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Franko Lighting via Amazon has Sylvania SMART+ Outdoor Accent RGB Zigbee Compatible Lighting Kit (75541) on sale for $24 -> $23.80 -> $19.04 when you 'clip' the 20% off coupon on the product page -> now $21. Shipping is free. Thanks maingey

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Outdoor garden lights with the controller

A compatible zigbee hub, such as SmartThings (device handler required) or Amazon Echo Plus is required to control your accent light starter kit with these expansion lights.
Wet-rated for outdoor use. Starter kit containspower supply, control module, and 9 accent lights for up to 14 feet of total coverage.
Choose from over 16 million available colors to decorate your outdoor space. Create a colorful light scene for holidays and parties, dim the lights, or shut them on and off right from your smartphone.
Use the stakes for mounting in areas such as garden beds, walkways, and driveways. Alternately, you can remove the stakes and use the adhesive mounting tape attached to each light to hang or stick to other areas.
Expand your accent lights with expansion kits, sold separately. Maximum suggested length is 28 total feet (3 expansion kits).





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RGB only and not RGBW so won't work well if you need white
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I have the previous named Gardenspots and there is a lot of color variance from bulb to bulb in these, but if you're like me you'll enjoy the mottling effect.

You don't need the Sylvania hub and they integrate well with SmartThings.

If you're interested in reading further reviews, below is a link to the previous generation. 44% 5-star but the rest are evenly spread 1-4. Many people posted issues about burned out power supplies, buyers should go in expecting less than stellar reliability. Personally, I'd be one of the 5 star reviews, I am in for 3 more.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00R1PB2ZY/
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I have them and they do "whites" just fine! Although I get what you're saying it's a little overboard to care in this context. We aren't talking bias tv lighting. Looks great. Disconnects occasionally and randomly turns pink at times though. They look really nice otherwise. I have no issues changing with echo devices personally and the white comes out closer through alexa app than I can get it with rgb wheel. I suggest 50% brightness if you're not happy with color.
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Are these basically the rebranded gardenspots?
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Are these basically the rebranded gardenspots?
Yes, the gardenspots were under the old Sylvania Lightify name, these are now under the new Sylvania Smart+ name. Same identical product, new packaging.
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Yes, the gardenspots were under the old Sylvania Lightify name, these are now under the new Sylvania Smart+ name. Same identical product, new packaging.
Great price then. Can do my whole garden at this price
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RGB only and not RGBW so won't work well if you need white
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At this price, it is more economical to get a second "starter kit", and use the 9 bulb 14-foot strip from the second kit to expand the first to its maximum 18 bulb 28-foot capability. Cheaper than buying 3 "expansion kits".
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That $19.99 price also has $5.95 shipping price not included in the lowest price shown. Thats why the $24.00 with free shipping is the better deal.
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I have the previous named Gardenspots and there is a lot of color variance from bulb to bulb in these, but if you're like me you'll enjoy the mottling effect.

You don't need the Sylvania hub and they integrate well with SmartThings.

If you're interested in reading further reviews, below is a link to the previous generation. 44% 5-star but the rest are evenly spread 1-4. Many people posted issues about burned out power supplies, buyers should go in expecting less than stellar reliability. Personally, I'd be one of the 5 star reviews, I am in for 3 more.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00R1PB2ZY/
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RGB only and not RGBW so won't work well if you need white
This is technically true but you can 'lighten' the color to the point it's close enough. I don't think most people buying this will want white anyways.
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RGB only and not RGBW so won't work well if you need white
I have them and they do "whites" just fine! Although I get what you're saying it's a little overboard to care in this context. We aren't talking bias tv lighting. Looks great. Disconnects occasionally and randomly turns pink at times though. They look really nice otherwise. I have no issues changing with echo devices personally and the white comes out closer through alexa app than I can get it with rgb wheel. I suggest 50% brightness if you're not happy with color.
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I have these and I'm getting ready to replace them with standard RGBW LEDs and a smart controller. When I use Alexa/Google Assistant to change colors of lights these lights are so off the base color they're meant to show it's frustrating. White is Purple, purple is pink, red is orange, etc...
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These lights are pretty good for the price and work well with SmartThings. One note, they no longer seem to support the fancy light shows that the OSRAM hub used to provide. The older kits still work.

They also don't appear to be getting firmware updates like the older ones did.

They don't do white, they come pretty close and if they reflect off a wall, there's a slight rainbow effect. Personally, I like the look.

At $24, these are a steal.

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Work with google assistant?
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RGB only and not RGBW so won't work well if you need white
For outdoor, RGB is good enough to produce white, unless you need color accuracy for your garden
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