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Sengled Element Classic 65W Equivalent Soft White BR30 $10 LED Light Bulb, White, Smart

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Homedepot.com has Sengled Element Classic 65W Equivalent Soft White BR30 Dimmable LED Light Bulb . Smart BR 30 bulb for $10.00 with free shipping to home for orders over $50.00.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Sengle.../302039264

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Enjoy the convenience and simplicity of long-lasting, energy efficient lighting that is programmable, too. Add up to 50-Element Classic BR30 bulbs to the Element Hub and take control of your light at home and while you are away. Set the mood without leaving your seat. Automate hard-to-reach fixtures. Simplify your energy savings with auto-off scheduling. With Element, you do not have to choose - it is at your fingertips.

Schedule, dim and switch ON/OFF with Amazon Alexa and other smart home hubsApp-controlled dimming and remote access for iOS/AndroidWhole-home lighting and scheduling without rewiringFits seamlessly in recessed can lights or other standard E26 socketsEnergy efficient LED rated to last 25,000-hours (22+ years)Fits into any standard E26 socket including recessed can lights
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This is the cheapest smart br 30 bulb I have found so far online. Ordered 30 when they were for $14.33 then HD reduced them to $10. I have used another bulb a19 of this company and have been pretty satisfied with smart capabilities.
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If you purchased the deal posted on SD few day earlier for $14.33 then call home depot, they will do the price adjustment. No point of going to store to get price adjustment (as they cannot adjust online purchased products) unless you bought it locally.
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Good deal. Thx
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Z wave ?
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Z wave ?
I believe Zigbee. Can be controlled via Smart Things hub and wink.
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Homedepot.com has Sengled Element Classic 65W Equivalent Soft White BR30 Dimmable LED Light Bulb . Smart BR 30 bulb for $10.00 with free shipping to home for orders over $50.00.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Sengle.../302039264

Pair it with Smartthings.
Enjoy the convenience and simplicity of long-lasting, energy efficient lighting that is programmable, too. Add up to 50-Element Classic BR30 bulbs to the Element Hub and take control of your light at home and while you are away. Set the mood without leaving your seat. Automate hard-to-reach fixtures. Simplify your energy savings with auto-off scheduling. With Element, you do not have to choose - it is at your fingertips.

Schedule, dim and switch ON/OFF with Amazon Alexa and other smart home hubsApp-controlled dimming and remote access for iOS/AndroidWhole-home lighting and scheduling without rewiringFits seamlessly in recessed can lights or other standard E26 socketsEnergy efficient LED rated to last 25,000-hours (22+ years)Fits into any standard E26 socket including recessed can lights

I see a DOCONO, CO address added to my shipping addresses... Are you by any chance from CO ? Wink
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I see a DOCONO, CO address added to my shipping addresses... Are you by any chance from CO ? Wink
Nope, Ohio Smilie
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I have a ton of zwave & zigbee devices, but I never understood well the idea of a smart "bulb". What's the "daily use" of this? I can control individual bulbs throw the hub? So my switch needs to be always in the "on" position? To they reset to "normal" mode if I turn the switch (on the wall) off and on again?
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Do you need a hub to use this bulb with alexa?
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I have a ton of zwave & zigbee devices, but I never understood well the idea of a smart "bulb". What's the "daily use" of this? I can control individual bulbs throw the hub? So my switch needs to be always in the "on" position? To they reset to "normal" mode if I turn the switch (on the wall) off and on again?
I use them in lamps that I don't have on switches. They work well for me in this configuration
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People have been replacing their switch with a z-wave in-wall switch. Then they re-wire the lights to have constant power. Then finally, in SmartThings you setup automations to use the switch to control these lights.

So the end result is
- Lights always have power (line) (flipping the switch toggles on/off without cutting power from the bulb)
- Smart Switch controls on/off for all lights
- Smart hub enables other automations for lights
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I have a ton of zwave & zigbee devices, but I never understood well the idea of a smart "bulb". What's the "daily use" of this? I can control individual bulbs throw the hub? So my switch needs to be always in the "on" position? To they reset to "normal" mode if I turn the switch (on the wall) off and on again?

My house has a stupid amount of switches controlling each set of lights (At least 2, but usually 3). The cost of dimming buying paddle switches, secondary switches, plus dimmable LED lights far outweighs the cost of just getting smart lights. Maybe I'll regret it, but so far it's been nice. I also like being able to have only one dimmed bulb light up at night in my bathroom.
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There's a few left on Amazon at the same price. The Prime card gets an additional 5% back.
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Do you need a hub to use this bulb with alexa?
I would like to know this too!
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