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(YMMV) Prime Outdoor Wifi Outlets 2 pack - $9.97

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[Costco] (YMMV) Prime Outdoor Wifi Outlets 2 pack - $9.97

Spotted these two pack outdoor wifi outlets by Prime at Costco in Markham east, ON for $9.97. Google assistant and Alexa compatible. ...they've been mentioned in an older thread from few years back so I’m reposting it with updated price. Go go go!

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ibrahim wrote: Do you know how many, approximately, were left?
I believe I saw 10-15 left
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Seems like a good deal. Gonna see if I can find them in Ajax tomorrow.
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Anybody know if these work with Smartthings? I couldn't find anything, even in that thread from 2018.
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Woodbridge
These are AMAZING!.. i bought it i think for the clearance price (cant remember). Very easy to do Tasmota Over the AIR, and you can now manage this locallly. I use home assistant.

Way better than crappy TP Link Kasa and Wemo's (which i have both).

EDIT let me clarify:
1. I have nearly 14 Wemo switches and sockets (its done its job really well for the last 5 years, but cloud based sucks)
2. I have 6 TP Link Kasa switches - same idea as the Wemo, bought because it was cheap
3. I have 3 CE Smart sockets, 2 CE Smart Sockets with power monitoring and 5 CE Smart Dimmers, 2 Prime Outdoor plugs, and recently loaded up Tasmota over the air, and WOW way better. Fully controlled by Home Assistant (i just converted a month ago from Smartthings whcih i still use for my zigbee devices).

By far, never WEMO or TP Link again. CE Smart (or any other china branded ESP8266 based) switches and plugs using Tasmota is FAR superior. All local controlled, and each has a website...
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zero64 wrote: Anybody know if these work with Smartthings? I couldn't find anything, even in that thread from 2018.
No. You need Tasmota installed then smartthings is a yes.
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Anyone seen these in Montreal?
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Niffler wrote: Did a quick search and nothing came up except the post from 2018
That deal is expired anyway
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I'm currently using these now. One is outside and one is inside. Really like them. Use with Google. Works great
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Variability wrote: Seems like a good deal. Gonna see if I can find them in Ajax tomorrow.
They were disco at Ajax a few months ago. They had about 2 left and someone had picked them up. I paid $18.99 for these 2 years ago. They are great and work. Great for Xmas lights.
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minirx7 wrote: These are AMAZING!.. i bought it i think for the clearance price (cant remember). Very easy to do Tasmota Over the AIR, and you can now manage this locallly. I use home assistant.

Way better than crappy TP Link Kasa and Wemo's (which i have both).

EDIT let me clarify:
1. I have nearly 14 Wemo switches and sockets (its done its job really well for the last 5 years, but cloud based sucks)
2. I have 6 TP Link Kasa switches - same idea as the Wemo, bought because it was cheap
3. I have 3 CE Smart sockets, 2 CE Smart Sockets with power monitoring and 5 CE Smart Dimmers, 2 Prime Outdoor plugs, and recently loaded up Tasmota over the air, and WOW way better. Fully controlled by Home Assistant (i just converted a month ago from Smartthings whcih i still use for my zigbee devices).

By far, never WEMO or TP Link again. CE Smart (or any other china branded ESP8266 based) switches and plugs using Tasmota is FAR superior. All local controlled, and each has a website...
Both Wemo and TP link can be locally controlled too. Both HomeBridge and Homeassistant support this

I have homebridge controlling them locally and no need to switch to 3rd party firmware. (Still get security updates)

I also had a bunch of the Costco ones too. All Tuya based. Never ever got firmware updates.
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Grabbed the last 2 from Markham East costco a few weeks back, they're pretty solid, and I could also use them as a power splitter too since it got 2 outlets each
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