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[Primecables.ca] Orvibo Smart Wifi Power Outlet S25 - $5 each

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[Primecables.ca] Orvibo Smart Wifi Power Outlet S25 - $5 each

$4.99 for a pack of one, or $9.99 for pack of two.
Review seems decent on Amazon.com: https://www.amazon.com/product-reviews/ ... ll_reviews

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can this be controlled via google home? I see it is Alexa compatible
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Thanks op. Ordered 4 more. These use the HomeMate app. I can confirm I have been able to reliably program them and control them via the Google Assistant and home minis. They are much more reliable than the wemo's I have as well.
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Great price but will this burn down my house?

And if it did, is it certified so my insurance company doesn’t deny my claim?
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Sadly these don't have power monitoring. I want that as a feature but not too more expensive.
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One of the reviews says they got it working with Alexa by linking it with HomeMate. I'm seeing Google Home also has support for HomeMate.
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Thanks OP! First zip ties and now this! Lets hope they keep getting better.
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shayne85 wrote:
Oct 23rd, 2018 9:42 pm
Great price but will this burn down my house?

And if it did, is it certified so my insurance company doesn’t deny my claim?
It will not burn down your house and the worst case would be to see some burning at the receptacle openings if you draw too much power (exceeding the 10 A rating). Other devices like portable heaters will have a greater chance in burning your home which would be covered by home owners insurance but to be certain, always check with your insurance broker.
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I thought these were a good deal when they were $9.99 each. The only issue I have with them is sometimes the timer doesn't get actvated. At $4.99, I grabbed another two.
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What do you guys tend to use these with? To control what?
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Kaitlyn wrote:
Oct 24th, 2018 4:11 am
What do you guys tend to use these with? To control what?

I use smart switches for my floor lamps, so that when I come home I can tell Google to turn on the lights. At night, I go in to bed and tell google to turn off all the nights, so that I dont need to fumble for switches in the dark.
RFD makes me :lol:

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