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MOCREO [amazon.com]: RGB LED Smart Bulb, WiFi Light Bulb, Multicolor, Dimmable, No Hub Required, 45W Equivalent, Works with Amazon Alexa Echo and Google Home Assistant, CE/FCC/UL Listed

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Reviews say the bulb is not that bright... Just FYI
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Can you get more than one?
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One review says "Anyone who knows security knows requiring the light bulb to connect to a remote server every time you turn it on and off with voice is a bad idea."
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Reviews say the bulb is not that bright... Just FYI
Yup, 4.5 watts, totally agreed, that's pretty awful
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These are 45W equivalent, so you have to set your expectations accordingly. You can get multiple with the discount, but the coupon can only be used on 1 order. I picked up 2 to use in a couple ambiance wall lights on either side of my TV. Only 20 reviews on Amazon so far, but for the price I'm taking the risk and getting my first set of smart bulbs. Thanks MarthF271!
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I threw 5 in my cart and it came out to $69.99.....not a bad price. Just not bright enough for my needs.
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With most 60 watt-equivalent LED's being 9 watts I would expect nothing more than a 30 watt-equivalent lumen output. Considering for moody showers and baths...
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Not the brightest bulb in the room.
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Who would buy a bulb that doesn't even list the lumen rating? That's the important spec for determining brightness. Not wattage or equivalent wattage. When you want to know the engine power of a car, you don't look at the MPG.
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How many slickdealers does it take to determine if it's a bright bulb?
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Thanks! In for 1. Not too concerned with the brightness, it's cheap and it'll be great to add some color ambience to my room
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Gonna try this
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What about this one instead? It is the same price and is 7W vs 4.5W.
https://smile.amazon.com/Blinngo-...B078XRVHS4

Unlike OP, I am not a Chinese seller trying to peddle my goods with multiple shill accounts giving TU.
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Not trying to thread crap, as this light might very well be useful for a lot of people. However, here is my two cents...

I got into the smart home game last fall when many of the EcoPlug wall outlets were under $10. I picked up five of them thinking that was enough. As I have used them, I find myself wanting more. But Ecoplugs (or others that use that app) are no longer cheap. But there are many that use the SmartLife app which ARE cheap and can be found for about 2 for $20 on a deal.

I also wanted a smart bulb that did not require a hub. In searching, there are many smart bulbs out there that also use the SmartLife app.

I guess my point is maybe consider what app a product uses. For me, it was worth it to spend $2 more for a bulb that uses an app I will likely use for other things in the future.
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