KINGMAS Orvibo WiFi Wireless Remote Control Timer Switch Socket Wall Plug – Overview, Tech Specs, Ratings & Reviews

KINGMAS Orvibo WiFi Wireless Remote Control Timer Switch Socket Wall Plug – Overview, Tech Specs, Ratings & Reviews
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Power indicator helps tracking energy spending Support Max 10 timing tasks Support Max 150 WiFi smart socket from one smart phone Easy installation, easy handling and can be activated immediately and stably CE, ROHS, REACH approval Working voltage: AC100~240V Max power: 2200W (resistance loading)... Power indicator helps tracking energy spending Support Max 10 timing tasks Support Max 150 WiFi smart socket from one smart phone Easy installation, easy handling and can be activated immediately and stably CE, ROHS, REACH approval Working voltage: AC100~240V Max power: 2200W (resistance loading)... Did you forget to turn off the window A.C.? How about that curling iron? Want the living room lamp to turn on when the sun goes down—automatically? The Wemo Switch gives you control of your lamps and small appliances whenever you want, wherever you choose, with tons of options for scheduling and...

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I doubted many times before purchasing this item. I have some WEMO devices which cost nearly twice the money. This device has not failed once and connectivity is trouble-free. The best part is that the operating voltage is between 100 and 250 volts which makes it perfect to control the heavy pump of a pool.
ByDino Flores - April 25, 2016
Good
Dino Flores - November 20, 2016
I doubted many times before purchasing this item. I have some WEMO devices which cost nearly twice the money. This device has not failed once and connectivity is trouble-free. The best part is that the operating voltage is between 100 and 250 volts which makes it perfect to control the heavy pump of a pool.
ByDino Flores - April 25, 2016
Good
Dino Flores - November 20, 2016
Ordered the Wemo smart plug on 16 APR 16- (prime shipping, 32.99 + 2.23 tax), installed it in minutes when it arrived.It's been in use for over 5 months at the time of this review (19SEP16).-------------------------------------------------------OVERVIEW: I use this (and several other Wemo devices) with my Echo (aka Alexa!)- which means I only use this device "locally". (I don't have any application where I count on this device to respond to me when I'm abroad.) This Wemo outlet works flawlessly when house-power is stable (See •• below). I have other Wemo devices that I have programmed on/off times of day... my personal application of this switch does not require any daily routines to be programmed.My only interaction with this device is voice commands (e.g. "Alexa, turn TV off").>>The outlet controls the power to the TV. There are times when the TV has been left on and the remote is not within eyesight. Walking through the room I can simply command Alexa to turn off the TV - and walah! for a one-time expense of 40 bucks I have solved the family conflict of "where's the *+=#$*@ remote. (and the buttons on the new TVs are too stealthy for me).The PRO's:Part of the Wemo family- Wemo's simple *but stable* cloud programming allows me to set up times of day to turn my device on or off. Times of day can be absolute (e.g. "11:00 PM- TURN OFF") or can be relative (e.g. "Turn off 30 min after sunset"). Really... if you aren't familiar with Wemo power in your home- read up or just buy a single device to test it out. Simple home automation done affordably well.)The CON's:• Large protrusion from the outlet, bulky on the wall. (As you can see- I gave it 5 stars because I don't care about the bulky protrusion- but this "feature" still exists).•• Doesn't always recover from a power outage. A power outage can be hard on devices, since it's often not a clean drop in line voltage... but more of a "brown out" situation (low voltage still present/not cool for electronic components)- or worse-a surge in power before a brown out. This condition also impacts my wireless router (randomly)- so the inability for the switch to come back online following a power outage is also affected by my router's ability to come back online. In the 5 months I've had this switch I've had to walk over an manually press the reset button on the rear of the device. No biggee- unless I used this device in a remote-control scenario). Again- this feature hasn't diminished my 5 star rating.Net Evaluation= none of the cons take away from why I purchased this device. It's stable, provides lots of flexibility and IS a recommended buy.Would I buy another one? The $40 price tag drives a fair amount of "need" on my part before I'll part with the cash. I've tried other competitors with a slightly lower price, however the cloud support & set up doesn't hold a candle to Wemo.DISCLOSURE: Wemo (nor anyone else) gave me a single nickel to write this review. It's absolutely unbiased- I'm motivated only by the desire to share a good thing with others when I come across it. Happy Automating.....
ByMark - September 19, 2016
I now own 12 of these WeMo switches and they have been working perfectly for the last 6 months, but that wasn't always the case. I got my first WeMo switch before Christmas 3 years ago to control my Christmas lights. Every month or so they would drop off my home network and the WeMo app showed them as "Not Detected". They just quit working. I would have to unplug and plug them back in to get them working again. It was frustrating, but I thought it was a small price to pay for the convenience. I purchased more WeMo switches to control table lamps and my porch Light but the more I had, it seemed the problems go worse. I was resetting these things weekly and sometimes more than once in a day. I wanted to throw them out and customer service didn't have clue.This may be a bit too techy for some people, but this is what I did.One day I had an idea. I know that when a network device has a DHCP assigned IP address, the IP is "leased" and will change once the lease expires (typically 24 hours). I thought "what if I set a static or reserve an IP address in my router that never changes? Voilà, that did the trick!! I haven't had a single problem since, and that was about 6 months ago that I made to change.I would recommend to anyone having problems with these switches, as I was, to try setting a static IP address before giving up. It's not too difficult, and for me it was well worth the 20 minutes that it took.
Mark - October 23, 2016
I like the product does what is advertised. However I get a kick out of the "Amazon Black Friday" deals; it is now 2$ more then what I just paid for it a week ago, Looks like the price actually jumped because it is black Friday....
ByZodar - November 25, 2016

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