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Hykolity via Amazon [amazon.com] has 4 Pack 9W 800lm Dusk to Dawn A19 LED Light Bulb, 60 Watt Equivalent from $10.49 + Free Shipping w/ Amazon Prime. Expired

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Probably the part where only 3000 and 5000 are available, what part of 4000 do you not comprehend?
I wish they had 4000k ones available in dusk dawn... I feel the 3000k is too yellow and the 5000k is too white.

I currently use some LIFX bulbs set on schedule at 4000k temp and they look great.. but only when they feel like connecting to the WIFI, otherwise one may not turn off/on etc and it's annoying...
this is intended to go outside. you leave the light switch on 24/7, but the light itself will turn on during the night time when the sensor notices the sun has gone down. I suppose you could technically use it indoors, just cover the little black square (the sensor) with a piece of electric tape or something so it always thinks it's dark. However what you really need is just a regular LED light bulb.

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I wish they had 4000k ones available in dusk dawn... I feel the 3000k is too yellow and the 5000k is too white.

I currently use some LIFX bulbs set on schedule at 4000k temp and they look great.. but only when they feel like connecting to the WIFI, otherwise one may not turn off/on etc and it's annoying...
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Can anyone comment on the reliability of the sensor on these?

Seems like a common issue with some of the non Philips dusk/dawn are that they stay on?
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what part of dusk dawn you can't comprehend?
Probably the part where only 3000 and 5000 are available, what part of 4000 do you not comprehend?
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With the price of smart switches down so much, seems like the better option and you can use whichever bulb you want.
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Can anyone comment on the reliability of the sensor on these?

Seems like a common issue with some of the non Philips dusk/dawn are that they stay on?
Just installed this a few days ago, sensor is functioning as expected
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Can anyone comment on the reliability of the sensor on these?

Seems like a common issue with some of the non Philips dusk/dawn are that they stay on?
Just bought this pack of bulbs a few days ago and they didn't work, stay on all the time... Won't recommend, some reviews on Amazon state the same issue.
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I bought similar ones (maybe the same) for $8.99 after coupon at the end of April and they work fine
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Probably the part where only 3000 and 5000 are available, what part of 4000 do you not comprehend?
Got a sensible chuckle from me...

I like the 4k for outside, too, for the same reason.
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So to clarify, if I put these in the bathroom they stay on basically dusk to dawn? I need to replace all the bulbs in our house with efficient ones. Any recommendations? They'd be for living room area's and 4 bathrooms. Thanks and I'll rep you for the help...
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So do you have to keep the light switch always on?
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I wish they had 4000k ones available in dusk dawn... I feel the 3000k is too yellow and the 5000k is too white.

I currently use some LIFX bulbs set on schedule at 4000k temp and they look great.. but only when they feel like connecting to the WIFI, otherwise one may not turn off/on etc and it's annoying...
4000k may be too white. Try out 3500k first. I agree that 3000 is too yellow, and 5000 is too damn white.
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