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Sengled Element Classic A19 Smart Home LED Starter Kit, Compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant (2 Pack) $27.99 on Amazon

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Amazon has Sengled Element Classic A19 Smart Home LED Starter Kit, Compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant (2 Pack) on sale for $27.99 after promo code 30EA19KN. Shipping is free with Amazon Prime.

The promo code puts this price under the CamelCamelCamel lowest price of $34.99 by a good bit and the reviews for the bulb look pretty good.


Product Link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...0DER&psc=1

Promo Code Link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/mpc/A3U0IX04J7XZ46

Information about the bulb:
  • Light Your Whole Home - Each Element Smart Bulb Kit includes two dimmable A19 smart bulbs and one control hub, the Element hub is powerful enough to support up to 60 bulbs seamlessly via Zigbee connection.
  • Smart Home Integration - The Sengled Smart Lighting Starter Kit works perfectly with Alexa and Google Assistant through voice control. Just give your command, control your home lights without lifting a finger!
  • App Controlled Lights - Use our Element Home iOS or Android App to turn on/off, dim the light, set schedules and monitor electricity consumption on your mobile device or tablet from anywhere.
  • Energy&Money Saving - Sengled smart home light bulbs use 80% less energy than incandescent 60W bulbs and are Energy Star certified. The Most Economical Lighting Choice Ever!
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Just received and installed this kit last week and I'm impressed with it. Both bulbs are automatically paired with the hub, just needed to download the app and sync with my home WiFi. Setup was easy with Google Home and you can rename the bulbs. I use 1 outside on my back patio and it provides excellent lighting. I use the app to turn on the patio bulb at night when I'm out of town. The other bulb I use upstairs. I was worried about signal strength because it's farther from the hub but so far it hasn't been an issue. These kit has exceeded my expectations and plan to install more for my front porch and other areas of the house
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Just received and installed this kit last week and I'm impressed with it. Both bulbs are automatically paired with the hub, just needed to download the app and sync with my home WiFi. Setup was easy with Google Home and you can rename the bulbs. I use 1 outside on my back patio and it provides excellent lighting. I use the app to turn on the patio bulb at night when I'm out of town. The other bulb I use upstairs. I was worried about signal strength because it's farther from the hub but so far it hasn't been an issue. These kit has exceeded my expectations and plan to install more for my front porch and other areas of the house
Yea I have the better bulb kit on the way that does the brighter white and can change warmth of light and wondered if this brand had good signal about how far from the hub is your light bulb? I will be adding more bulbs once I know how far the hub reaches
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Yea I have the better bulb kit on the way that does the brighter white and can change warmth of light and wondered if this brand had good signal about how far from the hub is your light bulb? I will be adding more bulbs once I know how far the hub reaches
I think it has more to do with your internet coverage than how far the hub is. I have my hub connected to an Ethernet switch and plugged into an outlet behind my desk. I have the same kit as you and set it up on Monday, I've had no issues so far but have good wifi coverage throughout my house. I ordered 4 more regular bulbs from the Amazon lightening deal yesterday.

I do wish the bulbs were brighter but they are 60w equivalent so I knew what I was getting. Using it through Google Home Mini.
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I think it has more to do with your internet coverage than how far the hub is. I have my hub connected to an Ethernet switch and plugged into an outlet behind my desk. I have the same kit as you and set it up on Monday, I've had no issues so far but have good wifi coverage throughout my house. I ordered 4 more regular bulbs from the Amazon lightening deal yesterday.

I do wish the bulbs were brighter but they are 60w equivalent so I knew what I was getting. Using it through Google Home Mini.
Sengled bulbs are ZigBee, not wifi. They also don't act as ZigBee repeaters and I haven't found a compatible repeater unless you use a different hub, like Smartthings.
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Sengled bulbs are ZigBee, not wifi. They also don't act as ZigBee repeaters and I haven't found a compatible repeater unless you use a different hub, like Smartthings.
I know nothing about ZigBee outside of the paragraph I just read but my hub is more than 50' away from my furthest bulb, 40' from the closest, around a corner and through a door. What I read said ZigBee was mesh technology so maybe just one needs to be relatively close. Looks like I have some reading to do. Thanks for the heads up.
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i think this is a better deal for $31

Sengled Element Plus A19 Smart Home LED Starter Kit, 2700K - 6500K Color Temperature, Compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant(2 Pack)


40% code still active, just ordered
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I know nothing about ZigBee outside of the paragraph I just read but my hub is more than 50' away from my furthest bulb, 40' from the closest, around a corner and through a door. What I read said ZigBee was mesh technology so maybe just one needs to be relatively close. Looks like I have some reading to do. Thanks for the heads up.
Zigbee and Zwave are wireless protocols specifically for connected devices like these. They don't talk directly to your wireless router but instead to the hub. (To confuse things further there are wifi bulbs and outlets) and you are correct. These protocols use a mesh networking approach
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I know nothing about ZigBee outside of the paragraph I just read but my hub is more than 50' away from my furthest bulb, 40' from the closest, around a corner and through a door. What I read said ZigBee was mesh technology so maybe just one needs to be relatively close. Looks like I have some reading to do. Thanks for the heads up.
It is a mesh, but only if particular device supports it. Not the case here, but say you pair the bulb directly to SmartThings and there is a Zigbee device with repeater functionality in the middle then the bulb will connect to that device. But overall range is not worse on those compared to the big names out there. Sengled bulbs are great value. I have them throughout the house alongside Hue and Osram and I am most happy with Sengled when it comes to response time and stable connection.
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Good deal. I have he bulbs and use them with SmartThings hub I don't have the sengled hub. I can't add the bulbs to the native app only thru smartthings... is that because I don't have the sengled hub?
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wonder if these bulbs work with the hub for the https://www.amazon.com/Sengled-El...f=ast_p_ep that I have ordered? The hub looks different on both the sets
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Good deal. I have he bulbs and use them with SmartThings hub I don't have the sengled hub. I can't add the bulbs to the native app only thru smartthings... is that because I don't have the sengled hub?
You are correct.
The app from sengled is only necessary if you are using the sengled hub. You scan the QR code on each bulb.
If pairing directly with SmartThings (ST) hub, you don't need to use the sengled app. You only need to find the bulbs and name them within the ST app.
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wonder if these bulbs work with the hub for the https://www.amazon.com/Sengled-El...f=ast_p_ep that I have ordered? The hub looks different on both the sets
I just asked a similar question on the other thread. It looks like all the Sengled hubs are compatible with all the Sengled bulbs, but it's unclear to me if the hubs have different features, or just look different.
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I just asked a similar question on the other thread. It looks like all the Sengled hubs are compatible with all the Sengled bulbs, but it's unclear to me if the hubs have different features, or just look different.
Hubs are the same functionally, one is a newer form factor. I know because I called Sengled on this after my kit arrived.
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Hubs are the same functionally, one is a newer form factor. I know because I called Sengled on this after my kit arrived.
The newer one is the rectangular form factor, correct?
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