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Kasa Smart via Amazon [amazon.com] has 3-Pack TP-Link HS220P3 Kasa Smart Dimmer WiFi Light Switch for $44.39 when you 'clip' the $10 off coupon on the product page. Shipping is free.

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Kasa Smart Dimmer Switch by TP-Link, Single Pole, Needs Neutral Wire, WiFi Light Switch for LED Lights, Works with Alexa and Google Assistant, UL Certified, 3-Pack(HS220P3)

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I have about 12 Kasa switches in the house. They run flawlessly even after power outages and router resets. They just work! Integrates well with Alexa. I almost don't touch switches anymore!
the wemo app is terrible and buggy. it took me forever to add a wemo light switch to the app (they also require you to create an account now). i've had no problems using the kasa app and setup is smooth and painless.

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3 pack 3way?
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No, three individual single pole dimmers. I'll add that to the main post.

Kasa Smart Dimmer Switch by TP-Link, Single Pole, Needs Neutral Wire, WiFi Light Switch for LED Lights, Works with Alexa and Google Assistant, UL Certified, 3-Pack(HS220P3)

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Superb price here
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Does anyone have experience with Kasa switches and Wemo? How does it compare to Wemo?
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Does anyone have experience with Kasa switches and Wemo? How does it compare to Wemo?
the wemo app is terrible and buggy. it took me forever to add a wemo light switch to the app (they also require you to create an account now). i've had no problems using the kasa app and setup is smooth and painless.
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Does anyone have experience with Kasa switches and Wemo? How does it compare to Wemo?
I have about 12 Kasa switches in the house. They run flawlessly even after power outages and router resets. They just work! Integrates well with Alexa. I almost don't touch switches anymore!
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Wemo app is terrible, and my five devices always fall off the network randomly and even when working, Google will tell me "Wemo is unavailable". Have done everything under the sun to fix them.

Bought some TP-Link and have never had a problem.
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Does anyone have experience with Kasa switches and Wemo? How does it compare to Wemo?
I have no experience with any other types of switches or outlets.

About 3 weeks ago, I purchased a number of single pole, 3 way's, a dimmer and some plugs, all Kasa.

If you are just starting out, or planning, be aware that there are NO 3 Way Dimmers available in the Kasa lineup. There is a thread on their support site about it, with what seems to be hundreds of people chiming in about the same. It's supposed to be in the works. It needs to be. I have 4 main areas of the house in need of 3 Way Dimmers.

Next, I had a hell of a time with my devices staying online. Not the norm from reading the reviews or the support forums. So I figured I was in the minority, and decided to hammer my issues out myself. 2 weeks, they kept going offline/unavailable randomly.
I had a more unique configuration, running pfsense, and having 2 older netgear routers (set as AP's) and a newer Asus router as an AP.

First step was to assign static IP's for all the devices, which is recommended throughout their forums. It didn't fix anything, but makes things nice and neat. I have set aside space for plenty of future devices.

I bricked an old Netgear router changing/fiddling with the 2.4ghz settings, tried tomato and DDWRT, and just made matters worse. Removed both Netgears and got another Asus, and continued to have the problem, but not as bad. Kept playing with settings on the 2.4 band, and now... it's flawless, rock solid, always available.

Chances are if you've had other IoT devices working without issues, you're probably going to be fine. I have Ring & Wyze cams working without issue, but these were more finicky (for me).

Since getting them working/responding well in the Kasa app (which is pretty decent, I don't hate it), I have finally setup my old Echo Dot (which I'd stopped using a year or two ago) and after getting Kasa setup with that, it all works very well.

They look good, they perform well, the app is nice and simple. Plan out your install, you might need to buy your own faceplates if you have a double or triple gang switch. Plan accordingly.
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Going to replace a wemo dimmer that has not been reliable. Thanks OP
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These work great with the Harman Kardon Invokes. :/
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I have two switches controlling one light. One switch is 3 way and one switch is 1 way. Can I place the 1 way switch with this TP link and still have everything work?
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Can you dim any LED Lights with this? My current switches don't have a dimmer. I have those ceiling recessed LED lights.
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Can you dim any LED Lights with this? My current switches don't have a dimmer. I have those ceiling recessed LED lights.
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Yes, you can.
I have one hooked up to 3 recessed LED lights (make sure your LED lights are dimmable, not all are dimmable!)
Max is 150W total, so for example 15 x 10W LED lights (which most 60W equivalent LED lights roughly are).
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