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2-Pack TP-Link Kasa HS103P2 Smart Wi-Fi Plug Lite (12-Amp) EXPIRED

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Kasa Smart Plug Lite by TP-Link, Smart Home Wifi Outlet Works with Alexa Echo & Google Home - 12 Amp & Reliable Wifi Connection, Compact Design, No Hub Required, 2-pack (HS103P2)

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How is it compared to the "'Tuya" app?
Tuya and urlhasbeenblocked are the same thing/company
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If I use a 1500 watt heater for this will it be okay.? I think 1500 watts 12.5 amps
If I may interject, if the consequence of guessing this kind of thing wrong is a personal injury and/or destruction of property, e.g., a house burning down, then I would advise caution. To put it another way, if you are not 100% sure, maybe that is a good sign that you should not do it.
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I believe it maxes out at 1500 watts so if your heater spikes at startup; you may have an issue! I checked one of my existing and has max 15A output so you are good there! Give it a try for $19.99
Careful, I believe there two of these one with Max 12amp and one with Max 15amp
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I believe it maxes out at 1500 watts so if your heater spikes at startup; you may have an issue! I checked one of my existing and has max 15A output so you are good there! Give it a try for $19.99
NO, these are not 15A which match most house 120V outlets. I have been looking for a price like this except the HS-105 version which is 15A. These are 12A, as I recall, so will work for a lot of needs but not all.
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Perfect for your x-mas tree.
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I got the 4 pack for $28.99 deal the other day and when I tried to set these things up they killed my internet to the point where I had to reset my router to get my signal to show back up. Then after trying a few times and experiencing the same result my 5g network disappeared permanently. A factory reset of my router fixed it and I was able to set them up, but I have set up many different (read:Chinese off-brand) smart plugs and devices with no problem until these. YMMV. Now that they're working, I prefer them to the Chinese plugs (faster response time). Just wish I could turn off the blue light since it's pretty bright in my bedroom
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Is the $5 smart plug via voice order deal expired?
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No. Smart Life app is a bit shady though, and I trust the electrical certification on these more.
Smart Life is NOT shady. TP-Link is a good brand and this is my fave plug. I have other devices that use the Smart Life app. There's a very cool Apple Watch app! You definitely need to check the certification...if not UL at least ETL on devices that use SL because some are not and if there's a fire prob sol
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Is the $5 smart plug via voice order deal expired?
Hopefully. The amazon plug is the worst
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Smart Life is NOT shady. TP-Link is a good brand and this is my fave plug. I have other devices that use the Smart Life app. There's a very cool Apple Watch app! You definitely need to check the certification...if not UL at least ETL on devices that use SL because some are not and if there's a fire prob sol
I think the claim that is shady is because people found that plugs using the app were transmitting large amounts of data over the internet. Plus some of these plugs have very questionable privacy policies. That's enough for most people to categorize it as shady.
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Good deal and great for Christmas lights.
Anyone know if you can control these if the internet is down?
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Good deal and great for Christmas lights.
Anyone know if you can control these if the internet is down?
If the internet is down, but you are home on the same network (ie your router is still up), you are good to go. But if you need to connect from outside the local network, you are sol.
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Are these better than wyze which are $17 for 2?
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I think the claim that is shady is because people found that plugs using the app were transmitting large amounts of data over the internet. Plus some of these plugs have very questionable privacy policies. That's enough for most people to categorize it as shady.
Let's just be clear the app was called shady. You're referencing devices. MANY different device brands use Smart Life. I agree on being selective.
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Are these better than wyze which are $17 for 2?
What do you mean "better"? Depends on how you will use? TP-Link works with more ecosystems. Directly in SmartThings vs Wyze have to set up a virtual switch and hook from IFTTT. Alexa, Google...not going to see a difference. Use via Siri thru shortcuts using google assistant app.
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