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Sengled Smart LED Multicolor A19 Starter Kit (4-Pack) EXPIRED

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Best Buy via eBay has Sengled Smart LED Multicolor A19 Starter Kit (4-Pack) on sale for $64.99. Shipping is free. Thanks GrantCalibre

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Best Buy also has Sengled Smart LED Multicolor A19 Starter Kit (4-Pack) on sale for $64.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where available.
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  • Get started by connecting the included Sengled Smart Hub to a 2.4 GHz wi-fi network and pair the bulbs directly to the compatible hub. Turn the lights on and off, dim and brighten, and more. Use the Sengled Home app (iOS/Android) when connected to a Sengled Smart Hub. Dimming supported via Sengled Home app and compatible devices only.
  • 253 reviews on BestBuy.com give this starter kit a 4.4 out of 5 star overall rating. -Corwin

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This is marked down from $120 to $65.

One bulb is at $21.24 each so this is a great deal for 4. Been eyeing these for a while wanting to expand my home smart lighting.

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If you don't care about smarthings, look into the Costco WiFi bulbs for $7.50 each. I bought 10 of them and have no regrets.
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If you don't care about smarthings, look into the Costco WiFi bulbs for $7.50 each. I bought 10 of them and have no regrets.
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I have tried several name brand ones but their SW sucked. this one has worked the best for us.
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This is $5 cheaper than it was on Black Friday.
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Nice. I added in the combo with the light strip [bestbuy.com] for another $25. Should apparently be delievered by tomorrow too, which is super fast. Thanks + repped.
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These things are awesome. I use them with my Samsung smart hub and they've been flawless.
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Apple HomeKit?
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These work with Alexa. I haven't played too much with mine yet, but you can sometimes get them cheaper on Amazon open-box. I bought some new ones last Prime day and some open-box. All work great. But I've been replacing the chandeliers with built-in LEDs and now I don't really have a use for these. I'll probably try to sell them on CL or something.
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How does this compare with hue?
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If you're looking to shorten these, the cut off part no longer becomes usable.
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If you don't care about smarthings, look into the Costco WiFi bulbs for $7.50 each. I bought 10 of them and have no regrets.
Do they do color change like these? How many lumens?
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How does this compare with hue?
The app is brutal in comparison, but if you want to simply turn them on, add to group, and change the dimming, they are great for the value. I'm in deep with Hue so these weren't for me.

However, I ended up with 3 of the white ones from a Best Buy in some add on from SD and gave them to my girlfriend. It's almost frustrating how well they work with Alexa at a huge fraction of the cost. At this point, she controls them all through voice or Alexa app so she has zero complaints. Hope this helps.
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How are these compared to yerlight or lifx?
Is the brightness of the colors on the same level?
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