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Kasa Smart Plug Mini, Works with Alexa

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  • Voice control compatible with Alexa and Google Home Assistant
  • Easy setup using 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connection
  • Scheduling feature for setting timer or countdown schedules
  • Control outlets from anywhere via smartphone using Kasa app
  • Trusted and reliable with over 6 Million users
  • UL certified for safety use
  • 2-year warranty included

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Kasa Smart Plug Mini, Works with Alexa
Kasa Smart Plug Mini, Works with Alexa

Original price was: $9.99.Current price is: $7.99.


The Kasa Smart Plug Ultra Mini 15A is a versatile smart home device that offers convenient control over your electronic appliances. With compatibility with Alexa, Google Home, and IFTTT, this smart plug provides seamless integration into your smart home ecosystem.

Voice Control

Enjoy the luxury of controlling your home appliances with just your voice through Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant. With the Kasa smart plug, you can easily turn devices on or off without lifting a finger.

Easy Setup and Use

The Kasa Smart Plug requires a 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connection for setup. Simply plug it in, download the Kasa app, and follow the user-friendly instructions to start using your smart plug in minutes.


Take advantage of timer or countdown schedules to automate the operation of your electronic appliances. Set your smart plug to turn on and off at specific times, perfect for controlling lights, fans, or other devices even when you’re not at home.

Smart Outlet Control from Anywhere

Control your devices remotely from anywhere using the Kasa app on your smartphone. Whether you’re at home, at work, or on vacation, you can easily manage your appliances with a tap on your phone.

Trusted and Reliable

Kasa is a trusted brand with over 6 million users and recognized as the Reader’s Choice of PCMag 2020. Rest assured with UL certification for safety and a 2-year warranty, providing peace of mind for your smart home setup.

Upgrade your home with the Kasa Smart Plug Mini and experience the convenience of smart home technology at your fingertips.

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  1. mario joyal

    Todo lo que sea TP-Link es garantía. No sabía de la existencia de la marca Kasa y Tapo para Smartplugs, pero sospecho que empezaré a reemplazar todos mis smartplugs por estas marcas. Los de amazon salen buenos, pero son más caros y yo percibo un ruido bastante molestos cuando están apagados. Estos no.

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  2. Kaidesa

    More and more I’ve been finding myself surprised by TP-Link and their smart-home offerings. This is no different. The plug is easy to set up and has energy monitoring, which is the draw here.

    For a small and easy to use smart plug, this thing has been fantastic for my smart home automation flow. It integrates super easily with voice assistants, but more importantly? It works with Home Assistant, with energy monitoring included.

    Unlike most other smart plugs, I just shoved this thing, set it up in my app, and was on my way. It was picked up by the appropriate devices and, with little to no setup effort, was working wonderfully. Not at all disappointed with my purchase.

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  3. Jesús Campos Rivera

    The TP-Link Kasa KP115 smart plug with energy monitoring is a beautifully designed product. Unlike the smart switches from “Top Greener”, the KP115 retains its ON/OFF setting over a power failure, whereas the Top Greener always comes back to life in OFF state. What a disaster if you are connected to a fridge or freezer! I wish the KP115 provided more useful energy data, such as plotting the energy consumption over time, and not just the minimalist information provided. But the product is high quality and well designed.

    Also, the vendor, Hot Deals 4 Less, promised delivery Oct 14-19, and actually delivered on Oct 3. That is superb service.

    I would not hesitate to buy Kasa smart switches, or other products, from Hot Deals 4 Less again!

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  4. Ed & Beth

    Solicité 2 plugs y 1 no funcionaba( no conectaba a la red) . Solicité el reemplazo del mismo, fue muy rápido y sin problemas. Así mismo, los plugs funcionan excelente y sin configuraciones complicadas.

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  5. Ed & Beth

    I like that it was very easy to setup. Just download the Kasa App and scan the QR code and you’re in business. No need to be “techy” to use this.

    I’m using this WIFI socket to wirelessly turn on my Hail Protector Cover and it didn’t disappoint. You can plug in a device up to 15A as advertise.

    There are also other products from Kasa and I intend to try them as well such as remotely controlled light switches for automation.

    I’m giving this 5 stars for ease of setup and does the job. As far as longevity, that’s something I’ll find out in a few months. I’ll keep you all posted.

    As far as Alexa integration, it paired no issues.

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  6. Feedback Jedi

    Es muy bueno duradero y muy fácil de sincronizar, lo compré en dos veces

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  7. aTypicalEngineer808

    Summary: Reviewing three similar Kasa (TP-Link) smart plugs. After my initial review of the HS103P2, I found the KP115 with Energy Monitoring, so ordered that one too. Also ordered the outdoor version.

    Observations (construction): Like most modern manufactured items, this one is a snap together setup. The construction is decent. The relay is a 200V and 16A version, and should be able to pass full power (1875W for a 15A circuit).

    Recommendation: The newer model plug is KP115, released in Oct 2020; whereas the older model is HS103P2, released in March 2018. The newer plugs are more expensive, but I would pay the extra cost for the energy monitoring feature if needed.

    Software Setup: After downloading the app (iPhone), setup was straight forward. It appears to only connect to a 2.4Ghz Wi-Fi network; however, with my phone on the 5GHz network, I was still able to control the device. Generally 2.4GHz has better range, and 5GHz has better bandwidth, so 2.4Ghz is the appropriate band for this device (and most IoT devices). Upon completion of setup, the app offered to update the firmware (which completed in less than 5 minutes). Setup was the same for both (the outdoor didn’t need a firmware update).

    Software Observations: Biggest disappointment with the Energy Monitor plugs is that the energy usage cannot be reset with the Kasa app. After doing some internet research, found that if you’re on iOS, search for “Watt for Smart Devices” app in the Apple Store, it allows you to reset the energy usage. The Kasa app works okay. I do wish they had a lock out feature, making it a two step process to turn off power, which would be very important on a device like a computer.

    Pros: simple setup; firmware updates.

    Cons: energy usage not resetable via the Kasa app.

    Conclusion: At $22 for the KP115, rating this 4-stars (software deficiency, energy usage reset). I also ordered a two-outlet Outdoor plug (listed below), which I am rating 5-stars, and the older HS103P2 at 3-stars (one DOA).

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  8. Romel

    I’m pleasantly surprised by the TP-Link Kasa Smart Plug Mini with Energy Monitoring. Setting it up was a breeze – just plug it in, connect through the app, and it integrates seamlessly with my smart home devices. What stands out most is the energy monitoring feature, which is incredibly handy. It works flawlessly with voice assistants and even Home Assistant, making it a versatile addition to any smart home setup. Definitely a great buy if you’re looking for a reliable and easy-to-use smart plug with extra features!

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  9. Feedback Jedi

    Ça coche

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  10. aTypicalEngineer808

    I have both model 103 and 125 plugs. The 103 keeps track of run time, the 125 energy usage. There’s a separate app called watts that lets you reset to zero the cumulative total, otherwise I prefer the Kasa app. I used these to automate turning on and off electric blankets. I also have one on my lawn irrigation to shut it off when it’s unwanted, the rain sensor is far from perfect and I don’t want to run out to the shed to get to the control box. I have another on my crawl space dehumidifier. There are times I want to turn it off, say for possible de-icing, and I don’t want to go crawling under the house. These plugs are somewhat sensitive to the electrical outlet used and WiFi reception. They can work perfectly at some spots and not so good at others. I had one that seemed defective until I plugged it in beside one that worked perfectly. The questionable one worked perfectly at the relocated spot. The button on the side makes it easy to cycle it without having your phone with you. I did spend $20 to get a second WiFi router closer to the backyard shed for the irrigation control plug to work reliably. That solved the inconsistent switching issue. These plugs are compact and when located well with respect to your WiFi, are a great convenience. The Kasa app works well, other than lacking a reset for totals used.

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