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It's a brand new product, with 5 five star reviews all published within the last 3 weeks....
Also, when advertising their timer/scheduling function, the photo examples they provide are a toaster (dangerous) and a dryer/washing machine.... -_-
I'll wait for some real reviews before I jump on this one....
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I bought this garbage, it's getting returned. Cheap Chinese junk that doesn't work out of the box
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Excuse my ignorance, but would the risk be limited to someone turning on and off your outlet?
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Great find, thank you!

However, I tried entering the code at checkout, and I'm getting the following:
"The promotional code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase."

Any ideas?
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Great find, thank you!

However, I tried entering the code at checkout, and I'm getting the following:
"The promotional code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase."

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Working for me [imgur.com], clear cookies and try again buddy
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works for me thank you
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General question on home automation and smart plugs. How do smart plugs work if they are on 2.4 GHz wifi but the rest of my system (phone and computer) are on 5 GHz with different SSID names?
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It's a brand new product, with 5 five star reviews all published within the last 3 weeks....
Also, when advertising their timer/scheduling function, the photo examples they provide are a toaster (dangerous) and a dryer/washing machine.... -_-
I'll wait for some real reviews before I jump on this one....
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General question on home automation and smart plugs. How do smart plugs work if they are on 2.4 GHz wifi but the rest of my system (phone and computer) are on 5 GHz with different SSID names?
Most routers nowadays treat both bands as the same network. Although, sometimes they offer functionality to have them act separately.
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Great price, what's the verdict on how much damage these plugs can cause from a security risk? I'm lazy to get up to turn off the light, but don't want to get hacked over it.
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It's a brand new product, with 5 five star reviews all published within the last 3 weeks....
Also, when advertising their timer/scheduling function, the photo examples they provide are a toaster (dangerous) and a dryer/washing machine.... -_-
I'll wait for some real reviews before I jump on this one....
Suggestion to the seller: use a photo of a Crock-Pot or seasonal lighting (Halloween, Christmas, etc) for your timer/schedule feature.
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Most routers nowadays treat both bands as the same network. Although, sometimes they offer functionality to have them act separately.
Thanks!
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Same manufacturer has another listing for the same item that has a few more reviews. Biggest problem I saw was that the app can be a little buggy and crash or not respond.

A couple people complained that the outlet wouldn't stay properly connected and was a pain to get it to respond.

I have a couple other automated outlets and would prefer to not have to remember which app goes with what device if something goes wrong.
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Great price, what's the verdict on how much damage these plugs can cause from a security risk? I'm lazy to get up to turn off the light, but don't want to get hacked over it.
InternetOfThings devices in general are very insecure. Do not add any attack vectors to your system. I have no experience with these n particular but I wouldn't take them in on principal.
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InternetOfThings devices in general are very insecure. Do not add any attack vectors to your system. I have no experience with these n particular but I wouldn't take them in on principal.
I totally agree with this sentiment, furthermore downloading their app the setup/control devices is another potential breach.
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