|Special Features||Compatibility - Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant for Voice Control, No Hub Required - Works with any Wi-Fi router without the need for a separate hub, Remote Access - Control devices connected to the Smart Plug wherever you use the free Kasa app on your phone, Schedule and Timer - Schedule/Timer the smart plug to automatically power electronics on and off as needed, Multiple Safety Guarantees – Overheating protection and PC flame retardant material help minimize burning hazards, Sliding safety cover protects children from electric shock|
|Mounting Hardware||Quick Installation Guide, Mini Smart Wi-Fi Plug - KP105|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Connector Type||Wi-Fi Built In|
|Radio Bands Supported||Single Band|
|Product Dimensions||5.15 x 6.03 x 7.25 cm; 130 Grams|
|Item Weight||130 g|
|Item Model Number||KP105|
|Date First Available||14 June 2020|
Kasa Mini Smart Plug by TP-Link, WiFi Outlet,Works with Amazon Alexa(Echo and Echo Dot), Google Home and Samsung SmartThings, Wireless Smart Socket Remote Control Timer Switch, No Hub Required(KP105)
|Price:||+ $3.00 Delivery|
- Compatibility - Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant for Voice Control
- No Hub Required - Works with any Wi-Fi router without the need for a separate hub
- Remote Access - Control devices connected to the Smart Plug wherever you use the free Kasa app on your phone
- Schedule and Timer - Schedule/Timer the smart plug to automatically power electronics on and off as needed
- Multiple Safety Guarantees – Overheating protection and PC flame retardant material help minimise burning hazards; Sliding safety cover protects children from electric shock
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Control electronics from anywhere using your phone with the Kasa Mini smart Wi-Fi plug. You can turn devices on/off, check status, create schedules and set timers using the Kasa app. Gain peace of mind by checking on your devices remotely and always coming home to a well-lit house. Use away-mode to make it look like You are home when you travel and have lights turn on/off at set times to conserve energy and save on your next bill. Add voice control to any electronic device by pairing with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.
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I don't know what has been changed with the newer versions, but both would drop off the wifi within 24 hours of being connected force me to power them on and off again at which point they would re-connect without issue, only to lose wifi connection within a day again. I tried numerous things to get them working (reseting, altering frequency devices connected to router on, removing all other devices in the house from wifi for a day........) but the issue remained. Amazon exchanged these without any issue, so hoping it was a faulty batch I tried again but had exactly the same issue.
This time I contacted TP-Link technical support who initially were quick at responding. However, after exchanging a few emails which provided nothing in the way of actual support, they referred the issue to their next level of support. After getting no further response for the next three weeks I returned the devices to Amazon for a refund.
Now the issue could be my router, but as every other device (including two other TP-Link smart devices) work without issue, chances are there are issues with the smart plugs. Whether this is a compatibility issue with some routers or I was unlucky with four dodgy devices, I don't know due to the lack of real technical support provided by the manufacturer.
To sum up, the old version is great (Hardware V1, firmware 1.2.5) and has been working perfectly for over a year (hence 2 stars rather than 1). The newer ones (HW V2, firmware 1.5.5), seem to have issues staying connected with wifi. I'm now looking into alternatives that will hopefully prove more reliable and can perhaps see the benefit of a dedicated hub plugged into the router that the devices connect through.