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[Amazon.ca] $17 - 2 Pack, Kasa Smart Plug by TP-Link (HS103P2)

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[Amazon.ca] $17 - 2 Pack, Kasa Smart Plug by TP-Link (HS103P2)

Kasa Smart Plug by TP-Link (HS103P2) - Smart Home WiFi Outlet Works with Alexa, Echo and Google Home, No Hub Required, Remote Control, 2.4GHz WiFi Required, 12 Amp, UL Certified, 2-Pack

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About this item
Voice control: Kasa smart plugs that work with Alexa and Google Home Assistant. Enjoy the hands-free convenience of controlling any home electronic appliances with your voice via Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant
Smart Outlet Control from anywhere: Turn electronics on and off your smart home devices from anywhere with your smartphone using the Kasa app, whether you are at home, in the office or on vacation
Scheduling: Use timer or countdown schedules to set your WiFi smart plug to automatically turn on and off any home electronic appliances such as lamps, fan, humidifier, Christmas lights, etc
Easy set up and use: 2.4GHz WiFi connection required. Plug in, open the Kasa app, follow the simple instructions and enjoy. System Requirements: Android 5.0 or higher, iOS 10 or higher
Trusted and reliable: Designed and developed in silicon valley. Kasa is trusted by over 4 Million users and being the reader’s choice for PCMag 2020. UL certified for safety use
TP-Link offers 2 year manufacturer warranty and free technical support
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See how the Kasa stacks up to others in RFD Reviews' list of the best smart plugs!
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Newbie
Mar 27, 2021
91 posts
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This sale is so frequent I don't think there's a single RFDer without at least 4 of these.....

(i have 6 and the power bar)
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Jan 14, 2007
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Toronto
restartRFD wrote: This sale is so frequent I don't think there's a single RFDer without at least 4 of these.....

(i have 6 and the power bar)
True, I have 4 and bought another set of 4 last week for $30.
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Jun 4, 2012
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BC
rajojomanik wrote: True, I have 4 and bought another set of 4 last week for $30.
4 pack oos sold from Amazon so this is the next best price
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Dec 27, 2011
137 posts
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Sherwood Park
Anyone in Edmonton want a brand new set for 1/2 price? I bought a set and they will not connect to my network. They get a DHCP address from my router, but the app never updates to show them. Tried for over an hour and just gave up. I ain't got no time for that poop! The cheapy $10 merkury ones from Walmart work without a headache!
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Sep 16, 2011
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Lethbridge
travellerw wrote: Anyone in Edmonton want a brand new set for 1/2 price? I bought a set and they will not connect to my network. They get a DHCP address from my router, but the app never updates to show them. Tried for over an hour and just gave up. I ain't got no time for that poop! The cheapy $10 merkury ones from Walmart work without a headache!
Out of curiosity, do you have Linksys gear? There's a few Amazon reviews that said it won't connect to Linksys stuff, which seems really weird to me.
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May 25, 2009
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Toronto
restartRFD wrote: This sale is so frequent I don't think there's a single RFDer without at least 4 of these.....

(i have 6 and the power bar)
Wrong! I'm poor and I only have 1.
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Jul 8, 2009
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I have 5, 3 of these and 2 of the bigger energy monitoring ones and never have a use for them. At Christmas time our lights are used with them but the rest of the year they sit alot not being used.
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Mar 25, 2013
521 posts
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Toronto
Great plugs. I have a ton of Kasa stuff. Light switches, plugs, bulbs, outdoor plugs. Work very well
DroidKid
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Dec 27, 2011
137 posts
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Sherwood Park
Nope.. Asus..

I spent some more time today and nothing I do seems to make them show up in the app.. Its super frustrating.
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Jun 4, 2007
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I have some CE smart ones from Costco that I haven't opened yet. Would these be better?
Deal Guru
Jun 15, 2012
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Southern Ontario
travellerw wrote: Nope.. Asus..

I spent some more time today and nothing I do seems to make them show up in the app.. Its super frustrating.
I could not add them when I started reaching 50 devices on my AC86U, many 2.4 smart devices. I now divide my IoT devices between 2 routers, and dedicate our non-IoT that can do 5GHz only on 5GHz.
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Jun 15, 2012
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Mmagic888 wrote: I have some CE smart ones from Costco that I haven't opened yet. Would these be better?
Functionally the same, I have both, although I have other Kasa devices and think Kasa is a more polished company.
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Jun 4, 2007
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AncasterRFD wrote: I could not add them when I started reaching 50 devices on my AC86U, many 2.4 smart devices. I now divide my IoT devices between 2 routers, and dedicate our non-IoT that can do 5GHz only on 5GHz.
Do you just run 2 lan cables to the modem or a 2nd router runs off the 1st router? Also, does Alexa need to be on the same router as the smart device in order to be able to control them?
Deal Guru
Jun 15, 2012
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Southern Ontario
Mmagic888 wrote: Do you just run 2 lan cables to the modem or a 2nd router runs off the 1st router? Also, does Alexa need to be on the same router as the smart device in order to be able to control them?
I sold my AC86U. My N66U 2nd router, different LAN address, is wired to the main router, an AX86U. The four bands (2.4GHz x2, 5GHz x2) are all on separate channels and different from the neighbours. The Echo devices (Alexa) can be on any router and they can control all the devices regardless which router they are connected to.

If you have an iMac or MacBook, clicking the apple symbol "About This Mac" > System Report > Network > Wifi... will show all the channels being used around you.

I am also running a US VPN on the 2nd router to gain US streaming content. My lesser known IoT devices are on that router. Not sure that's necessary, it's just my personal preference for security.
https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/p ... t-security
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Nov 25, 2003
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Has anyone tried to use the Ikea smart button (or any smart button) with Kasa?

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