Kasa Smart WiFi Plug Mini by TP-Link – Smart Plug, No Hub Required, Works with Alexa and Google (HS105 KIT) Videos
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These are terrific because they only take up one outlet on a power strip or receptacle. They work great but you can often get two on sale so watch for the two pack on sale. I use them to control window fans in the summer and rope lights and other lights where a wifi bulb was not practicalLikesSetupEase of useInstructionsConnectionSizeSee more
December 28, 2020
This Smart Plug works well, including with voice commands with Google Assistant. The associated Kasa Android APP is also very good. I also have the Smart dimmer switch from the same maker and give it high marks as well.
November 9, 2020
Now that the plug is installed and set up, it is working as expected. I first tried to get it connected using my “Smart Life” app which I use for my other wifi connected devices, but I could not get it to work. Have not tried it yet through Google Assistant. I eventually downloaded the Kasa app, created an account and was able to install/manage through that app, which is recommended in the instructions. I would have preferred not to use a separate app, but it is working. I would recommend this product as long as you are OK with using the Kasa app.
January 21, 2020
You could spend $8 to $10 dollars for the old style set the pins light timer. But this wi-fi plug is well worth the price and easy to set-up. It can be used with just your smart phone and an app, nothing else. You can turn on a lamp, Christmas lights or a coffee pot with your cell phone from any place. They also have a 2 year warranty.
January 1, 2019
Not the easiest to set up. TP Link’s Kasa app doesn’t recognize ID & password on iPad but does on Android cell. Go figure. Kasa could be better. Clicked on the Kasa prompt to send password reset info to my email, no email received. The pressure is on Kasa to get their setup easier with the release of Amazon’s new smart plug. Amazon version is a plug in, open Alexa app, start using. Plus no smart home hub required. So for about $5 more there may not be any more setup hassle.
October 18, 2018
When I received these, I was a little wary of a device that only has a button on the side. However, the directions on the setup card were easy to follow and I had both outlet switches set up on my network in less than 10 minutes. the only thing left was to open a Casaa account (the software that TP-Link uses to manage their smart devices). Once I created the account and added the switches, the only thing left was to open Google Home and synchronize the devices so that I could use voice commands to turn off and on. TP-Link has been a company that I have trusted for years for their routers, switches, and network extenders. They have a solid reputation and back their products. I highly recommend these devices if you are interested in starting a home automation project.