Twin pack TP link HS100 smart plugs works with Google Home / Alexa / iOS / Android / IFTTT now £34.99 delivered @ BT Shop
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Twin pack TP link HS100 smart plugs works with Google Home / Alexa / iOS / Android / IFTTT now £34.99 delivered @ BT Shop

£34.99£49.9830%BT Shop Deals
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Refreshed 4th Aug (Posted 2nd Aug)Expires on 31/08/2018
Really good price for these seeing as one is £24.99 in Argos and Amazon etc at the moment and this is a twin pack making them £17.49 each with free delivery as well.

Control loads of different things with your voice by pairing with Amazon Alexa on your Echo, Tap or Dot or on Google Home or with the free Kasa App on your phone. It also works remotely so you can scare your other half by turning lights or music on whilst you are out without them knowing from your phone!

Has scheduling feature so you can choose times for lights and appliances to come on and off - handy if you want to have a slow cooker meal ready when you get home. Away mode turns your connected devices on and off at different times to give the appearance that someone is home (Just like Home Alone!)

Easy to set up as well and they get brilliant reviews everywhere.

Kasa app works with android version 4.1 and above and iOS 8 and above and also works with IFTTT so you can create different comands like turn all the lights off or on at sunset in your specific location

Maximum power Capacity is 2.99 KW

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ReviewChimp39 m ago

I have one and have it connected to a fan. Great during the recent …I have one and have it connected to a fan. Great during the recent heatwave, where the unrelenting heat zapped all my getting up and flipping the switch strength...


Amateur! Link plug to IFTT and then use the temperature sensor on your active heating and have the fan turn when it's too hot automatically!

- Note I don't actually know how to do this, but it sounds a great idea!
I've got one of these powering my Alexa... it switched off fine but now it won't come back on
Edited by: "goldust" 2nd Aug
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New to Alexa recently and I’m trying to convince myself I need some of these. I can’t for the life of me think of any uses though. Slow cooker already has a timer. Don’t really need them on any lamps. Hmmm
Can u use them on extension plugs to switch of multiple devices ?
ash786i1 m ago

Can u use them on extension plugs to switch of multiple devices ?


I believe so.
kaisah164 m ago

New to Alexa recently and I’m trying to convince myself I need some of t …New to Alexa recently and I’m trying to convince myself I need some of these. I can’t for the life of me think of any uses though. Slow cooker already has a timer. Don’t really need them on any lamps. Hmmm


I have a Google home and we have a stereo connected to one of ours - Ok google turn on the kitchen speaker then play spotify through it - great at parties! Also use them for the outside lights when I don't want to get of the hot tub but its getting dark and I don't want to get out - turn them on on my phone!
What if the device has a switch? Surely that needs to be activated
travisbickle3 m ago

What if the device has a switch? Surely that needs to be activated


You plug your device in with the switch in on position and this only provides the power when activated through the ap or voice
I have one and have it connected to a fan. Great during the recent heatwave, where the unrelenting heat zapped all my getting up and flipping the switch strength...
ReviewChimp39 m ago

I have one and have it connected to a fan. Great during the recent …I have one and have it connected to a fan. Great during the recent heatwave, where the unrelenting heat zapped all my getting up and flipping the switch strength...


Amateur! Link plug to IFTT and then use the temperature sensor on your active heating and have the fan turn when it's too hot automatically!

- Note I don't actually know how to do this, but it sounds a great idea!
travisbickle1 h, 37 m ago

What if the device has a switch? Surely that needs to be activated


My conservatory heater is like this. Just turn it on, plug the plug into the TP and then just plug it in and your good to go
I've got one of these powering my Alexa... it switched off fine but now it won't come back on
Edited by: "goldust" 2nd Aug
goldust13 m ago

I've got one of these powering my Alexa... it switched off fine but now it …I've got one of these powering my Alexa... it switched off fine but now it won't come back on


Happened to me, it turned on and then stayed on. Got a replacement and it works fine now
What about devices with push button switches or digital switches? Do they work?

I'd quite like to hook this up to a Dyson fan using an IFTTT recipe with a Xiaomi temperature sensor. Has anyone done this?
naski6661 h, 2 m ago

Amateur! Link plug to IFTT and then use the temperature sensor on your …Amateur! Link plug to IFTT and then use the temperature sensor on your active heating and have the fan turn when it's too hot automatically! - Note I don't actually know how to do this, but it sounds a great idea!


Amateur. I would personally link it so that when the temperature goes up, a motorised arm will move a big comedy hand to give you a “You’ve been Tangoed” slap.

The way the weather is heading for the rest of the year, someone is going to have permanent red cheeks!
Handy have 2, indent with the 110 with energy monitoring, which was handy for a while, then not
quidmaster11 m ago

Amateur. I would personally link it so that when the temperature goes up, …Amateur. I would personally link it so that when the temperature goes up, a motorised arm will move a big comedy hand to give you a “You’ve been Tangoed” slap.The way the weather is heading for the rest of the year, someone is going to have permanent red cheeks!


Amateur. I would personally plug one TP Link HS100 Smart Plug into the other and ask Alexa to turn one on but not the other...
How wide are these? Would they potentially cause issues blocking the second socket on a double socket?
goldust51 m ago

I've got one of these powering my Alexa... it switched off fine but now it …I've got one of these powering my Alexa... it switched off fine but now it won't come back on


Seems to me that's the perfect Alexa accessory.. Lol.. 😁
What's their maximum capacity. Can they take the full power from a 13 Amp socket, for turning on kettkes or 2/3 Kw electric fires?
fuiseog2 m ago

What's their maximum capacity. Can they take the full power from a 13 Amp …What's their maximum capacity. Can they take the full power from a 13 Amp socket, for turning on kettkes or 2/3 Kw electric fires?


Maximum Power 2.99KW
fuiseog4 m ago

What's their maximum capacity. Can they take the full power from a 13 Amp …What's their maximum capacity. Can they take the full power from a 13 Amp socket, for turning on kettkes or 2/3 Kw electric fires?


Oops found the info. Capacity max is 13 Amp & 2.99 Kw. Pritty good IMO.


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Saw them in Costco last night, but no idea of the price (thought that they were powerline adaptors, which I was looking for).
kaisah163 h, 38 m ago

New to Alexa recently and I’m trying to convince myself I need some of t …New to Alexa recently and I’m trying to convince myself I need some of these. I can’t for the life of me think of any uses though. Slow cooker already has a timer. Don’t really need them on any lamps. Hmmm


electric blanket in the winter, fan in the summer, xmas tree lights in december, that's it
Edited by: "meathane" 2nd Aug
kaisah163 h, 51 m ago

New to Alexa recently and I’m trying to convince myself I need some of t …New to Alexa recently and I’m trying to convince myself I need some of these. I can’t for the life of me think of any uses though. Slow cooker already has a timer. Don’t really need them on any lamps. Hmmm


We have a floor lamp and table lamps plugged into ours, it's good for winter putting them on a schedule so they come on when you're out or if you're lazy I just have 4 downstairs plugged in and set a routine to turn them all on/off on command
cgap1 h, 22 m ago

How wide are these? Would they potentially cause issues blocking the …How wide are these? Would they potentially cause issues blocking the second socket on a double socket?


Yup. Big old fat beasts. Don't know why it needs to be so round & wide. I have one of mine on the end socket of 4 gang and the next socket to it isnt able to be used. Other was in a double wall but ended up moving to a single wall socket. Couldn't find any other plugs that would sit next to it except Samsung mobile phone charger. Work well though.
Sonoff S20 are pretty much the same product, and are available for under a tenner delivered on Aliexpress, Even cheaper if you wait for a deal.
They also integrate with GH, Alexa et al.
goldust4 h, 31 m ago

I've got one of these powering my Alexa... it switched off fine but now it …I've got one of these powering my Alexa... it switched off fine but now it won't come back on


So you've legitimately asked Alexa to turn herself on!
sparkeeh2 h, 13 m ago

Sonoff S20 are pretty much the same product, and are available for under a …Sonoff S20 are pretty much the same product, and are available for under a tenner delivered on Aliexpress, Even cheaper if you wait for a deal. They also integrate with GH, Alexa et al.


Except Sonoff S20s are only rated to 10amps so not suitable for use with a 3 kW kettle or other equivalent wattage product.
Meross plugs and adapters are the way forward, cheap easy to setup and use. Plus the extension allows you to control each point individually.
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Great plugs
Was the same price on amazon
heardy218 h, 8 m ago

Meross plugs and adapters are the way forward, cheap easy to setup and …Meross plugs and adapters are the way forward, cheap easy to setup and use. Plus the extension allows you to control each point individually.[Image]


Nice one, didn't know about these, thanks.
I've had a bit of research but I have a few questions, if I might:
(1). Do you have some of these & have experience or just researched them?
(2). If you have them, what are they like to use? Pro's and con's etc?
(3). Which models do you have experience of?
(4). Assuming you have the 3 socket & USB version, are the sockets spaced sensibly apart & do the USB ports switch off individually or as a group?
(5). On the multi socket, any idea what the max wattage is per plug or whole set is please?
(6). Difficult to guess but from experience, does this company feel like it'll be around for a while (nice designs, decent support, regularly updated & well designed app etc) or will these be scrap in a couple of years? My concern is how many years I might get from them before the company & support goes AWOL.
I appreciate any info & experience you might give give as they seem to be worth a gamble for the prices. Thanks.
Do they support Apple’sHomeKit?
CamiUK31 m ago

Do they support Apple’sHomeKit?


It says not sorry - found on frequently asked questions on the Argos listing. I think the HS110 one works with it but not this model
Thanks
Edited by: "emribena" 3rd Aug
emribena5 h, 52 m ago

It says not sorry - found on frequently asked questions on the Argos …It says not sorry - found on frequently asked questions on the Argos listing. I think the HS110 one works with it but not this modelThanks


Thanks
superdave142nd Aug

We have a floor lamp and table lamps plugged into ours, it's good for …We have a floor lamp and table lamps plugged into ours, it's good for winter putting them on a schedule so they come on when you're out or if you're lazy



So basically like a timer except a lot more expensive?
steve230941 h, 1 m ago

So basically like a timer except a lot more expensive?


It's a better option than those stupid sensor lights that detect motion and then turn on.

Sensor lights are so obvious it isn't really a deterrent. However, turning on/off things on a schedule while you are away would deter a chancer from breaking in (obviously someone determined to break in would monitor the schedule, but that's unlikely).
Edited by: "jamie015" 3rd Aug
I have a few of these and love them as they work perfectly and dont miss a trick bug wise.

I control all sorts of things both using a timer but more importantly can remotely turn them off and on. Especially usefull if I am away and need to reboot the Mac that runs all my cctv or turn on a camera in the house if I forget when I go away.

The timer has a random feature so it does not turn light just on and off at set times but varies on and off over a period set. Again if you forget to set it before you go you can remotely put it into away mode


PS Thanks for that link to the Meross extension lead that looks good. I may get one of those!
Edited by: "jerrysimon" 4th Aug
ash786i2nd Aug

Can u use them on extension plugs to switch of multiple devices ?


Yes. I have them in my house connected to multiple lamps each with extension plugs.
Wasn’t impressed with these at first, but after thinking about it i quite like the idea of getting the kettle / leccy blanket to turn on remotely. I have Hue lights, as many do on this website (yes, BF), so lights already sorted.
I assume that the plugs and app are all you need if you are not bothered about voice control?
smallsteve4 m ago

Wasn’t impressed with these at first, but after thinking about it i quite l …Wasn’t impressed with these at first, but after thinking about it i quite like the idea of getting the kettle / leccy blanket to turn on remotely. I have Hue lights, as many do on this website (yes, BF), so lights already sorted.I assume that the plugs and app are all you need if you are not bothered about voice control?


Yes plugs and app - the Alexa / google home is just a bonus so you can shout at it
So I can switch a lamp on and off thru it if I'm abroad via app???
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