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Etekcity 2 Pack Voltson Wi-Fi Smart Plug Mini Outlet with Energy Monitoring, Works with Amazon Alexa Echo and Google Assistant, No Hub Required $23.99 ac / fs @ amazon

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  • Get 1 of 2 Pack Mini Smart Plug Outlet for $23.99 offered by Etekcity. Enter code WZLALBE7 at checkout.

  • Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant for voice control. Power your devices without lifting a finger. Does not currently support SmartThings, homekit, or IFTTT
  • Track power usage for connected devices and figure out which devices use the most energy. You can effectively cut your usage so that you can save money on your next electric bill
  • Easy to install and stable connection. Controlled from different devices and manage your home on your smartphone or tablet from anywhere
  • Get ready to have a smart home and create customized schedule to automatically turn on and off any home Electronics or appliances such as lamps, Christmas Lighting, coffee maker, etc
  • 30-Day money back, 2-year warranty and lifetime support. *Only support 2.4Ghz wifi
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Anyone know if these are esp8266 based? If so may be possible to flash new firmware to gain ST compatibility...

EDIT- they are and there is already instructions on how to do this.
some reviews indicate these can have premature failure, but most people are happy, but I'd guess most of them used the plug for 2 hours then wrote review, so YMMV.
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Pros: ETL certified (similar to UL), Google and Amazon voice support, energy monitoring.
Cons: Only 8 amps. Looks like you have to use the bottom outlet in order not to block the other.

I'm interested in these devices, especially since they seem like more interesting Kill A Watt. Since it's early days, I feel like I should hold off. If there was something that could handle much more amps at a low price, I'd be much more interested.
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I have 2 of these and 1 works fine, the other is a bit finicky. It has a fan plugged in and sometimes when I have Alexa turn it off, it clicks off and right back on. I'll have to try it 3-4 times for it to actually turn off.
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Cons: Only 8 amps.
Yep, people will plug their 12 amp vacuum into one of these and then will write a negative review because it failed.
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anyone aware of a similar device that handles the 12-15 amp range?
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Thanks . Free shipping?
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Thanks . Free shipping?I
It should be free shipping, but I am not sure.
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Can you control this device over cellular network? I want to manage the outlet when away from home.
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