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Sengled Smart LED 100W Equivalent Soft White 2700K A19 Bulb, Hub Required, Works with Alexa, Google Assistant & SmartThings, 1 Pack $14.14

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Sengled 100W Equivalent Smart Bulb for $15.71 minus a 10% off on-page coupon = $14.14

$15.71 is the lowest price ever according to CCC (list price of 24.99, but has been hovering around 19.99), then you add the coupon and it's an even better deal

Sengled LEDs have been solid for me and this is great if you need a 100W equivalent smart bulb. They were the first to have a 100W smart bulb and may still be the only ones

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These work well with Smartthings but are not Zigbee repeaters. They're fairly bright but a bit weird with the heat exhaust placement.
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Their 60 watt bulbs are great. I have one outside my house that has been there for over two years through sub-zero temps to near triple digits and has worked flawlessly. Could use a brighter one, so might bite on this.
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I've used a few older Sengled bulbs and they were OK. A few things to verify before purchasing:

1) After power is off then back on, do they go back to same state, or automatically turn on? Mine turn on, and it is really annoying.

2) That they do not repeat is a good thing. You don't want bulbs as repeaters.

3) My personal opinion .. don't use smart bulbs unless you are going for color/temp control, or you cannot practically install a smart switch (e.g. you rent, or you are not comfortable doing the work and don't want to hire someone).
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I bought a few cheap lamps at Wal-Mart and I add these bulbs (60w version) and place in different places in the house. Easy to relocate and they work perfectly.
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