Compare Wemo Smart Plug and Kasa Outdoor Smart Plug

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Wemo Smart Plug
Kasa Outdoor Smart Plug

General Information


device full name

Wemo Smart Plug (Pack of 1)

release date

2020-07-08

brand

WeMo

model number

‎WSP080

style

‎1-pack V3

colors

White

device full name

Kasa Outdoor Smart Plug, Smart Home Wi-Fi Outlet with 2 Sockets

release date

2021-04-16

brand

TP-Link

model number

EP40

style

New 1-Pack

colors

Black

Pricing


Average Price*

$22.52

where to buy

Amazon

* subject to change with the market trend

Average Price*

$19.99

where to buy

Amazon

* subject to change with the market trend

Dimensions and Weight


item length

‎1.34 inches

item width

2.05 inches

item height

1.81 inches

item weight

1.92 ounces

item length

‎4.33 inches

item width

1.53 inches

item height

3.19 inches

item weight

‎10.4 ounces

Accessibility Features


integration

1. Alexa 2. Google Assistant 3. Apple HomeKit

app features

Wemo App

integration

1. Alexa 2. Google Home 3. IFTTT

app features

Kasa app

Other Information


batteries

‎No

included components

WiFi Smart Plug

batteries

‎No

usage

‎Indoor & Outdoor use

included components

- ‎(1) Smart Outdoor Plug with 6-inch Cable - (1) Clamp and Screw - (1) Quick Start Guide

Special features


description

- Space-saving design - Protect your home with Away Mode - Voice control with Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple HomeKit

description

- Control Individual Outlets - Grouping & Scenes - Away Mode - Countdown Timer - Strong WiFi Connection Up to 300 ft

Reason to buy


  • Improved footprint
  • Physical control button
  • Works with Alexa, Google Home and HomeKit
  • Robust scheduling features
  • Its two outlets can be controlled independently
  • LEDs indicate which outlets are electrified
  • Compatible with Amazon Alexa. Google Assistant, and Cortana

Reason to avoid


  • Not compatible with 5Ghz Wi-Fi
  • You can’t schedule groups of Kasa Smart devices (only individual devices)
  • The app offers no energy-monitoring features
  • There’s no HomeKit support (though TP-Link says it’s coming)