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Sengled Element Classic 60W Equivalent Soft White A19 Dimmable LED Light Bulb, White (30% off) $27.99

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In Amazon, Sengled Smart LED Bulb A19 Starter Kit (2 Bulbs + Hub) is available with 30% OFF at $27.99.

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Does these tells how much energy you have used?
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I boughtt this a few weeks ago and the hub will not connect at all! The phone support is the worst too!
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I boughtt this a few weeks ago and the hub will not connect at all! The phone support is the worst too!
The hub does 't connect to the wireless or doesn't pair with the light bulbs? Did you reset the light bulbs?
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Does these tells how much energy you have used?
As per spec, looks like, It is 9W bulb. but, how someone can find that energy exactly you have used?
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These work like a charm with Smartthings even without the hub. Waiting for deals on daylight bulbs
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As per spec, looks like, It is 9W bulb. but, how someone can find that energy exactly you have used?
Usually the bulb has some kind of built energy monitor. I see from pictures that it has energy monitoring but not listed on the specs. Maybe I missed it.
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These work like a charm with Smartthings even without the hub. Waiting for deals on daylight bulbs
Wait, so you don't need the hub at all? I can just use these through the Smart Things app and my Google Home alone?
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I boughtt this a few weeks ago and the hub will not connect at all! The phone support is the worst too!
I had a similar issue. If you try multiple times you may be able to connect. But it was still not reliable. I'm going to return it.
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Wait, so you don't need the hub at all? I can just use these through the Smart Things app and my Google Home alone?
If you mean that you don't need the Sengled hub to use the bulbs, yes you are correct. You can directly pair the bulbs to the Smartthings hub. The bulbs use Zigbee protocol and the reason you can directly work with them with the Smartthings hub/app.

Which leads to the suggestion to buy just the bulbs and not this bundled deal if you already have something like a Smartthings system. Sengled has had many deals where they just sell the bulbs at much cheaper per bulb cost than this deal.
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Thank you very much. That's exactly what I'm gonna do now!
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I boughtt this a few weeks ago and the hub will not connect at all! The phone support is the worst too!
Did you follow the instructions on the app or on their website? I connected mine to my router using WPS. First press the WPS button on the Sengled hub. Then press the WPS button on your router right after and just wait for the two to connect. Then set up the Sengled app and Google Home and it was done. Been very impressed with this brand especially it's cheaper than most.
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Wait, so you don't need the hub at all? I can just use these through the Smart Things app and my Google Home alone?
You don't need a Sengled hub if you already have Samsung Smarthings hub. But you need either of the hubs in order for the bulbs to work with Google Home.
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Correction for me..I meant the Smart Life app.
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Did you follow the instructions on the app or on their website? I connected mine to my router using WPS. First press the WPS button on the Sengled hub. Then press the WPS button on your router right after and just wait for the two to connect. Then set up the Sengled app and Google Home and it was done. Been very impressed with this brand especially it's cheaper than most.
Of Course I followed Instruction....Not my 1st Rodeo! I Setup,Maintain Networks For A Living. I have read others having the same issue's. Time to send this Junk Back!
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