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

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3-pack is $17 in Walmart , BTW
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3-pack is $17 in Walmart , BTW
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Not a good deal, three days ago it was $19 for 2 pack at amazon, now it's $24.
Walmart has it on clearance for $15-$21 for about two weeks now (varies by location), if you are lucky you might still find them at your local Walmart.
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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.
Thanks and repped! There's MC near me. Will pickup a couple.
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Not a good deal, three days ago it was $19 for 2 pack at amazon, now it's $24.
Walmart has it on clearance for $15-$21 for about two weeks now (varies by location), if you are lucky you might still find them at your local Walmart.
My Walmart had for $9 and the switches for $15 but it's ymmv which is completely different
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Does "compatibility with iOS" mean HomeKit support?
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Anybody know if they integrate with smartthings?
Yes, they can, but not natively. You have to install the custom smartapp and device handler from https://github.com/DaveGut/TP-Link-SmartThings. But the integration works quite well.
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theoretically, couldn't you plug any power strips you currently have into one of these smart plugs and essentially turn them into smart strips?
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Wouldn't having a bunch of these degrade the wifi signal in your home?

We don't use them personally, but I am thinking it could be an issue
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Anybody know if they integrate with smartthings?
Yes, they do.
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theoretically, couldn't you plug any power strips you currently have into one of these smart plugs and essentially turn them into smart strips?
Most smart strips have more than one addressable outlet, at least, any worth buying.

If all you want to do is turn on/off everything at once, then yes...you could plug a standard outlet strip into this.
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Wouldn't having a bunch of these degrade the wifi signal in your home?

We don't use them personally, but I am thinking it could be an issue
You do not mean degrade. Your WiFi signal depends entirely on the power of your WiFi router and any repeaters you have. The strength of your WiFi signal is NOT dependent on how many, or how few, WiFi devices you have.

Now if you mean performance,and how additional WiFi devices might degrade the performance, well that is a different story and a different question. However, you would need an awful lot of these to impact your WiFi performance. Additionally, these devices work in the 2.4 GHz band. Put any of your devices where speed is an issue in the 5 GHz band.
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You do not mean degrade. Your WiFi signal depends entirely on the power of your WiFi router and any repeaters you have. The strength of your WiFi signal is NOT dependent on how many, or how few, WiFi devices you have.

Now if you mean performance,and how additional WiFi devices might degrade the performance, well that is a different story and a different question. However, you would need an awful lot of these to impact your WiFi performance. Additionally, these devices work in the 2.4 GHz band. Put any of your devices where speed is an issue in the 5 GHz band.
Okay, makes sense. Since you seem informed on the subject - we are having much worse connectivity on our WiFi connections, but I don't think there's anything new in the house to cause that. We have had those powerline(?) Ethernet adapters for the past few months, but no issues

as an example of worse connectivity, my parents say it just keeps spinning on their iPhones (buffering)... I'm thinking that the adapters are failing or intermittent
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Bought 1 at $21 3 months ago before they started discounting them and its been running great..and yes all slow devices on 2.4 and all fast devices on 5ghz Smilie
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3-pack is $17 in Walmart , BTW
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