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3-Pack TP-Link HS105 WiFi Smart Plug Mini EXPIRED

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BH Photo Video has 3-Pack TP-Link HS105 WiFi Smart Plug Mini (TPHS1053K) on sale for $37.99. Shipping is free. Thanks captainguy
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  • Sale is valid through 5/21/19 or while supplies lasts. This works out to be ~$12.66 per smart plug.
  • The plugs enable you to remotely control devices connected to them from anywhere with internet access via the free Kasa mobile app. They feature built-in 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi connectivity, scheduled usage, away mode, and compatibility with iOS, Android, Amazon Alexa, and Google Assistant.

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3-Count TP-Link HS105 Wi-Fi Smart Plug Mini (TPHS1053K) [bhphotovideo.com] $37.99

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Listing is all over the place, title claims 2 pack, images claim 3 pack, description claims both.
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How high is your original electricity bill that you're able to save $250/month by switching to smart products?

From what I've read, these products are more about convenience. I've never thought of savings on electricity bills as a selling point for smart products.
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Listing is all over the place, title claims 2 pack, images claim 3 pack, description claims both.
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Listing is all over the place, title claims 2 pack, images claim 3 pack, description claims both.
The two pack is $35, three pack IS $3 more at $38 (not much of a mark up, haha) and on Zon the 3-pack price is $60. I think it's legit, just bad editing.
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Anybody know if they integrate with smartthings?
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I love the TP-Link smart home products! We have 6 bulbs and 5 of these plugs, along with smart power strips (which are AMAZING to have!). We have saved $250 a month on electricity after switching to all the smart outlets and bulbs. Cable box was biggest culprit literally using the same amount of juice off as on :-l (since have cut the cord).
Issue with the cable box is that it takes time to load the guide after powered up, but mine did the same using lots of power turned off

Thanks for heads up on smart power strip looking into that now
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Issue with the cable box is that it takes time to load the guide after powered up, but mine did the same using lots of power turned off

Thanks for heads up on smart power strip looking into that now
Glad to help! The Tp-link strips are expensive. We decided to go with Jinvoo on Amazon. It has 4 outlets and 3 USBs. Put 2 in office, 2 in bedroom and 2 in living room. If we aren't using that electronic device, the power is always off from the strip. Items like TV, certain lights cell chargers we have timers to go when at work and back on when home. It's been really crazy the amount of money you save using these! They paid themselves off in 2 months!

Also if you have a Google home /hub they work flawlessly.
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These are $12.99 for a single at Microcenter if you have one nearby.

I have these along with their switches and bulbs and highly recommend them.
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It says 2-pack
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I love the TP-Link smart home products! We have 6 bulbs and 5 of these plugs, along with smart power strips (which are AMAZING to have!). We have saved $250 a month on electricity after switching to all the smart outlets and bulbs. Cable box was biggest culprit literally using the same amount of juice off as on :-l (since have cut the cord).
How high is your original electricity bill that you're able to save $250/month by switching to smart products?

From what I've read, these products are more about convenience. I've never thought of savings on electricity bills as a selling point for smart products.
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It says 2-pack
Got shipment info and says 3
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How high is your original electricity bill that you're able to save $250/month by switching to smart products?

From what I've read, these products are more about convenience. I've never thought of savings on electricity bills as a selling point for smart products.
Actually the only smart item we bought out of convenience was the Google Homes. All the bulbs, plugs etc, we purchased to save on electricity. Does walking in at night and telling Google I'm home and it turns what I need on save time? Ya, but that time we're not using them, ALL our electronics they are basically 'unplugged'. So all that standby electric we were paying for is gone. Computers, lights, ps4, chargers, fish tank light, TV etc. Nothing is on anymore unless we are using it. It's crazy the money saved by doing that.
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Anybody know if they integrate with smartthings?
I think there is a github on SmartThings that allow it to integrate. I looked into it once a while back.
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in for a 3 pack! anyone know if these are good with google assistant or do i have to buy a hub or something? i do a lot with my pixel 3a XL so hoping these will integrate.
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