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Use smart10 at checkout
Tom
· January 19, 2021
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It does not have the CSA certification mark. The UL (Canadian and American) certification mark is on the device. See Lydan A. review: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/customer-reviews/R1Z62P2ANHGELX/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B077Y7TBHQ
Client Amazon
· January 18, 2019
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It only works with Alexa.
Josh A
· July 22, 2019
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The major dirrerence I found is that it work natively with the Echo plus. Other smart outlets require a go-between skill or app.
hansel1x
· November 29, 2018
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Sue
· May 23, 2019
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IME; They drop connection whenever one sneezes the wrong way and require re-calibration... The manual is kind of irrelevant as you can access everything by scanning the QR code on the back of the plug anyways... Whichever you feel is easiest for your personal needs, I guess...
Alan
· January 14, 2021
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I presume you are plugging in an outlet bar.
I plugged in a heater it worked for a while then stopped.
So depending on what and how many items you intend to plug into it I don't think I would advise it.

Wayne Wood
· April 7, 2019
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The indicator light was blue when first used but after a week of use it is now a flashing red light but Alexa seems to work OK. How do I return to the blue light?
Andrew Humphrey
· January 16, 2021
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No it is like a socket and is actually in off position until you request Alexa to turn on the light or whatever it is plugged in to.
Gordon Farough
· July 8, 2021
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As many as you like, just give them their own unique names.
Brian Verhaeghe
· December 18, 2018