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  • Manual Remote Control : Plug the home equipment into mini smart plug, download the free app, Smart Life, then control your home appliances from your phone . Wi-Fi enabled, No hub or subscription required.
  • Voice Control : Compatible with Amazon Echo, Google Home Assistant, Control your home appliances with the wifi plug by giving voice command to Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, it will automatically turn on/off.
  • 4.3 out of 5 star based on over 10000 reviews [amazon.com]
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I don't think you can fit 2 of these into one wall outlet.
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Hahahaha holding back from cracking up. You guys should look into the Wyze plugs. They are designed in rectangular shape to where you could get easily two of them in whatever hole you're talking about.

They're about the same price I got two for $10 or one for about five especially when they go on sale otherwise I think they each go for about $10 bucks.

I hate to commingle and mix up these plugs then you need different apps to control different devices so be careful what you purchase and stick with it.

I once caught a fish this big...
It's great to say that you got two for 10 bucks, but that isn't the case today if you are in the market for them.

About commingling....
You logic is good for you, because you have Wyze. There are plenty of people out there that used WEMO devices. These were out there long before Wyze. I could say the same since I am one of those early adopters (Light switch, smart plugs, light bulbs, cam).

I am a mixed home...
After WEMO discontinued and bricked the cams, I bought Wyze cams and so far they have been great and going strong in my garage for well over a year. So I am a fan of Wyze too.

My WEMO switches are still going strong and endorse them as well.

However, WEMO light bulbs suck. I have replaced my bulbs with a mix of GE (because they were bundling them with Google home mini's, which I have 7 scattered around the house), generic smart bulbs (so I have that smart life app), and a few Philips Hue (not worth the hype).

Anyway, most of those that buy these switches will set them up once and never look at the smart life app again. Like with my WEMO stuff or all the light bulbs, I just tell google to turn them on or off and use the google app set the schedules.

In short, if Wyze was 2 for $10 today, I would probably go that route since I have been happy with the brand. Since I am in the market for some to smart plugs, I will look at what is on sale today.
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any link for Wyze (2 for $10)? the lowest price I see is 2 for $15 on Wyze [wyze.com]
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Nice find OP! Been thinking about getting more plugs. Repped.
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i bought something similar and was able to flash it with Tasmota ota. so much better with HA
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dumb dumb here
How would I use these with Google Home??
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How would I use these with Google Home??
Install Smart Life App. Add plugs to app. Go to Google home app, add device, find Smart Life for the manufacturer and link your Smart Life account to Google Home, then you are good to go. After that you should only ever need to use the Smart Life app if you buy more of these plugs and need to set them up as new devices. Since your account would already be linked at that point any new devices added to Smart Life will automatically show up in Google Home (or Alexa, instructions are the same for Amazon devices except swap Google Home app for Alexa App.)

There are multiple brands that use the smartlife app as well. It's kind of a back end for a bunch of these low cost smart home devices.
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Install Smart Life App. Add plugs to app. Go to Google home app, add device, find Smart Life for the manufacturer and link your Smart Life account to Google Home, then you are good to go. After that you should only ever need to use the Smart Life app if you buy more of these plugs and need to set them up as new devices. Since your account would already be linked at that point any new devices added to Smart Life will automatically show up in Google Home (or Alexa, instructions are the same for Amazon devices except swap Google Home app for Alexa App.)

There are multiple brands that use the smartlife app as well. It's kind of a back end for a bunch of these low cost smart home devices.
Oh BTW I want to call this out because most of these plugs have a bunch of bad reviews because the instructions aren't always that clear. 99% of these smart home devices **do not support 5ghz wifi!**. When attempting to connect them you will need to make sure you connect to a 2.4ghz network. Example:
At my house I have [WiFi Name] and [WiFi Name_IoT]. Some routers and aps (unifi) call the 2.4ghz network [Name_IoT] but some may say something like [Name_5G] or something like that for the 5ghz network. You want to connect your phone to the 2.4ghz network and add the devices there. After that you can switch your phone back to your 5ghz if you have both types.
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A word to the wise. I've tried various smart plugs in the past and discovered a few issues that ALL of them have.

1. The wifi chip is such that it works best when the plug is close to the wireless router.
2. There's a risk that these chinese manufactured plugs can have a security breach
3. They work 90% of the time.

After my experiences, I decided to only purchase Amazon's own smart plug that goes on sale for around $5 before and after black friday. I've stocked up and collected 8 of them recently.
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Just tried it, she said no.
What about if you plug this in first?

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Project-...er/3772899

I've used these to extend 'fat headed' plug connectors up enough to give a little 'play' where the connection is met at the receptacle.
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