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Kasa Smart Plug Mini, Smart Home Wifi outlet works with Alexa & Google Home, WiFi Simple Setup, No Hub Required – A Certified for Humans Device (HS105)

Kasa Smart WiFi Plug Mini by TP Link Reliable WiFi Connection, No Hub Required, Works with Alexa Echo & Google Assistant (HS105).

Product Features

  • Certified for humans – Struggle-free, tinker-free, stress-free. No patience needed-it’s actually simple.
  • Control from anywhere: Turn electronics on or off from anywhere with your smartphone using the Kasa app (Compatible w/ Android & iOS)
  • Voice control: Works with Alexa, Google Assistant and Microsoft Cortana supported devices for a hands free experience
  • Compact design; Won’t block the other wall outlet allowing two smart plugs to be installed side by side
  • Kasa scenes & schedules: Schedule the Smart Plug to automatically switch on and off when away or set a scene for controlling many devices with a single button
  • Note: Requires a secured 2.4 GHz Wi Fi network connection

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Anonymous says:

easy to configure; works well with Alexa I bought the 3-pack of these TP-Link Kasa smart plug minis to use at home with our Amazon Echo to turn lights on and off with Alexa. I have a set of smart plugs by another brand that work well, but this Kasa product was on sale so I elected to give them a try.The set of 3 comes in a box with each smart plug individually boxed. There is no printed manual that comes with this set, but brief instructions are printed on each box. You first need to download and install the Kasa…

Anonymous says:

Mid-priced junk These plugs are junk. I have plugs from other manufacturers which work just fine with their app and with Alexa as well as most are HomeKit compatible. These plugs are NOT HomeKit compatible and half the time the schedule doesn’t work after setting up and extensive troubleshooting. I thought for sure these might be the holy grail when I favored in price vs form factor and overall useability. However, after trying to use them for a month, they turn out to be flakey and just not a good…

Anonymous says:

Recent firmware and KASA app changes make it impossible to connect plug to Alexa I spent 3 hours trying to get alexa to find this plug AFTER it was set up and functioning with the KASA app. After doing some time searching the internet and the KASA forums i found MANY MANY posts that the new app and/or firmware do not allow the plug to be placed in anything other than “local use” mode. Previous versions could be toggled to remote usage and then it would be discovered by Alexa. That option is NOT in the latest KASA app. This appears to be a new glitch with most posts starting…

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