Wyze Plug, 2.4GHz WiFi Smart Plug, Works with Alexa, Google Assistant, IFTTT, No Hub Required, Two-Pack, White

(4 customer reviews)
Operation ModeON-OFF-ON
Current Rating15 Amps
Operating Voltage110 Volts (AC)
Contact TypeNormally Closed
Connector TypePlug In
  • Command your home with your voice: when your hands are full or you just don’t want to move, use your voice to turn things on and off by asking your smart Assistant. We made Wyze plug work with Alexa and the Google Assistant so it’s easier said and done.
  • Control your home from anywhere: check the status of all of your Wyze plugs and turn them on or off remotely so you can avoid high energy bills and fire-hazards.
  • On when you need it, off when you don’t: Wake Up to the smell of fresh brewed Coffee in the morning with scheduling in the Wyze app. Custom scheduling in the Wyze app lets you turn Wyze plug on or off at specific times of the day so you can have your Coffee start at 6: 00 AM and turn off at 6: 15 AM.
  • Manage an entire room with grouping: grouping in the Wyze app lets you connect multiple Wyze plugs to one room so you can turn everything on or off at once at the tap of a finger or command to your smart Assistant.
  • Vacation mode makes it look like someone’s home: vacation mode can turn your stuff on and off at random making it appear you’re home so people think twice about coming over uninvited. Automate actions with Wyze sense: use Wyze sense to control your stuff based on motion and open/close events so things turn on when people are around and off when they’re gone. Connects to other smart home devices with IFTTT.
SKU: B07XZT24B8 Category:
3 People watching this product now!

Device detailed description

Compact Wi-Fi smart plug. Switches are a thing of the past.

Features and specification

Brand Smart devices brand

Integration Supported smart home integration

, , ,

Interface Smart device connectivity interface

Manufacturer Smart device manufacturer

Country of Origin


Color Available colors

Item Package Quantity


Batteries Included?

Batteries Required?

Warranty Description

‎One year

Product Dimensions

‎2.75 x 1.25 x 1.5 inches


Number Of Pieces


Switch Style

Certification Smart device certification

Mounting Type



Controller Type

, , ,

Included Components

‎Two plugs

Item Weight

Control Method

Operation Mode

Contact Type

Connector Type

Actuator Type

Contact Material

Number of Positions

Connectivity Protocol

Product guides and documentsUser Manual (PDF)

Frequently asked question

does this work with smartthings?

There is NO support for SmartThings. Wyze devices work on their own ecosystem. Implementation in IFTTT is very limited compared to others.

Why are all of these reviews for the camera but I’m looking at the listing for a plug?

Because there is all option to bundle those plug pack with a wyze camera and these products share reviews and questions.

Can this be scheduled to be on for 15mins then off for 15 mins, for a 24 hr period, 7 days a week ?

Yes it can. You just have to set “rules” for scheduling on the app.

Can I control these on my smart phone? I don’t have google home or Alexa.

Yes you can. You need to download the Wyze app either through Google Play Store or the Apple App Store. The controls for operating them are through the App. No Google Home or Alexa required.

4 reviews for Wyze Plug, 2.4GHz WiFi Smart Plug, Works with Alexa, Google Assistant, IFTTT, No Hub Required, Two-Pack, White


100 %


100 %


100 %

Reviewed by 0 customer(s)

Sort by

  • Anonymous

    Love that these work with Google Nest Hub Max

    I now have every lamp in the house on these plugs. Hands free and great when you are home late or moving around the house with your hands full of things. Being Wyze they integrated into my existing apps, so its super easy to use when you want to look like you’re at home when you still working late. I’ve purchased four in total and they are very easy to setup and use and also add to the Google Home app.

    Verified Purchase

    Share on

  • Anonymous

    Firmware (v1.2.0.179) Has Major Connectivity Bug (Updated...)

    UPDATE: Completely fixed!
    UPDATED 04/28/2022: Updating my review to four stars. I’ve been posting on the Wyze forum, along with others, that the plug has an issue. Their team finally acknowledged the issue and updated the firmware change log to indicate the firmware was being fixed. Wyze employees reached out to people on the forum about a beta release that should fix v1.2.0.179 firmware, specifically the connectivity issue. Was able to sign up for beta testing through the app and installed the beta release. Their team also briefly described the issue in their firmware, which makes sense. When these plugs work, they are great. I’m also impressed with the Wyze support forum and team. Therefore, I’m giving this plug four stars.
    I had high hopes for these plugs, especially because the price point is lower than similar WiFi enabled plugs. I have purchased four of these over the past year and have become very frustrated with the devices over the past few months. Specifically, the plugs randomly lose their connection and enter pairing mode. I’ll often find the light on the front of the device blinking and the ON/OFF icon in the app replaced with a crossed out cloud icon, indicating the device is offline. The only way to fix the issue is to re-pair the devices back to my Wyze App/account. This defeats the purpose of having the plugs, when I’m away from home I cannot fix them. Ultimately, these plugs (probably their firmware) are not meeting my ‘reliability’ and ‘availability’ expectations.
    Currently using firmware version, which the change notes say fixes a major connectivity bug in v I have been in contact with Wyze support over the last few months (while using the 176 firmware) and have submitted logs for their tech support and engineers to review. I was really excited last week when I saw that they released 179. Unfortunately, it’s made the issue worse.
    I have a fairly expensive Netgear router and I know how to configure it. I’ve tried allowing the devices to obtain an IP address dynamically, and I have also tried allocating static IP addresses. I’ve also tried different 2.4Ghz channels to make sure there was no conflict with nearby signals. Also confirmed that the 2.4Gz channel is at 100% power. All four of my devices are within 20 feet of the router. In the end, all four devices will randomly go offline one-by-one and require me to re-pair them to the account. All my other IoT devices on the 2.4GHz channel seem to remain online (or more likely, have firmware that is robust to connectivity issues).
    I appreciate that Wyze provides a tech support phone number, I have used it multiple times over the months to try and resolve this issue. I’ve spoken with a supervisor on the tech support team, but they too are not understanding the issue. They have suggested multiple times to submit support logs through the Wyze app when a problem occurs. There are a few issues with this suggestion:
    1) I’m assuming the device event logs are retained on the plug itself. If this is the case, the only way to submit those logs is to go into the Wyze app, connect to your Wyze plug device, and submit the log. But this is a Catch 22 kind of problem! If the plug goes offline, I cannot connect to the device in the app to tell it to submit the logs to Wyze’s support team. The tech support supervisor claimed the logs are stored on your phone, which I think is very incorrect. My Wyze app is closed on my phone so I don’t think it’s downloading logs all the time. Also, if the device goes offline, it cannot communicate any additional event logs to my phone! So even if this were true, my phone would only have logs entries showing normal operation. The supervisor said that the logs on the device are cleared when it’s re-paired (reconnected) to the Wyze App/server. This means that the device does not have any log permanence. Bottom line, there doesn’t seem to be a way to get the log entries from after the lost connection, so I question whether the logs are even useful!
    2) The supervisor recommended I write up as much information in the ‘submit log’ request on the Wyze app. This is also frustrating because there is a very small character count allowed in that field of the app, it’s impossible to document enough information to be useful!
    Wyze needs to address the following:
    1) Most importantly, the Wype plug firmware needs to be fixed to be more robust to lost connections. This should be a very simple thing! If the device loses its connection, it should NEVER enter pairing mode (slow blinking blue light?). Instead, it should be storing the WiFi credentials (and any other necessary credentials to make it accessible by the user) in EEPROM. When a connection is lost, it should indefinitely try to reconnect to the servers. Based on the symptoms in version and, there’s some timeout that causes the device to give up, this is a poor design!
    2) Make sure that the devices retain their logs in memory. Recommend a log rotation system that keeps logs for X days. Ensure that if the device loses connectivity (as described above), the device can be re-paired/reconnected to the app and server WITHOUT clearing the logs. This ensures that the user can reconnect to the device and submit the logs to the support team/engineers. These logs would clearly show what was happening the moment after the connection is lost.
    3) The Wyze app needs to be improved so that the user can enter a sufficient amount of information into the Submit Logs description field. Recommend increasing the word count a lot.
    4) The Wyze support system needs to have better feedback. When I submit a log, I’m told it gets to the engineers. But I’m also informed that I will never hear back from them. At some point, the engineers should be able to get on a call with willing customers to gather more information.
    Despite all this, I really like Wyze devices and want to help Wyze solve their issues. Unfortunately, I cannot recommend these devices to anyone until the issue is fixed. Therefore, I’m giving 1 star. Once the issue is fixed, I’m happy to update my review

    Verified Purchase

    Share on

  • Anonymous

    Great product

    This is a GREAT product. Just buy it. FIVE STARS!
    A great compliment to home security. Can make you look like your home when you’re not through automated “vacation mode” light controls. And much more.
    Originally I gave it a one star review bc the plug kept dropping off wifi connection. Basically making the plug not an ideal choice for home security.
    However, there was an OTA firmware update two weeks ago. Since then, none of my plugs have dropped off wifi. Very stable now.
    Plugs work great now. AMAZING product.
    Thanks Wyze!
    p.s. below was my original one star review for context
    I am a loyal Wyze customer. I have many of their products in my house from cameras, outdoor floodlights, plugs, etc. In total, about 17 wyze products in my home. Many of my Wyze products are GREAT.
    So it pains me to have to write a negative review on their smart plug.
    These smart plugs have a huge flaw – they randomly disconnect from their wifi connection. And their is no way to reestablish the wifi connection unless you are physically next to the plug and have to do a hard physical restart. The plug is incapable of reestablishing wifi connection automatically. And you can not prompt it to do so remotely via the app on your smartphone.
    Since most people will use this plug to control lights when they are away for security reasons (vacation, coming home late from work, etc), this random wifi drop problem makes it a terrible choice as part of a home security setup.
    Went on two vacations recently. Both over a week long. A few days into each vacation, my app started showing a few of my plugs as “off line”. Basically you can’t control them remotely and they are no long working. Basically your home security with lights going on and off at night is gone.
    I’ve spoke to customer service many times on this issue. I’ve done it all – hard resents, turning off 5ghz on router so plug can connect to 2.4ghz, erase/reinstall app, etc. Nothing works.
    When you google this issue, there’s a lot of people out there experiencing the same thing with this plug.
    Wyze has openly stated they are aware of the issue and have sent firmware updates to fix it. Firmware update have been sent, but the issue is not fixed.
    This is the first negative Amazon review I have ever written. I hope Wyze reads this and understands that loyal customers of Wyze are super frustrated over this issue.
    It’s my hope that you can fix this asap. And then I can turn this one star review into a five star!
    Thank you

    Verified Purchase

    Share on

  • Anonymous

    A Nice Addition To My Wyze Camera System

    I bought these smart plugs to replace the timers I had connected to some small decorative lights in several rooms of the house. While the timers did their job, it was a pain in the neck to have to reset them as sunset changed with the seasons. With these smart plugs, I can simply set a schedule to turn them on at sunset, then off at a particular time. You can also set a Rule with additional options if you like. In addition, you can turn them on or off with a click on your phone if desired. So far, very happy with them.

    Verified Purchase

    Share on

Leave feedback about this

Your email address will not be published.