Wyze is known for its. The company also offers Wyze Sense smart sensors, and we recently awarded the $8 our Editors' Choice for best smart bulb. In July, Wyze announced the Wyze Plug, a smart plug that comes in a two-pack for just $15 and works with and , and it's now available for purchase.
You can use both assistants to turn the Wyze Plug on or off, or control it from anywhere with the Wyze app. Vacation mode randomly powers your plug on and off to create the illusion of someone being at home, when connected to devices such as lamps, TVs or radios. The Wyze Plug can also set schedules to power devices on or off.
We tested it at the, and the setup was straightforward. If you've ever connected a device to your or accounts before, setting up this plug will be a cinch. If not, it's still easy enough for first-timers to figure out. The Wyze Plug's maximum load is 15 amps, it's ETL-listed for safety and comes with a physical on and off switch on the side of the plug. There's no USB port on the side for additional charging.
Voice commands in our testing worked well, and the plug's size and design keep it from interfering with other outlets. There was noticeable lag powering devices on with the Wyze app, but your results may vary depending on your Wi-Fi strength.
If you already own Wyze Sense devices or a Wyze Cam, you can set those to trigger the Wyze Plug to turn on or off when doors open or close or when motion is detected. There aren't any power monitoring smarts in the Wyze app, but you can see your daily and weekly run times, as well as set up a timer and vacation mode.
The Wyze Plug is available as a two-pack from Wyze for just $15. That's by far the cheapest price we've seen for a smart plug since the was released at $18 per plug. If you're looking for simple and quick smarts for your dumb devices, Wyze gives you plenty of value with the Wyze Plug two-pack.
Originally published July 30.
Updates, Sept. 12: Adds impressions from hands-on testing; Sept. 24: updates availability and adds link to manufacturer site.