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Kasa Smart Plug Mini, Smart Home Wi-Fi Outlet Works with Alexa & Google Home, Wi-Fi Simple Setup, No Hub Required – A Certified for Humans Device…

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Last updated on May 8, 2024 1:30 am Details
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  • Certified for humans: Struggle-free, tinker-free, and stress-free. No patience needed—it’s actually simple.
  • Control from anywhere: Turn electronics on or off from anywhere with your smartphone using the Kasa app (Compatible with Android & iOS)
  • Voice control: Works with Alexa, Google Assistant and Microsoft Cortana supported devices for a hands free experience
  • Compact design: Won’t block the other wall outlet allowing 2 smart plugs to be installed side by side
  • Kasa scenes & schedules: Schedule the smart plug to automatically switch on and off when away or set a scene for controlling many devices with a single button
  • Note: Requires a secured 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi network connection
  • Grouping: Use grouping to combine your smart plug with other Kasa smart devices for seamless control with 1 single tap on your smartphone.

Specification: Kasa Smart Plug Mini, Smart Home Wi-Fi Outlet Works with Alexa & Google Home, Wi-Fi Simple Setup, No Hub Required – A Certified for Humans Device…

Manufacturer

‎TP-Link

Part Number

‎HS105(US)3.3

Item Weight

‎4.6 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎1.5 x 1.6 x 2.6 inches

Item model number

‎HS105(US)3.3

Color

‎White

Style

‎Mini Plug

Pattern

‎Plug Mini

Item Package Quantity

‎1

Number Of Pieces

‎1

Included Components

‎(1) HS105, Quick Start Guide

Batteries Required

‎No

Warranty Description

‎2 year manufacturer

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12 reviews for Kasa Smart Plug Mini, Smart Home Wi-Fi Outlet Works with Alexa & Google Home, Wi-Fi Simple Setup, No Hub Required – A Certified for Humans Device…

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  1. Lui

    There are plenty of other brands out there, but I selected Tp-Link H105 because it’s the most compact version, as in it doesn’t block the other plug hole, and it comes with a great App that is full of features.
    The WiFi in this plug is solid, so it’s great for those times when you need to reset a remote camera, or a light, fan, TV… whatever…
    The scheduler option is great, specially the Dusk and Dawn function, it’s great for lights you want to auto come on at night and off during the day.
    but the most important thing of it all, the H105 is reliable, it always works even when your WiFi is unreliable.
    The Kasa App is easy to use and intuitive, unlike other IoT Apps.
    I’ve had these for several years, then I recently decided to add even more of these plugs because they work so well.

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  2. Frodo-dog

    First off its huge, it only has one outlet\plug but is a monster.
    Second, you have to download yet another app supposedly to manage just this one huge outlet hogger. I haven’t seen anything else that this app could use to make it worth taking up the space on my phone
    Third is its expensive compared to competitors.

    I have no idea what Amazon pushes this when really don’t waste your money Get a belkin \ wemo that can manage everything in your house and don’t waste your time trying to download yet another app for a single monster of a plug.

    So I didn’t set it up to test it, but I have belkin that work great, so didn’t want to waste my time and effort on this.

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  3. BERNARDO GOMEZ JUAREZ

    Practica

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  4. Globemaster 3

    This thing IS NOT an amazon plug. It requires you to download a third party Vietnamese app, give it access to all your information and location. The outlets took over 10 minutes to connect and then require you to use a third party app to use. The whole point of having this capability is so I don’t have to use multiple apps.

    I’ve always purchased the AMAZON plugs as $5 add-ons with other Amazon purchases. I’m not sure why but they sent me this piece of junk instead of actual AMAZON plug.

    Don’t waste your time. It’s not the same.

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  5. Uncle Sam

    I am updating this rating from the poor rating I gave before. I ended up purchasing a new router and reset my two Kasa smart plugs. They are now working again. I will monitor them for a month or so and if they still work will review my overall rating again.

    Set up device and it worked fine for a month. Then it stopped working. Called Kasa support and ran their trouble shooting advice many times nothing worked. The lights on the device were not working per the device specs. Finally I was told to contact my internet provider to reset my modem. However, all our other home devices work fine including another TP-Link mini plug. Therefore, I am hesitant to reset my modem. I asked for a replacement as I am still well within the warranty period. Tp-Link refused to honor the warranty. Instead, I will just stop using this device and not purchase other TP-link products. It is my opinion that this is a bad product backed by a poor company.

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  6. dave o

    I spent 3 hours trying to get alexa to find this plug AFTER it was set up and functioning with the KASA app. After doing some time searching the internet and the KASA forums i found MANY MANY posts that the new app and/or firmware do not allow the plug to be placed in anything other than “local use” mode. Previous versions could be toggled to remote usage and then it would be discovered by Alexa. That option is NOT in the latest KASA app. This appears to be a new glitch with most posts starting March 2019. There is no fix at this time. (Yes i downloaded the latest firmware/software). My greatest frustration is with Amazon listing this as an “Amazons Choice” item… but I guess that is just because they must be paid a promotion by the company. I have a number of the Amazon branded smart plugs that all set up easily and continue to work like a charm.

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  7. Ed Averill

    This looked like a great idea.. just plug it in, hook up to Alexa, and I’m good to go!

    WRONG!

    First, I’m vision-impaired. Using my browsers magnification and Windows Magnifier I can do anything on the laptop.

    But the gene-damaged incompetents at TP-Link force you to install an app on your smartphone.. which I can barely see to use – and hook up the device, set up an account, and everything from there. I’m still waiting on my account activation email after spending an hour trying to set up an account!

    Screw this pathetic piece of misbegotten, pathetically-designed and horribly implemented trash heap of a product.

    And ‘compatible with Alexa’? Well, she did her best to help me, so no dings on Amazon for this one. TP-Link bears every iota of blame for this abortion of a product.

    I’m blogging about this, and it’s going on Facebook. Nobody should have to deal with all this crap just to use a product. I had both my Dots working in less than 10 minutes with zero heartburn!

    And don’t bother emailing me, TP-Link. I’ll delete anything you send, you’ve twasted enough of my precious time as is. Your entire dev team deserves a punch in their collective noses!

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  8. Mauricio Hernandez Garcia

    Sirvió por una semana y ahora se desconfigura una vez cada dos días, por lo que se vuelve prácticamente inútil

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  9. David

    I have had the same plug (bought at Staples) in use for over 3 years. Lasts a long time. Never looses connection to the home network

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  10. Paul E Bahre

    Not that it doesn’t work or that it does, I have no idea if it works or not. I got it bundled with the Dot and I keep looking at it and wondering what I should plug into it. Honestly I have no clue what I should plug into it. I can see well at night and don’t need to plug it into a lamp. If I plugged it into a TV or computer I would still have to turn those only manually. I’m not about to become the clapper commercial so I really don’t know what all the cost is worthy of the very expensive plug. I think that is half the problem I paid so much for the plug I’m not thinking that I don’t have anything that is plug worthy. Maybe I’ll just put the stupid thing on Craigslist or Ebay. I don’t really see the need for this thing. The only thing I can think of is a lamp and have the light come on when it gets dark out or when I’m out of town so it looks like someone is home but I don’t know. I have close neighbors who keep tabs on my house so I don’t know. I would plug it in the radio but I have the echo dots that can wake me up with music that I actually want to listen to. I also have an echo that I can use as an alarm clock even though I have never used an alarm clock. I know when I need to wake up and I wake up at the appointed time. Maybe someone in Amazon land can give me an idea what is expensive plug worthy of the expensive plug.

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  11. Don

    If you are buying this to work with Alexa, you should know That you are going to have to setup a second account with Kasa that then enables you to connect it to Alexa.

    It also uses an old school method of requiring you to use your cell phone to use WIFI to directly connect to the device during configuration to set it up to talk with your hone WiFi network.

    I’m an IT guy so while this stuff comes easily to me, the setup failed several times until I restarted the device. The setup process is painfully slow compared to the Alexa devices. You might want to buy the Amazon smart plug instead. This purchase was a promo one or I would likely have purchased the Alexa plug to avoid multiple online accounts.

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  12. Amazon Customer

    Easy set up

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