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Yes it does but if u have good internet n a good router there r no issues. I'm happy with my purchases
John Roe
· 20 August 2020
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Yes!
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I’m in Australia and they don’t block the second PowerPoint on a double PowerPoint. You can still get a normal plug in the second point but not another topersun Wi-Fi plug or the transformer type plugs
lester
· 3 December 2019
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Make sure your connection is 2.4ghz and not your 5ghz network. You might have also reached the maximum limit of devices on your router. Alternatively try connecting when the socket is in the same room as the router in case it's a distance issue.
John
· 3 July 2019
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No!
Incandescence or LED are fine!

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Yes, I bought a pair and they work fine.
perryr
· 19 November 2019
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I think you can through the smart life app Which is used to control it but haven’t tried it. Download the Smart life app and have a look
lester
· 24 July 2020
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have you downloaded the app if so I went to devices in my Alexa app and on mobile phone and clicked on the more button and when the menu came up I clicked on Add Device and let Alexa find the app and download to Alexa
Ken
· 17 August 2020
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This is more for switching on lamps, battery charges, garden lights (if switch out of the rain), computers etc. You wouldn’t use this on a kettle or toaster. Obviously you need to be at the toaster to put the bread in & push it down, so it would be pointless having it in a switch like this. You can buy smart kettles if… see more This is more for switching on lamps, battery charges, garden lights (if switch out of the rain), computers etc. You wouldn’t use this on a kettle or toaster. Obviously you need to be at the toaster to put the bread in & push it down, so it would be pointless having it in a switch like this. You can buy smart kettles if you want one that you can switch on remotely. See less This is more for switching on lamps, battery charges, garden lights (if switch out of the rain), computers etc. You wouldn’t use this on a kettle or toaster. Obviously you need to be at the toaster to put the bread in & push it down, so it would be pointless having it in a switch like this. You can buy smart kettles if you want one that you can switch on remotely.
Dean
· 28 October 2019
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yes the relay is audible
Symonty
· 2 June 2019