Apple HomeKit

Wemo Mini Smart Plug

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  • Overview

    The Wemo Mini Smart Plug lets you control your lights and appliances right from the Wemo or Apple Home app on your iPhone or iPad. The Smart Plug uses your existing home Wi-Fi network to provide wireless control of lamps, heaters, fans, and more—with no subscription or hub required. Simply plug the Wemo Mini Smart Plug into an electrical outlet, plug a device into the Smart Plug, and control your device using the free app.

    When you control Wemo Mini with the Apple Home app, you can use Siri voice commands from your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or HomePod. Whether you’re unwinding on the couch or vacationing in the Caribbean, you’ll be able to remotely control your lights and appliances from anywhere.

    Highlights

    Turn lights and appliances on or off from anywhere

    Space-saving design won't cover the whole electrical outlet

    Put your lights and appliances on a schedule or sync them to Sunset and Sunrise

    Works with the Apple HomeKit—control your Wemo Mini or create the perfect scene with the Apple Home app

    Use Siri voice commands with the Apple Home app from your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or HomePod

    Turn off the lights at bedtime or ask Siri to start your morning by turning on the lights and brewing your coffee

    Works with your existing home Wi-Fi network, no hub or subscription required

    Easy to set up and easy to use

    Works with the entire family of Wemo products

    Works with IFTTT, connecting you to a whole world of web apps

    Free Wemo app for iOS devices

    What’s in the Box

    Wemo Mini Smart Plug

    Quick start guide

    Tech Specs

    Other Features: HomeKit Compatible

    Internet Access: Internet Access Required

    Power: 120V~/15A/60Hz/1800W

    Power Source: AC

    Height: 1.4 in./3.56 cm

    Length: 2.4 in./6.1 cm

    Width: 3.8 in./9.65 cm

    Weight: 3.2 oz./90.72 g

    System Requirements

    Operating System: iOS 9 or later

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: WSP070-APL

    UPC or EAN No.: 745883774937

    Warranty

    Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple’s Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.

    Warranty: Three years

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  • 2.0 Average
    2 out of 5 stars
    Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Does not work with HomeKit, awful setup, buggy, poor product. Avoid.

      I’ve tried to set up 5 of these. 4 of them eventually worked, but each one had to be added a completely different way. The HomeKit code included simply never wo I’ve tried to set up 5 of these. 4 of them eventually worked, but each one had to be added a completely different way. The HomeKit code included simply never works when scanned. The instructions don’t reflect how iOS actually works. They don’t work with a 5ghz network at all. The app even told me they were incompatible with my Airport router. If you’re using 5ghz for other HomeKit devices you’ll have to move everything to avoid constant glitches. The WeMo app they want you to use to add them to HomeKit constantly fails, crashes, and tells you to restart your iPhone/iPad. These should never have been certified for HomeKit as they barely work, are horribly frustrating to set up when they do, and there’s a 50/50 chance the one you get won’t work at all. Once set up they disappear and re-appear at random. Some of them refuse to factory reset. These are lemons and shouldn't be sold or bought. Search online and you will see thousands of others with the same experience. Do your research before buying them. Someone needs to re-test these and remove the HomeKit certification.

      • Written by Skaffen-Amtiskaw D

      65 of 74 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Does not work with HomeKit, awful setup, buggy, poor product. Avoid.

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      This product does not work

      I bought two of these, and a bridge. I can't get either of them to be recognized, either in the wemo app or in the homekit app. A smart plug shouldn't be t I bought two of these, and a bridge. I can't get either of them to be recognized, either in the wemo app or in the homekit app. A smart plug shouldn't be that difficult. Worthless.

      • Written by Andrew N from Portland

      35 of 41 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?This product does not work

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Works nicely with HomeKit and HomePod

      Got this plug to experiment with controlling a lamp to turn on 15 minutes before sunset and turn off later at night. Set-up was time-consuming and very brief pr Got this plug to experiment with controlling a lamp to turn on 15 minutes before sunset and turn off later at night. Set-up was time-consuming and very brief product instructions didn't help. After several tries, the plug was connected to my WiFi. You'll need the Wemo iOS app installed on your iOS device in order to tell the plug which wifi you want it to use and the password to use. Contributing to the setup problem was my failure to wait long enough for the plug's wifi to be recognized by my iPhone and then to connect to my network once the wifi SSID and password were configured. Best advice: be patient and if you need to reset the plug, unplug it, hold the power button, and plug it back in, continue holding the power button until you see a flashing light. NOTE: This product will only connect to a 2.4GHz network. I'm using a Linksys Velop AC2200 (with both 2.4GHz and 5GHz), so the plug is connected to the Velop's 2.4GHz wifi but controlled by a HomePod connected to the Velop's 5GHz wifi. Once the plug is connected to your wifi using the Wemo iOS app's "More ..." tab to "Connect To Our Smart Home Partners" so it can recognized and controlled by HomeKit. Connecting to HomeKit with the Wemo app was also tricky. Had to do the process several times. Restarting the LinkSys app didn't seem to help, but restarting my iPhone at one point did help. Strange ... After 20 minutes of methodical twiddling, I got the plug connected, recognized by HomeKit, and being controlled by HomePod. Now that I've proven the product works, I may purchase more plugs to control other devices and I suspect the configuration process will go faster now that I know the ins-and-outs. The product price is relatively low, the physical design seems clean and solid, even if the set-up is temperamental and time-consuming. I'd give it 5 stars if the set-up was easier/more intuitive and/or if the documentation was more detailed.

      • Written by John E from Berkeley

      28 of 30 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Works nicely with HomeKit and HomePod

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      5 Months & Working Perfectly

      I purchase one of the in May and so far it's great. Set up in about ten minutes and works well. I use it with a scene in my HomeKit app when I get up in the mor I purchase one of the in May and so far it's great. Set up in about ten minutes and works well. I use it with a scene in my HomeKit app when I get up in the morning. My twinkle lights are plugged into it and I'm thinking of getting a few more for holiday lights. One click or voice command and my house is ready for the day.

      • Written by Angela H from Dunnellon

      Is this review useful?5 Months & Working Perfectly

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Doesn't Work - But it's Apples Software

      After some testing I decided this is not the manufacturers fault for all these smart devices that do not work - Apples Homekit software is the issue. There are After some testing I decided this is not the manufacturers fault for all these smart devices that do not work - Apples Homekit software is the issue. There are some ROUTER settings that are undefined when adding and communicating with various smart devices. Apple needs to fix this, not the manufacturers. If you try these devices with Alexa or Google they work fine. So. anyone who says "Works Great" simply got lucky with the type of router and settings they have. It's a crapshoot. From what I've seen even those people will not be able to connect and control Apple Homekit devices 20% of the time. I wouldn't bother using Apples Homekit until these issues are 100% gone.

      • Written by Ted A from Winter Garden

      1 of 1 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Doesn't Work - But it's Apples Software

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Wemo app ruins this

      I had this switch for a couple of years, never an issue with Homekit and asking Siri to control the switch. However, when iOS 13 came out, the home app indicate I had this switch for a couple of years, never an issue with Homekit and asking Siri to control the switch. However, when iOS 13 came out, the home app indicated that there was a firmware update available in the Wemo app. Well, I can't get the device to set up in the Wemo app for the life of me. So now the home app has an annoying red badge on it all the time to tell me there's a firmware update available in the Wemo app that won't work.

      • Written by Cam S from London

      Is this review useful?Wemo app ruins this