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25% off on select Smart Home Accessories for Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant- smart bulb $14 Smart Power Strip Socket $25, etc. free s/h

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ZeroLemonOfficial via Amazon has a couple of deals on sale for the prices listed below.

1. ZeroLemon 3-Ports USB Type C PD Charger with Power Delivery 60W
* Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07284W9K6
* This charger can charge the MacBook Pro at full speed.
* $29.99 - 33% off w/ Code TCEK4PPF=$19.99 w/ free shipping

2. ZeroLemon WiFi Smart Power Strip Socket with AC Outlets and 4 USB Charging Ports, works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant
* Allows voice control via Echo/Echo Dot and Google Assistant with 4 AC outlets and 4 USB charging ports.
* Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0719CMWGR
* $33.45 - 25% off w/ code XBMYW4ZL= $25 w/ free shipping

3. ZeroLemon Multicolored Smart Bulb Works With Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant
* Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074Z49ZQX
* Remotely control your light bulb. Allows voice control for color changing and brightness via their App, Echo and Google Assistant.
* $18.95 - 26% off w/ code M2RD3XYT = $14 w/ free shipping


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Really nice deal, isn't it?
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Do these smart bulbs work like Hue bulbs? Do they need a hub to work?
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M2RD3XYT code not working on power strip. Is that the right code?
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Do these smart bulbs work like Hue bulbs? Do they need a hub to work?
No, it doesn't need a hub or controller. Just screw in the bulb.
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Do these smart bulbs work like Hue bulbs? Do they need a hub to work?
Reading the description these appear to work like LIFX bulbs, where the bulb connects directly to your router, no hub needed. One recommendation I would make is to assign the bulb a static ip once connected.
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looks good. does this work with just smartthings hub?
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Reading the description these appear to work like LIFX bulbs, where the bulb connects directly to your router, no hub needed. One recommendation I would make is to assign the bulb a static ip once connected.
Static Ip is gonna cost me an extra $15 a month, why do I need it?
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M2RD3XYT code not working on power strip. Is that the right code
I guess it should be XBMYW4ZL.
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Static Ip is gonna cost me an extra $15 a month, why do I need it?
You should be able to assign ip to device via your router.
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You should be able to assign ip to device via your router.
Will check it out again, last time i looked in to Static IP, Optimum said I would have to pay $15 monthly for it.
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Will check it out again, last time i looked in to Static IP, Optimum said I would have to pay $15 monthly for it.
Assign the bulb a static ip in your router. Don't need one for your provider connection.

Here you go https://www.howtogeek.com/184310/...my-router/
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Will check it out again, last time i looked in to Static IP, Optimum said I would have to pay $15 monthly for it.
​That charge is for getting a Static IP on your router's WAN address -- the external address, you DO NOT NEED THAT. What you need is to statically assign the bulb on the INTERNA Network of your home/wifi or what we call LAN. Static assign or known as DHCP reservation needs to be done once the bulb connects your INTERNAL WIFI router. No need to get ISP to do anything or buy extra services from them Smilie
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​That charge is for getting a Static IP on your router's WAN address -- the external address, you DO NOT NEED THAT. What you need is to statically assign the bulb on the INTERNA Network of your home/wifi or what we call LAN. Static assign or known as DHCP reservation needs to be done once the bulb connects your INTERNAL WIFI router. No need to get ISP to do anything or buy extra services from them https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
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