WiFi Plug , Alexa Google Home Smart Plug Remote Control Plug Wireless Timer Switch Control by Smartphone WiFi Socket  £10 Prime £13.99 delivered Sold by M A phone and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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WiFi Plug , Alexa Google Home Smart Plug Remote Control Plug Wireless Timer Switch Control by Smartphone WiFi Socket  £10 Prime £13.99 delivered Sold by M A phone and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 17th Feb
Not bad price for prime next day delivery
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JLH8617th Feb

What do these actually do


They create exploits in your home network for naughty people in cars to steal your personal information. Otherwise they turn on the toaster when you're standing 2ft away from it, at the 4th time of asking.
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These any good?
LittleAmo2 m ago

These any good?


Reliant on logging into 3rd party usually China based service. OK if you can flash these.
powerbrick15 m ago

Reliant on logging into 3rd party usually China based service. OK if you …Reliant on logging into 3rd party usually China based service. OK if you can flash these.


Flash to what? I have 2 of these and they power on led strips instantly
powerbrick26 m ago

Reliant on logging into 3rd party usually China based service. OK if you …Reliant on logging into 3rd party usually China based service. OK if you can flash these.


Don’t most ‘smart’ devices rely on a persistent connection to a server somewhere in the world unless the system uses a hub
Bought two, one had a loose component inside and was rattling so returned both.
Danc71132 m ago

Flash to what? I have 2 of these and they power on led strips instantly


try if you loose you broadband connection. Depending on what these are based on there should be an alternative firmware.


paulj4821 m ago

Don’t most ‘smart’ devices rely on a persistent connection to a server some …Don’t most ‘smart’ devices rely on a persistent connection to a server somewhere in the world unless the system uses a hub


mine dont, all my plugs run off a VM on my server with MQTT and OpenHAB
powerbrick31 m ago

try if you loose you broadband connection. Depending on what these are …try if you loose you broadband connection. Depending on what these are based on there should be an alternative firmware.mine dont, all my plugs run off a VM on my server with MQTT and OpenHAB


Yeah so your own hub which is what he was referring to.
Dan_99941 m ago

Yeah so your own hub which is what he was referring to.


no, a broker running on a server.
I'm looking for a smartthings compatible socket capable of triggering an alert when a device (like a washer or dryer) drops power. Does anyone know any good candidates?
LittleAmo5 h, 52 m ago

These any good?


Yes, superb. Works just as good at TP-LINK. I have 4 of these and use every day faultlessly.
What do these actually do
JLH8617th Feb

What do these actually do


They create exploits in your home network for naughty people in cars to steal your personal information. Otherwise they turn on the toaster when you're standing 2ft away from it, at the 4th time of asking.
The_Hoff7 h, 14 m ago

They create exploits in your home network for naughty people in cars to …They create exploits in your home network for naughty people in cars to steal your personal information. Otherwise they turn on the toaster when you're standing 2ft away from it, at the 4th time of asking.

​I hate to be that guy but... surely it can only turn on the mains power to the toaster, you would still have to be next to it to manually push the bread down...
asl331243 m ago

​I hate to be that guy but... surely it can only turn on the mains power t …​I hate to be that guy but... surely it can only turn on the mains power to the toaster, you would still have to be next to it to manually push the bread down...


You didn't see the irony of what I was saying then?

WHOOOOOOSH.
If you don't mind doing a little bit of wiring you can make these yourself for about £5, sonoff switch + Poundland extension cable = £5 diy smart socket
The_Hoff1 h, 3 m ago

You didn't see the irony of what I was saying then? WHOOOOOOSH.

​Yes I got the irony alright, just a poor example WHOOSH-ERR
That's a great price but I'm waiting on HomeKit compatible plugs to arrive in the UK and at a more reasonable price point than £40 per plug.
Got these and TP-LINK ones. These lose connection with Alexa but work flawlessly with the phone app. The TP-LINK ones are much better but much more expensive.
Not sure about these exact one, but I have 12 of these:
amazon.co.uk/dp/…g1A

and they are great. I sent them for my George Foreman, led lights, fans, and haven't had any go wrong in 4 months so well worth it
What app do these work with?
Amazon bestseller but zero reviews?
The_Hoff18th Feb

They create exploits in your home network for naughty people in cars to …They create exploits in your home network for naughty people in cars to steal your personal information. Otherwise they turn on the toaster when you're standing 2ft away from it, at the 4th time of asking.



Sounds possessed
Savvy118th Feb

What app do these work with?


Smart life or efamily cloud. To use it with Google home, I have installed smart life. Hth.
I bought a couple of the Horsky ones last week as the first foray into a smart home. They are great so I looked for another and saw this on Amazon for a tenner and it looked exactly the same (I hadn't seen this on HUKD). Got it on Sunday and it is exactly the same. The price has now gone up!
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Now £12....
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