Wifi Smart Plug Socket,  Wireless Outlet Power Socket ,Works with Amazon Alexa No Hub Required £10.49 Prime / £14.48 Non Prime with promo @ Amazon (Sold by Aonokoy Inc / FBA)
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Wifi Smart Plug Socket, Wireless Outlet Power Socket ,Works with Amazon Alexa No Hub Required £10.49 Prime / £14.48 Non Prime with promo @ Amazon (Sold by Aonokoy Inc / FBA)

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Found 1st Mar
Nice deal going on Wifi Smart Plug Socket, Select the promotion to get £4.50 off .

  • [✦REMOTE CONTROL✦] : AONOKOY Wifi Smart Plug is an affordable wifi smart switch that provides users with smart home control. It is a remote control power switch that can connect to a wide range of appliances.You can control the power on/off of your devices in a wireless way at anywhere through your smart phone or tablet.
  • [ ✦TIMING SET ✦]: Set timing schedules for the appliances, which can include countdown on/off, scheduled on/off, and can thus, help users maintain an easy life.Schedule the smart plug to automatically power electronics on and off as needed.
  • [ ✦AMAZON ALEXA COMPATIBILITY ✦]: Support Amazon Echo and Alexa devices, can be controlled by your voice commands.
  • [ ✦ EASY USING ✦ ] : Easy to install and use, easy handing and can be activated immediately and stably,no hub required.Open the App, connect the wifi network and you can control the electricity on/off.More convenient for your life.
  • [ ✦ SAFE & ENERGY SAVING ✦ ]: Fireproof material, overload protection, save energy, reduce the waste of electricity, green and environmental protection.
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I can't see a CE safety mark on it
Ordered, thank you.
Looks like the sonoff one same price on ebau
dwl999 m ago

I can't see a CE safety mark on it


If you look on Amazon at reviews of product their is a pic of the CE mark on it
Is this safe to use with electric heaters? The large ones
What amp is this please? Looking for a 13 but most are only 10. Thanks
dwl9929 m ago

I can't see a CE safety mark on it


I'm sure it has a CE marking otherwise it can't be sold in the EU
Why is it coming up £14 something for me? I'm prime, I clicked on the promo.
loady16 m ago

What amp is this please? Looking for a 13 but most are only 10. Thanks


Description says rated to 16amp but I'd be amazed of that's correct, I've only seen 10amp.
wallstreetcrash24 m ago

Is this safe to use with electric heaters? The large ones


You couldn't use anything larger than a 1500kwh heater with this - assuming this is a 10amp rated power socket and you plug nothing else into this socket at the sametime.

That said I wouldn't be trusting some cheap Chinese electronics to run anything that powerful.
Wonder if this can be controled over 4g from mobile phone ?
Fine for lights and fans, but I wouldn't dream of running heating appliances with these, or even a "proper" branded one for that matter.
have to be logged into our Chinese overlords servers in order to use.
bought 2 of these and it would not show or connect with my alexa app... it worked fine with my phone but its not what i bought it for.. sent back went to argos and bought the tp link which was double the price and worked flawless out of the box with my alexa... if you can get it working its a good buy
Anyone know anything to run a heater than with WiFi switch? Can even change the plug plate if required.
This is a rebranded Sonoff S20 which uses the ewelink app, which relies on Chinese servers.

The Chinese servers have had two major outages so far this year
powerbrick1 h, 59 m ago

have to be logged into our Chinese overlords servers in order to use.

Edited by: "tuggy" 1st Mar
tuggy4 m ago

This is a rebranded Sonoff S20 which uses the ewelink app, which relies …This is a rebranded Sonoff S20 which uses the ewelink app, which relies on Chinese servers.The Chinese servers have had two major outages so far this year


If it's esp8266 based like the Sonoff should be able to flash
bluetba4 h, 23 m ago

You couldn't use anything larger than a 1500kwh heater with this - …You couldn't use anything larger than a 1500kwh heater with this - assuming this is a 10amp rated power socket and you plug nothing else into this socket at the sametime.That said I wouldn't be trusting some cheap Chinese electronics to run anything that powerful.


Think TP Link plugs handle up to 3kw

Been using mine with my kettle for over a year.
robert2605742 h, 27 m ago

bought 2 of these and it would not show or connect with my alexa app... it …bought 2 of these and it would not show or connect with my alexa app... it worked fine with my phone but its not what i bought it for.. sent back went to argos and bought the tp link which was double the price and worked flawless out of the box with my alexa... if you can get it working its a good buy


any links and is it on amazon? thanks
powerbrick5 h, 46 m ago

have to be logged into our Chinese overlords servers in order to use.


Nope - as other posts have identified, this is a sonoff s20 and can be flashed with a firmware to use via MQTT with services such as homeassistant. That's what I do and my traffic is all local. Hope that helps.
mlpinto27 m ago

Nope - as other posts have identified, this is a sonoff s20 and can be …Nope - as other posts have identified, this is a sonoff s20 and can be flashed with a firmware to use via MQTT with services such as homeassistant. That's what I do and my traffic is all local. Hope that helps.


Any good links to help me do this please?
mlpinto30 m ago

Nope - as other posts have identified, this is a sonoff s20 and can be …Nope - as other posts have identified, this is a sonoff s20 and can be flashed with a firmware to use via MQTT with services such as homeassistant. That's what I do and my traffic is all local. Hope that helps.


Well yes, you HAVE to flash it or you are tied to the Chinese login.

How many people who buy these from this post know how to use Arduino, Atom or a USB TTL device to flash...
Keith953427 m ago

Any good links to help me do this please?


just Youtube it. "s20 flash"

Its dead easy if you can solder, have the interface, wiring and half decent PC/Mac skills.

Also if like the s20, you will break a warranty seal to open it, so if you brick it, tough.
Edited by: "powerbrick" 1st Mar
wallstreetcrash13 h, 36 m ago

Is this safe to use with electric heaters? The large ones


If it's a sonoff S20 (about £8 from China) it's 10A X 240V = 2400W
Edited by: "Buyer1024GB" 2nd Mar
robert26057418 h, 17 m ago

bought 2 of these and it would not show or connect with my alexa app... it …bought 2 of these and it would not show or connect with my alexa app... it worked fine with my phone but its not what i bought it for.. sent back went to argos and bought the tp link which was double the price and worked flawless out of the box with my alexa... if you can get it working its a good buy


I managed to link with Alexa. It is working perfectly so far.8)
pardon my ignorance but do we need to be concerned about security aspect with this chinese product?
Please note that the product is currently £10.49 without the need for the promo. This means if you've already bought one (like me), and want another (like me), you can now get more at the same price.

I must say, I'm pretty impressed with it. It feels good quality and has so far worked without problem - both using the app and with Alexa. They don't seem to mention in the details that it also has power monitoring built in, so that was an unexpected added bonus. It also claims to be rated 3.5KW which is higher than most similar devices and would, in theory, be fine for kettles and heaters. Personally I'll keep my use much lighter though.
MrFizzy1 h, 16 m ago

Please note that the product is currently £10.49 without the need for the …Please note that the product is currently £10.49 without the need for the promo. This means if you've already bought one (like me), and want another (like me), you can now get more at the same price.I must say, I'm pretty impressed with it. It feels good quality and has so far worked without problem - both using the app and with Alexa. They don't seem to mention in the details that it also has power monitoring built in, so that was an unexpected added bonus. It also claims to be rated 3.5KW which is higher than most similar devices and would, in theory, be fine for kettles and heaters. Personally I'll keep my use much lighter though.


mfizzy can you answer my question please.
KOGONAI2nd Mar

pardon my ignorance but do we need to be concerned about security aspect …pardon my ignorance but do we need to be concerned about security aspect with this chinese product?

Can these smart plugs be controlled through Samsung smartthings hub as well?
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