TP-Link Kasa Switches - are they a good way to go?
TP-Link Kasa Switches - are they a good way to go?
TP-Link Kasa Switches - are they a good way to go?
2019-04-10 14:50:29 - last edited 2019-04-11 19:24:06

Hello everyone,,

I recently bought and installed a TP-Link Kasa Switch based on a recommendation. They’re a pretty simple switch, no real bells and whistles aside from the obvious “smart switch”, so I’m thinking of buying https://showbox.bio/ some more to replace where I’ve been using smart bulbs. The thing is, the one I’ve installed so far isn’t a light that sees a ton of use.

All I need https://tutuapp.uno/ them for is turning the lights on and off using Alexa/my phone/the switch itself, so I don’t need much more in terms of features (though if you’d recommend something specific, I’d be interested in hearing it).

So I’m wondering:

  1. Are these a good brand to invest in https://vidmate.vet/ for the rest of my locations? Do you have them and, if so, has your experience been positive enough to recommend?

  2. Is there any reason I should look into a different, more feature-rich switch for what I’m looking for?

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Re:TP-Link Kasa Switches - are they a good way to go?
2019-04-11 06:08:07

There are multiple smart switches, they can switch on/off lights locally/remotely via kasa app, and they can work with alexa and google home. What I think is the TP-link switch is a good choice if you do not need more features, like ring bell. 

 

And I have multiple smart plugs and smart switches. like HS100, HS200; they work perfectly. I can use them to control my house easily. 

 

Lincon wrote

Hello everyone,,

I recently bought and installed a TP-Link Kasa Switch based on a recommendation. They’re a pretty simple switch, no real bells and whistles aside from the obvious “smart switch”, so I’m thinking of buying some more to replace where I’ve been using smart bulbs. The thing is, the one I’ve installed so far isn’t a light that sees a ton of use.

All I need them for is turning the lights on and off using Alexa/my phone/the switch itself, so I don’t need much more in terms of features (though if you’d recommend something specific, I’d be interested in hearing it).

So I’m wondering:

  1. Are these a good brand to invest in for the rest of my locations? Do you have them and, if so, has your experience been positive enough to recommend?

  2. Is there any reason I should look into a different, more feature-rich switch for what I’m looking for?

 

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