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Works with Alexa: ZeroLemon Wifi Smart Light Bulb works with Amazon Alexa, Echo Dot and Google Assistant to allow individual voice control, enables you to control the smart light bulb via your smart phone or tablet.
Smart Remote Control: Remotely control your light bulb anytime via free App wherever you are. Just download the free APP and you can start to control the smart light via your Smart Phone or Tablet. No hub required.
Timing schedule: ZeroLemon Wifi Smart Light Bulb support timer scheduling ,easily automate the light to turn on or turn off. You can also customize your own personal scenes in need,like setting your light to turn on before you come back home.
Multicolored Smart Bulb: Personalize your light through a color palette of over 16 million hues of color to control its brightness and tones. You can control any color from dark to bright . You can also choose color modes for different scenes, such as reading mode, party mode etc.
What You Get: 1 X ZeroLemon Wifi Smart Light Bulb. 1 x Instruction Manual. 1 x ZeroLemon Warranty Card.12 months ZeroLemon Guarantee Warranty with Amazon 30 days Full Refund Guarantee; 24 hours / 7 days a week support.
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Need to select & redeem coupon on the item page to get 26% off. It works for me. Thanks
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Don't see coupon...
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I had to click special offers, then it showed a promo code M2RD3XYT thanks
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Scroll down it will have a pulldown menu that reads "Special offers for this item." Click on that it provides a coupon code. For me it was M2RD3XYT
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Don't see coupon...
It's on there, it's a tab that says coupons or promotions. Open it up then copy and paste the code at checkout! Just ordered 5
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Any way to get these connected to SmartThings? I didnt see any posts about them on the SmartThings community.
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Just so you know these are 600 lumens and not very bright, that's why the price.
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Do I need anything apart from Alexa and this bulb to make this smart thing work?
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Dont buy thing with not hub required or smart wifi if you are serious about the home automation. You will end up with bunch of apps in your phone for each brand and manage them all in wifi is a pain. Buy the zigbee or zwave verson and control all of them though a hub and one app only (highly recommened smartthings)
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In for one as a first go with WiFi bulbs. Shame about it only being a 40w equivalent, but I figured it's worth playing with at this price. Thanks OP.
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Is anyone else worried about connecting a random chinese product to your wifi? >.>
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Dont buy thing with not hub required or smart wifi if you are serious about the home automation. You will end up with bunch of apps in your phone for each brand and manage them all in wifi is a pain. Buy the zigbee or zwave verson and control all of them though a hub and one app only (highly recommened smartthings)
indeed on my experiences

Wink was my first rough road , wink was not reliable and reponse time for the cloud is unreliable. I modded to run mqtt and using zigbee GE bulbs (6 total), and did crosscompilation from someone guidance from reddit.
Basically, I learned MQTT due on wink fiasco Stick Out Tongue, good riddance on learning mqtt fastBig Grin

not wast not long time:
I started with wemo light switch (wifi) and moved fast to alexa since can control wemo with UPNP only Not adding skill with credential username/password.
got a deal for Hue 2nd gen, yeah can be controlled via UPNP too!!

bought many eco plug clearance from homdepot ( esp8266), I converted by flashin my on firmware to "fauxwemo" that can be controlled via alexa.

Now:
adding home asssitant with zigbe/zwave usb dongle.
I move all zigbee bulb to hue since GE bulb can be paired to hue very easily. and was cheap. $10 during clearance too..
Just added 3 weeks ago: 4Xzigbee binary sensor to home assistant since hue does not support zigbee binary sensors

in the long run, I will stick with zigbee and zwave,
zigbee implementation is open , this is making all zigbee devices not standard, but... some devices is common standard,
zwave is 100% standard, this means all zwave devices can work without issue.

if I were bought zigbee/zwave hub, ST was my first choice.
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Is anyone else worried about connecting a random chinese product to your wifi? >.>
in my world ( on any products):

I am worry providing "vulnerability" backdoor to my local network since all devices and servers are connected.

some are not worry as long as cheap product Big Grin and works as expected,

if I have too!, I create virtual network that separates from my real network, soho smart manage switch is not expensive on today's world.
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Can this be used outdoors?
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