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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 4852 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Perfect Size!

    Posted
    Preemo
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    The HS105 turns any of your standard devices into a "Smart" device. Once you start using this, you will quickly see the benefits. This is especially apparent if you own an Amazon Alexa device (echo/dot). The build quality is very good. It is sturdy and certainly doesn't feel flimsy or cheap. The design of this product is where it really shines. One of the biggest complaints of most Smart Plugs is there bulky size which in turn means that they often cover/obstruct more than one power outlet. I was pleased to find that TP-Link has overcome this issue with this newly designed Smart Plug. What's more impressive is how simple the solution was – making a wider Smart Plug, instead of a taller Smart Plug! Good move TP-Link! Since this is considerably smaller, I was worried that the range (distance away from the Wi-Fi router) would be affected. I had no issues, and I was able to plug this device a reasonable distance away from my Wi-Fi router. The scheduling aspect is great! There are a lot of variables you can set. Time (hours and minutes, am/pm), switch action (on or off), and repeat (days of week - you can select one individual day, every day, or a combination of days). A programmed event requires two "events" in the app, a switch action "on" and a switch action "off". This is useful if you have a routine with turning on/off a device in your home. Some uses I have for this HS105 are for lamps, entertainment units, irons, fans or just about anything you want to conveniently turn on/off or set timers for. Overall this is a fantastic Smart Plug that works flawlessly. This review was submitted as part of a free sample program.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Expensive for a plug, but smart

    Posted
    MadHatter
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    This product is an example of a simple product that has limited cost effective uses. It is a single plug that uses a single existing port, so it can be used to effectively turns one plug into a "smart plug." I used this to add "smarts" to my Christmas tree lights, and I found telling Google to turn on my Christmas tree and remotely turning it on and off when away from home to be entertaining. The TP-Link products do not require a hub, and their products work with Google Home (Alexa too probably, but not tested). The app has been reliable so far, and adding the plug to its ecosystem is relatively easy. Once set up, porting the plug to Google Home was also easy, and the plug can be assigned to a room just like their wall switches. If the assigned name of the item plugged in includes "light," Google will turn this item on and off when the "turn on the lights" command is used. Unfortunately, i am not sure what uses a smart plug might have to justify the costs. It is less expensive to replace the bulb in a table lamp with a smart bulb, and the smart bulb has more options even it is not a color bulb. I have had a hard time justifying turning on a kitchen appliance remotely for safety reasons, and starting a coffee maker in the morning presumes it was set up the night before. Someone could theoretically use it to control power to systems remotely, such as powering down a TV in a child's room to control TV time at night, though even a young child would be able to quickly work around the locks by removing the plug as an interface. Overall, the plug works, but it needs to be much cheaper to be worth adding to a smart house in large quantities. A smart replacement wall duplex plug at closer to this price would be better since it would not stick out from the wall and would at least include two plugs.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Wi-fi Range extender with buildt-in Smartplug func

    Posted
    itzram

    There are two parts to this product. It is a wireless Wi-Fi extended and it is also a smart plug. The electric plug is managed through wifi. TP-LINK Kasa App available in all the app stores allows you to remotely (not physical interaction) manage any device (on/off) attached to this plug. I setup the app in about 2 minutes. Probably 2 or 3 taps in the app is that is required, rest of the time is taken by the app to basically discover the devices, connect to them and setting up themselves to manage those devices. Really simple, intuitive and fairly quick. There is also a "scene" functionality. This is quite interesting. Basically, you can create a customs scene, say a "Movie watching" scene. In this scene you can set all light adapters to off and only one ambient light adapter to be on. So if you tap that scene, all lights turn on/off appropriately in one tap. This is pretty cool. I can only visualize the idea behind it as I had just one adapter to check the functionality. You can also set the app in away mode which will allow you to operate the plug even when you are away. For example you could turn the lights on in your house during night time when you are away to simulate presence in the house. The app also integrates with Alexa which means that Alexa can learn to use the app to manage the devices. So, you can talk to alexa which talks to Kasa and manages the devices. The second part of this device is the Wi-Fi extender. This is similar to the AC2600 Wi-Fi extender available with TP-Link. I have used this product and I can tell you that they have fixed a bunch of issues on the AC2600 with the AC1200 range extender with smart plug. I could setup the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies in one pass (the AC2600 has many issues in setup). There are quite a few controls such as a access controls that you can set regarding which devices can access the extender. However, one big con is that performance through the extender drops like a stone in water. In my house, I could get only 50% of the performance with an extender as compared to direct Wi-Fi. That is some serious performance overhead there in this device. But then, the purpose of this device is to provide better performance than a connection with just a single band of signal. The KASA app also allows you to control the extender functionality completely over the cloud when you are away from home or using local Wi-Fi when you are in. Everything works like a charm. I would recommend this product where you are looking to make your home smart and at the same time trying to get some wifi extensions going in your backyard or something like that. Submitted as part of a free sample program There is another major con. There is a significant reduction in performance when you compare to connecting to an extended vs direct Wi-Fi. In the case of the AC1200

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great smart plug

    Posted
    Cody
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    I would 100% recommend this plug to anyone looking to add voice-control on/off capabilities to any "non-smart" device- from lights, to small appliances, to TVs. Set-up is a breeze, and it syncs with Google Home and Amazon Echo devices without any issues. The scheduling features are great too, as you can put a sleep timer on a device, or set a device to turn on/off at a certain time for each day of the week, or the same time every day. The plug does make a clicking noise when it's switched on and off, but I actually don't mind that- in a troubleshooting case, it indicates to me that the switch portion of the plug is working. The only downside I can really think of is that when plugged into a power strip, the plug may block other outlets, but that's pretty typical for most smart plugs I've considered. For me personally, I bought the plug for an older TV- I stream media with Chromecast, but I had to use the TV remote for power, as the TV doesn't support HDMI-CEC. As with most people, I'm pretty good at misplacing remotes, so there was always a minute or two of "where's the remote?!" Now, I can control everything on the TV with the Google Assistant, either with voice or through the Home app. The plug also worked well for my parents to add voice-control capabilities to their Christmas tree lights, as the outlet and switch were in pretty hard to reach places behind the tree. Now, they can just tell Alexa to turn on the Christmas tree instead of fumbling to reach the outlets.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Absolutely Perfect Smart Wi-Fi Power Plug

    Posted
    Gary
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    This one is a home-run ! The TP-Link HS105 Smart Wi-Fi Plug is a perfect solution for remotely controlling any device that you would plug into a standard 120volt wall socket. It is a perfect size, so it does not block the second wall plug, and two HS105's will even fit side-by-side in a standard dual plug wall outlet. Installation and setup takes less than 5 minutes. You simply download the TP-Link KASA APP to your iPhone or Android device, plug the HS105 into an outlet, and then launch the KASA Application and follow the simple prompts to configure the Wi-Fi plug to operate to any schedule that you may want. It also works with the Amazon Alexa, further simplifying your remote control options. I have used two of these to control the scheduling of on/off times for two cabinet light sets that plug in to separate outlets on either side of my fireplace. We have a lot of power interruptions where I live, and my old rotary timers were always getting out of synch with each other, in addition to always needing to be re-set after power outages. The two power outlets are in the lowest cabinets and back on the wall - a real pain to get to. This is NO LONGER A PROBLEM! With the lights plugged into the HS105's, I just set the schedules, and they run perfectly, correcting to the actual time based on my wireless router's time which updates automatically when power is restored. Disclaimer: Submitted as part of a free sample program I will be buying a few sets of HS105's for the Christmas season. I have the same synching and remote on/off scheduling problems in multiple locations when the Holiday lights are out. It will be very nice to be able to control all of those to any schedule that I want from the comfort of my chair (or bed) ! I haven't tried the Away Mode and remote scheduling feature the HS105's while traveling yet, but this is clearly a very handy feature that I plan to use. All in all, I am very satisfied with these programmable plugs, and I highly recommend them!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Works Like A Charm

    Posted
    LindaCT
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    I have all the lights in the house connected with the Philips Hue bulbs and app on my cell phone to control them through Alexa or just use my cell phone to turn them off and on if not at home. You could use your cell phone alone, if you don't have Alexa or Google Assist. You can do the same with these plugs...use their app or connect the app to Alexa or Google Assist. I have a floor lamp that has multiple small bulbs and the cost would have been pretty high for individual smart bulbs, if that size are even available in smart bulbs. I bought a set of two of these smart plugs and put them both to good use. This past Christmas I plugged in the Christmas tree to one of the plugs and the floor lamp got plugged into the other one. When I wanted to turn the Christmas tree on or off, all I had to do was say "Alexa, turn on Christmas tree" or "Alexa, turn off Christmas tree". It is nice not to have to bend down behind the tree and unplug it and plug it back in to turn it off and on. With the floor lamp, all I have to do is say, "Alexa, turn on floor lamp" or "Alexa, turn off floor lamp". This would be a great way to start on your way to a smart house to see if you like the idea of turning lights on and off with just your voice instead of a switch. Start small and if you like it go big. Working toward a smart house is pretty addictive.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Wifi Smart Plug that's the perfect size!

    Posted
    TechReviewGuru

    The HS105 turns any of your standard devices into a "Smart" device. Once you start using this, you will quickly see the benefits. This is especially apparent if you own an Amazon Alexa device (echo/dot). The build quality is very good. It is sturdy and certainly doesn't feel flimsy or cheap. The design of this product is where it really shines. One of the biggest complaints of most Smart Plugs is there bulky size which in turn means that they often cover/obstruct more than one power outlet. I was pleased to find that TP-Link has overcome this issue with this newly designed Smart Plug. What's more impressive is how simple the solution was – making a wider Smart Plug, instead of a taller Smart Plug! Good move TP-Link! Since this is considerably smaller, I was worried that the range (distance away from the Wi-Fi router) would be affected. I had no issues, and I was able to plug this device a reasonable distance away from my Wi-Fi router. The scheduling aspect is great! There are a lot of variables you can set. Time (hours and minutes, am/pm), switch action (on or off), and repeat (days of week - you can select one individual day, every day, or a combination of days). A programmed event requires two "events" in the app, a switch action "on" and a switch action "off". This is useful if you have a routine with turning on/off a device in your home. Some uses I have for this HS105 are for lamps, entertainment units, irons, fans or just about anything you want to conveniently turn on/off or set timers for. Overall this is a fantastic Smart Plug that works flawlessly. This review was submitted as part of a free sample program.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Smart plug mini is a real space saver

    Posted
    RonJon

    Installation was blissfully easy on my Android and iOS devices via the intuitive Kasa app, which holds your hand through the entire process. During testing, the TP-Link Smart Plug never lost its connection to our WiFi network, and the handy Remote Control feature lets you easily control your plug even when you’re away from home. There’s even a clever “Away” mode that turns your lights on and off at random to make potential burglars think you’re home when you’re not. Like its bigger brother, the Smart Plug Mini enjoys easy setup on iOS and Android, a great mobile app, convenient remote control, integration with Amazon Alexa, and neat extra features like the aforementioned Away Mode. Unlike its sibling, however, it only covers a single outlet regardless of where you position it. It’s one of the smallest plugs, making it a great choice for buyers who don’t have a lot of space. Unfortunately, it also costs more than the Smart Plug with Energy Monitoring and, well, doesn’t offer energy monitoring. In other words, you need to be really concerned about space to choose it over the slightly larger alternatives from TP-Link and iDevices. Price and features aside, this plug is every bit as solid a performer as its stablemate: I had no issues with connectivity during the testing period, and it was very responsive to commands on both iOS and Android devices. If you find it on deep discount and don’t need energy monitoring functionality, it’s a very good choice. Review submitted as part of a free sample program

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Appreciating HS-105 after Wemo Mini saga

    Posted
    Dave
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    I bought four Wemo Minis on the strength of a CNET review, but was completely frustrated by the effort to set them up. After six exasperating hours I admitted defeat and swapped them for five TP_Link HS-105s and some change. The first one was up and going in five minutes and does exactly what it's supposed to, including remembering its settings through power failures and moving from one outlet to another. All the others set up as smoothly. Google Assistant didn't want to talk to them initially, but we learned the verbal command had to include "the" (name of plug) as in "Hey Google, please turn on THE Christmas Tree" instead of "HG turn on Christmas Tree" which would beget "Sorry, I don't know how to do that". I'm pretty sure that's not a TP_Link problem! I'd have given the HS-105 five stars without the Wemo Mini experience, but I probably would not have bothered to review it, simply assuming these things all work as they are advertised. That's not what I discovered! Consequently I have reviewed both products and hope the accounts of my experience with them are helpful to you. Best regards...

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Solution to control Home Devices thru your Network

    Posted
    FamilyMan
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    I received the HS105 Smart WiFi Plug as part of a review program. Similiarly, as before, I like to point out that I’m technical, but not an IT person or a hacker or anything like that. In fact, I’m a FamilyMan with multiple users (teenagers) and thus multiple devices hooked into my router. Usually anywhere from 20-25 devices. And this Smart WiFi Plug works directly within my needs because I have a second house and this device helps me manage my home devices from afar. First, let’s talk about setup. The HS105 smart plug is – well – plugged directly into an open wall socket. I then opened (or for someone new, you’ll need to download) the TP-Link Kasa app. I then pressed the button in the app that requested for me to add a new device and BAM! There is was, it then asked me to click the button in the app which gave it the command to link into my established home network and BAM! It connected, that’s it, nothing more to do other than give it a personal name (Kitchen Plugin). I can’t make this up, it was that easy! So, what’s cool about this is that I can now control a light, schedule it, etc to act as if I’m home even when I’m not. I can schedule a timer, or tell it I’m away! All in all a very simple and useful tool to have whether in my case at my second home, or even at my primary residence to control the lights in my teenagers bedroom to get him to go to sleep! It also works with Alexa if you have one of those.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Installation a bit tedious, but so far works well

    Posted
    Anonymous
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    I so far have three of these, controlled by an Amazon Echo Dot 2nd generation. Installation requires that you first download an app to your phone (called Kasa) and create an account with TP-Link. Then you connect the plug to an outlet and set your phone to use the Wi-Fi signal coming from the plug. Then you set the plug to use your own Wi-Fi connection, switch your phone back to your own Wi-Fi connection, and then you should see the plug in your list of devices under Kasa. In my experience, the Kasa application would keep asking to reconnect after this last step, but if you close and restart the app it sees the plugs fine. On the Echo Dot side, you have to add the Kasa skill and then provide access to the TP-Link account used when configuring the plug through the Kasa app. Note that when you add another TP-Link device (like another plug), or rename one you already have, you have to go back into the Alexa app and rescan for devices - they're not automatically added to Alexa even after the skill has been configured. The only other thing to note is that the plugs do make a switching sound when being turned on or off, like a light switch might do. So the plugs are not silent when changing state. Other than that, they are unobtrusive and their connectivity light only turns on when they are switched on. When they are off the light is off so no night-light effect.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Versatile Smart Plug With Alexa Compatibility

    Posted
    TechJunkie
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    I love this smart plug because of its small size and its compatibility with Alexa devices for voice control. But you don't need an Alexa device, just a smart phone running iOS or Android so that you can set it up and control the advanced features such as scheduling. It's easy to use and easy to set up. I appreciate that TP-LINK has placed a power button on the side of the plug so that I can power off whatever is plugged into it without getting out my smart phone. Because I have Alexa devices, the voice commands (on and off only) make it especially convenient. You can plug a TV or a slow cooker or a lamp into the outlet -- anything that can be left turned on when the power is cut or resumed by the smart plug. The free Kasa app is for iOS, which I use, and Android phones and tablets. Set up and programming is easy using the app. I occasionally have had to reboot my plug because it isn't responding, but that's rare. Mostly, I can access it whenever I want. I especially like the scheduling aspect so that I can have my TV come on for a specific amount of time to keep my bird company. (Yeah, I know.) This smart plug is a good place to start if you aren't yet sure whether you'll warm to the whole smart home idea. If you do like it and if you're like me, you'll want to get more than one. Submitted as part of a free sample program.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    These smart plugs are awesome!

    Posted
    Jared147
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    I've been getting into trying to make our home to be a smart home that can be controlled through our phones and tablets. These smart plugs are great to add into any room light and it's easy to turn on and off a whole room with just one of them. Setup for this smart-plug is super easy and quick. Just plug it in, connect your smartphone to the wifi on the device, then using the Kasa app just point the device to use your home network and that's pretty much it. Then you can control the smart plug through the Kasa app on your phone or tablet. You can even set schedule to have them turn on at a certain of the day. Which is cool! Another thing that I like about these plugs is that it is easy to integrate with Alexa. If you have an Echo device you can easily just tell Alexa to turn on your Living Room Lights, Fans or whatever you have plugged into it. You can also have a power strip control multiple devices and plug the power strip into the Smart Plug. Overall, I really like these smart plugs and would highly recommend them to anybody that wants to add more control to their future smart home.

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  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Great product but some caveats

    Posted
    SColbert
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    This plug worked as advertised. Positives: -Excellent value for smart remote control from my phone app (android). - Good wifi receiver worked throughout my house including outside outlets. I went ahead and bought two more after initially testing the first one. -Can change dusk-to-dawn settings automatically through out the year so I will replace the old timer controls that I have to change manually. - Can turn on exterior flood light manually at night e.g. if I hear something outside or dogs are barking, etc. Negatives: - Potential fire hazard- I would not recommend using at the full rating the company claims (15Amps). The penetration of the metal contacts into the female portion of the plug doesn't seem adequate. I plan to use mine for low-current LED lighting but I would be nervous about running the full 15 amps without thoroughly testing for overheating especially from a remote location. - TP-Link has padded/flooded their reviews with over 18,000 and with over 1000 questions/answers on Amazon, I was happy to be able to see real reviews and make my purchase decision at BestBuy.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Inexepensive way to start your smart home

    Posted
    Glenn
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    I bought two of these after I bought a Google Home Mini. I was curious to see how it would work. I put one in my family room and one in the living room to control the table lamps. The two wifi plugs work very well. Once I loaded the Kasa app on my Android phone, connected to my network, and linked it to my Google Home app, my Google Home mini quickly went to work. It understood the commands without any problems. All I had to do was change the device names to make it easy for me to remember. The Kasa mobile app also allows you to turn the lamps on and off using your phone or time them to come on at a certain hour if you're not home. Overall satisfied with this purchase. I just purchased the wall switch and and it works like a champ too.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Better than I thought

    Posted
    BBFan
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    These were part of a bundled promo with purchase of Amazon Echos during the holidays. My expectations were low since these were marked down so much, but I figured what the heck. So glad I purchased these. They were very easy to set up. The Kasa app on my iPhone walked me through the steps without a hitch... there are a couple points in the setup where you need to leave the app (if memory serves me right, one to go to your WiFi settings and another to open a browser). Each of the three smart plugs was up and running within a couple minutes. They've been connected to lights and a baby monitor ever since without any glitches. I'm pretty comfortable with technology in general, and I suspect most people would have the same experience. Though my elderly parents could probably use a hand getting these up and running if they had to, but if they were setting up their own, I'd probably do it for them so they're not trying to figure out how to temporarily disconnect their phones from their home wifi to pair with the smart plug and then jump back on their network.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great WiFi Plug With Home Automation Support

    Posted
    Mastermind278
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    The TP-Link smart WiFi plug is great; the mini plug is wonderful. In particular, the HS105 is a mini-plug that will not cover up the second plug on an outlet. This is great as it keeps the outlet available for other items. The switch feels pretty hardy. The on light on the switch is not to bright and has a good dim to it. The switch uses TP-Link's Kasa app. The Kasa app is great. It has many options including scenes and really makes it simple for controlling the outlet. The switch also works great with Google Home and Google Assistant. It allows me to use my Google Assistant to turn on and off the switch. It’s actually really convenient. I have mine connected to a lamp in our office which is really helpful. The app also allows for scheduling which allows me to setup certain times to have the switch power on as needed. It’s a powerful app and even better since it works with my Google Assistant on my phone as well. Though this review was submitted as part of a free sample program, I have no hesitation in recommending the HS105. It will be a great addition to anyone’s home automation setup.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Works Well with Google Home Mini Speaker

    Posted
    BARTCommuter
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    We are new to using home technology products. We started with the purchase of a Google Home Mini speaker. It is excellent for providing information, but we wondered how we could control items in the house through it. Enter the TP-Link Smart Wi-Fi Plug Mini. We bought one and was able to seamlessly add it to our network. We used in the a floor lamp in the Family Room. Our Google Home Mini speaker was able to recognize it and is now turning the lamp on with just our voice commands. The Wi-Fi Plug Mini also acts as a timer and automatically turns the lamp on and off at times we specify through the app This purchase is actually our second plug which we use to control a table lamp in our Master Bedroom. Google now recognizes both plugs and we are able to individually or collectively control both lamps This is a great start to building our home network of technology-controlled items.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Convenient, easy setup

    Posted
    iReviewguy

    Greetings, I have had the pleasure of testing a new product from TP-LINK. The Smart Wi-Fi Plug Mini HS105. I have to begin to say, it definitely works as designed. The setup was very simple to perform using the Kasa app. I conducted my test by connecting my Christmas tree and programing a schedule to light the tree when at home and away. This little device did a great job in performance. I appreciate the small football enabling the use of the other outlet. I further conducted a test with an array of appliances, for example, coffee maker, my bedroom light to turn on in the morning, and other devices. I tend to fall asleep with my TV on and forget to program the timer, it was limited to a short count down timer, so that did not work for me. I connected to the smart plug, programmed a schedule and it worked perfect. I would like this device to be compatible with My Home app associated with my Apple iPhone. Enabling to build a network of devices working together from my iPhone, which would provide more diversity. This review is submitted as part of a free sample program.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Very good for the price I got it at

    Posted
    CaptTiberius
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    This item was part of a Black Friday promotion where you could purchase it for $5 when you bought an Echo Dot. It was an easy decision to buy it and dip my toe into the smart home world. Like the Echo Dot you have to download and set it up via an app, Kasa in this case. It was easy and straightforward and I also had to update the firmware afterward but that was also straightforward. You do have the ability to manually turn on and off what ever electrical device you have the plug connected to via the button on the sice. I liked the fact that you're able to set a schedule via the Kasa app. I no longer need the manual timer where the time would be off by 10-15 minutes. Would I pay the full price for this? Probably not. The only negative I have it that the plug is kind of bulky so if you're planning on plugging this into an outlet where there is furniture that is flush against the wall then I suggest moving it elsewhere.

    I would recommend this to a friend