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Tenda Beli Smart Plug Mini SP3 $11 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ HT via Amazon AU

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This is a non energy monitoring version.

Works with Alexa Echo & Google Assistant, Reliable WiFi Connection, WiFi Enabled Smart Phone App, No Hub Required, AU Plug

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  • +1 vote

    I have got 4 of these. Works great. Can be associated with google home too.

  • +2 votes

    Thanks OP. I dun need energy monitoring. Will be my first wifi smart plug

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      Had it for a few days now. Working well so far. Set it up with both google and Alexa. No issues.

  • -1 vote

    Does this have coil whine?

    Inb4 TP-Link shills defend their crap products.

  • +8 votes

    I was happy to pay $11, but now it seems to be $12.95 and I am no longer happy 🙄

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      I wish it only took $1.95 to make me happy.

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    Will it work with an Echo

  • +3 votes

    I had issues with registering the device i had (fixed now) the support guy was a mobile and handled the matter quite well. He realised it was server issue and thanked me with my troubleshooting and said he'll buy me a $30 coles gift card.. i asked him for an Mw3 unit instead which he happily sent via express post.

    True story!

    I also recommend this at $11

  • +2 votes

    Showing $12.95 ?

    Thats a huge increase in the Ozbargain world ;-)

  • -1 vote

    No HomeKit.

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      ProprietaryKit

      • -1 vote

        Most Australian young people use iPhones. Near 9 in 10 US teens use iPhone. So it’s more like UbiquityKit.

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          Just over 50% is barely most.

        • -1 vote

          I’d just like to interject for a moment. What you’re referring to as iOS, is in fact, FreeBSD/iOS, or as I’ve recently taken to calling it, FreeBSD plus iOS. iOS is not an operating system unto itself, but rather a proprietary component of a fully functioning FreeBSD system made useful by the FreeBSD corelibs, shell utilities and vital system components comprising a full OS as defined by POSIX.

          It a proprietary system, nor is it ubiquitous if it was you wouldn't be complaining this hardware is missing it.

          Do you even know what proprietary means?

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        A lot of bother to save a few bucks.

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    $12.95 for me too. Missed out

  • +1 vote

    Seems like all the $11 stock from Harris Tech has been snapped up

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    Is 12.95 still cheap for this plug

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      Depends how much $1.95 means to you :)

      • +2 votes

        It's not about the $1.95, it's about knowing you didn't get the best deal

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    Thanks I'll still grab 2

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      What happens if you plug one into the other? 🤯

  • +1 vote

    Returning mine. Could setup just fine, but no power was being passed through…

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      same happened for me too :-/ Waste of time

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    Guys I need one where the timer schedule is on the plug itself, so turning back on does not rely on WiFi / data. As the device I intend to use a smart plug on is for the WiFi router as my Optus free router gateway does not do scheduled on/off in the software config.

    Can anyone suggest the brand and model where the smart plug can turn back on without WiFi/data ?

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    Kind of copying TP-Link.

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    I bought 2, and they arrived the other day, but only one of them worked. I pulled apart the other one, and cold solder joints, solder blobs, and a broken pin on one of the relays. I fixed it, but it's utter garbage. I see online that other people have had the same issues. Don't waste your money; the QC seems to be non-existent.