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GHome Smart 3-Outlet & 3-USB Port Smart Power Strip EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has GHome Smart 3-Outlet & 3-USB Port Smart Power Strip (WP9-BK) on sale for $13.50. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.

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Features:
  • Voice Control - Smart power strip works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant
  • APP Remote Control - Free app controls the smart outlet plug by your smartphone. You can control the Alexa power strip at any time anywhere.
  • Smart surge protector features 3 USB 3 charging ports, the total USB output is up to 3.1A.
  • Set a schedule to turn on/off electrical appliances when you are home or away by Timer and Countdown function.
  • Support 100-240V, 10A maximum load. The circuit breaker automatically breaks off when the current exceeds the threshold, preventing plugged-in high-temperature devices from damages.

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Amazon [amazon.com] has Smart Power Strip, 3 USB Ports and 3 Individually Controlled Smart Outlets, 10A for $13.50. Shipping is free with Prime or on $25+ orders.

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$6.49 lower (32% savings) than the list price of $19.99

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About this Item:
  • Voice Control - Smart power strip works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. It is safe and convenient to control with voice. For people who can't free their hands to manually turn on/off the Alexa smart plugs or have inconvenience with both hands. Only for a 2.4GHz WiFi router, no need for a separate hub.
  • APP Remote Control - Free app controls the smart outlet plug by your smartphone (ios 8.0 or above/Android 4.4 or above). You can control the Alexa power strip at any time anywhere. Only support 2.4GHz WiFi network. No paid subscription service.
  • Multi-Plug Outlet - Smart surge protector features 3 USB 3 charging ports, the total USB output is up to 3.1A. You can charge your cellphone, tablets, and other USB gadgets at the same time.
  • Timer Function - Set a schedule to turn on/off electrical appliances when you are home or away by Timer and Countdown function. Just like lamps, coffee makers, humidifiers, lights, and so on. This also helps lower your electricity bill by turning power-hungry devices off when they are not working.
  • Multiple Safeguards - Smart extension cord is made of high-quality materials. Support 100-240V, 10A maximum load. The circuit breaker automatically breaks off when the current exceeds the threshold, preventing plugged-in high-temperature devices from damages. PC-V0 materials can protect your home safely.

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The combination of a rated 10A limit and overcurrent protection is a warning sign that this power product is likely using 18 gauge wire in the otherwise heavy duty-looking cord. This rule is primarily to benefit using thinner wire gauges for things like holiday light cords with integral fuses, but gets abused commonly by many of these power strip brands. Consider that the most basic extension cord at the local big box store - think a polarized white lamp cord - starts at 16 gauge wire (lower numbers being thicker/better).

This company offers a smart outlet on Amazon that is UL listed through Intertek [intertekconnect.com], but I couldn't find anything for this particular model/device.

Good luck!
Jon
10A is pretty low, and 2.4ghz only means massive headaches in some worlds
UL bros ASSEMBLE!!!

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UL bros ASSEMBLE!!!
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10A is pretty low, and 2.4ghz only means massive headaches in some worlds
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I got one before, it works great.
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10A is pretty low, and 2.4ghz only means massive headaches in some worlds
The combination of a rated 10A limit and overcurrent protection is a warning sign that this power product is likely using 18 gauge wire in the otherwise heavy duty-looking cord. This rule is primarily to benefit using thinner wire gauges for things like holiday light cords with integral fuses, but gets abused commonly by many of these power strip brands. Consider that the most basic extension cord at the local big box store - think a polarized white lamp cord - starts at 16 gauge wire (lower numbers being thicker/better).

This company offers a smart outlet on Amazon that is UL listed through Intertek [intertekconnect.com], but I couldn't find anything for this particular model/device.

Good luck!
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UL bros ASSEMBLE!!!
Shill Team (10)s ASSEMBLE.

Seriously, minimizing the importance of something as dangerous as electrical safety to get a few more cents commission. F*ck you pal. My garage almost burnt down a few days ago thanks to cheap chinese RC car.

Just because it's rare doesn't meant it doesn't happen.
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Shill Team (10)s ASSEMBLE.

Seriously, minimizing the importance of something as dangerous as electrical safety to get a few more cents commission. F*ck you pal. My garage almost burnt down a few days ago thanks to cheap chinese RC car.

Just because it's rare doesn't meant it doesn't happen.
wanna go to a party later?
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Quote from FearAndLoathing :
Shill Team (10)s ASSEMBLE.

Seriously, minimizing the importance of something as dangerous as electrical safety to get a few more cents commission. F*ck you pal. My garage almost burnt down a few days ago thanks to cheap chinese RC car.

Just because it's rare doesn't meant it doesn't happen.
I can see where your username comes from!
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Not very smart if it still uses USB A with no USB C port
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Not very smart if it still uses USB A with no USB C port
And I can see their logic.
USB-c chargers are pretty expensive and evolve pretty fast. Whatever they put in there will be outdated in 2-3 years.
At the same time there are quite a few less demanding USB devices - fans, clocks, watches, lights. Those would be using 5V 1A ports for years to come.
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It says UL certified but doesn't mention the wire guage as 18 so that first comment is helpful but speculative. Anyway, found this 3 star review on amz that gave me a pause - "It's cool but it took forever to configure it and one day a fricken Chinese hacker was messing with it and was turning off and on my lights. It's connected to the internet. I've never had any problems with the Amazon plug I paid $24 bucks for, but I called one lamp, and the other fan and Alexa turns them on and off for me on command now, but I had to configure it in the urlhasbeenblocked app first. Dorky AF
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And I can see their logic.
USB-c chargers are pretty expensive and evolve pretty fast. Whatever they put in there will be outdated in 2-3 years.
At the same time there are quite a few less demanding USB devices - fans, clocks, watches, lights. Those would be using 5V 1A ports for years to come.
Yeah, USB-A port works with USB-A and USB-C (with a A-C cable that you probably already have a million of). No point in putting a potentially incompatible USB-C port in it if the whole thing can only do 10A and shouldn't be adding any higher amp draws on the USB sode that you'd need a USB-C port for to achieve
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if i chop off the neutral plug, what could go wrong using this in a car? i have a 120v/150w 2 plug inverter
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It says UL certified but doesn't mention the wire guage as 18 so that first comment is helpful but speculative. Anyway, found this 3 star review on amz that gave me a pause - "It's cool but it took forever to configure it and one day a fricken Chinese hacker was messing with it and was turning off and on my lights. It's connected to the internet. I've never had any problems with the Amazon plug I paid $24 bucks for, but I called one lamp, and the other fan and Alexa turns them on and off for me on command now, but I had to configure it in the urlhasbeenblocked app first. Dorky AF
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I'd bet that the person there is either lying, being pranked or misinterpreted some bug as being hacked.

Seriously doubt that somebody who can actually hack these from off site is just doing it to turn sombodies lights off/on to mess with them.

I've interacted with enough knuckledraggers in customer facing IT to know there's a big population of oblivious people to where you can't just take their opinion/review at face value
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