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  • Price per plug is $6.75 each for the 2-pack, $5.63 each for the 4-pack and $5.25 each for the 6-pack.
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OMOTON [2 Pack] Mini Wifi Smart Plug compatible with Amazon Alexa,Google Home, IFTTT, 15A Wireless Socket Outlet Remotely Controls your Devices from anywhere,No Hub Required(Android/IOS)

Originally $29.97, now $13.49 (55% off) with code LQ5JE7MA.

Free shipping with Prime.

55% off code also works with the 4 pack ($22.50) and 6 pack ($31.50).

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UL listed? Burn house down?

Okay f no, already reviews showing burned out wall sockets. Some things not worth skimping on.
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Have them. Work well. Freaked my wife out once when I was traveling and cycled a couple of times... she thought the house was being possessed... lol
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Not out of the box, no. Making them work with SmartThings *may* not be difficult (I can't imagine these are any different than the thousand other no-name, generic Chinese WiFi-only smart plugs) and so it almost certainly uses the Tuya SmartLife app...which has an IFTTT channel (also advertised on the product page), so you could do this:

https://community.smartthings.com...app/116141

More importantly: unless your goal is to pay China to have access to your network, you're going to want to either block these plugs from sending data to Chinese servers, or set up a guest network that limits exposure.

These are cheap for the same reason that Google is free: it gives someone else access to your data, and data is worth more than you're paying for the product. Just keep that in mind.


They claim they're CE listed, which is essentially the same thing.
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These things let getting cheaper & cheaper... Any one use this brand?
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Does anyone know if any of these cheap WiFi plugs work directly with SmartThings without the need to install whatever app? I would prefer not having to install anything else and just use these things with SmartThings/Google Assistant. Thanks.
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Have them. Work well. Freaked my wife out once when I was traveling and cycled a couple of times... she thought the house was being possessed... lol
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Anybody have direct experience with these? Works well? So cheap.
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looks pretty good bought 4 pack for $22.5
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UL listed? Burn house down?

Okay f no, already reviews showing burned out wall sockets. Some things not worth skimping on.
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UL listed? Burn house down?

Okay f no, already reviews showing burned out wall sockets. Some things not worth skimping on.
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Does anyone know if any of these cheap WiFi plugs work directly with SmartThings without the need to install whatever app? I would prefer not having to install anything else and just use these things with SmartThings/Google Assistant. Thanks.
Not out of the box, no. Making them work with SmartThings *may* not be difficult (I can't imagine these are any different than the thousand other no-name, generic Chinese WiFi-only smart plugs) and so it almost certainly uses the Tuya SmartLife app...which has an IFTTT channel (also advertised on the product page), so you could do this:

https://community.smartthings.com...app/116141

More importantly: unless your goal is to pay China to have access to your network, you're going to want to either block these plugs from sending data to Chinese servers, or set up a guest network that limits exposure.

These are cheap for the same reason that Google is free: it gives someone else access to your data, and data is worth more than you're paying for the product. Just keep that in mind.

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UL listed? Burn house down?

Okay f no, already reviews showing burned out wall sockets. Some things not worth skimping on.
They claim they're CE listed, which is essentially the same thing.
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looks pretty good bought 4 pack for $22.5
Glad you mentioned this - I almost bought 2x 2 packs for $26. I didn't think to try the other multi packs first.
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Not out of the box, no. Making them work with SmartThings *may* not be difficult (I can't imagine these are any different than the thousand other no-name, generic Chinese WiFi-only smart plugs) and so it almost certainly uses the Tuya SmartLife app...which has an IFTTT channel (also advertised on the product page), so you could do this:

https://community.smartthings.com...app/116141 [smartthings.com]

More importantly: unless your goal is to pay China to have access to your network, you're going to want to either block these plugs from sending data to Chinese servers, or set up a guest network that limits exposure.

These are cheap for the same reason that Google is free: it gives someone else access to your data, and data is worth more than you're paying for the product. Just keep that in mind.
Thanks for the info. I think I'll just wait until the Wemos are on sale again.
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So here's the issue with these "smart plugs". They only work with appliances/devices that can be permanently left on. ie. a fan with a nob or a light with a nob or a switch. Otherwise if you choose to use this with something like a TV, yes you can turn it off with the smart plug, but to turn the TV back on, you need to turn the plug on then the TV. I like the idea of smart plugs, but we are a ways from actually smart plugs.
Window air conditioners ! #1 use !
Fans and space heaters also nice like lamps.
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