or send them off for recycling). I …I'll be sending the ones I bought back (or send them off for recycling). I have reached a point where even TP-Link is left shrugging about how to fix the connectivity issues. Nooie seems to have decent reviews, so might go for one of those instead... They're also about the same for a 2-pack.


Thanks, I'll probably go for the 13a square teckin ones. As you say they are pretty similar price point and the reviews on Amazon seem pretty decent mostly.
Myatu01/01/2020 19:20

I'll be sending the ones I bought back (or send them off for recycling). I …I'll be sending the ones I bought back (or send them off for recycling). I have reached a point where even TP-Link is left shrugging about how to fix the connectivity issues. Nooie seems to have decent reviews, so might go for one of those instead... They're also about the same for a 2-pack.


If you end up disposing of your old ones I'd be willing to pay your p&p to me - maybe fruitless but I'm hoping a reset and a different network would bear different results from what you experienced!
Worth a gamble, right?
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