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Sengled Element Classic BR30 Smart Home LED Floodlight Bulb EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has Sengled Element Classic BR30 Smart Home LED Floodlight Bulb on sale for $14.33 - Extra $7.17 off w/ promo code 50SENGLED (apply at checkout) = $7.16. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $25 or more. Thanks DoesItIncludeHDMI

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Amazon has a Sengled's brand Smart LED light bulb (with mobile phone app and voicefunctionality) for $7.17 with manufacturer coupon "50SENGLED" includes 3 year warrenty.

(Note: Samsung Smarthings, Wink or other Smart home hubs required for feature use on smart bulbs)

Dim settings, 9 watt power saver, 650 lumen in brightness, soft white color. *compatible with Amazon Echo or Alexa*
Good reviews and priced near regular LED bulbs this is a great deal if you already have or plan on a smart home hub setup.

Free shipping eligible and with Prime as well. Discount Ends December 25th

https://www.amazon.com/gp/mpc/A1DDFJ1WI6KEWG

Back up link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0719RXRBZ
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Last Edited by ActorMikeBiddle December 22, 2017 at 06:15 AM
Will this work with Google Home?
Answer- https://support.sengled.com/hc/en...oogle-Home

I am too lazy to read the product description, what does this bulb do?
Answer- https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...p_vse_rvc0

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So there are a couple things I find them useful for. We use them in lighting fixtures (as opposed to lamps with cords where you could use smart plugs) to enable things like timing control. Have them in the front & back porch fixtures so we can have it turn on/off at specific times and also when we return home if it is after the time set for the schedule. In bedrooms, they can be used on corded lamps but have the added benefit of dimming; say, dim down while going to sleep or dim up to wake up to if you don't want harsh light in the morning. Can also have them fade up/down for waking up/going to sleep if you'd find those things useful for reinforcing your sleep cycle. It is somewhat useful for me given I have sleep issues, so I tend to try to block natural light in case I've been hit with a bout of insomnia. At least I have some light to fake a sunrise this way.

Obviously, yea, if you end up using the wall switches to turn them off instead of letting the timers do their thing or using a nearby voice assistant it simply becomes an expensive dumb-bulb. Smart switches can be useful, but I haven't bothered thanks to most of our switches being multi-switch plates making adding single smart-switches harder. But also, bulbs are easier & I'm happier not digging into the electrical lol. But once you get things set up how you like, you can end up not even thinking about needing to touch the switch. It's not a huge QoL improvement, but it is a nicety when you are kitting your home out with smart things :-)
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anyone know if these work with veraplus?
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Any luck with this code on other sengled products?
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Ok to use outside?
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Any luck with this code on other sengled products?
I only got it to work the OPs bulb but it only works for one bulb when I add 6 to cart. Pack of 4 and 8 offer a 30% coupon but code fails.
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Ok to use outside?
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anyone know if these work with veraplus?
Should be good if it has Zigbee.
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Looks like only one time use. Didn't try more than one in cart though, and also didn't work for me on the 4 or 8 pack.
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I'm curious, in what ways do people find smart bulbs useful? Just seems like as soon as someone flips the switch, they're no longer smart/useful. I'm trying to favor smart switches, myself. Thoughts? Or even if someone wants to send me to a more appropriate thread, that'd be great.
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I'm curious, in what ways do people find smart bulbs useful? Just seems like as soon as someone flips the switch, they're no longer smart/useful. I'm trying to favor smart switches, myself. Thoughts? Or even if someone wants to send me to a more appropriate thread, that'd be great.
I have the same question. Do we need to put a tape to the switch to avoid powering down?
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I have the same question. Do we need to put a tape to the switch to avoid powering down?
You do that and unless you live alone or with a bunch of people who are into smart home stuff too people will get pissed.
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OP should change the title to "ONE ONLY". I tried more than one and also two separate order. No joys. Just one order per account. No more than that.
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