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TP-Link HS100 Smart Plug 2 for $40 + Delivery (Free C&C) @ The Good Guys

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Purchase two TP-link HS100 smart plugs in the same transaction for $40 @ the goodguys

Seems to be the cheapest price right now and a great deal if you need more than one! Should also be available instore and online :)

Don’t forget Cashback!
You may also be able to try price beat from Officeworks or Bunnings if they have them in stock.

Enjoy!

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  • +13 votes

    Or alternatively you can buy it from goodguys ebay today if you only need one. Current price is $24 and with 20%off today it will bring it down to $19.2 each

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    For sure if you go to Officworks you should get 5% off.

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    Just ordered 2 of these from amazon for $28 each! Haven’t even received them yet and Amazon has dropped the price to $24. Is it easy to get the price difference refunded?

    • +1 vote

      Has the item been shipped yet ? If it has not, you should be able to cancel it from your account.

    • +3 votes

      Are you sure you didn't buy the other model with energy monitoring. They look same but different.

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        this is the model i bought, HS100. It has power monitoring in the app. What do you mean about another model sorry?

        • +2 votes

          HS100 doesn't have power monitoring - HS110 does

          HS100
          HS110

          They basically look the same with the Energy monitoring the only difference from what I can tell

          • +1 vote

            @urbancartel: oh blimey, you're right! Just looked back at my orders and mine are all the HS110. Thanks for the clarification and hopefully this thread helps someone else too. the energy monitoring is quite interesting and useful for tracking battery charger performance, avg power usage of devices that fluctuate a lot etc.

    • +1 vote

      Pretty sure HS110 has been $28 - HS100 $24

      Yours will have energy monitoring 👍

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    I decided on the Meross with wifi monitoring.

    I got 8 for $18.37 each with cash rewards via Amazon.

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/463679

    If it was the 110 model for this price i would be over it.

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    Sonoff equivalent, $11.07 plus GST and postage.
    Not necessarily much cheaper and you have to wait a couple of weeks, but in my opinion the better product, especially if you want to tinker with it.

    https://www.itead.cc/sonoff-s26-wifi-smart-plug.html

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    Still don't get the practical use for this. I understand what it does but can't find any application around my place.

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      We use them to toggle a powerboard that has our tv, media pc, speakers etc. Also to turn a bedside lamp on/off that can't use a smart bulb due to its size.

      • +1 vote

        If you have these to save standby power depending on your appliances you're potently using more power with a device like this than without.

        These use 3.68 watts.

        A TV that's turned off needs to draw 0.3 watts or less to comply with EU legislation so if you are only using this on something like a TV and DVD player then you are using more power than you would if you didn't have the switch

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          The main reason for the TV one is that it can turn the TV on and off with only my voice. I also don't have to shut down the computer, just ungracefully cut the power.

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        I use Logitech remote to power everything on/off with a single button press.
        It's not a hassle since still need the remote to navigate once it's on anyway.

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      I'm currently using one to toggle on/off a fan heater for a kitten nursery room. 15 mins on per hour ensures they don't get too cold at night.

      Another one turns on a heater in the bathroom 10 minutes before my alarm goes off in the morning.

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      I use Sonoffs, which are a different form factor, but do essentially the same thing. I've got them on the cat beds (they sleep in the garage and it's getting close to freezing), so they're scheduled to turn on at 8pm and turn off at 6am. I'm thinking of getting a Sonoff TH for this though, so I can also make it temperature dependent.
      I've got them on a number of light switches, on the garage door (my remote sucks and now google home can open and close the garage).
      Thinking of putting one on my electric blanket, on a heater in the car (again, frost and scraping the windshield at 6am isn't fun).
      There are a tonne of applications! But having said that, they aren't for everyone.

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      Our microwave was faulty and leaked a shit load of power. Cost us 100s

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      I use them to turn on/off my fans, lamps, kitchen splash back lights and wardrobe lights. A lot of my lamps have a special bulb that can’t be replaced (or just not aesthetically nice) with a smart bulb.

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    Do you think JB would price match? I got some of their gift cards…

  • +1 vote

    Just bought 2 at Bunnings for $36, price beat. Sweet.

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    Bunnings in Albury refused to price beat, because it was a multi-buy.

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      I had no problem to get them to accept it, but you do now have it even cheaper single for $19.20 on GG site, will be even cheaper with the price beat.

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    "Sorry, we can’t seem to find the page you’re looking for."

    OzBargained! I'm too late :(

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