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  • Compatibility - Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant for Voice Control. Without Energy Monitoring
  • 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 phone
  • Schedule and Timer - Schedule/Timer the smart plug to automatically power electronics on and off as needed
  • Device Sharing - Share management permissions with family members for multiple control




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Space-Saving Design
Fits into any standard socket without blocking adjacent ones with its sleek, compact design.
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Multiple Safety Guarantees
High-end quality ensures electrical safety. Remote control and multiple safety guarantees help minimize burning hazards.
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Product guides and documents
User Manual (PDF)


What's in the box?
  • Smart Wi-Fi Plug -Tapo P100*4
  • Quick Installation Guide


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    King_Homer:

    Can you give me a link to the Amazon brand you're referrihng to? Cheers.

    Amazon smart plug

    Not as cheap but no pain either. (edited)
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    loofer21/04/2022 09:52

    How much energy do these consume on their own, in standby?Is it a fallacy …How much energy do these consume on their own, in standby?Is it a fallacy in terms of energy saving?Im sure there will be some appliances that have higher and some lower standby energy consumption


    I wouldn't expect much of a saving if you only have a single appliance plugged into one but I have several of these in use with extension leads connecting multiple devices to save standby power. (TV/AMP/games console etc..)
    I actually have Alexa routines configured so the smartplugs power off/on when activity is detected by my Ring Alarm motion detectors.

    bobbymartini21/04/2022 09:54

    Alex5454:I just returned these yesterday. It simply didn't work for me. I …Alex5454:I just returned these yesterday. It simply didn't work for me. I tried both android and iOS phone but no success.Glad it wasn't just me then. I found they worked flawlessly with Alexa for about 4 hours then stopped working for no reason and no amount of trying could change that. Everything else connected to Alexa works like a dream though. Put me off their products for life.


    Common cause for these stopping working is if you change the password in the Tapo app, if you change your Tapo app password you have to unlink/relink the Tapo skill with Alexa (edited)
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    I've had a pair of these for a couple of years now - never missed a beat.
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    CyDoNiA21/04/2022 11:25

    Not sure what the issue was then sorry. I have static IPs (in fact the …Not sure what the issue was then sorry. I have static IPs (in fact the Tapos need static IP for Home Assistant too) and stuff but not had any issues at all.


    I got amazon brand now coming today. This one will work hopefully. Thanks for you opinions mate.
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    I just returned these yesterday. It simply didn't work for me. I tried both android and iOS phone but no success.
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    How much energy do these consume on their own, in standby?

    Is it a fallacy in terms of energy saving?
    Im sure there will be some appliances that have higher and some lower standby energy consumption
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    Alex5454:
    I just returned these yesterday. It simply didn't work for me. I tried both android and iOS phone but no success.

    Glad it wasn't just me then. I found they worked flawlessly with Alexa for about 4 hours then stopped working for no reason and no amount of trying could change that. Everything else connected to Alexa works like a dream though.
    Put me off their products for life.
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    Uridium:

    I wouldn't expect much of a saving if you only have a single appliance plugged into one but I have several of these in use with extension leads connecting multiple devices to save standby power. (TV/AMP/games console etc..)
    I actually have Alexa routines configured so the smartplugs power off/on when activity is detected by my Ring Alarm motion detectors.


    Common cause for these stopping working is if you change the password in the Tapo app, if you change your Tapo app password you have to unlink/relink the Tapo skill with Alexa

    I didn't change or do anything. They just stopped working. A few people on amazon report the same problem.
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    Works well with fairy lights and Alexa. There's a physical switch on the side so the plug can be switched on/off manually
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    Uridium21/04/2022 10:05

    I wouldn't expect much of a saving if you only have a single appliance …I wouldn't expect much of a saving if you only have a single appliance plugged into one but I have several of these in use with extension leads connecting multiple devices to save standby power. (TV/AMP/games console etc..)I actually have Alexa routines configured so the smartplugs power off/on when activity is detected by my Ring Alarm motion detectors.Common cause for these stopping working is if you change the password in the Tapo app, if you change your Tapo app password you have to unlink/relink the Tapo skill with Alexa


    Can they safely operate with how many plugs or total amps plugged in?

    Also, what are alternative brands and features. Though 4 for £27 does seem good value. Surprised not hotter.
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    Think I will stick with my Kasa plugs. Pity they don't sell Kasa in the UK any more.
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    Another possible reason for it not working is if your broadband is 5Ghz.
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    Similar plug from Tenda is also on sale at £24.99/4-pack
    amazon.co.uk/dp/…h=1
    Tenda's one is rated at 10A while the P100 is rated at 13A. Aside from this I am interested to compare the user experience between the two.
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    Alex545421/04/2022 09:32

    I just returned these yesterday. It simply didn't work for me. I tried …I just returned these yesterday. It simply didn't work for me. I tried both android and iOS phone but no success.


    What was the issue? Sometimes if you have separated 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz WIFI bands and your phone connects to the 5Ghz it may cause an issue as these will join the 2.4Ghz.

    I have probably 8 or so of these installed and no issues. Even work in Home Assistant now as well as the app and Google Home/Alexa etc.
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    CyDoNiA21/04/2022 11:19

    What was the issue? Sometimes if you have separated 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz WIFI …What was the issue? Sometimes if you have separated 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz WIFI bands and your phone connects to the 5Ghz it may cause an issue as these will join the 2.4Ghz.I have probably 8 or so of these installed and no issues. Even work in Home Assistant now as well as the app and Google Home/Alexa etc.


    I have some static IP devices installed. I turned off 5g and still no success.
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    Alex545421/04/2022 11:21

    I have some static IP devices installed. I turned off 5g and still no …I have some static IP devices installed. I turned off 5g and still no success.


    Not sure what the issue was then sorry. I have static IPs (in fact the Tapos need static IP for Home Assistant too) and stuff but not had any issues at all.
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    rav4cas21/04/2022 10:39

    Think I will stick with my Kasa plugs. Pity they don't sell Kasa in the UK …Think I will stick with my Kasa plugs. Pity they don't sell Kasa in the UK any more.


    A shame TP-Link didn't merge Kasa and Tapo when they acquired them but I have a mix of Kasa and Tapo and with Home Assistant installed on a Raspberry Pi and Google Home it makes little difference to me which system they use now.
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    CyDoNiA21/04/2022 11:27

    A shame TP-Link didn't merge Kasa and Tapo when they acquired them but I …A shame TP-Link didn't merge Kasa and Tapo when they acquired them but I have a mix of Kasa and Tapo and with Home Assistant installed on a Raspberry Pi and Google Home it makes little difference to me which system they use now.


    Just seems the Kasa's are better built to me.
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    Alex5454:

    I got amazon brand now coming today. This one will work hopefully. Thanks for you opinions mate.

    The amazon brand works like a dream. You'll have no problems.
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    I have some Kasa plugs and they work fine. I also bought a Poundland one (for £5!) and it also seems to work fine, though it's another app to install on your phone. I use the SmartLife app rather than whatever it said on the box and it's all good. I control it via Google/Alexa and I don't see an advantage to the TP-Link ones now. Has anyone done a proper comparison?
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    bobbymartini21/04/2022 13:16

    Alex5454:I got amazon brand now coming today. This one will work …Alex5454:I got amazon brand now coming today. This one will work hopefully. Thanks for you opinions mate.The amazon brand works like a dream. You'll have no problems.


    Can you give me a link to the Amazon brand you're referrihng to? Cheers.
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    I ordered a couple of these last time around. I've since been disappointed to find the Tapo app is a lot less connected than the Kasa app. I was hoping to use NFC tags to act as switches, but I don't think it'll be achievable with these, as they don't work with IFTTT etc.
    I'd be happy to be corrected on this!
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    bobbymartini21/04/2022 13:16

    Alex5454:I got amazon brand now coming today. This one will work …Alex5454:I got amazon brand now coming today. This one will work hopefully. Thanks for you opinions mate.The amazon brand works like a dream. You'll have no problems.


    I was using wrong app that was the reason I couldn't connect the device silly me
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    rav4cas21/04/2022 10:39

    Think I will stick with my Kasa plugs. Pity they don't sell Kasa in the UK …Think I will stick with my Kasa plugs. Pity they don't sell Kasa in the UK any more.


    Yes they do
    smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/…F52
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    Uridium21/04/2022 10:05

    I wouldn't expect much of a saving if you only have a single appliance …I wouldn't expect much of a saving if you only have a single appliance plugged into one but I have several of these in use with extension leads connecting multiple devices to save standby power. (TV/AMP/games console etc..)I actually have Alexa routines configured so the smartplugs power off/on when activity is detected by my Ring Alarm motion detectors.Common cause for these stopping working is if you change the password in the Tapo app, if you change your Tapo app password you have to unlink/relink the Tapo skill with Alexa


    How do you do the alexa routine to turn on plugs when ring detects? Like you get it to automatically put on house lights?
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    KhuramNasar22/04/2022 02:03

    How do you do the alexa routine to turn on plugs when ring detects? Like …How do you do the alexa routine to turn on plugs when ring detects? Like you get it to automatically put on house lights?


    Yes. Ring Motion detector sees movement between set hours and turns on the smartplug
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    loofer21/04/2022 09:52

    How much energy do these consume on their own, in standby?Is it a fallacy …How much energy do these consume on their own, in standby?Is it a fallacy in terms of energy saving?Im sure there will be some appliances that have higher and some lower standby energy consumption


    I'd hazard a guess that ZigBee or zigwave sockets would use a lot less power than a WiFi enabled device.

    WiFi is over the top for just a simple on and off switch IMO.
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    Can you connect to the socket remotely if it’s zigbee/zigwave?
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    cjdshaw22/04/2022 01:08

    Yes they dohttps://smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/B082DYJF52


    So they do. Got more expensive, paid £8.99 each in November 2021. Now double the price.
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