Wi-Fi Enabled Smart Plug

Use the Koogeek Home app and Siri, Alexa, or Google Assistant voice commands to control your devices.

koogeek Wi-Fi Enabled Smart Plug

Hey Siri ......

Control connected lamps, fans and other appliances using Siri voice commands directly from your iOS device without launching the app.

Works with Amazon Alexa

After successfully pairing with your Amazon Echo, you can directly ask Alexa to turn it on or off.

Works with the Google Assistant

You can use the Google Assistant for voice control, even if you don't have a Google Home.

Using Apple HomeKit Technology

With Apple HomeKit technology, you can control any of the "Works with Apple HomeKit" accessories that you have in your home using the Koogeek Home app (Apple Home app) and Siri on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Apple Watch.

smart plug Using Apple HomeKit Technology
  • Monitor power consumption

  • Set schedules & timers

  • Remotely turn on/off

Easy Setup with Free App

With the Koogeek Home app, you can easily control, monitor and schedule any connected device from anywhere through easy setup. Compatible with iOS 9.0 or Android 4.3 or later devices.

smart plug Easy Setup with Free App

Create Scenes to Control Devices Simultaneously

Create personalized scenes on your iOS devices and control multiple devices with a schedule, a tap, or simply a single Siri voice command that activates a particular pre-set "scene". For example, "Hey Siri, good night" might turn on your bedroom humidifier and turn off your nightstand lamp.

Good morning

Good night

I’m out

I’m home

Set Schedules and Timers to Automate Your Home

On your iOS devices, custom scheduling lets you time the Plug‘s activity to meet your daily routine.

Monitor Power Consumption

Check whether your Smart Plug is in use and monitor real-time, daily and monthly electric power consumption on your iOS devices.



Power/Wi-Fi status indicator

  • Size: 65*65*56 (mm)

    Power input: 95~120VAC Max, 60Hz

    Resistive: 15A,1800W

  • System requirements:

    Home Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n)

    WPA or WPA2 network security

  • By y************March 13, 2018 00:36:04

    Reasonably well though out product. I don't use very many of these "smart home" devices, this is the first one I own. But I found this one fairly decent in its functionality. Installation: it’s very easy to set up, just follow the user manual. You also can use the apple homekit or the Koogeek app. Usage: Using this switch is simple, it can be turned on and off by the app, note that this can only be done while on the same Wifi network as the switch. The app also allows scheduling of when the switch turns on and off, and some other features like away times and timers. To use these features remotely, just need an apple TV(3rd generation or later). Overall though the product does work well for its advertised functionality. It also looks pretty nice on the wall.

  • By X*******March 12, 2018 03:34:48

    Works as advertised. I have it hooked up to my prosumer Espresso machine witch can draw significant wattage when the boiler starts up. The Koogeek did not have a problem turning it on and off. Also was able to connect to Apple Home without a problem. The manual one off button on the device itself was a really handy feature.

  • By S********March 11, 2018 03:57:47

    Works as expected.

  • By V***************March 9, 2018 22:26:18

    Works just like it should with homekit.

  • By C************March 9, 2018 03:58:25

    This plug is great! I am big into home automation and this is just another device I can use to do that. It worked very well and was super easy to link to my wifi and then my phone app. The instructions were very easy to follow which I have found is not all that common on similar devices. I have lights in my front room and bedroom that operate with an app as well but the plugs they offer are twice the cost of this one so I thought I would give it a try. The price is comparable to other "non name brand" devices. The plug works wonderfully and I have not had any issue with it disconnecting from my wifi. Some of these devices must be reset when they lose power but this is not one of them. I accidentally unplugged it once I set it up but quickly connected back as soon as it was plugged back in. The app communicates quickly with the plug signal. I plan to purchase more.

  • By J******March 8, 2018 23:27:18

    Perfect...I was so pleased that I ordered four more. They are very quiet unlike the previous item I had.

  • By D********March 7, 2018 21:26:24

    I love this little device. It is so neat to be able to use Siri with it. I contacted the service, they told me contact Apple. Now the plugs do work with HomeKit / Siri. I am happy to share my experience. 1.Edit details about your accessory, like its names, location, and more. 2.Open the Home app and tap the Home tab. 3.Touch and hold an accessory in the Home tab. 4.Tap Details. From here you can add the following details about your accessory: Name: Name your accessory to help you identify it in Home and to control it with Siri. Location: Assign a location for your accessory, like the living room. Type: Select the type of accessory it is, like a switch or light. Include in Favorites: Turn on to access your accessory in Control Center, the Home tab, and on your Apple Watch. Status and Notifications: Turn on to see what accessories are turned on at the top of the Home tab. To finish, tap Done.

  • By R**************March 7, 2018 20:48:23

    The first time you receive the use, it is convenient, the phone can easily receive the signal, control the home of the lamp, feel good in the hand! so far work excellent.

  • By L*********February 2, 2018 23:22:46

    Easy to install. Easy to configure. Easy to control remotely with the Koogeek app on my iPhone.

  • By M*********February 2, 2018 02:14:43

    Perfect and complete Homekit integration. Does exactly what it is supposed to. I have three of these now.

  • By R****February 1, 2018 03:02:11

    So nice to be able to control an outlet on my iPhone and not spend a fortune for the convenience.

  • By P****January 30, 2018 20:27:12

    Setup took literally few seconds, straight through Home Kit, and I was controlling lamps and fans in a matter of 1 minute. The ONLY downside is the size of those things... Expect to lose 1 outlet plug. I wish they were a little slimmer.

  • By D*******January 29, 2018 20:53:40

    Setup with Apple HomeKit is extremely easy. Only had one or two issues where it has lost connection to the home hub/network, just unplug it and plug it back in.

  • By A*********January 28, 2018 23:45:32

    I intended on using this smart plug with Siri HomeKit. The reason why I got this in the first place is because my wife wanted a "Clap Clap" solution to turn off the bedroom lights (we always fight over this), which got me thinking about better ways to do it. Once I started with the HomeKit alternative, I ended up automating the entire house using HomeKit accessories where available. This includes, plugs, bulbs, motion sensors to turn on / off lights in the living room etc. So I do have some experience setting the HomeKit devices up. Pros: 1. Solid Construction. If it had an Apple logo on it, I wouldn't for 1 second doubt that it was legitimate. 2. Never had any connection problems till date. Please keep in mind that I have been using this with iOS 10.2 with an Apple TV 4 with tvOS 10.1. I used the default iOS Home app to add the accessory. This is in stark contrast to one of the other HomeKit enabled devices that I bought - Incipio CommandKit Bulb Adapter which keeps losing connection left and right. Why does it matter? I have these plugs hooked on to my wife's hair straightener and an iron box. Think of the scenario where you are not sure if you turned them off and you wanted to check the status on your Home App and it says "No Response" in red. Yea, I would freak out. Also, please use HomeKit with a dedicated Apple TV 4 or an iPad that is always home and hooked to power. HomeKit works so much better this way. 3. It does track energy consumption, but the only way to see it is via the 'Koogeek Home' app from the App Store (which is not their fault). Kind of a bummer that it cannot be tracked via the iOS Home app. Cons: 1. The plug is a little too huge. The adjacent plug point is rendered useless. I don't use a lot of plug points so I was okay with that. If you are short on plug points, I can't think of any good plug option. It does seem like the Incipio CommandKit Smart Outlet is more wider than its tall, so if you do have two plug points stacked on top of each other, it may be a viable option. However, with the bad experience that I have had with their Bulb adapter, I am not sure if it is a good option.

  • By H********************January 27, 2018 02:58:38

    Great product. It works exactly as advertised. I have had no issues at all. I like the scheduling feature that appears to work without a functioning network once it is programmed from the app. So good I bought 4 more.

  • By A*****************January 26, 2018 03:09:16

    Basic, and works as advertised. Add it to your HomeKit setup, and you can turn on and off whatever is plugged into it using the standard HomeKit features of scenes, scheduled automations, as well as on demand: "Hey Siri turn on the sofa lights". "Sofa lights" can be set to any reasonable text in the accompanying app. The free app also doubles as another way to manage basic settings of and activate your HomeKit scenes and devices. The product also monitors the amount of power used by the devices connected to it and can be reviewed in the app. Just a couple of gotchas: First, it's on/off, but no dimming (for lights). Second, it slightly blocks the neighboring socket. You'll be fine plugging in a lamp cord into the the outlet's second socket, but anything beefier and you will have a pretty tight fit. Make the product shorter and I would give it 5 stars. Now, if they would only add "clapper" on/off capability to it as well. ;)

  • By s************January 25, 2018 02:31:56

    I have an iPhone 7 Plus with "HomeKit" and most lower priced items don't work with IOS and the HomeKit but this one does! What should cost more doesn't and I'm glad since it didn't hurt to much to be my first smart plug. I wasn't sure about this smart plug but online I found a promo code so I took a chance and I'm so glad I did. So easy to set up, easy to set up timers and alarms. I use the timer to wake up to in the morning and instead of hearing some annoying alarm my bed side lamps turn on to gently wake me up. Also I have set it up to turn on or off when I leave, enter or go to sleep. These are the only smart plugs I'm going to use. Also I rarely write reviews but I'm SOOOO happy with the product that I'm writing this review. Koogeek keep up the good work and thank you!!!

  • By F*************January 24, 2018 01:54:17

    Very good!

  • By R***************January 23, 2018 02:56:36

    I bought one of these as an introduction to home automation. It worked so well that I bought two more.

  • By P**************January 22, 2018 01:47:59

    Gave it as a gift to my son - he loved it. So I bought one. - I love it. Great functionality!

P1-1 Plug
  • Siri Controlled

    Use voice to control your device

  • Schedule

    Set schedules and timers to automate your home

  • Easy to control

    Control the Smart Plug from anywhere with your smartphone

  • Consumption Monitor

    Show energy consumption or electricity cost

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Works with Apple Homekit
With the Koogeek Home app or Apple Home app, you can control connected lamp.
Siri voice commands
The smart plug responds to Siri, letting you control your home directly from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch
Set schedules and timers
Set custom schedules and timers for a device or a scene
Monitor energy consumption
Electricity cost energy reporting helps you see how much power, on average, your electronics are using
Remote Control
You can set up your Apple TV (4th generation or later with tvOS 10 or later) or iPad (running iOS 10 or later) as a home hub and control Koogeek Smart Plug even when you're away from home.
Create "scenes" 
Control multiple products with a single Siri voice command that activates a particular pre-set "scene"
System Requirements
HomeKit requires an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Apple Watch with iOS 8.1 or later
Power input
120VAC Max, 60Hz
Power output
15A, 1800W
Home Wi-Fi
2.4Ghz (802.11 b/g/n)
Size and Weight
  • Length: 65mm
  • Width: 65mm
  • Thickness: 56mm
  • Weight: Approx. 101g
Package contents

Koogeek Smart Plug / Quick Start Guide

  • Q: I can't figure out how to update firmware in the app? Please help...

    By Darren Easton

    A:Hello, Here are the Guidelines for Firmware Update of Koogeek Smart Plug 1. Launch the Koogeek Home app and enter the Accessory Detail. 2. Make sure that your Koogeek Smart Plug is successfully connected to the Koogeek Home app.  3. Tap the name of the Plug to enter the Accessory Detail of the Plug.  4. The Home app will automatically notify you if an update is available. Tap "Sure" to update to the latest version  Note: After the firmware of Koogeek smart home product is upgraded, the device will automatically reconnect to the network, which takes about 12s or so. During this period, the App can't control the outlet. Red light flashes slowly during automatic connection to the network, the connection is completed, and the indicator is off. Thank you.

    By Customer Service Center
  • Q: How to pair P1 with google assistant?

    By Nicle

    A:Hello, Here are the steps about how to pair P1 with google assistant: https://www.koogeek.com/p1-google-assistant-help.html Thank you.

    By Customer Service Center
  • Q: Can you help me identify what the difference between the P1 and P2 plugs are?

    By Kevin Petersen

    A:Hello, Here are the difference between P1 and P2: 1.The resistive of P1 is 15A, 1800W, P2 is 12A, 1500W; 2.P1 has two different colors: white and black; 3.The appearance of P1 and P2 are different; 4.P1 is larger than P2. Thank you.

    By Customer Service Center
  • Q: What are the temperature ranges

    By Nielsen Folken

    A:Hello, The working temperature range is -15℃ to 55℃, and the storage temperature range is -30℃ to 65℃. Thank you.

    By Customer Service Center
  • Q: Can i reach my koogeek smart plug from outside my home in any way?

    By Mikael L

    A:Hello, Yes, you can. You can set up your Apple TV (4th generation or later with tvOS 10 or later) or iPad (running iOS 10 or later) as a home hub and control Koogeek Smart Plug even when you're away from home. Thank you.

    By Customer Service Center
  • Q: How to pair the smart plug P1 with Amazon Alexa?

    By Andrew Becker

    A:Hello, Andrew. Here are the steps about how to pair the smart plug P1 with Amazon Alexa: https://www.koogeek.com/alexahelp-p1.html

    By Customer Service Center
  • Q: When will it be available for Australia?

    By Matt Whitaker

    A:Hi, Matt. Thanks for your interest, we have a plan to make the smart plug for Australia, it may take 6 months.

    By Customer Service Center
  • Q: When will you provide your products with a compatible french electric connector ?

    By chaudat

    A:Hello, we have french electric connector for P1. Here are links: https://www.koogeek.com/p-p1eu.html https://www.amazon.fr/Koogeek-Intelligente-2-4GHz-Homekit-iPhone/dp/B071ZHCVG6/ref=sr_1_14?ie=UTF8&qid=1495944921&sr=8-14&keywords=koogeek

    By Customer Service Center
  • Q: Apple HomeKit app will suffice for operation or is it necessary to use Koogeek app as well? Can you activate control of plug from wifi outside of the wifi that plug is using. I.e. Plug is ihome in Michigan and im am currently on my phone in San Diego ? Thanks D.

    By Danielle Adams

    A:Hello, Both of Apple HomeKit app and Koogeek app can control the product, and P1 is U.S. regulation, but you can control it anywhere by yourphone. Thank you.

    By Customer Service Center
  • Q: Please explain in detail how multiple users can access the same Smart plugs. For example, I have 6 P1 Smart plugs, I have them all on my IOS device. How do I go about adding the 6 Smart Plugs to my children's iPhones?

    By Matt

    A:Hello, You can invite others to control your accessories if they’re using iOS 10 or later and signed in to iCloud. To share control of your accessories, you need to be either at your home or have a home hub set up in your home. To invite others: Tap the Home tab, then tap in the upper-left corner. Tap Invite. Enter the person's Apple ID that they use with iCloud. Tap Send Invite. Your recipient will get a notification in the Home app on their iOS device. To accept an invite: Open Home and tap . Tap Home Settings. Tap Accept, then tap Done. After you accept the invitation, tap , then tap the name of the Home to control it. Here are the links about how to add multiple users:https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204893 Find the title about "Share control of your accessories". Thank you.

    By Customer Service Center