Belkin WeMo F7C027 Smart Plug
Overview & Key Features
- Wi-Fi Smart Plug, Control Lights and Appliances from Phone, Free WEMO app, Works with Amazon Alexa
- Works with your existing Wi-Fi router and any iPod touch, iPhone, iPad - iOS 8 or higher and Android 4.1 or higher
- Put your electronic devices on a schedule
- Plugs into any regular 120v wall outlet
- Modular system: You can add WeMo switches easily any time
Wemo now works with Android and iOS Smart Devices
The Belkin Wi-Fi enabled Wemo Switch lets you turn electronic devices on or off from anywhere. The Wemo Switch uses your existing home Wi-Fi network to provide wireless control of TVs, lamps, stereos, heaters, fans and more. Simply download the free Wemo App from the Google Play Store or the Apple App store, plug the switch into an outlet in your home, and plug any device into the switch. You’ll be able to turn that device on or off using your smartphone or tablet (running Android 4.1 and later or iOS 8 or higher). You can set schedules for your devices and control them remotely using a mobile internet connection. You can also add additional switches to your home to control more devices.
Turn Your Electronics On or Off from Anywhere – over Wi-Fi, 3G or 4G
The Belkin Wemo Switch works with the free Wemo App to give you wireless control of your home appliances and electronics. Whether you want to turn on a light from your kitchen, front yard, or office, Wemo Switch has you covered.
To get started, simply download the free Wemo App from the Google Play store or the Apple App store to your smartphone or tablet Next, plug the Wemo Switch into an outlet in your home and plug any device or appliance into the switch. Connect the Wemo Switch to your home Wi-Fi network and follow the onscreen instructions to complete the installation. Now you can turn your home electronics/appliances on or off from anywhere.
The Switch also operates over mobile Internet, which means you can control home devices from anywhere you have an Internet, 3G or 4G connection.
Do more with the Wemo App
The free Wemo app makes it easy to set schedules for appliances and electronics in your home. Use your smartphone or tablet to program a fan to turn on or off at a certain time of day, at sunrise or sunset all over your existing 3G / 4G / Wi-Fi connection.
It’s a Mod, Mod World
One of the beauties of Wemo is its modularity. Control one lamp or all of them. Dip a toe into smart-home tech, or dive in headfirst. There’s a Wemo for every situation: Light Switches for your porchlight or those swanky recessed ceiling lights in the man-cave. Switches for your plug-in lamps and fans. Insight Switches for devices you want to monitor for energy savings. Control them all from your app, with no hub. Go forth and modulize.
Works with Amazon Alexa
Wemo Switch and Insight Switch work seamlessly with Amazon Echo, Amazon Dot and Amazon Tap to give you hands-free, vocal control over your stuff. Want to turn off the fan? Turn on the floor lamp? Shut off the TV in the kids’ room before their brains melt? When Wemo and Alexa work together, all you have to do is speak your mind. Literally.
Wemo works with Nest Learning Thermostat
Nest’s “home” and “away” modes can tell your Wemo switches what you’re up to. If you’re out, your desk fan turns off so the cat doesn’t lose another inch of its tail. When you return, that fake Tiffany lamp your Grandma left you is burning brightly to welcome you home. And you can adjust basic Thermostat settings without leaving the Wemo app, thus conserving valuable thumb-tapping time.
Works with IFTTT
“If This, Then That” is a free web-based service that lets you do an amazing array of things with your Wemo. Visit IFTTT.com to find “recipes” for making Wemo turn lights on and off based on real-world events, send you push notifications about device activity, or take advantage of your phone’s geo-fencing capabilities to know if you’re home or away. Visit IFTTT and discover all the exciting recipes you can create with Wemo + IFTTT.
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Price History for Belkin F7C027uk WeMo Home Automation Switch for iOS iPhone Android Amazon Alexa
|Current Price||£26.99||3rd October 2018|
|Highest Price||£26.99||7th September 2018|
|Lowest Price||£26.99||7th September 2018|
Last price changes
|£26.99||7th September 2018|
- All prices mentioned above are in British pound.
- This product is available in eBay, Amazon.co.uk, B&Q, Argos, Ebuyer.
- At ebay.co.uk you can purchase Belkin F7C027uk WeMo Home Automation Switch for iOS iPhone Android Amazon Alexa for only £26.99
- The lowest price of Belkin WeMo F7C027uk Switch Smart Plug (Wi-Fi Smart Plug, Control Lights and App was obtained on 3rd October 2018 8:00 am.
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Belkin WeMo Insight Switch review:11th September 2013 - CNET
The Good A smaller plastic housing and new power usage tracking on Belkin's WeMo Insight Switch bring greater visual appeal and usefulness to Belkin's already winning entry-level smart-home power plug line. The Bad Setup remains a hassle, it's still...
WeMo's new HomeKit Bridge says hello to Siri for $4022nd January 2018 - CNET
With plug-and-play simplicity and a fair price point, the HomeKit-enabling WeMo Bridge is a worthwhile upgrade for the platform's iOS faithful....
Belkin WeMo HomeKit Bridge22nd January 2018 - CNET
With plug-and-play simplicity and a fair price point, the HomeKit-enabling WeMo Bridge is a worthwhile upgrade for the platform's iOS faithful. Read Full Review. Visit manufacturer site for details. Coming up next. Video: Tips on picking out the...
WeMo Bridge review: $40 adds HomeKit support to most WeMo products7th February 2018 - Stacey on IoT
Announced last May, Belkin finally delivered its WeMo Bridge eight months later. This $39.99 device does one thing and one thing only: It brings Apple HomeKit support to WeMo switches and plugs. I bought the Bridge as soon as it was available, and it...
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The Belkin WeMo Switch is perfect if you’re concerned about home gadgets burning a hole in your wallet. For families who seem to constantly find the TV playing to an empty living room, this could be a welcome intervention. In addition, it’s a relatively straightforward foray into home automation for beginners, with no monthly subscription or complicated installation required. On the down side, £34.99 for a single plug?..... Seems high when the there are alternatives out there for much less. Checkout this link for a cost effective solution...
- Easy to set up
- Calculates the cost of your power usage
- Can turn devices on/off from anywhere
- Provided added home security
- Supports IFTTT
- Needs the IFTTT app for true customisation
- Too chunky for some wall sockets
- App sometimes lags
- A potentially expensive option