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2 pack WiFi smart plug, No Hub Required, Compatible with Alexa for $22.49 @ Amazon.com

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Conico via Amazon has a 2 pack WiFi Smart Plug Mini Outlet on sale for $22.49 after using coupon code P3XKPTA3 . Shipping is free for Amazon Prime members and for orders over $35.

Compatible with Alexa: Connect your app with amazon Alexa, plug your device in this wifi plug, you can voice control your lights and appliances via amazon echo dot.

Wireless Remote Controlled: Remote access to control your household appliances that connected to the smart plug wherever have wifi/3G/4G network by using the free app on your iPhone and Android.

Scheduling On/Off: Schedule the wifi switch to automatically power electronics on or off as needed. You can schedule the wifi socket to automatically turn on the lights before you are back home.

Plug & Play: This wireless socket is easy to use, just plug an appliance into this wifi outlet, connect this wireless switch with 2.4G wifi network, then you can control it on the free app, amazon Alexa.

Warranty Policy: The Conico Mini Smart Plug has been approved for safety and quality assurance (UL and FCC certificate). Conico will provide 1 year warranty for all of Conico's product. If you have any question, please email us via amazon message.
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Doesn't work with Google Home. Bummer.
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Doesn't work with Google Home. Bummer.
Yes it does. Please find under a different name as "smart life" in google home app.
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I have had good luck with these as long as I don't use one in my garage. My Sears Craftsman garage door opener remote range drops to 10 feet from 30 yards before adding the unit in the garage.
I was using it to control Xmas lights which worked fine but whacked my door opener.
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No 5.0 connection 🤷 ♀️
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I have a Wemo smart plug that has an Auto Off feature rule. Once the plug is turned on, a timer starts and turns it back off after a set amount of minutes. Does anyone know if these have something similar?
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I have a Wemo smart plug that has an Auto Off feature rule. Once the plug is turned on, a timer starts and turns it back off after a set amount of minutes. Does anyone know if these have something similar?
Yes the smart life app does have this feature. What I am lacking is random toggle effects which is found in Kasa app.
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With smart devices made by random brands I've never heard of like this, I worry about their usability long term. What if the brand disappears or the cloud services that the devices depend on go down. Is the risk really worth saving $5-10?
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All these have pretty poor app support. Also no power monitoring.
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obvious question - is the usb and ac outlet app controllable separately on each module.
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New to smart things and have question/concern:

1.) Do smart things require you to give it your WiFi password to make them work?

2.) How do I know that these gadgets are NOT sending my passwords somewhere unsafe or if my password is even encrypted?

3.) If someone had my WiFi access, can they steal my login information to sites I visit (credit cards and banking being the most important)?

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Your WiFi password has no real value to anyone without proximity access to your network. Can the device be conscripted to provide a gateway into your network? Sure, but unlikely anyone would want to access your network resources. VLan separation would mitigate this problem. The real value for a malicious actor would be device conscription into a botnet.

Any secure service (e.g. banking) worth using will employ HTTPS which prevents password sniffing.
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Picture shows: "Alexa, turn on the coffee maker"
Picture does not show: "Alexa, call my cell to to remind me to walk over to the coffee maker and push the brew button."
Husband: "Wouldn't it have been easier to just set the timer on the Coffee Maker?"
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I've never saw a smart plug that is sold under so many different names as this one. They were $2 cheaper under a different name last week. Unless you really need a smart plug or two. Wait a few months for the xmas luster to fade.
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