• default - Etekcity 3 Pack WiFi Smart Plug Mini Outlet with Energy Monitoring, Works with Amazon Alexa Echo and Google Home, No Hub Required, White
    The Coolest Power Saving Smart Home Plugs | Etekcity Mini Smart Plugs Review
  • default - Etekcity 3 Pack WiFi Smart Plug Mini Outlet with Energy Monitoring, Works with Amazon Alexa Echo and Google Home, No Hub Required, White
    Compare 12 Smart Plugs that Work With Alexa + WiFi vs. Z-wave Review
  • default - Etekcity 3 Pack WiFi Smart Plug Mini Outlet with Energy Monitoring, Works with Amazon Alexa Echo and Google Home, No Hub Required, White
    Amazon Alexa Controls my Christmas Lights! TP-Link Smart Wifi Plug HS100
  • default - Etekcity 3 Pack WiFi Smart Plug Mini Outlet with Energy Monitoring, Works with Amazon Alexa Echo and Google Home, No Hub Required, White
    Cyber Monday 2017 | Etekcity WiFi Smart Plug Mini Outlet w/ Energy Monitoring (2 Pack) | No Hub Req
  • default - Etekcity 3 Pack WiFi Smart Plug Mini Outlet with Energy Monitoring, Works with Amazon Alexa Echo and Google Home, No Hub Required, White
    Etekcity Voltson Mini Smart WiFi Outlet Review and Setup
  • default - Etekcity 3 Pack WiFi Smart Plug Mini Outlet with Energy Monitoring, Works with Amazon Alexa Echo and Google Home, No Hub Required, White
    How to Setup a TP-Link Smart Plug with an Amazon Echo / Alexa
  • default - Etekcity 3 Pack WiFi Smart Plug Mini Outlet with Energy Monitoring, Works with Amazon Alexa Echo and Google Home, No Hub Required, White
    Eques Elf Smart Plug Review and Setup – Smart Outlet Tutorial
  • default - Etekcity 3 Pack WiFi Smart Plug Mini Outlet with Energy Monitoring, Works with Amazon Alexa Echo and Google Home, No Hub Required, White
    5 Best Smart Plug To Buy 2017 – Smart Plug Reviews
  • default - Etekcity 3 Pack WiFi Smart Plug Mini Outlet with Energy Monitoring, Works with Amazon Alexa Echo and Google Home, No Hub Required, White
    Esicoo WiFi Smart Outlet with timer function (2 Pack)
  • default - Etekcity 3 Pack WiFi Smart Plug Mini Outlet with Energy Monitoring, Works with Amazon Alexa Echo and Google Home, No Hub Required, White
    How to Setup a TP-Link Smart Plug with Google Home
«
»
Rating: 
Amazon Price: $59.99 $52.99 You save: $7.00 (12%). (as of June 18, 2018 1:51 am – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Manage your home, even from afar.

Control from afar
The Etekcity Voltson WiFi Electrical Outlet empowers you to remotely control your appliances, whether directly with your VeSync app (on your smartphone/tablet), or with Alexa voice control set up at home. Use it at home, from the office, or even from a cafe with Wi-Fi. Even create custom schedules so you can ditch double-checking your appliances all the time!

Make your home smart at saving energy and costs
Smart management actually helps eliminate excess consumption of electricity, since household devices can still eat up energy, even when not in use. This outlet also monitors a device's power usage via the VeSync app, so you know how much power each device uses. Be smart about home! Save on your bill, and save valuable energy.

Streamline home security
Moreover, for the extended days you're away, replace old-fashioned timers that are limited in function. This smart outlet can turn on lamps on a set schedule, or at a moment's notice as you're miles away.

Amazon Alexa Setup
1. Open Amazon Alexa APP on your phone;
2. Search for Skill "VeSync" and enable;
3. Sign in to your VeSync account in Alexa;
3. Go to Alexa Smart Home section and Discover your Devices;
4. Finish. Control your devices using Alexa.
Please note that your VeSync account is case sensitive, so make sure you have entered the right account in Alexa.
Or they will tell you account doesn't exist.

Customer Reviews

and get into the app where you can easily register new devices and use them

 on February 25, 2017
By A Texan Frenchman
It’s 20 bucks, it’s tiny, and it does what it says. The setup was a breeze, and the app lets you configure schedules, countdowns and just manually turn it on or off whenever. And it works from anywhere. It’s almost magical. Oh, and it does seem to track electricity usage, which is neat.

Easy setup, works great, lots of control options

 on April 16, 2017
By Benny
Been a fan of Etekcity RF remote control outlets, I was excited to try these new ones out.

The WORK GREAT for my daughters start of making a Smart Home, Going to Buy Some for myself.

 on December 9, 2017
By Bryan
Bought these for my daughter to use with her Amazon Echo, She loves her studio apartment right off the Gulf of Mexico she got after a job transfer, but the light switches did not work well for the light locations, and the Landlord would complain when she left her air conditioner on all day (Electric included in Rent and Landlord lives downstairs), So I got the three pack, one she hooked up her 3500/5000 BTU window air (I checked and this Smart Plug can handle up to 10 amps, for more than the expected 5-7 amps the A/C draws), Once hooked up my daughter from work just before she leaves can turn on the A/C form HER PHONE and come home to a nice cool apartment without upsetting her little old lady landlord (It was a digital face A/C – I was surprised it kept the settings getting completely shut off), She also can monitor how much power from each Smart WIFI out is using with is a huge bonus. She then used the (2) others to hookup lights, and not long offer got 2 more similar outlets that came with her Black Friday Echo Dots to Fans and similar. She now had a total of 5 outlets (there are her favorite) operating her SMART Studio Apartment and SHE LOVES IT, she just walks in the door and say “Amazon I am home” and the lights come on… (also a big security plus for a single lady)

Great Remote Power Toggle

 on March 1, 2017
By J. Brian Mitchell
I have a drive backup system called DROBO. And I frequently remote into my home computer to view files, access pictures, etc. And at RANDOM times, my Drobo has detached itself from my computer, which is very frustrating. And the only way to make the computer see it again is to reboot the Drobo. Well, I bought this device so I can do that remotely, without having to be in the room with the device.

Tagged with:

Filed under: Dress Up & Pretend