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Wemo Mini Smart Plug, WiFi Enabled, Works with Alexa, Google Assistant & Apple HomeKit

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  • Control from anywhere. Plug in a WeMo Mini Smart Plug, download the free app, and control your lights and appliances from your phone and your voice through Alexa, Google Assistant and Apple Home Kit. Only needs Wi Fi. No hub or subscription required
  • Compact size. WeMo Mini features a sleek new form factor that allows you to stack two Mini Smart Plugs in the same outlet. Minimum System Requirements Wi Fi router, Android 4.1 or higher, iOS 9 or higher
  • Schedule automatically. Never come home to a dark house. Schedule the fan to turn on before you arrive. Sync lamps and devices to sunrise, sunset, or preset times automatically. Note: Refer to the PDF attached below in Technical Specification for Manual and Troubleshooting Steps
  • Randomize Lights. The Mini Smart Plug protects your home better than a mechanical timer. “Away Mode” will turn your lights on and off randomly to make it look like you’re home even when you’re not. Electrical Rating: 120V /15A/60Hz/1800W
  • Voice control with Alexa, the Google Assistant and Apple Home Kit. Pair with voice built in devices like Apple Home pod or Google Home and control your lights and appliances with your voice
  • WeMo works with Apple Home Kit automatically. Download the latest version of the WeMo App and follow the steps to connect your WeMo Mini connected devices to the Apple Home app. Wi-Fi: 2.4GHz 801.11n
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  • Wemo Mini Smart Plug
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    Wemo Mini

    Wemo Mini

    The Wemo Mini WiFi Smart Plug uses your existing home Wi-Fi network to provide wireless control of your lights and appliances. No subscription or hub is required: simply plug Wemo Mini into an electrical outlet, connect a device to the Smart Plug, and wirelessly control your device using a tablet or phone. Using the free Wemo app, you can turn your devices on and off and set worry-free schedules from anywhere in the world.

    Wemo Mini

    Wemo Mini

    Easy-Setup

    Easy-Setup

    Wemo Mini

    Supports high power appliances

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    Mini Insight Switch Light Switch 3-Way Dimmer Light Switch
    WiFi Enabled + Control From Anywhere
    Works with Voice
    Away Mode
    Night Mode
    Set Schedules/Timers
    Energy Monitoring
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    Control In-Wall Lights/Fans On/Off Dimmable On/Off
    No Hub Required
    3-Way Comptaible

    Product Description

    Featuring a sleek new form-factor that allows you to stack two Mini Smart Plugs in the same outlet, the WeMo Mini gives you control of your lights and small appliances whenever you want, wherever you choose, with tons of options for scheduling and automation. Paired with Amazon Alexa, you can control your lamps and appliances with just the power of your voice. When WeMo works with Nest Thermostat, you can set your lights to turn off automatically when you leave the house.

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    4.1 out of 5 stars
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    Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on May 17, 2019
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    Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on August 5, 2018
    Style: Mini Smart PlugPattern Name: Smart PlugVerified Purchase
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    4.0 out of 5 stars Now works with HomeKit without needing the WeMo hub
    By Homekit News and Reviews on August 4, 2018
    As many reading this a probably aware by now, WeMo recently announced that their Mini Smart Plug was the first ostensibly non-HomeKit compatible device to gain HomeKit compatibility, via the new Software Authentication protocol. Intrigued by this, I decided a purchase was in order, despite the fact that I’ve already got quite a few smart plugs to spare.

    If you’ve read my previous reviews, you’ll be aware that I put a lot of stock into presentation (the packaging basically), and on this count I would say that WeMo have delivered admirably. As with many of the current manufacturers of smart devices, the container that the smart plug came in was super sturdy, being made of a thick recycled (?) cardboard, enclosed in a green and white outer sleeve. Green seems to be the colour of choice these days, with iHome and Vocolinc both also opting for this colour scheme. Whether this is an effort to imbue their products with some form of ‘eco-friendliness’ I’m not sure, but it certainly works on an aesthetic level.

    Once you’ve taken off the outer sleeve, you can really see that WeMo have gone the extra mile, with a lovely design on the inside of the carton – something you’d only see once you had already purchased the product, so this isn’t just to entice you, it’s to encourage and excite you into taking WeMo seriously, in that they think about the smaller details.

    After you’ve open the box fully to reveal the smart plug itself, you can see that it’s housed nicely within the centre of the box, giving it little chance to move around and potentially get damaged. There’s an included manual to help with quick setup along with any problems you might have with the plug, in the form of a list of troubleshooting tips.

    At the end of the day, of all the categories of smart devices, smart plugs offer the most choice, and while some can do small things that others can’t do (like monitor electricity usage for example), they all basically do the same job of turning a ‘dumb’ device on or off, giving said device some level of automation. This device is no different to any of those in that basic respect. It’s fairly slim, or wide, depending on how you look at it, but being this slim it does offer the advantage of not taking up more than one wall socket, which in turn means that it can be stacked with another WeMo smart plug quite comfortably.

    The design of the plug itself is quite unassuming, which would lend itself to blending into a typical, mainly white kitchen. Simple branding aside, the only other thing on the front is a rather convenient on/off switch, with a small LED that lights up in white, when there’s power going to the plug. Going back briefly to its dimensions, while it’s not quite as slim as the iHome iSPX6, it comes close, although it is slightly taller. it does beat out the iDevices Switch in the ‘skinny’ department, but once again it is wider/taller, so it really is down to the individual as to what works for them.

    Onto the setup: As this device isn’t a ‘straight-out-the-box’ HomeKit product, with no HomeKit code provided – or even needed – the procedure was a little bit more involved; not necessarily complicated, but a little long-winded nonetheless. First off, you need to download the WeMo app to get things started. Once the app is downloaded and running, you simply plug the device into an outlet and let the app guide you through the process of initially setting it up to work with the WeMo app. Interestingly, even though the setup process for getting it to integrate with HomeKit comes later, the first thing you’re asked on opening the WeMo app is access to your ‘Home Data’, meaning your current Apple Home data. Once you’ve okayed this, you choose which device you want to set up, you’re then presented with a few tips as to setup process itself. This involves connecting your iPhone or iPad to the wi-fi signal of the plug itself in order to exchange you home wi-fi network settings. Once all that’s ‘in the bag’, the app will attempt to connect to the device itself, which in my case took a little bit of time.

    It eventually spots the plug and asks you to name the device (if you so wish – I stuck with ‘Wemo Mini’). You’ll then be prompted to provide an email address to complete the process before it proceeds to finally connect directly to your home network. After that is complete, you then get to choose whether you’d like it to send you notifications.

    As I already mentioned, this was a lengthy, if straightforward process, but once you’re at this point, you’ll see the smart plug show up as a device that can now be programmed or controlled within the WeMo app. Chances are that there will be at least one, if not two firmware updates awaiting you. One of these will be for the plug itself, which is reassuring to know that kinks are spotted and ironed out by way of these updates. The other is to enable the plug to work with HomeKit, which is the whole reason this is being reviewed of course! Once you’ve updated the firmware, you’ll finally get to the section that allows for HomeKit connectivity. You’re given options for connecting the plug to IFTTT, Nest, Alexa and finally, the Apple Home App. Google isn’t on this list for some reason, but you can connect to Google assistant via the Google Home app.

    We’re on the home straight now, so it’s just connecting the plug to the Home app, which in most respects appears in the same way it would if you were adding a standard HomeKit compatible device, minus the part where you have to scan a code.

    From here on in, like with a standard install, it’s simply a case of choosing which room the plug resides in, whether it appears as a Light, Powerpoint or Fan, and whether you wish to add it to your favourites. It will then appear in your standard Home app, along with any 3rd party apps you may use.

    I’ve only been using it for about 24 hours, and so far I’ve found it to be as responsive as all my other plugs, with no real sign of extra lag from touching the tile in the app, to the corresponding on or off. The device itself emits a small ‘click’ when it’s turned on or off (which may be good for some and terrible for others), and the LED above the physical switch turns white or turns off respectively.

    As previously stated, it does work with other platforms, and while it isn’t compatible with Wink, unlike the aforementioned iHome smart plug, it does have IFTTT, which may actually be of more use.

    After setting the device up, I unplugged it from mains power briefly, to see if it would reconnect without any issues, and it did reconnect after about a minute or so. However, I did a second test, where I left it disconnected overnight, and on this occasion it took a full uninstall and reinstallation to get it back to where I had it, which in fact took two attempts, with the first take managing to somehow render the physical button unresponsive. A second full reset solved the issue and once I’d gone through the lengthy installation process again, it was all good.

    In my final assessment, it’s great to see how devices are going to work with the new Software Authentication process, and I’m hoping that when other manufacturers do get on board, the set up isn’t as long as this one was, even though I can see that most steps seemed to be necessary. However, there are a ton of choices for smart plugs out there, and while this device is a little cheaper than many of them, you do find some good deals occasionally, which essentially boils this down to just another smart plug.

    Pros
    slim, so easy to stack with another of these if needed
    relatively cheap
    good support from a reputable company

    Cons
    long-winded set up process
    not great at remembering settings if left unplugged
    Still, I’d recommend it for those on a budget who also don’t want to obscure two wall outlets with one plug.
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    steodatus
    1.0 out of 5 stars the wemo application just does not work
    Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on December 8, 2019
    Style: Mini Smart Plug 3-PackPattern Name: Mini Smart PlugVerified Purchase
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    ChrisN
    5.0 out of 5 stars Works great with google home and IFTTT
    Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on April 24, 2018
    Style: Mini Smart Plug 3-PackPattern Name: Mini Smart PlugVerified Purchase
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Works great with google home and IFTTT
    Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on April 24, 2018
    I have google Home setup in my house and the Wemo Mini smart Plug works very well with it.
    Setting it up was easy, but I found that when I added them separately to google home, I had to remove the previously installed one and do them all at the same time. Not sure why (I didn't plug them in all at once because I wasn't sure where to put the third one).
    When you plug them in for the first time, on your smart phone, switch to the Wemo wireless network that shows up (you'll get a warning that you have no internet connectivity, but that's ok, ignore that). Then, start up the Wemo app and it will take care of things for you. It was quite simple to set up. You can then set the plugs on any schedule you want, give them a name, control them remotely etc... It's home automation at your fingertips
    I did the same thing for the Wemo light switch.
    Through google home I can now say "turn on living room light" and it will turn the switch on. The one drawback is that if the mini switch is off, you can't control the light from the built in light switch of the actual light. But it's great to have on a schedule, say turn on switch at 8pm and turn it off at 1:30am; When the lights go out it's a great reminder, if you get carried away watching too many episodes of Breaking Bad, that it's time for bed.
    I've also set up applets through IFTTT to (for example) receive a text message whenever the light switch is turned on (or Wemo mini switch button is pressed) although the delay is unacceptable if you want to know in real time. IFTTT notification sometimes shows up 15 minutes late, as can the text message.
    I attached a pic of what it looks like in your google home app and how it shows up in the Wemo app and also some options in the Wemo app.
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    Jm32
    4.0 out of 5 stars Bueno
    Reviewed in Mexico 🇲🇽 on February 10, 2018
    Style: Mini Smart PlugPattern Name: Smart PlugVerified Purchase
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    DanoD
    3.0 out of 5 stars Would not connect or be recognized by the Wemo app
    Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on April 29, 2022
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    Alan T
    1.0 out of 5 stars Fail to Respond to Alexa Voice Commands
    Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on April 1, 2018
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