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WiFi Smart Plug, No Hub Required, Works with Alexa $11.99 Amazon

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Remote Access: You can control your lights and appliances globally that plugged in this wireless outlet with Wi-Fi/3G/4G access by using the free app on your iPhones and Android.
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 and google assistant.
Scheduling On/Off: It would not be a cold and dark home when you come home after a hard day work. With this smart plug, you can schedule the air conditioner, lights to turn on before you arrive.
Plug & Play: This wireless socket is easy to use, no hub required. Just plug an appliance into this wifi switch 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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Like the low profile similar to my to link smart switch.. wondering if it will work outside in cold weather
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I have a few of these. Works great in my garage. Not sure about in the cold though.
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Does it work with google home and smartThings hub?
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Does it work with google home and smartThings hub?
From Q/A section on amazon...

It does not work with Samsung SmartThings, but it does work with Google Home / Google Assistant. You need to download the app Jinvoo or Smart Life (by Tuya Inc) and then setup the device. Next, open Google Home, go to Home Control, click the + to add a device, and scroll to Smart Life. Google will ask you to choose Jinvoo or Smart Life, sign into the appropriate account and you can then setup the device for Google.
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Can someone give me some common and useful examples for these smart switches. I can't for the life of me figure out what to do with them but I want to buy them haha. I have hue lights, echos, and lutron switches installed everywhere but am confused what to do with the plugs :/
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I have a few of these. Works great in my garage. Not sure about in the cold though.
Your garage is heated ?
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Your garage is heated ?
No, temp = ~40
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I had no idea what you meant with this comment and then I saw that this is the app that you need to use this thing. Is there something bad about this app?
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Will this work with Google Home mini.
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Can someone give me some common and useful examples for these smart switches. I can't for the life of me figure out what to do with them but I want to buy them haha. I have hue lights, echos, and lutron switches installed everywhere but am confused what to do with the plugs :/
you can use it on a table lamp or on any lamp, lot cheaper than a smart switch. In my case the house that i have is not set up with the neutral cable so I can't install a smart switch. Some people use it for Christmas lights(seems like overkill).
You could possibly use it as a on/off switch for a surge protector so the electronics dont use power (phantom power/vampire power) while you are not home.

http://www.mnenergysmart.com/how-...onics-use/
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Can someone give me some common and useful examples for these smart switches. I can't for the life of me figure out what to do with them but I want to buy them haha. I have hue lights, echos, and lutron switches installed everywhere but am confused what to do with the plugs :/
I have a couple of them (not this brand). I use one for my Christmas tree lights and for the other months I have a desk lamp plugged into it. The other I use for a switch-type coffee maker.
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oh yay... another WiFi switch, with its own app.
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Can someone give me some common and useful examples for these smart switches. I can't for the life of me figure out what to do with them but I want to buy them haha. I have hue lights, echos, and lutron switches installed everywhere but am confused what to do with the plugs :/
I use them to turn lamps on and off. It's hard for my hand to twist the knob on the bulb socket, plus I ha a couple of floor lamps around the room.
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