Kasa Smart Light Switch HS200

Are you tired of fumbling in the dark to find the light switch? Say goodbye to those struggles with the Kasa Smart Light Switch HS200. This smart switch is here to make your life easier and more convenient.
With the HS200, you can control your lights, ceiling fans, and other fixtures from anywhere. No more worrying if you left the lights on before leaving home. Simply use the free Kasa app on your smartphone or tablet to manage your connected fixtures. Set schedules, timers, and countdowns to suit your needs and create the perfect ambiance in your space.
But this is not all – the HS200 is also compatible with voice control assistants like Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Microsoft Cortana. Imagine the convenience of simply saying “turn on the lights” without lifting a finger. Whether your hands are full or you’re entering a dark room, the power of voice control is at your service.
Installation is a breeze with the Kasa app guiding you through each step. No need to worry about complex switch wiring or configurations. And with its sleek design, this smart switch seamlessly replaces any standard light switch without compromising on style.
Rest assured, the HS200 is designed and developed in Silicon Valley and trusted by over 4 million users. It’s UL certified for safety use, giving you peace of mind. Plus, its compact dimensions make it easy to fit into any space.
Don’t let darkness hold you back anymore. Upgrade to the Kasa Smart Light Switch HS200 and experience the convenience of smart lighting control. Get yours today and step into a world of effortless illumination.


  • Easy installation process
  • Compatible with voice assistants like Alexa and Google Assistant
  • Allows remote control of lights through smartphone app
  • Scheduling feature for automated lighting
  • Energy-saving capabilities
  • Stylish and sleek design


  • Requires a neutral wire for installation
  • May not fit in certain electrical boxes due to size
  • App interface could be more simple to operate
  • Occasional connectivity issues reported by some users
  • Limited compatibility with older homes’ wiring systems