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[VIC, NSW, ACT, TAS] TP-Link KASA (KP303) Smart Wi-Fi Power Board $25 + Shipping / Pickup @ Bunnings Warehouse (Select Stores)

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I saw the deal at Bing was expired so I did a quick search and found that Bunnings are offering them at $25. Bought 2, then posted for everyone.

Edit: price might vary from store to store. I bought it from Springvale, VIC

Edit 2: prices have gone up for all states except Victoria

Edit3: most stores have updated pricing or are out of stock. Check in or call your nearest store to get more updated information. A post from a member in Ashfield said the price dropped from ~$45 to $25 when they scanned the item at the checkout counter.

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  • +1 vote

    Thank you op. After missing out the Bing, I’ve checked other retailers for bargain but no store was selling at this price.
    Finally bought two. 👍

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      Just got a call from Bunnings that of 2 ordered they have only 1 and refunded for the other.
      Very poor form of online biz that Bunnings doing.

  • +5 votes

    Why am i seeing 44.96? anyone else? any specific store?

    • +2 votes

      same here

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      The website says $25 for me, I bought it online from the Springvale store in Victoria.

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        Yeah, seems to be specific stores!

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          Thats strange, I thought they would have a national price but I guess not

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      That happened to me when I was accidentally logged into Powerpass.

      EDIT: Looks like it's linked to stores rather than this.

    • +2 votes

      $44.96 for all stores on the Gold Coast and northern NSW

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        was 25 for gold coast, after i find my giftcard, it's back to 44.96

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      same here

    • +3 votes

      It was $25 for me when I clicked the link direct from here. When I signed into my bunnings trade account it was showing up 44.96. When I tried coming back here and clicking the link it was showing up 44.96. Maybe try copy/pasting the link into a incognito browser page and see how you go?

      **edit - I was able to buy for $25 using guest checkout

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    TP-Link 3-Outlets + 2 USB Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Power Strip
    I/N: 0215659

    $44.96

  • +1 vote

    I bought 2, $25 ea

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    Needing some ideas, which appliances would u connect to a smart powerboard?

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      Aircon and a smart thermo? Tv? Coffee machine maybe? It may be better to have individual smart plugs for them though.

    • +1 vote

      For me it's used for items that you can't easily get to the powerpoint for. E.g. lamps, accent lighting, lights that need schedules (aquariums/plants). So many possibilities.

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      Is there a way to set timer using Kasa’s automation? Ie to ask Alexa to turn off electric blanket after 30 minutes of usage?

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        Yes you can set timers in the App, but you may not be able to do so via Alexa without setting up something more convoluted.

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        i have no idea, but would ifttt work?

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      I've got lights, LED level meters, Lego, electric blankets and phone charger connected to my new smart powerboards.

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    so even the smart part is individually controllable?

    • +5 votes

      3 Smart Outlets + 2 USB Ports – Supports 5 appliances simultaneously with 3 independently controllable smart outlets and 2 always-on USB ports. Ideal for charging devices in the home and office.

    • +1 vote

      Every one of the 3 plugs can be controlled individually

  • +1 vote

    Bayswater has them at $25.

    • +2 votes

      Bayswater, WA?

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        Definitely not. Nowhere in WA has this at OP's price.

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          most retails do not love WA. WAxit

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        Bayswater, Vic

  • +2 votes

    Can’t think of why I would need these haha must refrain from buying !

  • +1 vote

    Thanks op. Just ordered one for $25 as well.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP! Got one.

  • +2 votes

    SA is still $45

  • +1 vote

    Oh I thought was Eofy deal, apparently on OZB now! I priced matched earlier today at JBHIFI. Try. Used Nunawarding Bunnings store. Show them.

  • +1 vote

    Got 2 thanks OP. Was checking out at local store in NSW and suddenly went OS

    • +4 votes

      suddenly went OS

      Suddenly went overseas?

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    Does anyone know how good the surge protection is?

  • +1 vote

    In stock in ACT

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    Can confirm it shows as $25 Lidcombe NSW 2141 and Gladesville NSW 2111

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      Not anymore for Gladesville. It's gone back up :-(

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    Online price changed to $44

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    Same price in TAS.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks! Available Wollongong and Shellharbour NSW for $25

  • -1 vote

    Ok so what you do is, pick a store that has it for $25
    Then select delivery.
    And pay the delivery fee of $10

    • +1 vote

      but then its $35. Defeats the purpose of this being a bargain

      • +1 vote

        if you buy 2x then its $60 so $30 each.
        if you buy infinity then it is $25.0000000…1 each.

        you just need to buy more.

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          A real ozbargainer wouldn't pay the extra $0.0000000…1 each.

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    $44.96 in SA

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      Same :(

  • +1 vote

    just bought one from Vermont South in VIC at $25. THX!

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      You must have got the last one. Vermont is oos

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    Can I connect an EV granny charger to this and set a timer for when to charge?

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      I used to do this for my Nissan leaf. Worked really well. I used a single port plug though. Be careful putting anything else on when charging the car as you might overload the breaker/socket/power board.

  • +1 vote

    Springvale said they don't actually have the stock and they were sold a while ago. Will be getting a refund.

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      The website still says it's in stock. Maybe they just sold out?

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        They said the stock reading was wrong and they've already been sold out.

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          Ah ok, that's unlucky. Thanks for sharing.

  • +1 vote

    Looks like it is ozbargained in my area 2205

    • -4 votes

      Ordered 10x25 off bunnings trade. Hopefully they will order some more stocks

  • +1 vote

    I just bought 2 at 25.00ea

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    After the Bing Lee deal I checked and it definitely was showing $44.96, it is still showing $44.96 for me (NSW)

  • +1 vote

    Still some in stock in Fyshwick for those in ACT @ $25.

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    Discount not available at any WA store.

  • +2 votes

    Ah crap. Was in stock and in my Basket but went to PC to Log into my account, By the time I did that, it went out of stock. Stupid. I should have just checked out as Guest on my tablet. Live and Learn……….one has to be quick. Ha!

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    Note, to turn off all plugs at once, you have to set the board up as a scene.

    Widgets only enable individual plug switching off

  • +1 vote

    Just grabbed a couple to click and collect at the Wollongong store. Thanks.

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    Nearest store with stock doesn't deliver :(

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    Showing stock in Gladesville, Caringbah, Kirrawee, Tuggerah, Lake Haven, Morisset, Kembla Grange, Shellharbour, Bennett's Green, Glendale, Mittagong, Kotara & Wallsend. That's as much as Bunnings will show me.

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      Gladesville shows 44.96

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        Ah!

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      $45 at gladesville though

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      Kembla Grange is full price but Shellharbour has them for $25. No stock at any of the other Wollongong area stores anymore tho.

  • -1 vote

    If you placed order for click and collect from a store but now if this store is showing ops, does it mean you will receive cancellation?

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    Anyone find that when you have found two at a store and choose to get it delivered, it ends up reverting to the closest store once you put the delivery address in and it goes back to full price?

  • -1 vote

    This is useless for devices that require additional key/button interactions after switching on

    • +1 vote

      Well yes, hence one would not buy for that purpose or those devices………unless one wanted to turn off the power for those devices to save sitting in standby etc.

  • +1 vote

    Checked two dozen stores around Melbourne but none for $25

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    Can we pick up during lockdown?

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      nvm, out of stock everywhere.

  • +3 votes

    Amazon AU has price-matched Out of stock Back Order

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      Amazon AU now out of stock

      • +1 vote

        Available on back-order at Amazon AU

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          sorry what do you mean by this? it says its only available from 3rd party sellers at full price or higher.

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            @sammyla: It expired now. Was available for back order for $25 at time of comment.

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    Just bought two for $50 @ Port Stephens NSW

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    I see it at $44.96

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    For those of you not nearby a Bunnings store with them in stock, you can have them delivered for $10 or consider this one with 4 outlets but no USB for $20.97:

    https://www.bunnings.com.au/arlec-grid-connect-smart-4-outle...

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      Indeed, and have 4 ports.
      Not seeing any manual on/off buttons next to each socket on that board (TPlinks do)……unless not showing in pic?. That's a must for myself. Might suit some though.

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        All sockets turn on and off together on that one.

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    These use around 10 W of power all the time I believe, something to consider as 24/7 it's adds up.

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      Thanks for the heads up and good to know. Glad I missed out so as it's about the same as what single WiFi plugs are i.e. they run at around 3 W each.
      So unless one was using all x3 sockets at the same time, it would be more economical (powerwise) to have individual WiFi plugs plugged into a normal power board (which is what I currently do). Hope that made sense!

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      Where did you find this info? I am curious to find out, I searched TP Link website for specification, it says 10A output, but did not find anywhere 10W