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Sengled Element Smart Light Starter Kit w/ Hub + 2-Pk Smart Bulbs EXPIRED

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Amazon has Sengled Element Smart Light Bulb Starter Kit (E21-G14W) on sale for $39.99 - $16 w/ promotion code 40ELEMENTKIT = $23.99. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders. Thanks mfour

Note, you may also find a spare bulb on sale for $6.99 via another current Front Page deal

Features:
  • Element Smart Hub 
  • 2x Element Classic Dimmable LED Smart Bulbs
    • Soft White (2700K) color temp
    • 9.8W 800 Lumen
  • Compatible w/ Amazon Alexa / Echo, Google Assistant / Home, Wink and Samsung SmartThings
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WiFi hub/controller + 2 light bulbs, expandable to 60+
3 year warranty
Compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant

Not an expert in this but seems like a good deal. The Amazon base price is a bit lower than elsewhere as far as I can tell, and it's further lowered by the coupon.

$40 with 40% off = $24 with coupon code 40ELEMENTKIT (applies automatically for me)
Free shipping even though it's below $25?

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N2TVDYQ/

Bulb specs:
2700K / Soft White
9W, 800 lm
A19 shape
Dimmable via the iOS/Android app (not classic dimmers)

Kit model: E21-G14W

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Still debating if I want to pay more than $20 for my laziness to turn off light
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I agree that when only used with voice commands they don't add a ton of convenience, but when you start automating them to turn on at dusk or when you enter a room then they become worth it. I have lights in my kitchen set to turn on for 5 minutes when the garage door opens so that I never walk in to a dark house.
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Still debating if I want to pay more than $20 for my laziness to turn off light
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Dimmability is also nice, though I'm not sure how it works. PWM?
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what would be the cost of 2 bulbs? and then we can decide what we spend on controller is worth.
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what would be the cost of 2 bulbs? and then we can decide what we spend on controller is worth.
They usually cost $10 each.
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They usually cost $10 each.
The individual bulbs are on sale for $6.99 https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/10969999
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Can these be triggered via a smart motion detector ?
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Can these be triggered via a smart motion detector ?
Yes. Sengled bulbs are zigbee based and I'm using Smartthings hub (instead of the Sengled hub) to control them. I have motion detection and door/window sensor detection to turn them on. Works fine
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Thinking about this versus buying a better (Philips?) hub and getting in on the $7 Sengled bulbs. Thoughts?
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The individual bulbs are on sale for $6.99 https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/10969999
That price is good for 1 bulb with a code. It's not a sale on more than 1.
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Still debating if I want to pay more than $20 for my laziness to turn off light
i think it is more of a pain to have to announce or get on your cell every time you want a light on or off...i know you can still use the switch (and have to remember if you left the switch on or off), or buy a smart switch, but that is getting ridiculous just for clapper 2.0 technology

clap on, clap off...the clapper
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i think it is more of a pain to have to announce or get on your cell every time you want a light on or off...i know you can still use the switch (and have to remember if you left the switch on or off), or buy a smart switch, but that is getting ridiculous just for clapper 2.0 technology

clap on, clap off...the clapper
I agree that when only used with voice commands they don't add a ton of convenience, but when you start automating them to turn on at dusk or when you enter a room then they become worth it. I have lights in my kitchen set to turn on for 5 minutes when the garage door opens so that I never walk in to a dark house.
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i think it is more of a pain to have to announce or get on your cell every time you want a light on or off...i know you can still use the switch (and have to remember if you left the switch on or off), or buy a smart switch, but that is getting ridiculous just for clapper 2.0 technology

clap on, clap off...the clapper
Clapper can't automate. The idea of automation is you set things via a schedule, when something triggers it, etc. I don't see how announcing or using a device to turn on or off is more painful than having to get up and turn on/off a switch. You basically have a remote in your hand.

If a switch is physically off, the app will tell you it's been disconnected. I doubted home automation for years but now it's so easy to setup and use and cheaper than ever.
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How does the Element Hub (Zigbee HA 1.2 protocol) compare to the SmartThings Hub on sale everywhere for $50?
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